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Maple Holistics Hydrate Shampoo Review

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I love the smell of lavender and it's soothing, healing, properties. Not that fake old lady perfume lavender smell, I'm talking about real lavender from the plant. If you love the smell and healing actions of lavender too, you are going to love Hydrate Shampoo from Maple Holistics! 

Maple Holistics is an organic, natural, holistic company offering hair care, skin care, bath & body, personal care products, even health food. Their Hydrate shampoo is designed to help heal dry itchy scalp and moisturize hair.
maple holistics hydrate moisture control shampoo
It's a rich pearly shampoo 
maple holistics hydrate moisture control shampoo
containing certified organic lavender oil, silk peptides, jojoba oil and almond oil plus carrot and parsley seed to help heal itchy dry scalp by removing dead cell build up on the scalp and promoting proper skin cell growth. Lavender is not only healing for the skin and treatment of dandruff, it promotes sleep. I frequently put a few drops of lavender essential in a glass dish beside my bed to help me sleep better. This product is perfect for an evening shower and shampoo.

Besides the lavender smell, this is a great all natural shampoo that lathers up really great. It works well on my thick hair leaving it feeling super clean, looking shiny smooth and my scalp seems a little less dry. I always recommend using a conditioner after shampooing your hair. Try the Maple Holistics Silk 18 conditioner to soften hair and add shine with a vanilla scent. Maple Holistics products are made in the USA, are sulfate free, paraben free and safe for color treated hair. And you know it's cruelty free if I'm using it!

What the difference between dandruff and dry scalp?

Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Lauroamphoacetate, Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate, Sodium Lauryl Glucoside Carboxylate, Lauryl Glucoside, Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Acrylates Copolymer, Coco-Glucoside, Glyceryl Oleate, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Glyceryl Caprylate, Glycerin, Sodium PCA, D-Panthenol, Prunus dulcis (Almond) Oil, Botanical Keratin, Prunus persica (Peach Kernel) Oil, Silk Peptide (Silk Amino Acids), Lavendula angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Daucus carota (Carrot) Oil, Petroselinum sativum (Parsley Seed) Oil.
An 8 ounce bottle sells for $11.95 and a 10 ounce bottle sells for $12.95. 

There are lots of other shampoo and conditioner options if the lavender scent isn't your thing, argan oil, sage or tea tree to name a few. Maple Holistics also makes it risk free to try a product by offering their 100% money-back guarantee and free samplesTake a look at the Maple Holistics website for information and to shop for Hydrate Shampoo and other products.

Have a Beautiful Day!

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