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Not really Your Mother’s Natural Line is Coming

Not really Your Mother’s Natural Line is Coming

Listen, with the dry winter season approaching, making use of hair-care products loaded with ingredients that hydrate dry, overworked hair is a should. Thank God one of our drugstore favorites, Not Your own Mother’s, is launching Not really Your Mother’ s Natural , a new plant-derived range designed to cure our hair-care woes. We can finally cease spending every second in front of a humidifier. Believe myself, I’ ve tried it and the results were short-lived.

Next year the brand will release— await it— 13 new products within four categories that tackle different hair types and needs. There’s something for everybody: The Tahitian Gardenia Flower & Mango Butter selection is great for the curly girls; the Coconut Milk & African Marula Tree Oil for those in need of intense hydration; the Royal Honey & Kalahari Desert Melon Restoration + Protect for damaged hair desperate for regeneration; and lastly, Linseed Chia Blend & French Plum Seed Essential oil Volume Boost for the fine-haired gals. See, I alerted you.


Perhaps you have checked out these hair-care lines? You’ll love them:

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Each of the formulas are usually free of parabens, sulfates, silicone, and synthetic dyes, so that you don’ t have that unnecessary dryness from severe chemicals. We can’ t predict whether Not Your own Mother’ s Natural will be as popular as the brand’ s

or Way to Grow leave-in conditioner, but we’ re just happy Not Your Mother’s recognizes our own need for frizz-free, humidity resistance hair.

The products launch next year in Ulta Beauty and Walgreens for only $9 each, so be sure to mark your own calendars and schedule some quality hair washing period. We can’ t wait to dive in plus try these new products.

Speaking of natural, have you tried Ayesha Curry’s organic DO-IT-YOURSELF tea?

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