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Our Five Favorite Organic Hair Products

Our Favorite Organic Hair Products

Get Beautiful, Healthy Hair…Naturally!

One Google search on “harmful ingredients in beauty products” may cause you to reevaluate your fav hair products. But take heart, with so many fabulous organic hair products, you can enjoy fabulous results and healthy ingredients. Check out our top five favorites and find an organic approach to your beauty regime. Origins Ginger Up Shampoo organic shampoo paraben sulfate free

Ginger Up Shampoo is free of parabens, petroleum, and synthetic fragrances. Its wheat protein and panthenol work to protect and repair hair leaving it smooth and shiny. The ginger helps to stimulate hair growth and its antiseptic properties help to combat dandruff. The fresh scent and tingling sensation make this shampoo a true spa experience.

Morroco Method Chi Instant Hair Conditioner, organic conditioner for hair and scalp

Morrocco Method Chi Instant Hair Conditioner made by Morrocco Method Int’l, is made with all organic ingredients from botanicals and herbs to marine proteins that help to revitalize your hair and scalp. Apply to hair and scalp after shampooing, leave in for 3 to 15 minutes and rinse out. This light weight formula doesn’t weigh down fine hair, while helping with detangling. Too often we neglect the health of our scalp, but Chi Instant Hair Conditioner not only rejuvenates hair but it nourishes the scalp, helping to balance your natural oil production.

Aubrey Organics Shine Conditioning Spray vegan styling spray with conditioner

Aubrey Organics Shine Conditioner Spray promotes softness and manageability while white camellia replenishes moisture and revives dry hair and scalp. Apply conditioner spray on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning. Not only does the Shine conditioner replenish hair, but it doubles as a styling spray as herbal gums and Vitamin B5 ingredients promote body. To top it off, the jasmine fragrance is out of this world!Aveda Phomollient Styling Foam a volumizing mousse for fine hair promotes softness and manageability while white camellia replenishes moisture and revives dry hair and scalp. Apply conditioner spray on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning. Not only does the Shine conditioner replenish hair, but it doubles as a styling spray as herbal gums and Vitamin B5 ingredients promote body. To top it off, the jasmine fragrance is out of this world!

Aveda Phomollient Styling Foam gives weightless volume and shine and is made with certified organic botanical ingredients. Simply apply to towel dried hair and style. Organic honey works as a natural humectant while vitamins, minerals, and amino acids moisturize and soften hair. Because of its nourishing ingredients, Aveda’s styling foam not only gives body, but detangles and reduces fly away’s too. Bottom line? Phomollient Styling Foam is Phantastic!

Organic Excellence Wild Mint Stying Spray

Organic Excellence Mint Styling Spray offers an alcohol free formula that provides lasting hold without drying hair out. Its nourishing ingredients include vegetable protein, panthenol, lavender, rosemary, and grape seed extract. Spray works best on dry hair, but can be used on damp hair as a styling aid. Organic Excellence’s styling spray is no extra hold aerosol hairspray, but it definitely provides manageability and flexible staying power without all the harsh ingredients.

Hairstyle Blog contributing author Lindsay Hausch
Contributing author Lindsay Hausch has provided clients with professional cutting edge color and cutting techniques at exclusive Paul Mitchell and Bumble and Bumble Signature Salons for the past seven years. She co-founded Sedona Beauty Team, which represents a team of artists that offer luxury, on-location beauty services. She enjoys writing articles that share her expertise. You can follow Lindsay on Twitter and FaceBook.

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