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MassFoodie says ...
Avocado and witch hazel would be great. AC Vinegar may be a great scalp remedy but I can't stand the smell.
08/04/2008 5:37:38 PM CDT
Michelle says ...
Soy -- the superman of foods and, apparently, haircare! I'm from Texas, so flat hair just won't do!
08/04/2008 5:38:35 PM CDT
Bean says ...
Since I have fine, limp hair, I think the idea of silk as a primary ingredient is terrific!! Thank you
08/04/2008 5:39:34 PM CDT
Purango says ...
jojoba oil, avocodo oil and green tea seem to be good for your whole body
08/04/2008 5:40:23 PM CDT
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!
08/04/2008 5:41:13 PM CDT
angie k says ...
Jojoba oil and Green tea sound delightful
08/04/2008 5:42:25 PM CDT
MageMorgana says ...
Sounds like lavender or avocado would be good choices for me ;)
08/05/2008 1:23:19 AM CDT
Heather says ...
Love the avocado! So excited about this!
08/05/2008 1:24:29 AM CDT
donna says ...
avocado please
08/05/2008 1:25:39 AM CDT
Megan B says ...
avocado oil and lavender! Oh and also green tea...the list is endless. Thanks for a great giveaway!
08/05/2008 1:26:29 AM CDT
Annemarie says ...
Avacodo would do wonders for my hair.
08/05/2008 1:27:28 AM CDT
Melissa says ...
Wow! I could really use this for my frizzy mess I call hair:) Yay avacado!
08/05/2008 9:49:49 AM CDT
TINK says ...
Avocado is my most fav! thanks
08/05/2008 9:50:54 AM CDT
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
08/05/2008 9:51:56 AM CDT
vidomich@yahoo.com says ...
Aloe Vera and Seaweed help color treated hair.
08/05/2008 9:52:38 AM CDT
penguin says ...
Green Tea sounds very nourishing for hair.
08/05/2008 9:53:33 AM CDT
BakersDozen says ...
Aloe Vera and Seaweed help color treated hair.
08/05/2008 10:08:41 AM CDT
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.
08/05/2008 10:09:27 AM CDT
robbie says ...
Avocado definitely
08/05/2008 10:10:49 AM CDT
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.
08/05/2008 3:17:33 PM CDT
Olivia says ...
I enjoyed this video and it fits well in the theme of natural health care. I look forward to more.
08/05/2008 3:27:27 PM CDT
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.
06/05/2010 8:41:07 PM CDT
Francie says ...
Great video, very informative! I Have used his silk protein styling gel and anti- frizz serum and would recommend those to anyone!
03/26/2011 5:40:15 PM CDT
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!
01/27/2014 2:15:47 PM CST
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.
01/27/2014 5:50:57 PM CST

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