Do your products contain sulfates?
Absolutely not! Our products have never, and will never, contain any form of sulfate.
Do your products contain parabens?
Nope! We’re passionate about providing our customers with the best formulas.
Are your products safe for color treated hair?
They certainly are! All of our formulas have been designed to protect colored hair.
Are your products tested on animals?
Never! Our products have never, nor will they ever be, tested on animals. We only test our products on ourselves.
Are your products gluten free?
They sure are! All of our products are FREE of gluten.
Do you have samples or coupons?
We do not offer any manufacturer coupons or samples. All promotions are managed through our retailers.
Does Renpure use Palm Oil?
At Renpure, we support suppliers of palm-derived materials from the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) Manufacturers. RSPO-certified manufacturers only obtain their palm supplies from sustainable sources. To learn more about the RSPO, please visit their website.
We are closely monitoring our supply of Palm Oil and currently exploring formulations that eliminate its use without impacting performance. Our goal is to have 100% certified sustainable palm use by 2020, or have it eliminated from our product formulations.
Are Renpure products made in the USA?
Of course! Every one of our products is made right here in the USA!
Are your products safe to use on chemically treated hair?
Our products are designed with this in mind. Our chemists use a special formulation that not only protects your hair treatment, but also maintains it. Our uniquely formulated products repair damage caused by chemical treatments, while protecting the integrity of the treatment as well.
Renpure products claim to be safe and free from harsh chemicals, yet they contain preservatives... Why?
All living things are preserved in one way or another. We protect ourselves against infection and disease, plants have built in mechanisms protecting them from mold and other microorganisms, and we must protect our products as well. We take the same approach as nature uses, and we use the absolute minimum amount of preservative to get the job done without any effect to the people using our products.
We are always striving towards continuous improvement in our chemical profiles, and are currently testing a preservative system that contains no formaldehyde donors. If our testing passes, we expect to incorporate the new self-preserving system as soon as summer of 2018—but we have to first ensure its ability to protect our consumers against contamination.