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Sure do. If you are looking for unscented products, shop our Unscented TRES Two Hair Sprays and Unscented Dry Shampoo 4.3 oz.

Unscented TRES Two Aerosol Hair Spray

Unscented TRES Two Non-Aerosol Hair Spray

Unscented Dry Shampoo

If you're looking for sulfate-free products, you would love our Botanique Color Vibrance & Shine Shampoo and Conditioner Collection:

Botanique Color Vibrance & Shine Shampoo

Botanique Color Vibrance & Shine Conditioner

To read reviews of our products, click on the product you want to know about and scroll to the bottom of that product's page. You'll find tons of customer feedback there!

Check out our Store Locator on our website for a list of local and online retailers. You can also ask your local store manager to start carrying TRESemme!

Find your favorite TRESemme product by using our Product Locator. All of our current products are listed on our website, so if you can't find it, it's likely been discontinued. 

The following is an example of the manufacturing code you will see on your products: Manufacturing Code format : EXAMPLE: 03250HU01 = MMDDY/PLANT CODE = March 25, 2010 Month = 03 (Numerical, from 01 to 12 for Jan.- Dec.) Example 03 = March Day = 25 (Numerical, from 01 to 31). Example 25 = 25th day of the month Year = 0 (Numerical, from 0 - 9) Last digit of most recent year. Example: 2010 Plant Code and other manufacturing information = HU01

You bet! All Unilever shampoos and conditioners are safe to use on color-treated hair. We even use proprietary technology that helps prevent color fade.

You'll definitely achieve the best hair results by washing with a matching shampoo and conditioner duo. Not only are their fragrances compatible, but the cleaning properties of the shampoo are balanced by the moisturizing properties of the conditioner. They're made to work together! For more info, click here.

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Unilever follows the guidelines of the US Food & Drug Administration and uses the International Nomenclature for Cosmetic Ingredients. As seen on product labels, Unilever does not use any peanut ingredients in its Personal Care products. Some products do contain tree nut derivatives as shown on the labels. Examples include almond, coconut, kukui, macadamia, pistachio and shea nut variants in certain products. There are no allergenic proteins present in the highly refined nut oils and nut extracts used by Unilever.

Unilever manufacturing facilities follow rigorous cleaning procedures in preparing our products. This is necessary not only for product integrity but also for hygiene purposes. The high level of quality found in Unilever products is assured by our adherence to Good Manufacturing Practices [as stated in the CTFA Quality Assurance Guidelines (2007), ISO GMP Guidelines (2007) and FDA Draft Cosmetic GMPs (2013)]. However, there can be no absolute assurance that all products are free of all possible allergens.

If you have any concerns, please consult with your physician and avoid products which could be a problem, there are many variants available to meet consumer needs.

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley and processed oats. For ingredient labeling, our company follows the guidelines of the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and uses the International Nomenclature for Cosmetics Ingredients (INCI). If any wheat, rye, barley or oat-derived raw materials are in our products, they would be listed on the labels. This includes any hydrolyzed protein from wheat, rye, barley or oats which may contain gluten. We recommend that you consult with your physician as to whether use of grain derivatives in personal care products will cause the symptoms of Celiac-Sprue Disease.

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A recycling symbol can be found on the back label or bottom of most TRESemme® products. 

 

We are on a journey to have all of our products to be recyclable, and today all of our non-black bottles are already recyclable. To make our black bottles recyclable, we are currently developing a new black pigment for our bottles so they can be detected and sorted. 

For questions on our journey to full recyclability, see here