Drunk Elephant - Cocomino™ Glossing Shampoo 8.0 oz/ 240 mL Clean at Sephora
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New Hair by Drunk Elephant + Chris McMillan

Drunk ElephantCocomino™ Glossing Shampoo

SIZE 8.0 oz/ 240 mLITEM 2346682
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$25.00

 

What it is: A sulfate-free, color-safe, nourishing shampoo that removes product buildup without damaging the hair shaft for smoothness and shine.

Hair Type: Straight, Wavy, Curly, and Coily

Hair Texture: Fine, Medium, and Thick

Hair Concerns:
- Dryness
- Fading
- Damage

Key Benefits:
- Hydrates
- Color safe
- Protects against damage, split ends, and breakage

Formulation: Lightweight Liquid

Highlighted Ingredients:
- Sacha Inchi Seed Oil: Extracted from the seeds of the sacha inchi fruit, this oil is used for its potential to moisturize and soothe irritated skin. These benefits are attributed to the high concentration of antioxidant polyphenols, omega 6 (aka linoleic), and omega 3 (linolenic) fatty acids that sacha inchi seed oil contains. In haircare, sacha inchi oil adds shine and helps offset the damage done by heat styling due to its ability to both coat and partially penetrate the hair shaft.
- Panthenol: Also known as pro-vitamin B5, it is used as a powerful hydrating ingredient that helps smooth, soften, and strengthen the hair shaft.
- Coconut Amino Acid Blend: Gentle, fatty-acid-rich, coconut-based surfactants work together to create a rich foam that effectively lifts dirt, styling products, and other substances away without damaging or stripping color, while quick-absorbing amino acids add strength and improved manageability to give hair a healthier, glossy appearance with visible body and bounce.

Ingredient Callouts: This product is vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free, and comes in recyclable packaging.

What Else You Need to Know: Strengthening amino acid extracts help prevent water loss and add smoothness and shine.

For 30 years, celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan has worked with every recognizable head of hair in Hollywood. But he could never find a product to do what he wanted: bring hair back to its strongest, healthiest state. So he collaborated with his childhood friend who also happens to be the founder of Drunk Elephant. Together, they created a hair-care line that focuses on the scalp—products that dissolve years of buildup while nourishing hair with coconut-based cleansers and shine-boosting amino acids. The rest just grew from there.

Drunk Elephant is committed to using only ingredients that either directly benefit the health of the skin or support the integrity of their formulations. They never take into account whether something is synthetic or natural, instead choosing ingredients based on biocompatibility. That‘s why they focus on healthy pH levels, formulations the skin recognizes, small molecular structures that are easily absorbed, and effective active ingredients that also support and maintain the skin‘s acid mantle. But what they leave out of their products is just as important as what they put into them, so you will never find what they call the "Suspicious 6" (essential oils, drying alcohols, silicones, chemical sunscreens, fragrances/dyes, SLS) in their line. Drunk Elephant believes that these six ubiquitous ingredients are at the root of almost every skin issue, and when they‘re removed entirely from your routine—that is, when you take a Drunk Break™—skin can reset and return to its healthiest, most balanced state. This ingredient-elimination diet benefits all skin types and inspired the #barewithus Instagram movement, a collection of bare-faced selfies that chronicles the Drunk Elephant journeys of people who have found not only healthier skin but, more importantly, healthier self-confidence.

Clean at Sephora
Clean at Sephora is formulated without a list of over 50 ingredients, including sulfates (SLS and SLES), parabens, phthalates, and more. For the full list, check out the Ingredients tab.