Thursday, April 7, 2011

Review- Prive Concept Verte Shampoo and Conditioner Travel Kit

Concept Vert products themselves are eco-friendly. The sulfate and paraben free product is enriched with pure organic extracts including Amazon Açaí and Babassu Oil to rejuvenate the hair with antioxidants and strengtheners as it gently nourishes and cleanses. Privé's Concept Vert Shampoo and Conditioner have also undergone color testing and have proven to preserve color-treated hair up to 44% with use. Unlike many commercial hair cleansers and conditioners, these products do not contain commonly used artificial ingredients such as sulfates, gluten, phthalates, DEA, TEA, mineral oil, paraffin, PABA, paraben, or artificial coloring.Anyone that reads this blog regularly knows there is a special place in our hearts for eco-friendly products.  I, personally, also have a special love for Prive Haircare, thanks to the combination of their wonderful performance and "green"-ness.  The geniuses at Prive have  now made your travel case a little more green as they've launched- get this- travel versions of  Prive Concept Vert Shampoo and Conditioner that one fills oneself from the full sized canister. "Big whoop," you're thinking. Oh but there is whoop! Concept Vert comes in pressurized (in an Earth friendly way) containers that dispense the product as a gel (sort of like a shave gel) that expands when you rub your hands together. Another bonus, you only need to use a little to do even long hair.

With this travel set you get a full sized container of shampoo and one of conditioner as well as (2) travel sized empty containers and a tool which allows you to fill the travel sizes from the full sizes. So along with all of the benefits I've already listed, you can also carry enough shampoo and conditioner in your airline-approved quart sized bag to last you for at least a month even if you wash your hair every other day. The travel sized containers can be used again and again and when your full sizes are empty, send/bring them back to Prive Salon or their PR firm and they will use them to make new bottles. They recycle the whole bottle, so nothing goes to waste. I'm keeping the travel bottles in my shower for the sake of space, but you can bet money on the fact they'll be coming with me on many trips to come!

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