Is Nature’s Gate going out of business?

Answer: Sadly, Nature’s Gate has gone out of business so suppliers increased their wholesale costs tremendously. What is available to sell on Amazon is the last batch of Nature’s Gate product available.

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Secondly, is Nature’s Gate a good shampoo?

We think this is a high-quality shampoo, with good lather that cleans and smells great. Also have tried Nature’s Gate Daily Cleansing Shampoo for All Hair Types and found it to be excellent. It’s easy to support vegan manufacturers when they offer this kind of value.

Also question is, who makes Nature’s Gate? Harvest formed Natural Products Group in 2004 to buy Arbonne International LLC, a direct marketer of personal care products, and Levlad Inc, which owns the Nature’s Gate line. Harvest, with other investors, provided $93 million of equity for the acquisitions.

Keeping this in view, is Nature’s Gate Conditioner good?

Love natures gate conditioners

I just Love the conditioners I have tried from this company. This scent I found to be a really subtle version of the herbal daily conditioner. Nice rich consistency, detangles very well, and like the others, leaves my hair so silky, shiny and manageable.

Is Nature’s Gate shampoo color safe?

SkinSAFE has reviewed the ingredients of Nature’ Gate Professional Color Protect Shampoo, 18 fl oz and found it to be 82% Top Allergen Free and free of Gluten, Nickel, Lanolin, Paraben, Topical Antibiotic, MCI/MI, Soy, Propylene Glycol, and Dye. Product is Teen Safe.

Is Nature’s Gate shampoo sulfate free?

Nature’s Gate is a trusted and responsible choice for those who are environmentally aware. Our products are made in the United States from globally sourced materials, vegan friendly, and cruelty free. There are no phthalates, PEG, butylene glycol, parabens, sodium lauryl, laureth, or coco sulfates.

Is Nature’s Gate cruelty free?

Nature’s Gate is cruelty-free

Nature’s Gate has confirmed that it is truly cruelty-free. They don’t test finished products or ingredients on animals, and neither do their suppliers or any third-parties. They also don’t sell their products where animal testing is required by law.

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