lind means ‘spring’, ‘source’ or ‘fountain’ in Icelandic. Referring to the area where the herbs are picked, in the South of Iceland, the volcanic and mineral rich area around lake Laugarvatn. Laugarvatn means ‘bathing water,’ the lake has some geothermal springs under the surface, making it a popular year-round swimming spot amongst Icelanders. And næring means ‘conditioner’ in Icelandic.
About lind næring
Softens, smooths and protects hair in need of reviving. This reconstructive hair treatment infuses hair with moisture, leaving hair healthier, stronger and more manageable. lind næring contains a blend of hand-picked wild Icelandic herbs that heal and protect. These herbs come from the small village Laugarvatn in the south of Iceland.
Smooth lind næring conditioner from roots to ends. Rinse. For normal to fine hair.
Aqua (pure Icelandic spring water), cetearyl alcohol, distearoylethyl dimonium chloride, sodium levulinate, sodium anisate, (vegetable) glycerin, betula pubescens (birch) twig extract,* arctostaphylos uva ursi (bearberry) leaf extract,* achillea millefolium (yarrow) extract,* citrus grandis salix phylicifolia (willow) extract,* citrus aurantium amara pogostemon cablin piper nigrum, limonene, linalool. *Wild Icelandic herbs.
Not tested on animals.
MADE IN ICELAND