Nadia Aboulhosn: Hair Food

Nourishment is really the perfect way to describe my 2020. I’ve slowed down to really pay
attention to myself. It was needed and long overdue. I’m talking mentally, physically,
emotionally. ALL OF IT. Truly nourishing myself in every way possible and that even includes
my hair. Below are a few things I do to make sure my hair is living her best life:

1. I stopped washing my hair every single day. 

2. I’m using Hair Food Organics Coconut Oil & Dragon Fruit Shampoo and Conditioner. This
line is made with 70% organic ingredients, free of sulfates, parabens, dyes, silicones, and
synthetic fragrances. It’s also Cruelty-Free. I picked mine up at Costco where the collection is
exclusively available at select locations and online.

3. I’m waiting longer in-between lifting and coloring my hair.

4. I make sure to get a trim every 3 months. 

I can’t stress enough how different your hair feels once you eliminate all of the harsh chemicals.
A few years back when I had my hair down to my low back, it was almost impossible to
regularly brush my hair straight out of the shower. You could literally feel the build up on my
hair. Ever since then, I knew how crucial it is to use products that are truly good for you. I’m
happy I have that with Hair Food’s Organic line. 
Have you guys ever tried Hair Food products? I’m really loving this shampoo and conditioner,
especially since I lifted my hair recently. I’m anxious to try their hair masks and oils. You guys can check out Hair Food HERE!

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