Rucker Roots 4 -Step Natural Smoothing System
In our search for new lines to share with our readers we found an all-natural, vegan and organic hair care system that actually embraces heat styles! Despite there being many who oppose applying heat, Rucker Roots has found there to be a great need for products that help achieve sleek styles and they founders are determined to dispel myths about heat styling and provide options for women to achieve many styles.
Follow these 4 steps to achieve healthy, sleek and glamorous styles
Step 1–Shampoo – apply shampoo to hair and gently lather with water
Rucker Roots Smoothing Sulfate – Free Shampoo is infused with nutrients and vitamins essential for strong, lustrous, growing hair. This Shampoo is infused with Ginger, Carrot, and Turnip Root Oils as well as Shea Butter, Argan Oil, Coconut Oil, and Amino Acids. 8.0 oz.
Step 2 –Conditioner – apply conditioner to wet hair and gently work throughout
Rucker Roots Detangling Conditioner infused with nutrients and vitamins essential for strong, lustrous, growing hair leaving your hair soft and manageable. This Detangling Conditioner will leave your hair manageable for styling. 8.0 oz.
Step 3 – Serum – apply oil lightly throughout hair
Rucker Roots Anti- Frizz Silkening Growth Serum infused with nutrients and vitamins, which stimulate growth and add a finishing sheen to any style. This Lightweight Oil Based formula will help silkening any hairstyle. 4.0 oz.
Step 4 – Heat Protectant – spray throughout hair before applying hear
Rucker Roots Leave-In Heat Protectant infused with nutrients and vitamins, which protect hair from the heat of styling tools. This Heat Protectant is water-based product that will not weigh the hair down. 4.0 oz.
- Made In The USA
- Cruelty Free
- Packing made from 100% recycled plastics
- 100% Vegan
- Family Owned
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