Ahhhh, it really is beginning to feel like spring is in Atlanta. After a few blasts of cold weather, it seems like spring is here to stay this time! The grass is green, the azaleas are in bloom, we’ve all got an extra spring in our step, so how about adding some spring to your style with your hair care products?
Spring is all about renewal and rebirth, so time to freshen up your dull, dry and tired winter locks and add some spring shine with great hair care products. We’ve got some great hair care products to help you get the spring back in your luscious locks this season and get you ready for patio weather!
The first step to getting the spring back in your curls is to wash away that build up and residue with a gentle clarifying shampoo like this one. A gentle, sulfate-free shampoo like ours will serve to remove deep-seated contaminants, dissolve buildup and clean your scalp gently without stripping your hair of its natural oils.
Follow up with a great conditioner. If your hair is damaged, shedding and you’re noticing breakage, you could benefit from our Nothing But Intense Healing Mask. This great conditioner strengthens and repairs hair with its pure ingredients designed to penetrate deeply to soothe and smooth your damaged, brittle hair. Curly girls will get the shine and spring back in their curls in no time with this gentle combination.
If you’re looking to boost shine and control frizz, our Curl Sealer is just the remedy you’ve been searching for. Free from all the bad stuff like sulfates, parabens, mineral oil and petrolatum, our curl sealer will shine your hair with its natural shine enhancers and seal in moisture to keep frizz at bay. Curly girls will end up with longer-lasting curl definition, and fresh spring style with that radiant shine that everyone wants.
As a curly girl, you know that sometimes you just simply don’t have the time to go through an entire routine to get the look you want. That’s the perfect time to use our Curl Wake Up Spray. If your curls just need a little boost, this spray refreshes and revives limping locks and brings them back to life with natural shine boosters that won’t weigh your hair down. While it invigorates your curls to bring back that natural spring, it also detangles, conditions and enhances shine.
So, if you’re ready to freshen up your look for spring and give your curls renewed radiance and shine, give some of these hair care products a try. All of these natural hair care products are affordable and available online through this link. Shop from the comfort of your home and get your hair care products delivered right to your door so you can spend more time enjoying this fabulous spring weather!
Our friend the groundhog did us a favor on Groundhog Day when he informed us of our early spring! Just in the nick of time if you’re a curly girl battling winter dryness for your natural hair. If you’re looking to combat dryness and up your natural hair’s shine factor before spring, then you may want to look into the benefits of nourishing oils for your natural hair.
Nourishing oils can be great for preventing breakage, rebuilding and strengthening hair, preventing dryness, sealing in moisture, and giving your natural hair that brilliant shine that all curly girls want. Here’s the low down on a few of the best nourishing oils, and a few application ideas for curly girls like you.
Olive Oil – Olive oil has long been praised for its numerous health benefits and is a staple in most kitchens, but olive oil is great to put on your hair as well. Olive oil is great to use in the dry winter months to combat breakage and split ends that tend to plague us in the winter. Olive oil is rich in Vitamins A and E and contains antioxidants so in addition to sealing in moisture, promoting shine and manageability, olive oil can promote the overall health of your natural hair, decrease breakage and help to combat a flaky scalp.1
Moroccan Argan Oil – Moroccan Argan Oil, as the name implies is derived from the seeds extracted from Argan nuts, grown only in southwestern Morocco. These Argan nuts are harvested by locals, or goats (that’s another story) and the oils are extracted by a labor intensive process, making Argan oil scarce, and expensive.If your natural hair appears dull, dry and lifeless, Argan Oil might be just the answer you’ve been looking for. Argan oil is rich in Vitamin E and antioxidants, so it’s great for rebuilding, strengthening and protecting hair while promoting manageability and brilliant shine.
How To Use Oils
If your hair is fine or wavy, you may find that oils simply weigh your hair down or give it a greasy appearance. If this is the case, then you might try using oils as a pre-poo. If you use oils for your pre-poo, do your hair a favor and allow the oils to penetrate by leaving them on your hair, up in a cap for 30 minutes prior to washing. This is also a great method of delivering oils to your scalp if your scalp is dry or flaky.
Add oil to damp hair
Add a little oil to your leave-in conditioner after you dry your hair with a microfiber towel. Put a few drops of oil in your hands and rub together vigorously to warm. Apply oil to your hair’s most dry areas, typically mid-shaft to ends. Using an oil treatment like our Argan& Olive Oil treatment can provide curly girls the great shine factor they want, and the protection and strengthening they need with its nourishing combination of ingredients like olive oil, argan oil and omega 3.
