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VO5 Spray Texturising Sea Salt

To find out more about the ingredients used in the product and its function simply click on ingredient name. Due to limited space on pack, we also disclose a longer list of fragrance ingredients. For recently launched products or where the formulation has changed, this detailed fragrance information might not be immediately available as it takes time to update each product page.

We take great care to ensure information on this site is up to date. However, please always check the product packaging for the most up to date ingredients used.

All product names which include a date (month and year) are no longer manufactured.

Ingredients

Aqua

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Sodium chloride

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Glycerin

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Polysorbate 20

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PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil

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Sodium benzoate

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Polyquaternium-11 (Anticaking Agent)

Helps to prevent the formation of lumps in the product.

Parfum

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Acetic Acid, (1-Oxopropoxy)-, 1-(3,3-Dimethylcyclohexyl)Ethyl Ester

A very delicate musky scent with ambrette nuances.

Dipropylene Glycol

An odourless ingredient that helps to dissolve solid fragrance ingredients in order to blend them with fragrances more easily.

Gamma-Decalactone

A sweet and milky peach scent. This ingredient can be found in peach, apricot, red fruits and exotic fruits. It is used in many floral and fruity compositions.

Scent: Fruity

Gamma-Undecalactone

A milky and sweet peach scent. This ingredient is found in apple, raspberry, peach and apricot.

Scent: Fruity

Linalyl Acetate

A soft lavender scent with bergamot and petitgrain facets. This ingredient is found in different natural oils such as rosewood or hô wood.

Scent: Floral

Methyldihydrojasmonate

A delicate and fresh jasmine scent.

Scent: Floral

Limonene

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Disodium EDTA

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Citric acid

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Phenoxyethanol

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Linalool

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Caprylyl Glycol

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Geraniol

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Citral

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Benzyl alcohol

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