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Naturally Great Hair

by Madison Ruggieri on April 22, 2010.

Want natural without losing luxury?  Let us introduce you to Apivita’s Propoline Shampoos and Conditioners, natural products with benefits for you and the environment.  Apivita’s hair care line is derived from natural and organic Greek plant extracts like honey, rosemary, chamomile, and tea tree oil.  They leave out the harsh chemicals, foaming agents, and preservatives found in most hair products, and all products are paraben, propylene glycol and silicone free, and never tested on animals.  Their products are straight forward and formulated to the needs of each hair type.  We like that these shampoos and conditioners are gentle yet get the job done.  Plus, they smell like the extracts inside.  No artificial, perfume-y scents.  This Earth Day, if you’re looking to make your grooming routine a healthier one for yourself and the planet, check out Apivita’s Propoline Shampoos and Conditioners at The Motley.Apivita Propoline products:

-paraben, propylene glycol and silicone free

-no artificial fragrances

-not tested on animals

In Store:

Baxter of California Grooming Lotion Baxter of California Grooming Lotion
$20.00
A light hold, low shine lotion that gives hair and beards manageability and softness.
The Motley Palo Santo Anniversary-Edition Cologne The Motley Palo Santo Anniversary-Edition Cologne
$120.00
Deep smoky wood notes, with a hint of suede and sweetness, make this fragrance bold and intriguing. Suede adds a warm sensuousness.
Oak Street Magazine No 3 Oak Street Magazine No 3
$12.00
Published by Frank & Oak, Oak Street Magazine explores the interaction between media, culture and community. Artists, thinkers and entrepreneurs share their stories about how to.
Jack Black Oil-Free Sun Guard Sunscreen SPF 45 Jack Black Oil-Free Sun Guard Sunscreen SPF 45
$21.00
This vitamin-enriched, oil-free, very water- and sweat-resistant lotion offers superior broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection and absorbs quickly without greasy or heavy residue.

Madison Ruggieri

Director of Editorial for The Motley. Los Angeles native. A fan of Tolstoy, Tina Fey and the Rolling Stones.