Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Review: Ivy & Elder Wear The Wind Wave Spray #ivyandelderbeauty #wearthewind #wavespray
(product photo courtesy of www.ivyandelder.com)
4 fl.oz./118mL $24.00
Ivy & Elder is an upcoming brand that believes in clean products without any parabens, sulfates, biotoxins, ecotoxins, phthalates, petrochemicals, silicones, sulfates, and fragrances. They refer to sources such as the Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) and the Environmental Working Group (EWG) to carefully select their ingredients. They look for sustainable ingredients that are EcoCert verified, especially when sourcing from vulnerable regions such as the Amazon. The products are vegan and not tested on animals.
They make two products right now and I am testing both of them. Today I will be reviewing their Wear The Wind Wave Spray. It is a spray that is applied to the hair to give wonderful frizz-free waves to the hair that are reminiscent of the beach. Wear the Wind creates loose and lightly polished waves with anti-frizz conditioning for naturally wavy or heat-styled hair. It has ultra-light smoothing properties that works great on normal-to-fine hair. And it is safe on chemically treated and highlighted hair. What are the ingredients in Wear The Wind that help create waves and help condition the hair? Hawthorn Berry helps protect hair from UV rays and improves hair elasticity to minimize breakage. Aloe Vera conditions and moisturizes hair while adding beautiful shine. Finally, a Tridecane-Undecane blend, which is coconut derived and from a green chemistry breakthrough, is a silicone alternative that weightlessly smooths frizziness even in high humidity environments.
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