Beauty & Fashion

Natural care for ethnic hair

Natural care for ethnic hair

Kinky, curly Afro hair has its own set of needs, with moisture and growth typically posing a challenge. Until now, that is.

Wellness Warehouse, South Africa’s leading niche health and wellness retailer representing a healthy lifestyle has all the products you need to take care of your fro.

Enter Native Child, a locally developed natural range developed specifically for ethnic hair. The brand agrees with us that Mother Nature knows best, and uses only natural and safe plant-based ingredients in its cruelty-free range.

Moisturising Shampoo

A sulfate- and silicon-free shampoo that gently cleanses without stripping hair of its natural oils.

Deep Conditioner

A sulphate- and paraben-free conditioner that rehydrates and strengthens hair, leaving it soft and manageable.

Grapeseed Oil

A lightweight natural sealant that locks in moisture, combats dandruff and dry scalp conditions, and improves hair strength.

Whipped Shea Butter Cream

An all-natural cream that offers ongoing moisture and can be used for curl definition in Bantu knots and twist-out styles.

To keep up to date with news from Wellness Warehouse and to receive information on this month’s deals, visit www.wellnesswarehouse.com or follow @wellnews on Twitter or like @wellnesswarehouse on Facebook and Instagram

 

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