Hidden Waterfall Musk Conditioner BarViori
Viori longsheng rice water conditioner bars are handcrafted with the same rice water the red yao tribe has been naturally cultivating high upon the rice-terraced mountains of longsheng for over 2,000 years. The women of the red yao tribe have used this special longsheng rice water on their hair for centuries and in return they all have long, healthy, beautiful hair.
Viori longsheng rice water conditioner bars are sulfate-free, paraben-free, phthalates-free, ph balanced, natural, 100% vegan, plastic-free, sustainable, cruelty-free, and ethically sourced.
Scent: A musky, sweet, vanilla-scented conditioner bar reminiscent of the amber aroma found along the forested paths to hidden longsheng waterfalls.
Washes: 30-60 washes.
Benefits: Great for all hair types. Safe for use on human hair extensions and wigs. moisturizes • strengthens • rejuvenates • renews • volumizes • increases natural shine • repairs.
Ingredients: Behentrimonium Methosulfate, Cocoa Butter, Cetyl Alcohol, Longsheng Rice Water, Shea Butter, Stearic Acid, Rice Bran Oil, Hydrolyzed Rice Protein, Vitamin B8, Vitamin B5, Bamboo Extract, Broccoli Seed Oil, Aloe Vera, Vitamin E Acetate, Jojoba Oil.
- Longsheng Rice: renews, rejuvenates, repairs
- Cocoa Butter: conditions, softens, moisturizes
- Shea Butter: conditions, moisturizes
- Rice Bran Oil & Hydrolyzed Rice Protein: increases volume and shine, strengthens
- Aloe Vera: renews, rejuvenates, repairs, conditions, smooths, increases shine
- Bamboo: renews, rejuvenates, repairs, conditions, smooths, increases shine.
Made in the United States.
About the Brand:
Viori's social mission in Longsheng is to partner with the Red Yao on projects they believe will help their communities thrive. They have always been our heroes, we're here to simply play a supportive role in helping them accomplish their goals.
Viori recognizes that our existence and mission as a company are inextricably tied to the extraordinary Red Yao people, forever. They are fully committed to respecting this relationship by playing a supportive role in helping preserve this unique culture. They do this by (a) paying a fair and sustainable premium for all Longsheng rice and products we purchase from the tribe and (b) reserving a minimum of at least 5% of profits for initiatives that go directly back to Red Yao communities. Taking on such a role comes with great responsibility. It requires sensitivity, patience, curiosity, and above all, a mindset that keeps the well-being of the Red Yao people at its core.