where it's from
Grown in South America, the bark of the red cinchona tree is naturally rich in quinine and had traditionally been used by the Incas as a remedy to stimulate the body. The bark is collected by hand from trees more than 6 years old while respecting the surrounding environment.
how it works
Quinine extract supports microcirculation and therefore assists in the intake of nutritious elements responsible for hair health. The formulas also harness a Vitamin B complex that hydrates nourishes, and strengthens hair.
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The Klorane Botanical Foundation is promoting sustainable agriculture in Ecuador to protect primary forests and to share responsible agroforestry practices with local communities. To protect Amazonian biodiversity, over 15,000 trees have been planted in indigenous Kichwa family orchards. 75 families have benefited from the program and visits to schools raise awareness about sustainability and preservation for future generations.