Keep Your Hair Healthier For A LOT Longer With This Awesome Shampoo

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We like to think that our bodies can tolerate any amount of abuse. And we test those limits by doing things like eating wild amounts of pizza or baking in the sun for hours at a time. Normally, the first point any critical type will make is that these things are terrible for your skin, and they're of course right. But have you given any thought to how your unhealthy habits might be affecting the future of your hair? Probably not — we sure didn’t!
Now that you're thinking about it, though, possibly you're interested in a solution? We got you. Introducing Invati, a new product line from Aveda that promises to reduce hair loss by 33% and claims to help you hold on to the voluminous nature of youthful hair.
Finding its roots in a 5,000-year-old Indian healing tradition, Invanti is made from 97% naturally-derived ingredients, including a mix of traditional Indian herbs, to help invigorate the scalp and its follicles. The three Invanti products comprise of an exfoliating shampoo, thickening conditioner, and scalp revitalizer — all designed with the intention of removing unhealthy buildup and reducing the rate of hair loss. We also found that it makes a killer volumizer for when your locks are looking a little limp and need to be refreshed. The Aveda product formulas were created in consultation with renowned traditional-medicine doctors from India, who worked with Aveda’s Botanical Laboratory.
And that's why you don’t have to travel to India to get your hands on this new miracle product. The Palms Hotel & Spa already has Invanti in stock. And if you just want to try it, simply book a blowout and the salon stylists will happily wash your hair with it. Growing pains not included.
Photo: Courtesy of Aveda.

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