One of Aubrey Organics’ best sellers is their Glycogen Protein Balancing vegetarian shampoo and conditioner. Glycogen Protein Balancing vegetarian shampoo is a protein-based shampoo formulated to strengthen and mend hair fibers, as well as moisturize and soften hair texture. Glycogen Protein Balancing vegetarian hair care is not 100% vegan, as it contains a small amount of carrageenan (milk protein). The vegetarian shampoo also contains soy protein, organic aloe and shea butter. Aubrey Organics Glycogen Protein Balancing Shampoo won a Better Nutrition ‘Best of Beauty Award’ 2009.
The complete list of Aubrey Organics Glycogen Protein Balancing vegetarian shampoo ingredients includes: Pure Organic Aloe Vera (not from concentrate), Deionized Water, Coconut Oil-Corn Oil Soap with Quillaya Bark (Saponin), Hydrolyzed Soy Protein (made from organic, non-GMO soybeans), Carrageenan, Organic Shea Butter, Lactalbumin, Organic Evening Primrose Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Balsam Oil, Organic Rosemary Oil and Aubrey’s Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamins A, C and E).
Aubrey Organics Glycogen Protein Balancing vegetarian conditioner is also protein-based. It contains glycoprotein, organic aloe, an amino acid complex, and horsetail extract. Because Aubrey Organics Glycogen Protein Balancing Conditioner contains a small amount of lactalbumin, it is non-vegan. This product is specifically formulated to smooth hair fiber, strengthen and mend damaged areas, replenish moisture, and balance and fortify hair and scalp. The complete list of Glycogen Protein Balancing vegetarian conditioner ingredients is as follows:
Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base, Organic Aloe Vera, Wheat Germ Oil, Lactalbumin, Organic Rosemary Oil, Organic Sage Oil, Horsetail Extract, Coltsfoot Extract, Nettle Extract, Amino Acid Complex (Cysteine, Methionine), Glycoprotein (from oyster shells), Balsam Oil, Aubrey’s Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamins A, C and E).
Created in 1967 by founder Aubrey Hampton, Aubrey Organics mission is to “provide all-natural, safe and effective personal care and lifestyle products to the consumer.” Hampton, a dedicated animal rights activist, is strongly committed to operating a cruelty-free company and so they only offer vegetarian and vegan hair and skin care products. The Culture and Animals Foundation named him “Activist of the Year” in 1990. In addition to animal activist and business owner, Aubrey Hampton is an author, publisher, and playwright. Hampton publishes “Organica,” an arts and environmental publication with 70,000 readers nationwide. He is the author of Natural Organic Hair and Skin Care (now in its sixth printing), What’s in Your Cosmetics, The Take Charge Beauty Book (co-authored with his wife, Susan Hussey) and two books of plays — GBS & Company and Wolf Trilogy. Hampton is also the co-founder of the Gorilla Theatre, in Tampa.
Hampton learned how to make herbal cosmetics from his mother. A phytochemist and herbalist, Hampton created the company after formulating two natural products in his kitchen – Relax-R-Bath and GPB Hair Conditioner. Today the product line consists of 200 hair, skin, and body care products.
Aubrey Organics Product Line
Aubrey Organics features vegetarian and vegan skin and beauty products in all categories. Customers will find hair care, skin care, and bath and spa products, as well as body lotions deodorants, fragrances, makeup, lip balm, baby products, sun and outdoors products, household, and pet products. Although all Aubrey products are considered favorites, the company has around 25 “top” sellers. In addition to GPB Glycogen Protein Balancing Shampoo and Conditioner, just a few top vegetarian and vegan sellers include: Lumessence Rejuvenating Eye Crème with Liposomes, Rosa Mosqueta Moisturizing Cleansing Bar, Natural Pine Deodorant Spray, and Ultimate Moist Green Tea Rosemary Mint Hand and Body Lotion.
Where to Buy Aubrey Organics
Aubrey Organics can be purchased directly from the company by visiting the official Aubrey Organics website, www.aubrey-organics.com. Aubrey Organics vegetarian and vegan products can also be purchased at Whole Foods, fine health food stores, and salons. Use the sites store locator to find a store near you.