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Spring cleaning for your Hair

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As spring brings new life to the world around us, it's a great time to give our hair care routines a new burst of energy, too. Just like you give your house a deep Spring cleaning, consider doing the same with your hair products. Let's take a look at how to refresh your natural hair products, from checking the dates to reviewing your regime.

1. Check the expiration dates. Say goodbye to the old.

Hair products have an expiration date, just like a bouquet of flowers. Check the dates on your bottles and jars to see if they are still good. Products that have passed their expiration date may not work as well, and some ingredients may lose their effectiveness. If a product has reached the end of its useful life, it's time to say goodbye and make room for something new.

2. The decluttering dance: Get rid of the things you don't need

Open your product box and try to think like Marie Kondo. Keep the things that make you happy and have worked well for your hair. Say goodbye to containers that have been sitting for too long and are only half full. Simplify your collection so that each item serves a purpose and adds value to your routine.

3. The Replenishment Ritual: Getting the Basics Back in Stock

Now that you've gotten rid of the old stuff and cleared out the clutter, it's time for the fun part: restocking your essentials. Focus on products that meet the needs of your hair. Make sure your hair products match your hair goals for the season. If you’re looking for growth, consider our Sure2Gro Oil or Black Castor Oil.

Spring cleaning is about more than just cleaning; it is about giving your life a fresh start. By giving your natural hair product collection a new look, you are preparing for a season of healthy hair. Accept the new, let go of the old, and welcome the sun with MPL's carefully chosen hair care products that will nourish and improve your hair care experience.

To warmer weather and healthy hair.

Love MPL🧡.

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