3 Products To Repair And Nourish Your Curls

3 Products To Repair And Nourish Your Curls

 Damaged curls and hair loss can be a big issue for many curly girls, especially during winter. Let’s tackle the dryness together so you can achieve the healthiest, most beautiful curls you’ve dreamed of, whatever the weather.

Nourish And Prevent

Nourishment is key to preventing hair loss. Try our Miracle Maca Moisture Balm, either as a pre-poo treatment or as a curl refresher. The miracle in the balm is the Maca root extract which is known to encourage hair growth. 

Start Nourishing

Split your curls into four sections and smooth 1-2 pumps of Miracle Maca Moisture Balm onto your hair and scalp. Leave overnight and complete your wash day routine as normal. For optimal results, we recommend repeating this treatment one a week. Scrunching 1-2 pumps of Miracle Maca Moisture Balm into your curls, as your daily refresher will also improve and maintain curl health. 


Repair and Moisturise 

If your curls are dry, damaged and looking dull, the Quinoa Repair Deep Conditioner is a must have during this time of year. 

Start Repairing

Smooth 1-2 pumps of Quinoa Repair Deep Conditioner onto the mid shaft to ends of your curls then leave on for 3-10 minutes while the conditioner works to repair your hair. Detangle, rinse and complete your usual styling routine to reveal soft, healthy curls. 

Add Shine and Hydrate

If you want to fight hair loss, improve condition and add shine to your curls, the Inca Radiance Smoothing Elixir is perfect for you. 

Ready to Shine?

Add 2-3 drops of Inca Radiance Smoothing Elixir to your Quinoa Repair Deep Conditioner and leave on for 10 minutes. This extra-deep treatment will nourish your curls and tackle any hair care issues. Coarser curl types can scrunch 1-2 pumps into dry curls or as a finishing product to your styling routine. The elixir will absorb in beautifully without weighing down your curls. 

Fall in love with your curls this winter with these three curl treatments.


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