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Keeping Hair Healthy During Transitional Seasons

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As the season transitions from winter to spring, here's two lines of hair care products that can help keep hair healthy as the weather goes up and down.

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John Masters Organics
Their lavender & avocado intensive conditioner (7 oz.) combines 10 certified-organic plant extracts and oils to bring intense moisture, added volume and shine to hair made dull and lifeless from too much travel. For severely damaged hair, try the combination of linolenic and hyaluronic acids present in their honey & hibiscus hair reconstructor (4 oz.) to restore one's hair and scalp. Also, their 100% Argan Oil (2 oz.) works on both hair and skin to tame frizzy hair while also reducing blemishes, fine lines and the appearance of wrinkles.

These hair care products use organic and all-natural botanicals that are consciously sourced and responsibly harvested. To keep one's hair clean while on the go, pick up their travel bundle which consists of Feed Your Volume shampoo (2 oz.), Feed Your Volume conditioner (2 oz.) and a 1oz. selection of their various hair serums. Also, add their styling pack, which consists of 2 oz. sizes of Feed Your Ends Leave in conditioner, Feed Your Roots mousse, and Feed Your Hold hair spray.


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