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Drunk Elephant
Wild Marula Tangle Spray 120ml

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"Weightless detangling mist that smooths hair"

  • Benefits

    • Cruelty-free
    • Anti-frizz
    • Sulphate-free
    • Fragrance-free

    The MECCA view

    This superfine leave-in mist helps to effectively detangle hair, improve manageability, and movement without weighing it down. Enriched with a nourishing blend of plant oils, silicone-free and anti-static agents which add protection against heat styling, hair is left protected and strengthened without ever feeling sticky or greasy.

    For this collection, Drunk Elephant collaborated with celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan (the man behind the 'Rachel cut' AKA Jennifer Aniston's hairdresser). Together, Chris and the brand created a line of hair care that focuses on scalp health--including ingredients like amino acids to help nourish hair and boost shine.

    Key ingredients

    Fermentoil hair complex: a blend of fermented nut, fruit and tea oils that smooths the hair shaft and provides powerful anti-frizz and anti-static benefits.

    Marula oil: a super absorbable oil, rich in antioxidants and omegas 6 and 9 that moisturise, add shine and smooth the hair shaft.

    Sacha inchi seed oil: helps to add shine and offset damage caused from heat styling.

    Sodium PCA: a humectant that helps boost the water content of the hair shaft while preventing water loss.

    Made without

    Sulfates, silicones, essential oils, fragrance, dyes and drying alcohols.


    Spray evenly over towel-dried or damp hair and comb through. No need to rinse. Shake before use.

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Watch and learn how to use Wild Marula Tangle Spray with celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan