I am always looking for products that will benefit my crazy mane of hair...it seems like since I have been in Tucson, AZ my hair has become so dry and lifeless...it's products like the Carbon Neutral Beauty company created by Celeb colorist from UK with a well-known family in the hair business, Louise Galvin that makes me feel at ease about my hair. I don't want to just keep using so many products with alcohol because that just adds to the dryness of my hair. With these products, I am assured that my hair will benefit because the ingredients used are natural. With these products I am also assured that no animals have been tested on to ensure that my well-being will be tampered with. And, in all honesty, who wants to know that there might be an ingredient in your hair product that could effect you negatively?
Funny enough...I am really drawn to packaging and The Carbon Neutral Company catches my interest not only by the focus of the company, but that they keep the look enchanting as well. I love the Renaissance-inspired motif of winding vines that suggests freedom, strength, romance and sensuality.
Interesting quote from creator, Galvin, "Silicone causes build up as it attracts dirt and pollution and eventually it will cause a film over hair that causes dullness. " I didn't know this, but it doesn't make me feel comfortable about all of the products I have already used in my hair with who knows what in them.
Galvin states that she does use, "ximenia oil (seaside plum) which African women use to condition their hair and acts like a natural silicone." If African women use ingredients like this, my hair is going to be great!
Exciting side not to this company--Galvin also has a product for curly hair, which I am always looking for called, Sacred Locks---I have to try this!
This is hopefully the future of hair care---all natural...We need to avoid the use of unnatural products on our bodies...there can be no benefit to this...help support businesses like this so it can become a consistent pattern in the hair and beauty industries.