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Tresemmé has launched a trio of haircare products free of sulphates, silicones and dies. 

The range, called Pro Pure, comprises three shampoo and conditioner pairings – Damage Recovery, Radiant Colour, and Airlight Volume – which have rolled out in 100% recyclable packs made from transparent PET and 30% PCR (rsp: £5.99/380ml). 

The caps, meanwhile, contain detectable black masterbatch, while the label was designed to obscure less than 50% of the bottle – meaning there would be no issues with detection at recycling plants, said Unilever.

Unilever haircare marketing director Carly Burford said the range was “specifically developed to provide shoppers with a haircare range that is as natural and chemical-free as possible”, to tap a global desire for “more transparency in the beauty industry”.

They have rolled exclusively into Tesco, with a wider retail rollout to follow later this year.

It’s not the first attempt to crack down on chemicals from the brand: 2019 saw it boost its Pro collection with its first sulphate-free products.

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