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WELLNESS | ORGANIC SALON

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EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE WITH INSPIRE, AN ORGANIC SALON

By Kathleen Lauer

June/July 2017

A routine visit to the hair salon can leave you with an irritated scalp and damaged ends. Treating your hair needs with products containing synthetic ingredients could be leaving your hair in worse condition than before your appointment. The toxic chemicals found in most salon products could be contributing to these problems and putting you more at risk to migraines, breast cancer, and reproductive issues to name a few.

With the combined power of organic ingredients and plant sciences, you can achieve the hair of your dreams. Though the newest chemical-ridden hair product may produce shine or curl in the short-term, regular use usually causes long-term damage. However, organic hair products avoid harsh elements, gradually nourishing your hair to its healthiest state. At Inspire, we believe everything we put in AND on our bodies must be nutritious and safe. By skipping harsh chemicals, organic hair and skin products are simply better for you.

From using biodegradable or reusable fi lm in place of standard foils, to choosing products packaged in recycled materials and manufactured with wind-powered energy, Inspire is taking every step imaginable to be yours in service for a greener, more sustainable planet.

Inspire, an Organic Salon 11089 Resort Road | Suite 203 | Ellicott City, MD 21042 410-750-7270 | www.inspiresalonmd.com

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