A number of shampoo brands in Europe and the US are being replaced by monat, a brand owned by a Russian billionaire, with a new version of its shampoo.
Monat Renew, which is owned by Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev, said on Friday it would introduce a new formulation of its monat shampoo after a number of its products were found to contain a banned pesticide.
It said it would start the process of testing its products in September and would publish a full list of those that were found unsafe on the company’s website by mid-September.
The new formulation will be made from organic organic ingredients and is intended to be used in areas where there are no synthetic ingredients, such as hair care products.
In addition to the shampoo, Monat Renew said it was launching a line of body care products, which it said were designed to be healthier for consumers.
Monit Renew was founded in 2013 and is owned partly by Rybolivlev.