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A crowning glory with honey

13 Dec

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A woman’s hair is said to be a woman’s crowning glory. When the hairstyle changes the image changes. This is why you can see women who consistently style their hairs form once a year to once a month; getting perms, rebonds, locks, colors etc. In return the hair becomes frizzy, dry and filled with fighting split ends – all results of an abused and damaged hair. Women today are introduced to a wide variety of fashion trends to follow in styling their once virgin hairs and in result damages happen. Salons offer different types of treatment for each problem hot oils, keratin treatments, hair spas and the like. Out of desperation most clients see these as an easy catch of a helping hand not seeing the time and cost spent on treatments that give gradual effects. To give justice to your once beautiful hairs without that much waste of hours and resources Lush released just the right treatment for all hair types.

Lush’s Fair Trade Honey Shampoo is filled with big amounts of honey to keep your hair perfectly silky and shiny. Honey has a chemical ingredient that restores damaged hair, it gives additional balance and life to hair strands who once lost it. Lush intends to give women the right treatment that will be easy and safe for everyday use with its natural ingredients. Fair Trade Honey shampoo contains honey, Linseed mucilage added to smoothen and moisturize hair, neroli a plant oil that gives sweet aroma to the mixture, bergamot for scalp care and geranium oils for the relaxing feel. Lush Fair Trade Honey shampoo has got it all for women who are in bad need of a hair treatment.  You don’t really need to go to salon every week to have a hair treatment when all you need is the best formula to use everyday for better and faster results for your hair damage.

If your hair stresses you right now try Lush’s offer today and give back life to that crowning glory!

Image via Skin deep Beauty Blog

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Posted by on December 13, 2012 in Beauty

 

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