Solu Sea Salt

Solu Sea Salt Scrub

Natasha Davines World News

Solu sea saltThis week we’re looking at Davines’ Solu Sea Salt Scrub. Our favourite sustainable beauty brand has launched a new scalp scrub and we think it’s the perfect summer product for your clients. If you’re not familiar with scalp scrubs then listen closely because we’ve found out all from Davines and you won’t be disappointed! 
Skin scrubs have been around for years so Davines did some research and found that more and more people are concerned about the effects of pollution on their scalp and hair so they created a solution. Solu Sea Salt promises to stimulate circulation and give the hair a deep cleanse. We’re sure your clients will love the results of clean, pollution-free hair. Plus, we’ve also been told that by using a scrub to remove pollution particles, hair remains younger as the quality of hair fibres is preserved. Nice! 
The best part of the scrub is that it can be used on all hair types. So you won’t have to go out of your way to test different products for your clients. So what’s inside?
Key ingredients include: 

  • Sea Salt: Provides a deep exfoliating action
  • Beet sugar extract: To moisturise and condition 
  • Jojoba scrubbing beads: Removes impurities from the scalp and hair

Davines recommend applying the product to wet hair and gently massaging the paste-like formula until it builds a lather. After washing, follow up with a nourishing mask or conditioner. Davines recommend using the scrub every two to three washes for healthy, happy hair.

Read more from Davines HERE


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