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OB Mandarin Orange Revitalizing Shampoo

OB Mandarin Orange Revitalizing Shampoo

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What Does it do?

This luxurious shampoo combines the powers of science and nature to thoroughly clean, hydrate and refresh the scalp and hair. The formula champions Glycerin, an ingredient that The Department of Dermatology in Bulgaria found “increased hydration of the superficial skin layers”, which performs just as beautifully on the hair as it does the scalp.

  • Ultra-hydrating ingredient Glycerin can help improve the appearance of dry, dehydrated hair.
  • We’ve used Bitter Orange for a naturally fruity scent.

Treatment Type: Hair shampoo

Key Benefits: 

Glycerin is known for being an excellent humectant, meaning it retains moisture. It occurs naturally in our skin, and in cosmetics it can help to protect the moisture barrier.₁

Fatty Acids have been found to act as an emollient, helping hair to look and feel moisturised and conditioned.₂ 

Bitter Orange is used for its natural citrusy fragrance, leaving your hair smelling fresh and fruity all day.

Skin Types: 

Ideal for all hair types

Skin Concerns: 

This shampoo was made to cleanse and refresh the scalp and hair. 

How to Use:

Wet the hair and lather up for a couple of minutes, paying close attention to the scalp as opposed to the hair lengths. Rinse until the water runs clear. See the best results with our Mandarin Orange Revitalizing Conditioner.

Our Commitment: Organic & Botanic believes in the power of vegan and organic remedies to enhance your natural beauty. Our ingredients champion mother nature and sustainable resources. After using our haircare, we hope you will too.

Ingredient Benefits:

Aqua (Water)

The most common skincare ingredient of them all, water acts as a solvent for other ingredients in a skincare product. It's normally the first in an ingredients list, which means it's the main thing in the product. Water in cosmetics is purified, which makes products more stable over time.

Sodium Laureth Sulfate

Containing fatty alcohols and not to be confused with sodium lauryl sulfate, this ingredient is a mild cleansing agent.

Sodium Chloride

Used primarily as a thickening agent and also for its scrub-like texture.


Glycerin is a compound that naturally occurs in our skin. It’s a colourless, odourless liquid and is a dream skincare ingredient because it protects against irritation, strengthens the skin's moisture barrier and it's a humectant - a quality which means it retains water.

Cocamidopropyl Betaine

Used as a secondary cleansing agent and lather booster (as it's not strong enough on its own).


Polyquaterniums are mainly used in haircare formulas for their anti-static and film-forming qualities.


This preservative is your skincare's best friend. Though it's synthetic, it occurs naturally in green tea and it's a super stable and versatile ingredient compatible with many other preservatives. It's a very popular preservative in skincare because it's effective in concentrations less than 1%.

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Oil

Otherwise known as Bitter Orange extract, used for its fragrance.

Sodium Benzoate

This salt works to preserve cosmetics and food products.

C12-18 fatty acid

Used as an emollient and texture enhancer for formulations.

Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate

This is a chelating agent, meaning it keeps the ingredients bonded and helps preservatives to work more effectively.

Citric acid

This extract comes from citrus fruits. It's commonly used in small amounts to adjust the pH of products to prevent them from being too alkaline.


Limonene is present in many natural fragrance ingredients like lemons, pine and mint. It's been shown to have antioxidant benefits and calm the skin, though as with all fragrance chemicals, those with very sensitive skin should probably avoid this.


Citral is used for its fresh scent. Found in lemongrass, verbena, lemon and orange oils, it radiates a citrus perfume. It can have allergenic potential, so this ingredient is best avoided if you have super sensitive skin.


A super common fragrance ingredient, Linalool occurs in hundreds of natural oils like ylang-ylang, bergamot and jasmine, and is used for its sweet lavender, citrus scent. As with most fragrances, it can potentially irritate very sensitive skin.

Research References:

₁International Journal of Cosmetic Science, August 2016, ePublication

British Journal of Dermatology, July 2008, pages 23-34


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