Rito Copaiba Hair Serum

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Rito Copaiba Hair Serum

20 CHF160 CHF

Undisciplined or Dry Hair

This serum has been conceived to offer the best nourishing, surface sealing and natural silicon-like disciplining capabilities, prevent split-ends and keep the hair shiny, light and easy to comb. Its plant complex is a selection of rare oils for their special affinity with hair, some known by traditional healers since ages such as Copaiba in the Amazone Rainforest or Papyrus in Ancient Egypt. It is perfect to condition fragile hair while soothing dry and itchy scalps. It has a very light woody scent with an orange blossom hint that quickly wears off after absorption.

With indigenous plants complexes including: Papyrus, Copaiba, Yangu, Crambe, Desert Date, Kukui and Ximenia.

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With indigenous plants complexes including
Papyrus, Copaiba, Yangu, Crambe, Desert Date, Kukui and Ximenia.

100% natural plant ingredients. Virgin vegetable oils. No synthetic fragrances or chemical preservatives. Concentrated water-free formulation. Vegan.

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Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 17 × 6 × 6 cm
Natural Plant-Based Cosmetics Content

1.8 ml/0.06 fl.oz glass mini-vial, 20 ml/0.7 fl.oz glass bottle

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Annual Membership, Discovery Membership, Non-Members


Daily Care, Home & Cocooning, Massage, Phyto-Care, Spa, Weekly Care

Skin or Hair type

all skin types, sensitive & allergy-prone skin, very dry & damaged hair

Skin type & Cultural roots

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Bespoke Scented Cosmetics, None (only from the natural ingredients)

Copaiba (copaifera officinalis):
Copaiba trees are found mainly in tropical South America, particularly in the Amazon. The active biological properties of Copaiba resin are attributed to a group of phytochemicals called sesquiterpenes. Several of these chemicals are novel and found only in copaiba. Copaiba resin is the highest known natural source of caryophyllene, a well-known plant chemical documented for its powerful anti-inflammatory effects. It confers a shiny protective coating to hair.


Papyrus (Cyperus esculentus):
An aquatic flowering plant known to Ancient Egypt more than 4000 years ago, Papyrus is now grown in Africa but also popular in Spain. It is unique for its capacity to confer elasticity, smoothness and shine to hair.




Crambe (Crambe abyssinica):
It is a fantastic lubricant conferring an almost silicon like smooth feel to hair and skin with a glossy shine, while helping detangling.


Kukui (Aleurites moluccana):
A native from Hawaii also grown in Indonesia, it is a fast drying oil that has the ability to reduce skin rashes and penetrate quickly in the hair ber, naturally facilitating combing.



Desert Date (Balanites aegyptiaca):
Growing in the semi-arid zones of Sahel, the seeds are collected by the most remote communities as an income generating activity. The replanting of the trees help fight desertification. The oil confers elasticity to the hair while offering anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties to the scalp.


Strawberry (Fragaria ananassa):
A sweet smelling oil containing vitamins, anti-oxidants, phytonutrients and minerals. Its tannic acid is slightly astringent and anti-bacterial and the oil is known to help even out complexions.