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YHS Releases Organic Oils Styling Elixir

Michaela Kwoka-Coleman | August 17, 2017 | 4:33 PM
YHS Tropical Elixir courtesy of YHS.

Alan Benfield Bush has researched and created Your Haircare System with a Tropical Elixir as an innovative new multi-purpose professional hair color enhancer, protector, conditioner, shine therapy, styling and texturizing product.

“With a comprehensive certified organic blend of about 20 essential oils, we have created a unique new oil to maintain hair in its best possible condition with maximum shine and to protect hair color,” Bush said. “These lightweight exotic tropical elixir oils are rich in Vitamin E, minerals, antioxidants, proteins, and essential fatty acids. It helps hair to improve your hair color service treatments. YHS Tropical Elixir protects color-treated hair from excessive fading and damage. It adds a beautiful shine that leaves the hair with a lustrous and smooth finish; by locking in extra moisture. It is activated to effectively penetrate into the cortex of the hair shaft, while protecting the cuticle.”

The product can be used on dry or wet hair for styling and added texture, and helps reduce the time needed to blow dry hair.  

Tropical Elixir will be kept as an exclusive professional salon product with no diversion to retail outlets.

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