Nourishing Shampoo

Awapuhi Wild Ginger

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$12.50 - $63.50
Ultra Rich • Color Safe
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Lather in luxury with this color-safe, sulfate-free (without SLS, SLES, ALS) shampoo. It thoroughly cleanses while protecting color and repairs dry, damaged hair. Hand-harvested awapuhi extract from our farm in Hawaii balances moisture for manageability and shine, while KeraTriplex® keratin protein technology replenishes every strand for healthy-looking hair. Gentle enough to use daily.

Color Safe

Sulfate Free*

Paraben Free

*Without SLS, SLES, ALS

Hair Type

Ideal for Dry, Damaged, and Color-Treated hair.


Ginger tea scent.

Purposefully Imperfect

Made from at least 25% PCR* (post-consumer recycled) packaging, each bottle or tube is unique and may vary slightly in color due to the nature of recycled content.

*Percentages may vary. Excludes closures.

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Massage into wet hair. Rinse. For best results, follow with Cream Rinse.

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The ingredients listed on this website are for US consumers.

Ingredients are subject to change. Should you have any concerns, please review the ingredients listed on the purchased product before use. Questions: Please contact customer service at 800.793.8790.

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Why Your Hair Needs This

Gentle, Yet Effective

KeraTriplex® technology helps this Awapuhi Ginger shampoo replenish strands as it helps repair damage.

Helps Keep Hair Manageable + Shiny

Our use of Awapuhi Wild Ginger® extract in this shampoo keeps your hair manageable and shiny.

Ideal for Dry, Damaged Hair

Invite moisture back into your locks. This shampoo is great for dry, damaged, or color-treated hair.

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What is KeraTriplex®?

It's an exclusive blend of keratin protein that helps repair hair and protects against damage.

John Paul Mitchell Systems awapuhi farm

From Our Farm to Your Hair

In 1983 our co-founders established a farm in Hawaii that uses solar power and captured rain water. All of the awapuhi used in our products is still grown and hand-harvested there today.

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Be Transported to an Island Retreat with the Fragrance of…

Fresh notes of bergamot and lemon create a bright, energetic top note over the exotic complexity of ginger and beautiful florals. With additional notes of green tea, lily, jasmine, musk, wood and spice.

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Stylist Tips

Follow the Awapuhi Wild Ginger® shampoo with Awapuhi Wild Ginger® Cream Rinse for optimum results.

Because healthy hair requires a good balance of moisture and strength, use a weekly hydrating hair mask, such as Awapuhi Wild Ginger® Intensive Treatment, as part of a reparative hair care regimen.

Why Does Everyone Love This Shampoo?

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“It has awapuhi extract and keratin that penetrate your hair, physically rebuilding damage.”

- heyghoulie

“This shampoo absolutely saved my hair from falling out and protected from color damage!”

- marianaag31

“You will feel like your whole scalp just got a makeover. It smells so good, too.”

- lacydanii
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Experience KeraTriplex® at the Salon

Transform broken, brittle strands into pillars of strength while protecting hair from future damage. This liquid formula of isolated proteins is virtually identical to the keratin found in human hair. One dose of KeraTriplex® Professional Treatment rebuilds fragile strands.

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