Here comes the first lesson on how you can improve the condition of your hair care routine.

Co-Wash: Wait…..what??

If you haven’t heard of or you caught yourself wondering what the mysterious name of co-wash means for your hair and your scalp, we are here to disclose the secrets.

Co-wash is an ultimate ultra-hydrating conditioner wash that gently cleanses and removes impurities without stripping hair of natural oils.

But does it mean No Shampoo, only Conditioner?

Have you seen you hair dry, without energy and glow, especially after color or keratin treatment, and you have no idea how to get it back on track? Co-Wash can be the answer. While keeping the shampoo+conditioner 1-2-3 times a week routine, co-washing in between can help retain the moisture and balance of the hair. Especially, when you have textured/curly hair with the tendency to get dried at the endings, extra dose of natural oil will keep the hair strong, hydrated and will protect against any additional hair damage.

How often the co-washing should take place, it is a very individual thing depending on your hair type, scalp tendency to build up and the feeling your hair gives you once co-washed. Some ladies even skip shampoo-conditioner combo and go only with co-washing, because of the right moisture and gentle cleanse it leaves. We recommend by using only co-washing, try weekly or bi-weekly clarify the hair and scalp with a gentle shampoo to remove any extra build-up and impurities from your skin and hair.

Roses & Almonds’ Selection

Our choice at Roses & Almonds is Briogeo’s Be Gentle, Be Kind Co-Wash, due to its super-hero ingredients like aloe vera, quinoa, shea butter and avocado oil which keeps your hair and scalp hydrated, soft and silk. As all Briogeo’s products, this co-wash is formulated without  sulfates, parabens, phthalates, silicones, DEA, and synthetic dyes. Moreover, it is vegan, cruelty-free and gluten-free <3

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