Lush has just launched an exciting new line of products designed to cater to afro hair. The Lush HairLab team have worked with Afro Hair Care specialist Sarah Sango to create and curate the products, inspired by family recipes and years of experience.
The products include a co-wash, two conditioners and three styling products all formulated to address the needs of afro-textured hair and available to buy from Friday 13 November.
Sarah described the range as: "Family inspired recipes, made with natural ingredients that love on the curls and coils of Afro hair," continuing: "When I look at these six products sitting together, I think joyous thoughts, knowing from cleansing to defining my style there is finally an Afro Hair Care range available for the community in every Lush store.
"Our ‘Fro’s are worn in different shapes and sizes. Hair grows up, out, and down. On Monday I might install my lace front, on Friday Box braids down to the ground. The styles are endless so you can imagine how many more products can be created. Afro hair is a journey, and mine with Lush is just getting started."
Afro hair is often fragile and needs a lot of love and attention, it's particularly at risk form some of the harsh or damaging chemicals in big brand hair products. That's why natural ranges like this one from Lush are so important for afro hair.
The solid bar Avocado Co-Wash, is packed with vitamins A, B, C and E, and proteins, lecithin and potassium which Lush says help to condition and deeply moisturise the hair while gently cleansing.
The intensive reparative Power Conditioner, promises to moisturise and thicken for volume and body while the Glory Conditioner is designed to deeply moisturise with magnesium-rich okra gel. The third conditioner, Super Milk Conditioning Spray, is made with almond, coconut & oat milks in a lightweight spray promising hydration and definition when used as a refresher spray or a leave-in.
BUY NOW Glory Conditioner, Lush, £10, 95g
For the styling products, Renee’s Hair Souffle Hair and Scalp Oil, is based on Sarah's sister Renee's recipe that she would make from shea butter a friend brought her from Ghana. The family recipe is now available to everyone and can be used as a leave-in lotion or scalp oil.
Last but not least Curl Power is described as a protein-rich hair cream with linseed gel and molasses to moisturise and define curls offering hold and protective hydration.
You can shop the products and watch videos on how to use them HERE
And can find out more about Sarah and the range HERE
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