Treat Your Tresses
Shampoos to Nourish Your Hair




Mirai Purifying and Deodorizing Shampoo
$35

Japanese persimmon extract is the key ingredient in this shampoo for reducing odors in your hair and from your scalp. With camellia oil to condition and Japanese pine extract for foaming action, you'll have have fresh, clean hair without synthetic fragrances or dyes.


Green People Quinoa and Artichoke
$26.50

While it sounds like something that should be on your plate instead of your hair, quinoa protein gives your hair more shine while the artichokes work to keep you hair frizz-free. It's natural and organic with a light herbal scent but, more importantly, it'll leave your hair shiny and smooth.


ACURE Mega Moisture 2-in-1 Shampoo+Conditioner
$20

Many 2-in-1 shampoos can leave your hair feeling a little limp but this organic shampoo balances the cleaning and the conditioning so this doesn't happen. You just end up with hair that's soft and full.


Dr. Marder Total Relief Shampoo
$30

You can't just use any shampoo if you have scalp problems and those that are out there either smell horrible or don't really help. This shampoo takes care of both of those issues. It has hydrocortisone to calm your scalp, caffeine to stimulate hair growth and coconut oil to moisturize.  Plus, it smells great.


BCL Naturals Intense Hydration
$12.50

You can get spa-like treatment for dull, frizzy hair at home with this shampoo. Certified organic lavender and avocado oil moisturize and add shine while organic carrot seed oil protects.  You'll definitely notice a difference after using it. It's also color safe.




JADE Magazine
MAR+APR 2017


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