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What does “CO-WASH” mean?

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Many people ask me to enlighten them on this term. The simplest definition is it means to wash or cleanse your hair with conditioner! Yup that’s right..

Believe it or not some conditioners actually have cleansing agents in them. This allows a person to cleanse the hair without stripping the moisture out the hair. However, even if you co-wash your hair on a regular, you still need to shampoo with a gentle clarifying shampoo to remove product build up.

Heavenly Enhanced has a great co-wash, aka cleansing conditioner, called moisture cleansED - hydrating cleansing conditioner. This ultra creamy conditioner contains eleven botanical extracts to provide maximum hydration and slip for easy combing. Detangles, boosts curls and reduces frizz. Great for all curl types. It’s a 3-in-1 cleanser, conditioner & leave-in conditioner.

We also have a gentle clarifying shampoo called invigoratED- botanical clarifying shampoo.
It’s Peppermint and Tea Tree Oils, thoroughly cleanses while healing and invigorating the scalp. The rich lather removes excess oils and product build-up. Helps strengthen hair while improving body and shine.

Both are available for purchase at www.heavenlyenhanced.com

~Stephanie Renise

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