Patent-pending, forward-thinking technology for the future of hair extensions.
We created braidbetter using repurposed biopolymers, which makes it 97 percent biobased, earning the USDA's Certified Biobased Product label. We believe that the most sustainable cycle is the carbon cycle. While the use of regenerative materials in this application is relatively new, there is high potential to reach three of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals: health, sustainable consumption and production, and climate action.
Studies suggest that beauty and personal care products primarily used by black women may contain more endocrine-disrupting chemicals. During our development cycle, each ingredient is carefully assessed to keep the largest organ in your body, the skin, in harmony via a balanced scalp microbiome. Similarly, not disrupting the scalp microbiome decreases eczema and psoriasis flare-ups. Identifying which ingredients are commonly found in popular brands of plastic synthetic hair and drawing conclusions about their impact aids in our ability to avoid endocrine-disrupting compounds and carcinogens potentially relevant to cancers.
Powered by a woman-led team in St. Louis, Missouri, Rebundle takes pride in the care and skill put into crafting our plant-based bundles. With a keen understanding of what you — our community — are looking for, we are obsessed with providing more comfort and less waste with this revolutionary technology.
Always Striving for better
Not only does braidbetter represent the future of hair extensions, but it also reflects the ever-evolving nature of a healthy, eco-friendly lifestyle that never reaches full completion because there is always room to improve. better is our mantra and our ethos. We will continue to think innovatively about our business and our products.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our plant-based braiding hair is made from naturally extracted banana fiber and formulated to match textured hair with limited ingredients. None of the ingredients used in braidbetter appear on California’s Prop 65 list of banned chemicals. See for yourself what makes braidbetter, better.