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Organic and natural shampoos use natural minerals, herbal extracts and oils to gently infuse your hair and scalp with pure antioxidants, proteins, botanical extracts and more.


These products are a great option for people with sensitive skin or hair, or those with an ethical conscience, given that they’re free from nasty chemicals and pesticides.
The great part is that our vegan, cruelty-free, sulphate-free, paraben-free and gluten-free shampoos are suitable for all hair types, and have the same hydrating, nourishing qualities that solve many hair concerns.


Consider Hunter Lab’s Invigorating Shampoo, which combines nourishing native botanicals and extracts like quandong, bergamot, desert lime and wattle seed to cleanse and purify hair without dehydrating it, plus added hemp oil to give your hair antioxidants and protein.


Or try Green People’s Clarifying Vitamin Shampoo, a wonderfully nourishing shampoo treatment that contains aloe vera and avocado. Green People don’t test on animals, they’re vegan friendly, and donate some of the profits to charity. That’s a guilt free shampoo right there!


Whether you like natural beauty products because of sensitive skin or hair, or because of the natural, ethical element, get your hands (and hair) on our extensive range of leading shampoo brands like Dr. Bronner’s, Green People, Kevin Murphy and Burt’s Bees.

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KEVIN.MURPHY Angel.Wash

$39.95

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4.5 of 128 reviews

KEVIN.MURPHY Blonde.Angel.Wash

$39.95

$39.95

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4.5 of 75 reviews

KEVIN.MURPHY Hydrate-Me.Wash

$39.95

$39.95

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4.6 of 75 reviews

KEVIN.MURPHY Balancing.Wash

$39.95

$39.95

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4.5 of 25 reviews

O&M Hydrate and Conquer Shampoo

$32.95

$32.95

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KEVIN.MURPHY Maxi.Wash

$39.95

$39.95

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Aveda Shampure Nurturing Shampoo 250ml

$26.00

$26.00

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4.6 of 12 reviews

O&M Original Detox Shampoo

$32.95

$32.95

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4.5 of 25 reviews

Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Baby Mild 945ml

$34.95

$34.95

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4.9 of 28 reviews

O&M Fine Intellect Shampoo

$32.95

$32.95

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Green People Irritated Scalp Shampoo - Normal/Oily Hair

$29.95

$29.95

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4.6 of 15 reviews

O&M Maintain the Mane Shampoo

$32.95

$32.95

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4.6 of 24 reviews

Dr. Bronner Castile Bar Soap – Sandalwood & Jasmine

$8.95

$8.95

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4.5 of 16 reviews

Aveda Damage Remedy Restructuring Shampoo 250ml

$49.95

$49.95

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4.3 of 11 reviews

Dr. Bronner Castile Bar Soap - Peppermint

$8.95

$8.95

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4.7 of 21 reviews

Aveda Shampure Nurturing Shampoo 50ml

$9.00

$9.00

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4.5 of 2 reviews

Aveda Invati™ Advanced Exfoliating Shampoo 200ml

$49.95

$49.95

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O&M Conquer Blonde

$28.55

$28.55

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4.2 of 22 reviews

Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Lavender 946ml

$34.95

$34.95

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4.7 of 29 reviews

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O&M Original & Mineral
O&M Conquer Blonde
$28.55

Nice but bit drying

I am on my third bottle of this and really like it. My hair is greying and Has always been dry so find it a bit more drying than I’d prefer but probably no more than other purple shampoos. Tones nicely if I use too much it gets almost too ashy.
Really thick product wth great deep purple colour.
not great packaging
KEVIN.MURPHY
KEVIN.MURPHY Angel.Wash
$39.95

So good it's like i've just been at the salon

I am LOVING this shampoo. Every time i wash my hair it immediately feels so healthy and lush and once it's blow waved looks so shiny and healthy.
My hair is dyed blonde and has been getting really brittle so am loving to use a product that is helping it be healthier :)
Dr. Bronner's
Dr. Bronner Castile Liquid Soap - Lavender 237ml
$12.95

Okay

These bronner liquids work really well for some things - think handwash or foot soaks and bubble baths (as long as they’re super diluted). Personally I think they’re too stripping for washing the face or hair, they leave a film on dishes/glasses, and are not ideal for housecleaning in my personal opinion. Certainly not quite as versatile as claimed.

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