Introducing Australia’s first ever *natural* purple shampoo and conditioner

Australia’s First Natural Purple Shampoo And Conditioner

The bottles are even 100 per cent recycled

Beauty Crew Junior Beauty Writer / July 03 2019

As any blonde knows, a really good purple shampoo and conditioner are absolute essentials in your haircare line-up to help maintain your colour and keep brassiness at bay.

And if, like many others, you’ve been trying to use more natural beauty products, we’ve got awesome news for you.

New Zealand beauty brand Glow Lab have launched Australia’s first natural purple shampoo and conditioner and it sounds pretty darn good.

Not only will the purple pigmented formula tone unwanted yellow tones from your hair, it also contains nourishing ingredients to repair strands and minimise the damage done through colouring.

“Many purple shampoo and conditioners currently available can be harsh on already-vulnerable, bleached hair, leaving it dry and brittle. Our range is enriched with the super hydrating benefits of keratin, betaine, vitamin E, and pro-vitamin B5 to leave hair healthier and stronger,” says Glow Lab’s Lead Chemist Gillian Worth.

The eco-conscious will also be excited to hear that Glow Lab’s Purple Shampoo and Conditioner bottles are made from 100 per cent recycled plastic sourced from water and juice bottles.

Plus, it’s conveniently available at Woolworths so you can pick it up when you’re doing your grocery run.

Yeah, we think we’ll be *adding that to our cart* - literally!

If you’re looking for inspo for your next salon colour appointment, check out some of our favourite blonde celebrities.

Have you tried this new natural purple shampoo and conditioner range? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

Main image credit: @rosiehw

Isobel is BEAUTYcrew’s Junior Beauty Writer. When she's not busy hunting for the latest beauty news, you’ll find her arranging her skincare collection in search of the perfect “shelfie.” Isobel was previously an intern in the beauty department at ELLE Australia.