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Eufora Fortifi Review

by Adventures in Green Living.

I’ve been using Eufora products for 3+ years now- having been introduced to their company through a local salon. After my daughter was born, it was time for a haircut! I’d been having a lot of post-baby hair loss and was really starting to worry about it. Due to my infrequent haircuts(two a year?) and the texture of my hair(a little wavy/coarse/dry), my stylist recommended trying Eufora’s Moisture Cleanse shampoo and conditioner. In the past I’ve found certain big brand products to really strip my hair and dry it out terribly. Eufora did not do this and I was pleasantly surprised at the condition of my hair when it was time for the next haircut. No split ends were in sight! My hair loss had also slowed considerably.

Who is Eufora?
Eufora was founded about 10 years ago by Don and Beth Bewley. Don, a 30-year veteran of the salon professional industry and recognized as having one of the top 5 retailing salons in North America, became frustrated at the lack of quality products available. Eufora was born to offer salon stylists and their clients products that are top-notch and ‘People and Planet Friendly.’ Instead of the usual water, you’ll find certified organic Aloe Vera as the first ingredient. Eufora has also signed the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, pledging not to use chemicals like phthalates, petrochemicals, parabens and sulfates. The FDA says these things aren’t proven to have negative health consequences but as for my family and I, we opt not to use products with those chemicals.

Read the rest of this article at Adventures in Green Living.


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