There’s only one house where high-end haircare for curly, coiled, and relaxed hair exists–Phyto Specific Paris on Lexington Avenue in New York City.
Recently, I made my way inside this incredible universe of product. The high-end company launched their newest product, Phyto Specific Baobab oil (3.3 oz, $40) – a multi-use, lightweight oil for hair and body that regenerates and hydrates. Used on your hands, it moisturizes them beautifully. Used on your hair, it can be used as a pre-shampoo treatment or use it as a finishing styling product. This is how I came to realize that this product belongs in every girl’s hair care arsenal.
As the leader in hair and scalp health, Phyto Specific was developed in Paris by hair stylist Mr. Patrick Alès along with Dr. Fatou-Batchily Plat and is the premiere botanical brand that formulates products that improve and maintain superior curly hair condition.
Beauties, you’re gonna love Baobab oil. It is rich in fatty acids which nourishes and contains Roucou Karaja Oil which protects your manes, be it natural or added on, against sun damage.
Incidentally, this product is fantastic for keeping ashy-everything away. Available at Sephora, Ulta, Fine Salons or http://www.phytospecific-usa.com. I approve!
And because I know you’re dying to visit Phyto Specific Paris, check them out inside of Phyto Universe on 58th and Lexington Avenue in New York City.
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