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Now that the holidays are soon approaching, self-care should be prioritized. Self-care for me means nourishing my body with healthy foods, getting enough sleep, exercising regularly, managing my stress, and occasionally treating myself. I’ve even grown to view taking a shower as a self-care ritual, using scented body washes, bath scrubs, and luxurious products for my hair to invigorate my senses, and keep me in a present-state of mind. One lens through which I also view self-care is ensuring that the products I’m using on my skin and in my hair are healthy and nourishing. With that, I wanted to share with you a brand I both admire and trust, and one that offers a range of botanical hair, bath, & body care products – Avalon Organics®.
I’ve recently started using their Soothing Moisturize Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil shampoo & conditioner (purchased at my local Whole Foods), and I’m a big fan. It’s formulated for dry hair (which is definitely needed during these cold months), and includes a medley of Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil, Green Tea and Quinoa Extract that helps to calm and soothe my scalp. You only need a small amount of this too to reap its generous effects! There’s something about the way it calms my scalp as I rub the products into my hair that is both relaxing as well as nourishing. My hair also tends to become damaged more easily in the winter months with the harsh cold weather, so using Avalon’s cannabis sativa seed oil products definitely help to moisturize and protect my hair!
Using Avalon’s shampoo and conditioner isn’t just about cleansing my hair, it’s truly become a part of my self-care ritual. Avalon is also a cruelty-free company, meaning they don’t test their products or ingredients on animals. They also are passionate about sustainability, which is why they only use certified organic ingredients, and have even implemented initiatives around eco-friendly packaging. The formula is biodegradable and the bottles are made from 100% recycled materials.