So there you have it! If you’re looking for natural oils to improve your natural hair this winter, look no further. Give these natural oils a try, and you’ll be rockin’ your shiny, healthy, manageable locks out on the patio this spring.
So, you’ve made it through the holidays, and for those of us here in the South, we’ve avoided “Snowpocalypse 2016” thus far, but still, we find winter wreaking havoc on our hair and skin. It’s tough to maintain moisture in our homes this time of year, and our skin and hair are suffering the consequences. If you’re a curly girl trying to survive the winter months with your shiny, bouncy locks intact, try some of these hair care tips.
5 Hair Care Tips To Help Curly Girls Survive Winter
Shower Sparingly – We’ve mentioned in our previous blog post that long hot showers can rob you skin of moisture, and frequent washing can do the same for your curly hair. Of course frequency of hair washing is personal preference, but typically curly girls can go without washing longer than their straight-haired friends, and most everyone’shair can go longer between washes in the winter months. Your best hair care tip – choose a moisturizing shampoo that is free of sulfates, which can strip hair of its natural oils.
Add Shine By Moisturizing and Conditioning – Winter is a great time to use a deep conditionerto restore your hair’s soft, healthy, shiny appearance. In addition to conditioners, you can use nourishing oils like Moroccan Argan oil, and olive oil to add luster and shine to your hair. Spritzing hair with a combination of water and nourishing oils between washes is a great idea to rejuvenate your curls.
Towel Matters – Yep, we all know that good old cotton-loop, terry-cloth towel, right? How many of you still rub your hair dry with one of those? I hope not many! These rough, cotton-loop towels are harsh on hair, causing breakage and hair loss. Go ahead and wrap your body in these towels, but use a gentle microfiber towel or cotton T-shirt to dry your hair instead. Ideally, you should gently blot and squeeze your hair instead of rubbing or wringing.
Ditch The Brush And Heat–Detangle your hair in the shower after you apply your conditioner and rinse after. This will help cut down on any tangles you might have after squeeze drying your hair. After drying, use a wide-tooth comb rather than a brush. Whenever possible, avoid heat drying and heat styling your hair. Finger dry or section and set your curls and allow them to dry naturally for the least amount of damage.
Keep Up With Your Nutrition -Eating a well-balanced diet with plenty of fruits, leafy greens, lean proteins and of course, good old H2O is really important all year long. Eating a well-balanced diet, rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants can help you maintain healthy hair. Incorporating Omega 3 Fatty Acids and antioxidants can benefit both your hair and skin, and both have benefits for your entire body! For some great nutrition tips on what to eat to help your hair, read our recent blog post, Feed Your Body And Feed Your Hair.
Try some of these hair care tips and see if they help you avoid the winter hair woes. Cutting back on washing, focusing on moisturizing and conditioning, ditching the heat, towel and the brush and maintaining a healthy diet will all help you rock your healthy curls all the way through winter!
It’s a New Year, and as women, we’ve all got lots of resolutions on how to improve our lives and ourselves. From diet to exercise, many of us resolve to improve our overall health, but what about improving the health of our naturally curly hair. Are you a curly girl looking for remedies to repair damaged hair in the New Year? Many of us should be but simply do not know where to start, or think we just don’t have the time. Luckily, there are lots of treatments available to repair damaged hair and many things you can do to promote healthy hair.
How do we get damaged hair in the first place? Well, in our everyday lives we tend to do things that damage our hair. How many of these things do you do to your hair on a regular basis?
- Manipulate hair by pulling, tugging, twisting
- Style hair with styling products
- Heat hair with heating elements like hair dryers and hot irons
- Chemically alter hair with colorants or relaxers
- Expose hair to sun and chlorine
- Wash hair with harsh sulfates
All of these habits can damage our hair, causing it to lose elasticity, become dull, dry, brittle and more prone to breakage and frizz. If you’re noticing signs of hair damage and would like to restore luster to your locks in the New Year, there are lots of nourishing ingredients you can look for to help you repair damaged hair and restore that healthy shine.
