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Natural Salon Part I: Ingredients to Look For

Come with us to Manhattan for a tour of natural hair care with one of the industry’s leading experts. Learn why caring for hair naturally is beneficial and what plant-based ingredients to look for depending on hair type: curly, straight or color-treated. John Masters has been a leader and innovator in the beauty care industry for more than 15 years. He is founder of John Masters Organics personal care products and salon in New York City.

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Molly says …

Great video!

Sam says …

Great info promoting natural hair care, I look forward to trying the John Masters products.

Kee says …

Very cool to see inside John Masters salon. Keep up the great coverage.

Amy says …

Nice video. I love the idea of Avocado helping my hair!

Keith says …

John Masters rocks, thanks for taking us inside the salon.

Ann says …

My favorite ingredient is lavendar.. I love the scent (I can't stand "perfumey" scents)!

Yyeres says …

Avocado sounds good, thanks for the pocast!

Linda says …

I like the use of natural ingrediants such as aloe vera, vitamins, essential oils, and plant oils instead of harsh ingredients. The John Masters products sound like a refreshing change from what I have used in the past.

Sam says …

Great to see inside the studio. Thanks for the insider look at a great Master!

Monica says …

Great stuff, natural hair care is the way to go.

Wendy says …

Great hair care video.

Sue says …

Great to see the studio.

Marcy says …

Great video!

Micky says …

Nice one thanks for sharing!

Steph. says …

Nice seeing these products in action!

Nancy says …

Very Cool. Great products.

Jodi says …

The avocado oil sounds perfect for my curly dry hair.

Monalds le Georgie says …

Evening primrose oil. I love lavender as well.

Nessy says …

Avocado oil is so nice.

brianpiero says …

Apple Cider Vinegar: a great natural remedy for itchy scalp & dandruff.

Patricia says …

I love all things involving green tea, but I would like to try the avocado oil.

BB says …

I really like the smell of lavender so I would like the detangler with essential oils.

emc says …

I have curly hair and I'm always searching for the 'perfect' product...Avocado sparked an interest!

Amira says …

i have used evening primrose before and loved it, i would love to try this shampoo

Klp says …

i love the smell oof avacado

MassFoodie says …

Avocado and witch hazel would be great. AC Vinegar may be a great scalp remedy but I can't stand the smell.

Michelle says …

Soy -- the superman of foods and, apparently, haircare! I'm from Texas, so flat hair just won't do!

Bean says …

Since I have fine, limp hair, I think the idea of silk as a primary ingredient is terrific!! Thank you

Purango says …

jojoba oil, avocodo oil and green tea seem to be good for your whole body

Purango says …

Wow - this looks like a great line of products! The ingredients I need for my hairtype (limp) is proteins, such as soy, silk & Vitamin B5. Thanks for the great podcast!

angie k says …

Jojoba oil and Green tea sound delightful

MageMorgana says …

Sounds like lavender or avocado would be good choices for me ;)

Heather says …

Love the avocado! So excited about this!

donna says …

avocado please

Megan B says …

avocado oil and lavender! Oh and also green tea...the list is endless. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Annemarie says …

Avacodo would do wonders for my hair.

Melissa says …

Wow! I could really use this for my frizzy mess I call hair:) Yay avacado!

TINK says …

Avocado is my most fav! thanks

SweetChick says …

Proteins of Silk, Soy and Vitamin B5 are what im most interested in. Sounds like an excellent product line for my limp, color treated hair. thanks for the podcast

vidomich@yahoo.com says …

Aloe Vera and Seaweed help color treated hair.

penguin says …

Green Tea sounds very nourishing for hair.

BakersDozen says …

Aloe Vera and Seaweed help color treated hair.

80sGirl says …

I like that essential oils provide a good conditioning source for curly hair. The rosemary is my favorite natural hair care ingredient. This is a great giveaway and I really hope I win as I think some of these products would really help my hair look better. Thanks for the opportunity.

robbie says …

Avocado definitely

Lora says …

Great idea, taking us on an inside view of this great Salon. I've used some of his products and have always enjoyed the end result.

Olivia says …

I enjoyed this video and it fits well in the theme of natural health care. I look forward to more.

Jeanie says …

I really enjoyed the Natural Salon Part 1 video. Straight forward information, naming ingredients and how they work on the hair. My Mom told me about apple cider vinegar years ago. Thank you.

Francie says …

Great video, very informative! I Have used his silk protein styling gel and anti- frizz serum and would recommend those to anyone!

tracy sered says …

I am looking for a safe at-home hair color kit to cover grey hair -- do you sell any? can you start including this in your stores? I live in Colorado springs, Co. and am desperately seeking a solution to the horrible, ammonia smell following regular hair dyes. Please help!

Nikki - Community Moderator says …

@TRACY - Most of our stores should have items available in their Whole Body department. Check with your local store for details. You can search for a location near you in Colorado at http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/list.

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