RAHUA - Amazonian shampoo and conditioner

RAHUA - Amazonian shampoo and conditioner

Everyone loves a good hair day. We (Kiss and Makeup) certainly do and can attribute ours to a 100% natural shampoo called Rahua that we're all a bit nutty for. 

Found deep in the Amazon Rainforest, ethically sourced by local Amazonian tribes, this exotic nut oil has the abilities to strengthen damaged and dry hair, increase shine, volume and bounce. Touted and used by celeb Gwyneth Paltrow, an organic powerhouse advocate, Rahua is the cleanest, purest, 100% natural high-end hair care line on the market.



Rahua was created by New York hair stylist Fabian Lliguin, a native of Ecuador and a descendent of the Quechua Amazon tribe. This nut oil is unlike other botanical oils that simply coat the hair strand - this teeny rainforest molecule deeply penetrates the hair’s cortex – bonding and repairing it – while simultaneously smoothing the hair shaft. 


Your first washing experience may be a little different as the line is sulfate-free. A natural cleaner derived of coconut oil creates a gentle sudsy wash. Have patience. It usually takes about a week for your hair to detox and for you to adjust. Be warned this purging process could make your hair even oiler, but have faith, as the end results are so worth it. One day it just happens... you don’t even realize all the over the shoulder hair tosses you've thrown showing off your long shiny, soft, and healthy hair.


The conditioner is a thick but light, super-rich formula that creates manageable, soft hair without any build-up while protecting the strands. The oils also help nourish your usually overlooked scalp. The whole line is also colour safe for us colour junkies. Bonus, they have natural styling products as well like their Voluminous Spray. You won't see us saying no to a little extra oomph!!


Using Rahua is like going on an Indian Jones expedition of hair care. Exotic, native, adventurous the end result is literally Amazon worthy hair.

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