Shampoo

ONEKA’S  SHAMPOOS MADE WITH CERTIFIED ORGANIC INGREDIENTS

Here at Oneka, our words are backed up by certified all-natural and organic ingredients. Our shampoos are derived from plants, and wild-harvested boreal botanicals. Each of our shampoos are made with organic ingredients, completely biodegradable and safe for your entire family. Our shampoos and conditioners will leave you hair beautiful, hydrated, clean, and soft; without the use of harsh detergents, chemicals, synthetic fragrances or other additives.

 

Shampoo
14.99 $

Shampoo
14.99 $

Shampoo
14.99 $

Shampoo
14.99 $

Oneka’s Promise of Certified Organic Ingredients

Oneka’s Shampoos are:

  • Made with certified organic ingredients
  • Contain no harsh detergents or chemical fragrances
  • 100% natural, vegan and biodegradable
  • Great for all types of hair, even colour treated hair
  • Cleans and nourishes hair 
  • No animal testing…ever!

Having a Positive Impact on our Water Systems

At the heart of our company lies the importance of protecting our water systems. Our organic shampoos and other hair care products are all made to cause absolutely no harm to our water systems. These shampoos start biodegrading within 48 hours, and since they are made from natural botanicals, they leave behind no damaging or unnatural substances.

Steer Clear of Petroleum-based Hair Products!

Petroleum products are widely used in body care products because they are a cheap filler. But using these types of products can cause problems like chronic dry hair or skin. Remember that a good organic shampoo will never contain ingredients such as silicones, parabens, mineral oils, isopropyl alcohol, sodium & ammonium lauryl & laureth sulfates (and derivatives), mureth sulfate, imidazolidinyl urea(chemical preservatives), artificial colours & fragrances, propylene glycol (also used in antifreeze), or olefin sulfonate (deodorized kerosene). These are just a few of the ingredients you will commonly find in conventional shampoo brands that are found ex. in your local drugstores; and all can contribute to health problems or are known to be carcinogenic.