Hopefully, as a curly girl, you’re aware of the power of nourishing oils for you hair. Beneficial oils like olive oil and Omega 3s are great for your hair both as a topical treatment and added to your diet. If you’re looking for what to add to your diet to help promote healthy hair, check out our recent blog post. If you’re looking to treat your naturally curly hair with beneficial oils, look for ingredients like Argan Oil and Olive Oil to strengthen, protect and add brilliant shine and Omega 3 to rebuild and protect your locks.
Curly girls don’t have to wash quite as frequently as others, and the choice of frequency is up to you, but on wash day, be sure to use a sulfate-free shampoo or co-wash with natural ingredients that won’t rob your hair of moisture and strip your hair of natural oils.
Deep Conditioning doesn’t have to be an expensive salon treatment. You can deep condition your hair right at home, and the restorative benefits of deep conditioners are amazing. First, look for a deep conditioner that has natural, restorative ingredients like milk protein, olive oil and essential fatty acids like omega 3. Apply your deep conditioner from the ends, up and plan to leave it on hair, preferably under a hooded dryer or in a warm environment, for 20-30 minutes.
So if you’re looking to repair damaged hair and restore shine to your naturally curly hair, try adding some of these restorative products to your hair care routine.Nourishing oils, sulfate-free shampoos or co-washes, and deep conditioners can help repair damaged hair and restore your hair to a healthy state, giving you that soft, healthy, shiny look you want in 2016.
It’s a new year, so are you a curly girl, ready to rock your style and change up your look with your natural hair care routine? If you’re a curly girl with healthy hair, all you need is a little moisture and control in your life to change up your style any way you like and create a look as individual as you are. Here are some natural styling products you can add to your natural hair care routine to rock your style in 2016.
Add Shine And Moisture
Spray On Moisturizers – Spray on moisturizers can give you instant shine on the go! Dull lifeless locks come to life in minutes with an all-natural Curl Wake Up Spray
Nourishing Oils – There’s nothing quite like natural oils to nourish, strengthen and protect natural hair while giving you that gorgeous shine you want from your natural hair care products. Look for products that contain natural oils with benefits, like these:
- Moroccan Argan Oil – Contains Vitamin E to restore, hydrate and silken natural hair.
- Olive Oil – Italian olive oil is rich in antioxidants and can nourish both the scalp and hair. It also adds shine and helps to repair dull, dry, damaged hair.
- Omega 3 – Derived from the SachaInchi from the rainforests of Peru, this nourishing oil rebuilds, strengthens and protects hair from within, helping you get those shiny, luscious locks you want from you natural hair care products.
Looking for a little control in your life…at least for your curly hair? Forming and maintaining beautifully shiny twists, knots and braids doesn’t have to be a pain in your little finger. A great product like Mold & Hold will help you form and hold your twists, locks and braids with honest, all natural ingredients and doesn’t contain any harmful ingredients like petrolatum, mineral oil, sulfates, parabens, colorants, or phthalates.
Curl Sealer – If it’s shine and moisture you want in your natural hair care products, look for a moisturizing curl sealer. Curl sealers can seal in moisture for natural hair, add shine, reduce frizz, and promote longer-lasting curl definition. If you want to have a head full of radiant, shiny curls in the New Year, look for a curl sealer like this one that has all natural ingredients and none of the bad ones!
Pudding – Look for a styling pudding to give you versatility and control while maintaining your softness. By adding a pudding to your natural hair care routine, you can define your curls, elongate your waves, and enhance your coils, all without that undesirable hardness or crunch. Look for a pudding product like Nothing But Pure Pudding that is all natural and doesn’t contain any harsh ingredients like petrolatum, mineral oil, sulfates or parabens.
So if you’re a curly girl wanting to shake up your style in 2016, consider adding some control and shine into your natural hair care routine. Puddings, sealers, sprays and oils can help give your natural hair that soft, healthy, shiny look you want with the manageability you desire.
If you’ve been keeping up with our most recent blogs, you know that based on New York Fashion Week’s runway looks, natural hair will continue to be THE look well into 2016, so break out those natural hair care products and get ready to go natural! No doubt it’s a difficult decision to make…transition your hair or do the big chop, but whatever you decide, there are some good tips and natural hair care products you can use to help you along the way to make your transitioning life a little easier.
First, let’s start with the big chop. So, you’ve decided to go all in! There are great resources online for looking stylish with your short, sexy look. Check out our recent blog post on short celeb looks, or simply search TWA (Teeny Weeny Afro) styles and get inspired to rock a new look! Another way to ease the big chop fear is to transition for a period of time until you are comfortable with your length, then cut. Regardless of your method of transitioning, you hair will need some good natural hair care products during this phase.
