Seed Phytonutrients & Haircare For People Who Care

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The natural beauty brand, Seed Phytonutrients is the perfect blend of sustainability, nutrient rich, green beauty. This brand sprouted from a desire to change the beauty industry’s impact on the environment and it represents a more eco-friendly means of consuming beauty products. All of their packaging is 100% recyclable (everything from the bottle to the pump!) and its sourced from paper scraps, newspaper, cardboard etc. In addition, this brand is very resourceful in how it gathers its ingredients as well. The extensive list of seeds used in their products are sourced by American, organic farmers. These farmers use a cold-pressed, nutrient-rich approach when extracting oil from the seeds which helps retain more of the antioxidants.

I have found their skincare products to be very gentle and hydrating on my skin and I enjoy using their haircare products alike. It is important to note, that both their hair and skincare products are safe to use for those with sensitive skin.

Two ingredients that are used in many shampoos are sodium laurel sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES). These chemicals are very harmful and they’re approved by the FDA. Seed Phytonutrents on the other hand does not include these harsh chemicals in their products, so if you have sensitive skin like me, you can shout “hallelujah!”

Probably one of the most attractive aspects about this brand to me, is the fact that they put so much care into their products when making them. From the very beginning the process is a labor of love, and its great to see how those benefits manifest into my skin and haircare routines. 

Go Shop Seed Phytonutrients, if you’re into Haircare for People who Care.

Kaci Gregory is an account executive at IHeartmedia. She graduated from Muhlenberg College with a double major in Media & Communications and French & Francophone studies in 2018 and spends her free time working out, spending time with friends and blogging about positivity! Because of her interest in women's studies, diversity and her passion for cosmetics and fashion, she founded the blog "She's Debonnaire." Her objective is to facilitate dialogue among women on issues related to gender, race, culture, and sexuality and how they impact perceptions of beauty.

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