DevaCurlHow to Quit Shampoo: The Original Cleanse & Condition Curl Kit
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What it is: A trio of hair essentials to help you kick lather to the curb for healthier-looking curls, featuring a shampoo, conditioner, and mini DevaTowel™.
What it is formulated to do: No-Poo® Zero Lather Conditioning Cleanser is DevaCurl’s original, bestselling cleanser. The moisturizing, non-lathering formula with peppermint and grapeseed oil stimulates and cleans the scalp and hairwithout stripping away the natural oils your curls need. One Condition Daily Cream Conditioner locks in moisture for healthy-looking hair. The rich, creamy formula is made with moisturizing olive oil and nourishing botanicals to deliver softness and hydration. DevaTowel Mini Anti-Frizz Microfiber Towel has a smooth microfiber texture that dries curls while enhancing curl shape without causing frizz.
This set contains: - 8 oz/ 236 mL No-Poo Original - 8 oz/ 236 mL One Condition Original - DevaTowel
What it is formulated WITHOUT: - Parabens - Sulfates
What else you need to know: These products do not contain silicone. Tip: throw out your shampoo. Ditching traditional shampoo, which strips essential natural oils from the hair, is the first step to creating soft, frizz-free curls.
Suggested Usage: -Use your hands to work No-Poo® vigorously through your hair and massage it evenly over the scalp. -Repeat the same vigorous motion you used to apply No-Poo, as the water runs over your curls. -Add a blast of moisture to your curls with One Condition. -Scrunch your hair with the microfiber DevaTowel™ Mini to remove excess water without causing frizz.
No-Poo® Original: -Peppermint Oil: Moisturizes and stimulates the scalp. -Wheat Amino Acids: Strengthen and reduce frizz. -Grapeseed Oil: Adds shine and luster.
Ask a curly girl about her hair, and she’ll tell you about her life. DevaCurl have spent two decades at the center of this conversation. It’s curly. It’s complicated. It’s fun.DevaCurl started out as a salon in New York City's Soho district in 1994 with stylists specially trained in the art of textured hair.