Transitioning hair needs TLC. Now that you’ve decided to go natural,it’s time to show your hair some love . Here are some great products designed to promote healthy scalp and beautiful hair, and a few suggestions for caring for your hair during and post transition.
- Shampoo hair regularly with a sulfate-free clarifying shampoo. This is an important step to remove build up without stripping hair of its natural oils (which sulfates can do.) If you feel you need that extra moisture, you can do a pre-poo before you wash.
- Condition your hair after every wash. Deep conditioning treatments and leave in conditioners are also a great idea for damaged ends. For really deep conditioning, sit under a hooded dryer for 15-30 minutes with a plastic cap before rinsing.
- Use oils and products that promote growth and healthy hair like shea butter,argan oil and olive oil. These essential ingredients can impart shine and they also contain antioxidants and vitamins like A and E to help restore moisture, and promote elasticity and growth.
- Wrap your hair when you go to sleep or sleep on a satin pillowcase. This will protect your hair and help prevent pulling and breakage caused by other rougher fabrics.
- Avoid manipulation, heat and styling products as much as possible during your transition. Heat, styling products and manipulation can damage hair and you want your hair to remain as healthy as possible during your transition.
No matter how you go about it, transitioning your hair can be scary. If you go with the big chop, rock that short look with your own personal style whether it is with unique color or accessories or a little help from Pinterest! Give yourself a little love and give your hair some TLC with these natural hair care products and you’ll be well on your way being the naturalista you want to be in 2016.
Have you looked at down at your shower drain, brush or comb lately and what you saw there caused you to look for hair growth remedies? Hair loss can be concerning for both men and women, and can be frightening and unsightly. Women especially consider their hair to be a big part of their overall appearance. Nobody wants to suffer from hair loss, but if you are looking for hair growth remedies, we have two great sets of tips for you…feed your body and feed your hair with these great nutrients!
Feed Your Body
Protein – Since hair is made of mostly protein, it makes sense that you have to have a good amount of protein in your diet to grow new hair and prevent hair loss. Look for lean sources of protein like fish, chicken and pork to up your protein intake without increasing fat consumption.
Zinc – According to research from Columbia University Health Services, if you don’t have enough zinc in your diet you can suffer from hair loss.1 Look for foods from animal sources, including seafood and poultry.
B vitamins, including vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) are crucial to the health of skin, hair and eyes. You can add B vitamins to your diet with multivitamins or look for foods rich in vitamin B5, including animal proteins, and avocados, legumes, kale, broccoli, tomatoes, corn and brewer’s yeast. 2
Omega 3 fatty acids have long been hailed as healthy fats that are good for the heart and lowering your risk for heart disease. Omega 3s are also great for the health of your hair, promoting growth, elasticity, strength and shine. Look for omega 3 fatty acids in capsule form, fortified cereals, juices, dairy products and naturally in many fish, including fresh tuna, salmon and halibut. Here is a great Omega-3 fatty acid shopping list from WebMD. (source www.webmd.com)
Vitamin A &Vitamin C – Both vitamin A and vitamin C are essential for the health of your hair. Vitamin A contains antioxidants and helps to strengthen hair to prevent breakage. Look for Vitamin A in dark leafy greens, carrots, fish and tropical fruits. To help grow hair, make sure you have enough vitamin C in your diet. Vitamin C can be found in many fruits, including citrus fruits, watermelon, cantaloupe and mango.
Iron – if you are iron deficient, you may have noticed increased hair loss. Good sources of iron include shellfish, beef (especially liver) soybeans, lentils, and iron-fortified cereal.
Feed Your Hair
Milk Protein & Olive Oil – Help strengthen hair, restore shine and promote growth with nutrients found in olive oil and milk protein.
Omega 3 and Argan Oil – Omega 3 from the Sacha Inch nut from Peru and Argan Oil are a great combination to help provide brilliant shine while rebuilding, strengthening and protecting hair from within.
Protein-based deep conditioner – Using a protein-based deep conditioning treatment can help nourish your scalp, stop breakage and promote growth.
Hair loss can be concerning, but if you incorporate these hair growth remedies into your routine, you’ll be well on your way to healthier locks.
