Natural Products From Head To Toe – Curl Again

Natural Products From Head To Toe

Posted by Rhonda DeYampert on

Curl Again Natural Hair Growth Scalp and Body Care

We got you covered from the top of your head to your sweet little toes...

Bentonite Clay Hair and Scalp Detox - give curls a fresh start with this 8 oz hair "mud" masque made with bentonite and kaolin clay to remove impurities from scalp and clarify hair. 

Hair Buttah Creme - whipped to perfection made with mango, coconut and essentials oils that will keep your hair sealed with moisturized for days. You will loveee the delicious smell and the deep shine and softness. 4 oz

Nourishing Hair Oil - this light natural hair oil is filled with the goodness of sunflower, avacodo and olive oils which penetrate hair shaft for a deep long lasting shine and luster that wont leave hair feeling greasy. 4 oz

Flax Seed Gel - made the traditional way, this real flax seed gel imparts moisture and fantastic hold without the crunch. You will love your frizz free hair style that lasts for dayyyys. We added natural healthy essential oils and conditioners to keep this freshly made product fresh up to 6 months in fridge. 8 oz pump

6 Piece Natural Hair Growth Bundle - Now available with the Hair Buttah Creme. As always, you get a better value on all Curl Again sets.

Luxe Body Butters - Choose from two delicious "flavors" Cocoa Creme de Menthe (chocolaty minty) and sweet Candy Cane (a combination of candy cane and cotton candy). These irresistable whipped with butters contains oils that melt in your skin leaving it smooth and soft all day and night!

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