Rahua Classic Shampoo is a rich, refreshing shampoo that will leave your hair soft, silky, and luminous and your scalp soothed.
It is formulated with rare, sustainably sourced ingredients, including omega-9 rich Rahua oil. The Classic Shampoo is naturally scented with Palo Santo oil’s fresh, woodsy aroma and fits all types of hair.
Apply on thoroughly wet hair and work into a lather. Rinse and follow with Rahua Classic Conditioner.
Kelly discovered Rahua in New York City and was immediately convinced. She now qualifies Rahua’s products as must-have haircare. She likes to alternate the Classic Shampoo and Conditioner with the Voluminous ones. It is her secret to keep her hair shiny and voluminous!
Content: 275 ml.
Rahua is an American brand created by Fabian, a hairstylist, and his wife, Anna. While visiting the Amazon rainforest, Fabian met the Quechua-Shuar tribe. He discovered that the members of the tribe, who live deep within the rainforest, had relied for centuries on the Rahua oil to nourish their hair and skin. With one bottle of the precious oil, Fabian went back to New York and tried it. No more than 10 minutes later, the result was already incredible.
Rahua was born to formulate a singular line of innovative, plant-based products to heal, nourish, and beautify.
Today, more than 500 families from the Quechua-Shuar, Achuar, and neighboring tribes, work with Fabian and Anna to cultivate the rainforest grown ingredients used in the Rahua hair care and body care collections.
All Rahua products are made from organic, natural, plant-derived ingredients. They are vegan, non-toxic, and free from parabens, silicone sulfates, and gluten.
Rahua created a new category standard, Symbiotic, meaning the ingredients are grown wild in the virgin forest and hand processed through ancestral knowledge. The makers are paid an above fair-trade price, which creates a healthy self-sustained economy for Indigenous People while preserving their traditions.
As a model but also as every woman, Kelly likes taking care of her hair. While traveling to New York, she discovered Rahua, tried it, and loved it. She now wants to share it with most of you.