The summer is filled with days spent by the pool, at the beach or just being outside with friends and family. While summer time is great, it’s not always so great on our hair. All the chlorine, salt water, sun exposure and humidity causing frizz, come fall you may feel like you have damaged, worn out hair. With a little TLC you can Prevent damage to your hair. If you miss the TLC no worries. We also have tips to help repair your damaged hair in no time!
Hydrating Shampoos and Conditioners
The number one issue during the summer is style failure and poofiness. Hair that has not been conditioned properly leaves room for humidity to play havoc with hairstyles. Humidity affects hair in summer by adding moisture to the hair. In winter it removes moisture from the hair. A good regimen for preventing style failure in summer.
- Shampoo with moisture rich shampoo or co wash. ( relaxed or natural hair types.
- Deep condition to make sure that hair is moisturized well from the inside(cap or steam helps with deep conditioners 20-30 min.)
- Rinse well and use Milk & Olive Leave In for relaxed hair, or Shea Butter Leave In for non–relaxed hair. Leave in helps seal cuticle imbrications to hold moisture in longer.
- A few drops of oil will further seal the cuticle and prevent rapid moisture loss as well as provide a natural shine. Employing this regimen will help to prevent style failure, poofiness and frizz.
Another hair issue after the summer season is dryness. The sun exposure and air conditioning can pull moisture out of the hair. In addition, high humidity makes hair frizzier which means we’re reaching more and more for our flat irons. A good alternative is to find styles that defy humidity. Wrapping the hair will prevent over use of curling and flat irons. Not exposing already parched strands to even more heat damage. Incorporate hydrating shampoos and conditioners into your wash regimen to replace the moisture that you’re losing. Another prevention tip :Wrapping hair at night with three to five drops of oil. Sleep in a silk or satin scarf or wrap cap. For an extra layer of protection a satin pillow cover will prevent hair drying out at night. Wake up to shiny, silky hair.
Replace Lost Moisture from the Sun
Throughout the year it’s a good idea to periodically deep condition your year. This is even more true in the summer months when your hair is in dire need of a thirst quencher. If you find that your hair feels dry and brittle apply Intense Healing Mask. Using really deep conditioner once a week to put the moisture back in to the hair that was lost from sun exposure. If you find that that conditioners weigh your hair down or if your hair is fine, only apply the treatments from mid-shaft to the ends. Your hair is driest at the ends so show the ends a little more love and make sure to smush conditioner into the ends.
Tame the Frizz
It’s almost impossible to escape the humidity of summer, regardless of where you live. Humidity is no friend to anyone’s hair. How many times have you had a great hair day and walk outside to the hot, humid air and it turns to a giant frizz ball. In the summer months it’s especially important to apply a hair oil to minimize the frizz. Avoid oils that contain mineral oil or petroleum. Apply oils from mid strand to the ends.These multitasking products repair dry strands and help hair to look smooth and frizz-free. Apply product after shampoo and leave in conditioner,before styling to damp hair. It gives your hair a boost of shine and manageability.
Trim the Ends
After the summer months it’s a good idea to get a trim, especially if you did more heat styling to battle the humidity. The best way to combat damaged ends is to trim them. Without a trim they will just continue to split and this will lead to a more serious cut. Get a trim, freshen up your cut and you’ll feel a lot better. If you color your hair, you’ll probably need a color refresh too. The chlorine, sun and salt water can fade the color or turn it brassy. Another tip: if you are going to be in the sun a lot at beach and want to preserve your hair color, mix a little sunblock with distilled water and spritz onto hair. Also caps,hats and scarves help prevent severe color changes.
Repair your Damaged Hair
Summer time is fun but it can put a lot of stress on your hair and cause it to be dull, frizzy, dry and brittle. If you can, try and wear a hat when doing outdoor activities to protect your locks from the sun’s powerful rays. Hats aren’t for everyone, so try and take care of your tresses to keep them healthy and moisturized all summer long.
So, what’s all the hype surrounding sulfate-free hair care products these days? Do you really need to be sulfate-free with your hair care products? The answer is a resounding “YES!” Many hair care experts recommend that women who color their hair should incorporate sulfate-free hair care products into their regular hair care routine, but really any women wanting to improve the condition of their hair can benefit. In order to understand the benefits of sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners, you need to understand the science behind the hype.
