Healthy Hair Holiday Must-Have’s

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It’s that time of year. Time to get your “it’s just what I wanted” face ready.

Let’s be real, sometimes the best gifts we receive during the holidays are the one’s we give ourselves. That’s why I put together this list of my healthy hair holiday must-have’s! They’re my pantry and bathroom essentials that help support healthy hair growth. I added a few indulgent items too (like the Harmonic Hair Oil) in case you’ve been extra good this year.

Woman's hand holding a glass cosmetic bottle over a basin filled with flowers
 
 

 

Hair Nourishing Pantry Essentials:

 

Hair Care Must-Have’s:

 

Now that I’ve gotten you into the holiday shopping spirit, join me for a rendition of one of my favorite songs: “Here comes Amazon, Here comes Amazon, Right down my driveway.” Ha, ha, ha (actually, ho, ho, ho).

 

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