You’ve Got to Try These Whole Foods Hair Products
Latest posts by Kelsi Zimmerman (see all)
- Our 11 Fave Grungy ’90s Hairstyles From Teen Angst Movies - October 9, 2019
- Tips to Start Your Own Haircare Line From 3 Major Founders - September 29, 2019
- 5 Celeb Hairstylists Talk About Their Worst Childhood Haircut - September 26, 2019
Whether you’re an avid Whole Foods shopper or you just stop in every now and then to pick up some Halo Top Ice Cream, you’re probably familiar with the feel good shopping experience that you get from browsing the aisles of the trendy grocery store. However, the organic groceries aren’t the store’s only highlight–the Whole Foods hair products aisle is like an untapped gold mind. Just like their selection of food, the retailer offers a variety of hair products packed with ingredients that are good for both your hair and wallet.
To get you hip, we’ve rounded up the best Whole Foods hair products to scoop up the next time you’re in store. The best part? Thanks to Amazon’s recent acquisition of Whole Foods, pretty soon you might just be able to get the products delivered via Amazon Prime. Fingers crossed!
3. Earth Science Natural Olive + Avocado Hair Masque: $9.99
The combination of olive and avocado oils in this masque will leave your strands well nourished, smooth and shiny and for a price that is much more attainable than it’s high-end counterparts.
The Honest Company Honest Detangler Sweet Orange Vanilla: $5.99
Detanglers aren’t just for kid’s anymore with The Honest Company’s sweet orange vanilla detangler. The plant-based, vegan leave-in conditioner will gently separate strands to eliminate tangles and will leave hair feeling and smelling fresh.
John Masters Organics Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray With Lavender: $17.99
John Masters’ is an organic hair product mane master, as he has been making organic products for the past 20 years. His sea salt spray is one of the most coveted products, and for a good reason. The spray delivers the beach waves look providing your locks with natural texture, light hold and a lavender scent.
Acure Dry Shampoo: $9.99
The only thing better than discovering a great new dry shampoo, is discovering one that is vegan, cruelty-free and safe for color treated hair.
Giovanni L.A. Hold Hair Spritz Maximum Hold: $8.99
While natural hairsprays are hard to come by, Giovanni L.A.’s hair spritz is a non-aerosol spray that certainly gets the job done. The spray gives major hold while infusing the strands with vitamins and nutrients for healthy, shiny hair.