SexyHair Launches CBD Haircare Line

The new collection is formulated with clean, vegan ingredients. Photo credit: SexyHair

SexyHair recently launched Calm SexyHair, a full haircare range using 99 percent pure CBD derived from the hemp flower. The five-product collection is formulated to soothe and strengthen hair from roots to ends and features a shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner, all-style dry-crème, and oil elixir. "At SexyHair, we are dedicated to bold new innovations and identifying the most impressive ingredients and products for our stylists and consumers," says SexyHair brand manager, Ashley LeRoy. "We worked with R&D for 18-months, tweaking formulas multiple times to create the most effective products for our users who are passionate about holistic wellness and beauty, at an affordable price point."

Calm SexyHair is created with CBD isolate derived from the hemp flower, which contains 99 percent pure CBD. The line also boasts a blend of avocado and macadamia cold-pressed oils packed full of vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids for added nourishment. These ingredients work together to help revitalize and strengthen strands while delivering soothing properties of CBD to the scalp. What's more, as a part of SexyHair's Sustainability is Sexy initiative, which pledges to reduce plastic waste by keeping 452,000 pounds of plastic out of landfills each year with sustainable PCR packaging, the new Calm SexyHair bottles are made with up to 95 percent PCR (Post Consumer Resin).


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