Beauty brand Natura Siberica has launched a new range of haircare products incorporating the latest on-trend ingredient, hydrolats.
Natura Siberica’s new Super Siberica certified vegan haircare line is built around organic hydrolats (or hydrosols), packed with concentrated vitamins and microelements derived from wild Siberian plants. Hydrolats are created during the distillation process of essential oil extraction, and with lower levels of active ingredients than essential oils, they are gentler, so suitable for sensitive skin.
The new range consists of shampoos and conditioners available in each of four different varieties: Super Siberica Limonnik, Ginseng & Biotin for All Hair Types; Kedr, Rose and Proteins for Weak Hair; Mint, Bereza & Retinol for Oily Hair; and Krasnika, Amaranth & Arginine for Coloured Hair.
Super Siberica Limonnik, Ginseng & Biotin Shampoo for All Hair Types is based on organic nanai limonnik hydrolate, which contains nutrients, microelements and vitamins A and E that help strengthen and nourish hair, leaving it thick and shiny. Organic ginseng extract prevents hair loss, while wild sagan dalya extract, taurine and vitamins B6 and B12 soothe the scalp and infuse hair with essential vitamins.
Kedr, Rose and Proteins Conditioner for Weak Hair is described as a luxurious conditioner, rich in organic Siberian Kedr hydrolate to nourish limp, dry hair, infusing it with moisture. Organic daurian rose extract smooths and softens hair, hydrolyzed proteins strengthen, while wild juniper extract, pro-vitamin B5 and hyaluronic acid nourish hair, adding shine and volume.
The packaging for the new range is 100% recyclable.