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Gold Argan Oil
pura d'or

Gold Argan Oil

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VeganCruelty-freeGluten-FreeParaben-Free
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What It IsPure, Natural and Organic. PURA D’OR 100% Argan Oil works on skin, scalp, and hair to nourish strands, moisturize dry scalp, tame flyaways, and add sheen to hair. Derived from the nutrient-rich Argan trees of Morocco, PURA D’OR Argan Oil is a natural moisturizer free from harsh chemicals and rich in fatty acids known for its intense moisturizing properties for skin and hair.  This pure Organic Argan Oil helps relieve dry skin with deep hydration – improving the appearance of elasticity, and softening the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Free from harsh chemicals, environmentally responsible, hypo-allergenic, vegan, and cruelty free. Packaging may vary. This Product is Great For: Softens the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles Helps moisturize dry scalp Reduces appearance of scarring and stretch marks Creates softer-feeling skin Balances moisture and nutrients of hair and skin Improves the look of dry, damaged hair Description 100% PURE.  100% Pure Organic Argan Oil. Cold pressed, unrefined with no chemicals added. Exceptional Quality.  This 100% Argan Oil is manufactured using the highest industry standards. Body, Hair and Face Therapy.  This pure, natural, organic oil softens the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, relieves dry scalp, and balances moisture and nutrient content of the skin. Gentle, Yet Effective.  Specially formulated to effectively target all hair, scalp and skin types. Gentle enough for daily use. Science + Nature.  All PURA D’OR formulas combine science and nature to deliver transformative hair and skin therapy. USDA Organic. Pesticide-Free. No SLS (Sulfates). No Parabens. No Artificial Colorants. No Synthetic Fragrances. No Harmful Chemicals, Gluten Free. Hypo-Allergenic. Made in Morocco. Color Safe.

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Rehydrating Colored/Highlighting Hair Pt 2
Rehydrating Colored/Highlighting Hair Pt 2
Alright! Here’s Part 2 tips to rehydrating Color-treated/Highlighted dry hair! 1. Prepare to Revamp Your Haircare Routine! No, you don’t have to toss everything you have and buy all sorts of new things. On our first post, we talked about washing your hair less. Here’s how that can impact the products you choose/already have. When you wash your hair less, you’ll see more oil production on your scale and the rest of your hair. If you have a multitude of heavy hydrating/silicone based products and you continue to use them, you might start to get more build up on your scalp. Explore haircare products that may be lighter with their hydration. Do keep at least one product that is deep conditioning and use as needed or less of it as you go. More oil production/change + extra products that all focus on hydration/smoothing when your scalp is already trying to give you the oil that you need = more weight on your hair and possible extra build up. Hopefully, that makes sense. Now remember everyone is different, this is just based on my experience. What you can do is focus your haircare on “clarifying” the scalp (getting a shampoo that cleans the hair but not strip all the oils out of it. This is to avoid product build up for the time being. The bottle doesn’t have to say clarifying but do watch out for SLS, or sister ingredients similar to it. I absolutely prefer shampoos WITHOUT Sodium Lauryl Sulfate(SLS), as this is too harsh on the hair. This is an ingredient that is located everywhere, even dish soap). The photo shows a shampoo bar that I’ve been using and it’s awesome! You’ll have to find it on Etsy though. It’s 10 bucks and I’m still on my first bar! Focus on only cleaning the scalp area. The rest of whatever shampoo you use/have on your head will clean the middle to ends of your hair as you rinse it out. This will help avoid stripping the oils from your ends. As your hair grows and goes farther away from the scalp, the less oil there is in those areas. 2. Spot Treating With Hydrating Products I use a shampoo bar, conditioner bar, and an occasional leave in conditioner or hydration oil for “spot treatment”. Not every strand of hair is created equal. You may notice in some area you may have more damage, frizz, or dryness than others. The top of your hair may be nice and healthy and then the bottom might look like a rats nest. There’s no problem to that, but you may be a great candidate for “spot treatment”. Spot treatment is just adding a little bit of love to those specific areas that might need an extra bit of help. Experiment with different types of oils to use on your hair for extra hydration and focus it on areas that are more dry. I use pura d'or - Gold Argan Oil The oil may not be for you if you feel like it just “sits” on top of your hair rather than drying with it. Be mindful not to use to much either.
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