Glorious Summer Hair

June 22, 2017

Glorious Summer Hair

Summer Hair


We all love the summer. It is a time for outdoor activities and the sun – oh GLORIOUS! But did you know that your skin is not the only thing that needs protection from the sun’s harmful rays? That’s right, you hair needs protection too! The sun damages your hair just as it does your skin, and needs protection.


How does one protect our hair, you might ask?


Cover up – by wearing a hat. Hats provide protection from the damaging effects of the sun. Not only does this shade your face, chest and neck areas – it also covers your hair (and scalp). Big floppy hats can be fun, and can also reduce the radiant heat that is felt from the sun.

Moisturize regularly – by using Mia’s Lovely Locks Hair Masque. Our pH Balanced with an ultra-moisturizing formulation that leaves hair feeling smooth, silky and full of body. 86% organic content. Paraben Free, Sulfate Free, Phthalate Free, Vegan.

Get to the Root of Moisture Treatment – Mia’s Lovely Locks Oil Therapy for Hair supports the hair with nourishment and deep conditioning. Great as a leave in treatment to provide added protection throughout the day! Paraben Free, Phthalate Free, Vegan.

#MiasLovelyLocks, #MiasNatureTherapy

Part of the Roots of Hair Care Series.


Photo Courtesy of ISO Republic




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