The Benefits of the Moroccan Lava Clay Shampoo and Conditioner

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As you walk into the beauty supply to stock on your hair products. Naturally, you end up picking a more popular brand, but then, you remembered what you read on one the internet. Carcinogenic chemicals that a lot of companies added in products that could potentially cause great harm to your health. "Seems like this isn't the best choice for me", you think to yourself. Why? The products contained quite a bit of the chemicals you were warned about. Another bottled is chosen. The chemicals aren't as bad, but there is still you still don't know what to use. So what did you do? You pick up...ANOTHER ONE.

Oh, the horror! Purchasing products have now become another stress in your life and it does not have to be. Granted, not all chemicals in these products are harmful. To clear some of the confusion, I must admit to some things. To extend the shelf life, a stabilizing agent must be used, otherwise harmful bacteria and mold will manifest. There are solidifying agents, surfactants, emulsifiers and a plethora of other components to a product that must be use for desired results. However, My Tamed Mane is here to put those worries to rest. Why? We have the solution.

Our products are free of silicones, sulfates, phthalate, parabens, formaldehyde, and many other carcinogenic chemicals. 

Morrocan Lava Clay Cleansing Shampoo 

This shampoo was made to cleanse and thicken the hair. How so? Moroccan Lava Clay has three properties that make it amazing: 1) it removes dirt buildup, 2) doesn't strip the hair of its natural oils, and 3) it binds with water molecules to enhance moisture. Moroccan Lava Clay – also known as Rhassoul Clay or Ghassoul Clay – is mined from the Atlas Mountains in Eastern MoroccoCottonseed Protein is another key ingredient that strengthens the hair and increases hair growth. This protein boosts your scalps immunity, fighting off bacteria that can lead to thinning or hair loss. Speaking of hair loss, our shampoo includes a concentrated dose of Ginseng Extract. A study was conducted to test the benefits of using Ginseng Extract on hair and it proved that it grows hair significantly and fights hair loss.  

Moroccan Lava Clay Revitalizing Conditioner 

White Nettle Flower Extract is a key ingredient that in re-growth of lost hair and also helps in restoring the original hair color. Pea Protein is a necessity because our hair needs protein to stay healthy. Without hydration, hair is less flexible and thus more prone to breakage. The protein slows down the loss of water from hair and keeps hair hydrated along with Moroccan Lava Clay. Remember, the clay has the ability to leave your natural oils intact and add moisture to your hair, not take away from it. This duo is meant for those who want to have thicker, healthier hair. It's a perfect deep conditioning treatment and immediately softens the hair. 

As a professional in my craft and lover of great products, My Tamed Mane's Moroccan Lava Clay Shampoo and Conditioner is perfect for all hair types and all ages. From personal use, my hair is soft, defined, and moisturized. For my loc clients, I can be confident that the shampoo thoroughly cleansed each loc. The cleansing shampoo penetrates even the grimiest of hair, leaving the conditioner to replenish, soften, and moisturize each and every strand. 

 

Reminder: The ingredients used to create these products are natural formulations, using superior oils and butters, beneficial antioxidants, therapeutic botanicals, and key active ingredients that are far from ordinary. 

 

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