Healthy Hair ; Healthier life.

Nov 29, 2017

I spend much of my time outside and around Texas explorin'. While it's all fun and I love the life its provided takin' care of myself can be challenin' at times. Good chunks at a time I either live out of my car or hop from state park to state park, hotel room to hotel room. Just the realities of bein' on that Texas road photogrpahin' and writtin' I suppose.   Not only do I spend much time away from home but Texas is hot. Real hot. Even in the Fall. We all know it, and we Texas have come to just deal. But, it isn't always easy. Especially for someone like me who not only has short hair that coils and afros but that stays unnaturally dry thanks to a pesky autoimmune problem. Findin' a product that doesn't leave my hair more dehydrated than the Texas Panhandle but also cleans is always a struggle. 

A few years ago I went natural in an effort to help correct some of this. I try my best to leave harsh chemicals and sulfates out of the products I use on not only my hair by my skin as well. And with as much time as I spend out in nature and the Texas sun/ heat, it is much needed.

I was recently able to try Everyone balance shampoo and conditioner and to say I was skeptical is an understatement. Everyone products are not only cruelty-free but gluten and GMO-free as well as sulfate free. They are plant-based. I know, I know that's a mouthful.

Well, I was much surprised when I found they didn't leave my hair dry but instead it felt nourished. I just came from campin' and hikin' in The Texas Panhandle at Palo Duro Canyon, and I purposely waited to wash my hair so I could try everyone products. I was entirely grossed and pleased with how brown the water. My hair even felt weightless afterward which I always love. The lovely smells great for aromatherapy don't hurt either.

I have to say I'm more than pleased and can't wait to pick up some more shampoo at Walmart to take with me on my next campin' trip.


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