Leonor Greyl - Gel Á L'Hibiscus Styling Gel 100ml


Leonor Greyl - Gel Á L'Hibiscus


In 1986, Jean-Marie Greyl became concerned that hair gels, particularly those used by men, contained excessive alcohol and synthetic agents that dehydrate hair and suffocate the scalp. So he set out to create a natural, alcohol-free hair gel that provides structure without inflicting damage. By combining the film-forming properties of proteins with the fixing power of styling resins, Jean-Marie designed a health-forward formula originally known as Gel à la Kératine. In 2012, we renamed it Gel à l’Hibiscus when Leonor Greyl R&D director David Thomas Brooks replaced keratin with hibiscus extract, chosen for its fortifying properties. Research and nature are the sources of all Leonor Greyl’s inspirations!

Lock in sleek style and structure with this alcohol-free hair gel for men and women that simultaneously conditions and fortifies hair for flawless looks. Gel à l’Hibiscus is enriched with hibiscus flower extract to boost shine and strength. Sweet almond oil rich in vitamin E and omega 9, moringa seed oil, and walnut extract were also added to seal in moisture and tame frizz. With a subtle passion fruit fragrance adored by all genders.

How to use:

  • Apply Gel à l’Hibiscus alcohol-free hair gel to dry or damp strands at the roots. Style as desired.
  • Dry immediately to maintain the desired style.

Pro Tips:

  • For a softer “wet” look, mix with Éclat Naturel. To increase the hold of curls you can also mix it with Algues et Fleurs on the length and ends.
  • For a more natural style, apply Gel à l’Hibiscus and let hair air dry or use a diffuser.


“Aqua – Polyquaternium-11 – Triethanolamine – Carbomer – Benzyl Alcohol – Parfum/Fragrance – *Propanediol – *Glycerin – *1,2-Hexanediol – *Juglans Regia (Walnut) Shell Extract – *Hydrolyzed Moringa Oleifera Seed Extract – Sodium Benzoate – *Hydrolyzed Sweet Almond Protein – *Salicylic Acid – *Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Extract – *Caprylhydroxamic Acid – *Caprylyl Glycol – *Sorbic Acid – *Citric Acid – Postassium Sorbate

*Natural Origin


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