It doesn’t matter how many times you explain the difference between body wash and
shampoo, they still end up getting them mixed up. Instead of their hair smelling like
sweet innocence, it smells like COOL, POWERFUL, FORCE because they used daddy’s
shower gel by accident.
There’ll be no more confusion with the Slick Kids plant-based hair and body wash.
Gentle green cleansing ingredients remove dirt and grime without stripping the
skin, and native New Zealand Kawakawa extract cleanses and detoxifies. Banana Fruit extract provides a vitamin and mineral boost for their hair and skin. A natural tropical Pineapple and Mango fragrance will make them smell like your favourite cocktail.
That can only work in their favour, right?
Instructions | Simply pump a few squirts of this fun hair and body wash into the palm of your hands, on a sponge, directly into hair or in the bath for a gorgeously scented wash.
There’s no SLS, SLES, EDTA or Parabens (almost the whole alphabet…)
🌻 gluten free (not to be served with pie, even though it smells like it should be).
🦄 Sulphate free
🙌 Cruelty free (as in no children were forced to endure embarrassment from their
parents during the making of this product). No really, our products are 100% Cruelty Free.
SLiCK KiDS™ plant-based Hair & Body Wash is a healthy multi-functional product. Gentle green cleansing ingredients remove dirt and grime without stripping the skin and native New Zealand Kawakawa extract cleanses and detoxifies. Banana Fruit extract provides a vitamin and mineral boost for your hair and skin and with a tropical Pineapple and Mango natural fragrance you will be looking and smelling squeaky clean from your head to your toes.
Ingredients | Water, Lauryl Glucoside, Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Musa Paradisiaca Fruit (Banana Fruit) Extract, Macropiper Excelsum Leaf (Kawakawa) Extract, Benzyl Alcohol, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Dehydroacetic Acid, Pineapple and Mango Natural Parfum.
MADE IN NEW ZEALAND WITH AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND NATIVE EXTRACTS