Are Odele products natural?
Odele products are made up of natural ingredients, ingredients derived from natural components and clean synthetic ingredients. Over 95% naturally derived, our priority is to meet leading industry clean standards while focusing on using the best ingredients—both natural and synthetic—that work together to support the integrity of the effectiveness of our formulations.
Are Odele products vegan?
Yes! All Odele products are vegan. As product extensions are released, we will make a note of any exceptions to that rule in this section.
Are Odele products gluten-free?
Yes! All products are gluten-free. As product extensions are released, we will make a note of any exceptions to that rule in this section.
Are Odele products dermatologist-tested?
Yes! All Odele products have passed dermatologist testing and have not been found to cause skin irritation. All of our formulas have undergone clinical testing and the results have been reviewed and signed off by a dermatologist
Are Odele products allergy-tested?
Yes! This test is done in conjunction with the dermatologist testing. Rest assured, Odele formulas did not cause any allergic contact dermatitis.
Does Odele use sulfates or parabens?
Nope. All Odele products are sulfate-free and paraben-free. We still get a great lather and effective clean without them.
Does Odele perform animal testing?
Never. We do not perform animal testing and will never test on animals in the future. Our testing subjects are humans, including friends, family, former colleagues and their friends and family. These are real people with real opinions who represent a diverse set of needs and have been showering their entire lives.
Where are Odele products made?
Odele ingredients are sourced from all over the globe. Odele products are formulated and produced in Minneapolis, MN (otherwise known as The North).
What makes Odele products premium?
Odele products are fancy from formula to package design. When it comes to our formulas, we have chosen to use non-commodity, high-end raw materials and our percent of solids (aka the good stuff in our formulas) surpass benchmarks of products that cost over 2x what we do. Balance was the focus as we would not settle for anything less than beautifully composed formulas that deliver on performance.
Are Odele products okay to use on extensions and/or color treated hair?
The highest risks to color treated hair are harsh surfactant systems and aggressive solvent systems. We do not use either in our formulas. Our systems are sulfate-free and formulated to be as mild but effective as possible.