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A HairCare Solution that Lathers, Rinses in Seconds and Helps with water waste.

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Let's get real. 



We’re all busy! 



You shouldn’t have to cut corners with your beauty routine to save one time, and our hair care is here to help you achieve the most in the absolute least amount of time. 


While saving time is essential, it is also crucial to be mindful of the environment and water waste.

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Help avoid water waste!

Did you know,



70% of the world is covered by water, yet only 2.5% is fresh, and only 1% is easily accessible for human use. 



The beauty industry’s demand for water is enormous, 

and it is the most-used ingredient in many products!

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But creating a quick and effective product that really rinses out in seconds!


When developing our Hair Care solution, it was essential to limit our water waste by having it rinse quickly and using plant-based ingredients, and making sure that water is not the key ingredient. 


This allows you to use less product on your hair, making your bottles last longer and helping with water waste. 

HairCare, visit JillTurnbullBeauty



When I grew up in Australia, with months, sometimes years, of no rain, I remember the government issuing every household an egg timer to restrict the water used.



Among many limitations, you were allowed only three minutes to shower. 


That’s why I created a Hair Care line that reduces water waste by rinsing out in seconds.” - Jill Turnbull, Founder.

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Keeping the environment in mind doesn’t mean losing out on the luxury of your beauty routine. 


If you are interested in learning more about environmentally friendly, luxury Hair Care, visit JillTurnbullBeauty


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How much water is used in cosmetics?

60% to 85% water


Water is the most common ingredient in cosmetics formulation, often appearing first on the ingredients list. 


Beauty products may contain anywhere from 60% to 85% water, depending on the product category.


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What percentage of water is in lotion?

70-80% water


Usually, the main ingredient of a lotion recipe is water. Water typically makes up about 70-80% of a lotion recipe.


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What percentage of conditioner is water?

Inside the bottle? 

Even more water. 

An average shampoo or bodywash can be made of up to 80% water. 

Conditioner is even higher, at up to 95%.


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How can we conserve water in the beauty industry?

Most salon services require water, but with mindful practices, you can quickly reduce how much you use. 


You can reduce water usage by simply turning off the tap when you're not using water (rinse, apply products, massage the products or emulsify) and installing shower heads that reduce the water flow.


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Is there hair water?

Believe it or not, water makes up almost 25% of the weight of a single strand of hair


Drinking at least two liters of water a day will help the strength of your hair, increasing growth. 


Dehydration immediately halts hair growth.


As previously stated, our hair needs moisture (preferably soft water for your hair).


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How much water is used in a salon?

The salon industry uses 100–300 billion gallons of water annually, representing about 300,000 Olympic-size swimming pools!


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How can beauty salons reduce water usage?

Start by monitoring water use and see where you use the most water. Water waste! 


Save money in hair and beauty salons

  1. Shampoo once rather than twice.
  2. Turn the tap off between washes and report any leaks.
  3. Washing up/mopping floors – use half buckets as standard.

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How much water does a salon use per day?

The estimated water consumption of a barbershop is 55 gallons per day/chair, which rises to 270 gallons per day/chair for a beauty salon. 


That's a lot of water! Effective salon water management starts by monitoring your current water usage and finding where you use the most water.


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What are 3 ways to reduce water waste?

Tips for Conserving Water

  • Never use your toilet as a waste basket.
  • Do not let the water run while shaving or brushing your teeth.
  • Take short showers instead of tub baths. ...
  • If you must use a tub, close the drain before turning on the water and fill the tub only half full.

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How much water do you use in 20 minutes?

The average American family uses more than 300 gallons of water daily at home


Roughly 70 percent of this use occurs indoors. In addition, there are other miscellaneous uses of water in the house which may be very significant, depending on the degree of water conservation by the household.


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How much water is used in a 5-minute bath?

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a full bathtub requires about 70 gallons of water, while a five-minute shower uses 10 to 25 gallons


You might argue that very few people fill the tub to the top, but a simple calculation shows that baths use more water either way.


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What 2 uses consume the most water?

According to an analysis published by Environment Magazine, outdoor watering accounts for almost 30 percent of water use:

Toilets (19 percent)

Washing machines (15 percent),

Showers (12 percent), 

Faucets (11 percent) also use substantial amounts.


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Why do cosmetics say aqua?

I thought you would find this an interesting fact,  when you see "water\aqua\eau" on a product's ingredient label, it means water.


Manufacturers of cosmetics and personal care products are required by law to list all ingredients in the formula using their INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) names. 


It is extremely important to read the labels of your beauty products and evaluate the ingredients. Typically water is the first ingredient, and on average, beauty products may contain anywhere from 60% to 85% water, depending on the product category. 

An abundance of water dilutes the concentration of the other ingredients. 


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