Finding naturally-derived beauty products once felt like searching for a needle in the haystack. Now, whether you’re looking for a shampoo, leave-in conditioner, or dry shampoo, the past few years have introduced some major game changers in clean beauty. The best part? They actually work.
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This Nature-Inspired Hair Care Line Is An Eco-Friendly Gamechanger
26 April 2019
The latest brand to jump on the green beauty bandwagon is Redken with the launch of the Nature + Science range, an environmentally conscious range of products inspired by some of the brand’s most popular lines.
Interested in learning more about Redken Nature + Science? The brand let us in on all the details about the upcoming May launch. Whether you have color-treated ash blonde hair or naturally dark brown hair, keep scrolling to find out why Nature + Science can greenify your hair care routine.
What is Redken Nature + Science?
If you’ve been searching for hair care products that combine eco-focused formulas with salon quality results, look no further than the Nature + Science range. The three shampoo and conditioner systems developed by Redken give some of the brand’s most beloved hair care ranges a green makeover. Ruth Roche, Redken master artist, says the brand developed the naturally-derived products for customers who just want to care about what goes in their hair.
Not only are the products formulated with naturally-derived ingredients, but they’re also vegan, sulfate-free, silicone-free, paraben-free, and are made with packaging that contains recylced plastic.
Redken caught wind of the trend in the wellness and self-care market, especially in the ‘clean’ category...People want to know about the products and foods they are consuming, especially the ingredients!
“Some of us think that when it comes to nature-inspired products that we have to sacrifice performance. With Redken, there is no need to compromise,” Roche says. “All of these formulas leave the hair feeling bouncy and clean to the touch while catering to specific hair needs and delivering a high-performance with naturally-derived ingredients.”
Interesting in trying Nature + Science products for yourself? Keep scrolling to find out which of the three formulas is right for you.
For Color-Treated Hair: Nature + Science Color Extend
Whether you’re a salon blonde, brunette, or redhead, your color-treated mane deserves only the best products to keep your hue looking fresh. While we love the brand’s OG Color Extend line, these are the formulas you need if you’re on an all-natural beauty kick. This shampoo and conditioner system features ginseng, phytonutrients and antioxidants to help maintain fresh, vibrant haircolor and add shine.
Redken Nature + Science Color Extend Shampoo and Conditioner, $24.00 MSRP each
For Dry Hair: Nature + Science All Soft
If your strands are going through a bit of a dry spell, begin your hair care routine with the Nature + Science All Soft Shampoo and Conditioner. Formulated with naturally-derived ingredients such as amino acids, sugars and birch sap, this system cleanses, replenishes moisture, and enhances softness for beautiful, healthy-looking hair.
Redken Nature + Science All Soft Shampoo and Conditioner, $24.00 MSRP each
For Damaged Hair: Nature + Science Extreme
Whether your mane is feeling the effects of bleach, heat styling, or way too much time in the sun, there are so many factors that can contribute to damaged hair. The good news: A shampoo and conditioner system formulated for damaged hair is the first step to bringing the look and feel of your strands back to life. The Redken Nature + Science Extreme Shampoo and Conditioner is formulated with naturally-derived lupine protein to naturally fortify strands and repair damage and distressed hair.
Redken Nature + Science Extreme Shampoo and Conditioner, $24.00 MSRP each
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