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New Year, New You: Healthy Hair Products at Whole Body

Let's start fresh in the new year by taking better care of ourselves from the inside out. And one of the best places to shop for natural and organic beauty, bath and hair products is at Whole Body by Whole Foods Market.

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Everything She Wants recently perused the aisles at a Whole Body in New York City in search of new hair products and this is what we found:

WiseWays Herbals Goldilocks Hair Oil ($10): The great thing about Whole Body is that you'll discover products you've never seen before.  We were looking for a hair growth stimulating oil, and Voila, we found this one containing extracts of organic Basil, Nettle & Rosemary Leaf, Lavender Flower & Burdock Root, and Jojoba and Coconut oils.

Giovanni Eco Chic Hair Care ($8.99): Formulated especially for dry, damaged hair, the 2chic Avocado & Olive Oil Ultra-Moist Shampoo, Conditioner and Deep Deep Moisture Hair Mask will leave your hair feeling soft and silky smooth and looking healthier than ever.  We've tried the products and love 'em.


Natural hair products we found at Whole Body by Whole Foods Market./Photo by Tracy E. Hopkins

Avalon Organics Scalp Treatment Tea Tree ($10.50): This shampoo and conditioner are infused with Aloe and vitamins to soothe skin irritation for lasting scalp comfort and strong, shiny and nourished hair. We like to tingly feeling from the tea tree oil.  Try using the conditioner as a deep treatment and leave it on for 45 minutes under a shower cap.

Beautiful Curls Shea Butter Curl Activating products ($12 - $14): Beautiful Curls sulfate-free Shea Butter Curl Activating Shampoo and Curl Activating Cream have received rave reviews for use on curly to kinky hair types.  We have them in our beauty closet and they're next on our "to try" list.



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