SLS, or Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (and it’s many other names) is “an emulsifier and foaming agent commonly used in cosmetic products and industrial cleaners.” (source: Livestrong.com) You can find SLS in many common household cleaners, including laundry detergents, dish soaps, carpet cleaners, and stain removers. You can also find SLS in your hygiene products, like toothpaste and shampoo. SLS are present in our products because they are a cheap and effective foaming agent, giving your shampoo that thick, foamy lather. Now that you have the basics of sulfates, here are the top 4 reasons to go sulfate-free with your hair care products.
If You Suffer From Skin Or Scalp Sensitivities
Many, many people suffer from contact dermatitis caused by the products they use that come in contact with their skin. Sulfates can cause skin and eye irritation, and can bring about an itchy, dry scalp. If you notice these conditions after shampooing, you should most definitely try sulfate-free products.
If You Have Damaged Hair
If your hair is dry, brittle, breaking and has lost elasticity and shine no matter how much you condition it, then your shampoo may well be the culprit. Hair care products that contain sulfates can strip natural oils and moisture from your hair, leaving it dry, brittle and weak over time. If you find your hair to be damaged, give a sulfate-free shampoo a try.
If You Color Your Hair
Experts recommend that if you color you hair or get other chemical treatments like keratin, you should use a sulfate-free shampoo. Not only can sulfate-free products help to preserve your color or keratin treatment effects longer, they can help combat common problems like frizzand breakage that chemical treatments can cause.
If You Want To Improve The Softness Or Texture Of Your Hair
If you are longing for frizz-free, soft and resilient curls, then you should give sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner a try. Sulfate-free products can be less harsh on your hair, leaving the hair follicle’s natural moisture and oils intact and they can be less damaging to the hair cuticle, or outer layer. Products containing sulfates can dry out hair, strip it of its natural moisture and cause damage to the cuticle, which causes hair to lose its smooth texture, strength and shine.
Basically, if you want to improve the health of your hair, maintain your color, reduce frizz, combat dryness and breakage, and reduce chances of irritation to your skin and scalp, you should give sulfate-free hair care products a try.
Women around the world are finding the benefits of shopping for hair care brands online. Not only can you save yourself significant amounts of time and money, but you can also find great hair care brands specifically formulated for your natural hair that you might not find in stores. Let’s take a look at some common natural hair care concerns and what you should look for as you shop for hair care brands online.
The first step in finding hair care brands suited for your unique hair, is determining what exactly your hair care needs are. Do you have damaged hair due to chemical treatments, or harsh environmental factors such as heating? Is your hair frizzy, flyaway and generally difficult to control? Are you transitioning your hair, or looking to style your hair with twists, knots and braids? If you can first identify your hair care needs and styling habits, it will be easy to find the hair care brands online that best suit your needs.
Are you transitioning, or noticing breakage and shedding? This is a problem for so many women with natural hair. Experts recommend a deep conditioning treatment to penetrate deeply, repairing and smoothing damaged, brittle hair. Keep it natural with your ingredients too…look for natural oils and ingredients like shea butter to soften, hydrate, and moisturize your locks.
Many women have to combat frizz, especially during the hot, humid summer months. If you are trying to knock down the frizz factor, look for a product that has natural shine enhancers to add and seal in moisture, and give you shiny, radiant curls. If your hair is frizzy, flyaway and damaged, experts recommend a sulfate-free moisturizing shampoo,it won’t rob your hair of its natural moisture, strength and elasticity.
Transitioning hair can be challenging due to having two different textures on the same hair strand. There are many products specifically formulated for transitioning hair to help you through this phase. Look for moisturizing products that feed the needs of natural and relaxed hair. On wash day, look for aconditioning productwith natural ingredients to keep hair from drying and tangling. Make sure to includea for easier combing.
Styling Products For Natural Hair – Twists, Locks, Knots, and Braids
Looking to control your natural hair that seems to have a mind of its own? Many control products contain harsh ingredients like sulfates, colorants, parabens, or mineral oil. If you are looking for a product to control and define your hair, be sure to look for one that moisturizes with natural ingredients.
So, the next time you are temped to head out to a specialty store to shop for your hair care brands, save yourself some time and money and shop hair care brands online. We are M&M Products, an Atlanta-based hair and skin care company founded in 1973. We are dedicated to providing groundbreaking products, designed to revolutionize natural hair care around the world. Check us out online and shop from home for all of your hair and skin care needs, shipped right to your door!