Bet­ter Hair Care

Treat your tresses like you would your skin with prod­ucts de­signed for your spe­cific hair t ype.


1 Strengthen and stim­u­late hair growth with Shea

Terra Egyp­tian Black Cas­tor Hair Oil with Hi­bis­cus

In­fu­sion. An an­cient Egyp­tian se­cret to thick hair and re­growth is 100% pure, cold- pressed, roasted Egyp­tian black cas­tor oil in­fused with Egyp­tian hi­bis­cus flow­ers. Use as a pre­con­di­tion­ing oil to add shine, or leave in overnight and sham­poo out in the morn­ing for deep con­di­tion­ing.

2 Dry, dam­aged strands are quenched with Alaf­fia Re­pair &

Re­store Curl Maker, part of a new 9- prod­uct line. This deeply hy­drat­ing styling cream for tex­tured, curly, nat­u­ral, coarse, wavy, or overly pro­cessed hair hy­drates and elon­gates curls for max­i­mum def­i­ni­tion. Baobab fruit, ar­gan oil, and monoi oil cre­ate shiny, soft, well- de­fined curls.

3 Build- up be gone with Avalon Or­gan­ics

Smooth Shine Ap­ple Cider Vine­gar Sham­poo and

Con­di­tioner. Clean, clar­ify, and con­di­tion for smooth, shiny hair. The acidic pH of ap­ple cider vine­gar, plus net­tle ex­tract, re­move dulling oils and residues while bal­anc­ing the biome of the scalp to en­sure new hair growth. Ar­gan and babassu oils seal the hair cu­ti­cle, lock in shine, and re­duce frizz.

4 Res­cue color-pro­cessed hair with An­dalou Nat­u­rals 1000 Roses Com­plex Deep

Con­di­tion­ing Hair Mask. This in­ten­sive treat­ment in­fuses mois­ture to dry, dam­aged, and col­ored hair. Alpine rose stem cells boost re­silience as rose­hip and pomegranate oils help smooth and shield strands from fad­ing, split ends, and frizz. Hair will feel softer and look fuller with a last­ing shine.

5 Good­bye dam­aged hair. Mill Creek

Botan­i­cals Bi­otin Ther­apy Sham­poo and

Con­di­tioner with bi­otin and other B vi­ta­mins ( pan­thenol, niacin, and folic acid) strengthen hair and build body. Ar­gan oil and or­ganic aloe vera smooth and pre­vent frizz. Re­fresh­ing pep­per­mint oil in­vig­o­rates the scalp.

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