Original Sprout Hair Care Products Review

Original Sprout
Original Sprout actually works!
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by: @demigoddesschronicle

Brassy Hair

During lockdown, I colored my own hair and toned it. But, it was too brassy and it left my hair damaged. I also love to swim with my niece’s and nephews. By the end of the summer, our hair is dry and brittle from chlorine. So, I am always looking for products that invigorate our damaged locks. I called my friend and she introduced me to a top hairstylist from Santa Barbara who is also a mom. Not only did she repair our hair but she also introduced me to some really great products that she actually created in her home after many parents were asking her for detangling and styling advice. It’s called Original Sprout and it has grown into the leading trusted collection of soothing shampoos, conditioners, styling and body care products for the entire family. Who knew?!

Original Sprout
Worry Free Original Sprout Shampoo and Conditioner is a must have this summer!

I live consciously and aim to contribute my energy into making the world a better place so I make sure to pay attention to ingredients and all. Original Sprout is made with ingredients that are safe to use on sensitive skin for the entire family.

Original Sprout

I love finding products that actually work!  Each and every product from Original Sprout delivers safe, vegan, cruelty free formulas free of harmful parabens, phthalates, sulfates and gluten. Since it was created by a loving mom who wants the best for her family, I feel confident knowing that this line of  hair products are coming from a good place.

Hair Detangler

My favorite is the miracle detangler. I think this is by far the most superior detangler on the market. It makes combing long hair easy and it doesn’t leave my hair greasy. It has a smooth and shiny finish and smells great too. It’s my “go to” that I use after swimming. Highly recommended!

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About Lizzy Klein 5 Articles
Rochelle Klein a.k.a. "Lizzy" is a journalist and singer/songwriter from Afro-Cuban-American descent. She was raised in Miami and educated at The University of Florida. She received her B.A. in political science and studied music at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. She also writes music columns for tourism companies that feature prominent Caribbean acts. "I'm passionate about fashion, music and politics. I love singing and writing my own songs and playing my bongo's, debating or listening to podcasts."

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