Glasshouse Hair, Hand & Body Wash

At Glasshouse, our core belief has always been that great looking hair can be achieved whilst nurturing its condition, with consideration for the environment. After five years at the forefront of the natural and organic hair industry, we are thrilled to be launching our first product; Glasshouse Hair, Hand & Body Wash. If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve been a part of our journey so far - we couldn’t have got here without you and we’re excited for the next step.

“I have always felt there was a gap in the market for an effective professional product that the whole household can use safely, including children. When I began working with more gentle and naturally-based hair and beauty care over 10 years ago, I was blown away by the fact that a lot of them had the secret ability to multi-task. This product is a physical display of everything I believe in, both in my business and in my personal life. It’s a dream come true to see it so close to being a reality - I can’t wait to see it out there in the world and for people to enjoy its many benefits.”

- Olivia Crighton, founder of Glasshouse Salon

A luxury, multi-use cleanser designed to be used by the whole household, Glasshouse Hair, Hand & Body Wash is an effective professional shampoo made with natural ingredients that is also a gentle hand and body wash. Specifically formulated with a pH balance to nourish the skin and hair equally, the formula is rich in Vitamin B5 and made with a 100% natural citrus and ginger scent for fresh skin, hair and hands.

In keeping with our environmental ethos, the product is also vegan, cruelty free and is made with non-GMO ingredients with a high percentage of natural and certified organic ingredients to minimise exposure to harmful substances.

We have been working with the UK’s leading manufacturer of professional organic haircare to ensure that the formula has been produced using energy-efficient and low-carbon methods, and to leave a softer environmental footprint, all components of the product are 100% recyclable. The large bottle is made from he natural bi-products of sugarcane harvesting and the pump is designed to be kept and reused with each new bottle.

Cost-effective, environmentally-conscious and high-performing, our goal is to eliminate the need for several products sitting on your bathroom shelf and replace them with one effective cleanser that everyone can use.

To see the full ingredient list you can visit our Glasshouse Goods page, or to purchase a bottle head to Glasshouse Shop.

All images by Marlen Keller.

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