Product Spotlight: Kevin Murphy Angel Wash

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Today we’re putting the spotlight on a hair care combo that has reached a cult status in our salons. Over the past year, Kevin.Murphy’s Angel.Wash and Angel.Rinse have become our most popular products, among our stylists and clients alike. The duo are the perfect cocktail for adding back moisture and volume to fine or damaged hair, whilst preventing colour fade. We also love the light citrusy scent from tangerine and grapefruit peel oil.


Angel Wash: Angel.Wash is sulphate and paraben free and leaves hair feeling soft, refreshed and revitalised. Containing a powerful blend of antioxidants to prevent colour fade, Angel.Wash also contains mango and cocoa butters, grapefruit, green-tea and lavender extracts and aloe esters to protect and repair hair. With added milk proteins for nourishment, Angel.Wash won’t strip the natural oils from your hair, controlling and smoothing out frizz. Our clients have called it their ‘holy grail’ shampoo, and we’re inclined to agree. 

Angel Rinse: Like its shampoo counterpart, Angel.Rinse is delicate enough for every-day use. Formulated to nourish fine, coloured hair, Angel.Rinse is free from parabens and sodium laurel sulfate and enriched with mango and cocoa butters and chamomile. Geranium flower oil gives your hair a natural shine and manageability, while olive oil esters work to repair damaged hair at a cellular level. Although the bottle recommends use for fine coloured hair, we’ve found that clients of all hair types rave about Angel.Rinse – remember that hair care is all about finding the product that works best for you. 
xo The Yots Team

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