Summer Curls - Trepadora Products which Contain Natural SPF

Summer Curls - Trepadora Products which Contain Natural SPF

*This information is for hair care only. Please be responsible and use a tried and tested sun cream with a suitable SPF for your skin. 

Getting ready for summer with the prospect of beautiful sunny weather near or far is such a happy time of year! 

Now when it comes to skincare we are usually pretty organised. SPF for face and body followed by a good aftersun to re-hydrate, but what about your hair? Well the Trepadora brand is at least 96% naturally derived and a lot of those ingredients chosen contain natural sun protection factor because of the high levels of antioxidants.  

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has been used for thousands of years for skin and hair protection. When applied topically it's natural anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties will detoxify the outer layers of your skin or hair. This will help to avoid the harmful chemical reaction these toxins can have when exposed to the suns UV rays. 

Trepadora products containing Coconut Oil

All our cleansers, conditioners and treatments contain Coconut Oil.  

Buriti Fruit Oil

Rich in pigments like carotene and other antioxidants, this oil can offer efficient sun protection.

Trepadora Inca Radiance Smoothing Elixir contains Buriti Fruit Oil. Apply to hair before and after sun bathing, at the pool or on the beach. Being 100% natural this oil is amazing for the skin so take this product with you as a hair treatment and aftersun product for your face and body.  

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil has a high proportion of mono-saturated fats in it. These fats form a protective layer against the sun.  

Trepadora products containing Avocado Oil

Hibiscus Pink Cleansing Clay-Wash

Coconut Almond Smoothing Conditioner

Avocado Kokum Curl Defining Smoothie

Enjoy the sunshine, and please tag us in any of your holiday snaps using Trepadora on our Facebook page or Instagram. Buen Viaje!


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