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Refill: Moisture Balancing Conditioner

Moist Hydration 4 UMade to reduce plastic, refill your bottle and treat your hair all over again.
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Clean Ingredients

Made with unprocessed, clean ingredients, that are uniquely cold-pressed so as not to lose their potency.

For Women By Women

Helen Reavey is one half of the duo behind Act+Acre, using her knowledge of the haircare industry to elevate Act+Acre’s products.

Responsible Materials

Sustainability is key to the brand, designed to last and uses 100% post-consumer materials that are fully recyclable. Act + Acre also has a refill program to cut back on plastic consumption.

Product Details 
  • Plant-derived nutrient-rich formula infused with Rosemary and Moringa oil
  • Get your most hydrated, glossy hair with Act & Acre’s silicone-free conditioner. Made to deliver a lasting hydration.
  • How to: After cleansing, rub the conditioner between palms and using your fingers, comb the product through your damp hair. Leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse.
Fit + Measurements10 oz refillable pouches (made with 60% less plastic)


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On a mission to Cold Press your scalp.


  • Clean Ingredients

  • For Women By Women

  • Responsible Materials

Created by celebrity hairstylist Helen Reavey created the world's first Cold Processed® hair care when she couldn't find clean hair care that worked for her clients. Founded alongside her husband Colm, together they are passionate about plant-based products and responsible production methods. Their Cold Processed® production method consumes 90% less energy, and Act + Acre bottles are made of the most recyclable form of plastic (since we can't use glass in the shower). With an entire haircare line designed to strengthen damaged hair, it's no wonder that this brand has a cult following.




New York, NY


Helen Reavy