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Well here’s a selfie that’s not so hot! This is an up-close snapshot of your hair when exposed to chemicals in your traditional shampoos. This snapshot exposes the breakage and damage for what it is. Maybe after seeing this picture you can understand why your hair is so frizzy! If every strand of your hair looks like this, how are you supposed to have a fabulous head of hair? We can help with that…

Well here’s a selfie that’s not so hot! This is an up-close snapshot of your hair when exposed to chemicals in your traditional shampoos. This snapshot exposes the breakage and damage for what it is. Maybe after seeing this picture you can understand why your hair is so frizzy! If every strand of your hair looks like this, how are you supposed to have a fabulous head of hair? We can help with that…

Numbers are believable but your shampoo is not! There are some serious chemicals in your shampoo...so serious that they are also used to get out week old stains and dirt splattered on your car. Yeap! The same chemicals used in your shampoo are found in car soap and clothing detergent...why are you washing your hair with them? If these chemicals can remove stain and dirt, what are they removing from your hair?! We’ll tell you what: all of the natural oils that you NEED!

Numbers are believable but your shampoo is not! There are some serious chemicals in your shampoo...so serious that they are also used to get out week old stains and dirt splattered on your car. Yeap! The same chemicals used in your shampoo are found in car soap and clothing detergent...why are you washing your hair with them? If these chemicals can remove stain and dirt, what are they removing from your hair?! We’ll tell you what: all of the natural oils that you NEED!

There is science behind your frizzy hair! Each hair strand has three layers: the cuticle, cortex and the medulla. The cuticle is the protective layer of your hair and when exposed to chemicals, is the first part to protect the inner portion of the hair shaft. However, when overly exposed to chemicals, the cuticle also loses its natural oils and breaks exposing the inner portion of the hair shaft to chemicals and damage which can lead to breakage.

There is science behind your frizzy hair! Each hair strand has three layers: the cuticle, cortex and the medulla. The cuticle is the protective layer of your hair and when exposed to chemicals, is the first part to protect the inner portion of the hair shaft. However, when overly exposed to chemicals, the cuticle also loses its natural oils and breaks exposing the inner portion of the hair shaft to chemicals and damage which can lead to breakage.

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