These Rahua products smells fresh, and leaves my hair bouncing…. So, why don’t you start your day with these organic Rahua hair products? Lavender and eucalyptus calm and relax the senses, while Lemongrass and Green tea create body, volume and bounce without compromising the integrity of the hair.
The shampoo does not work up a lot of lather, but cleans without irritating your scalp, leaving it shiny and full. Rahua products are perfect if you have dry, damaged hair. The added Citric juices break down oils extending time between washes.
You won’t need any dry shampoo. Ungurahua oil is rich in Omega-9 and helps to restore, heal, moisturize and strengthen hair follicles and shaft, resulting in stronger, healthier hair. Rahua’s Voluminous Conditioner with Jojoba moisturizes and nourishes your hair.
Interesting… The name comes from the Rahua nut, as the oil extracted from the nut penetrates into the shaft of each hair strand and rebuilds any damage. Works wonders for color-treated hair and African-American hair.
The best part? Rahua products are organic, free of parabens and sulfates, and 100% natural.
Tip: Use a pea size of the conditioner as a styling cream to prevent frizzy hair…
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Ingredients Rahua Voluminous shampoo: purified water, certified organic herbal water of green tea, honeysuckle and raspberry leaf, organic aloe vera, shea betaine, coconut betaine, vegetable glycerin, sea salt, caprylic fatty acid, wheat protein amino acid, corn amino acids, vitamin E, ungurahua oil, rahua nut oil, lecithin, palo santo oil, panthenol, oat protein, and citric acid.Ingredients Rahua Voluminous conditioner: purified water, certified organic herbal water of green tea, honeysuckle and raspberry leaf, organic aloe vera, colza oil, vegetable glycerin, stearalkonium chloride, jojoba oil, vegetable glyeryl stearate, rice wax, shea butter, caprylic fatty acid, wheat protein, corn amino acids, ungurahua oil, rahua nut oil, vitamin E, lecithin, palo santo oil, panthenol, oat protein, glycine amino acid, and molasses extract.
By Amanda Rijff