Canviiy Products Now in Hair Supply Stores Near You

If you have ever searched “Beauty Supply Store Near Me”, we have some exciting news. Canviiy is expanding into select hair & beauty supply stores across the nation. We are happy to partner with these strong neighborhood businesses and we will continue to strengthen our presence in your local communities.

What to Do About a Stinky Scalp?

Thank you for asking, this is definitely not the first time that we are getting this question. There can be many reasons for a stinky scalp. We are going to share some of the most common, but we do recommend that if it persist that you discuss with your stylist, dermatologist or trichologist.

Some of the common causes of stinky scalp:

Vogue Magazine Recommends ScalpBliss for the Ultimate Scalp Facial

Vogue Magazine’s Lauren Valenti shared her favorite products that she incorporates in her scalpcare ritual. We are super excited to be featured on the list of her favorite scalpcare brands. She specifically highlights our Itch-Calming Serum as a product designed to supercharge the scalp.


Vogue encourages readers to look to a serum that will lock in hydration while also considering your specific scalp concerns, such as dryness and hair growth. Our Itch-Calming Serum is perfect for basing the scalp before or after hair styling. Made with an exclusive organic complex, this revolutionary serum instantly soothes and calms an itchy scalp. After a few months of committing to her new scalp routine that includes our Itch-Calming Serum, Lauren states that her “scalp is much happier while her hair is fuller and more voluminous at the roots.”

Read the full article: HERE 

Moffitt Cancer Center Features Canviiy Partnership & Innovation

Canviiy’s brand DNA presents a fresh perspective in the healthcare industry, as the brand delivers products with integrity, solutions inspired by innovative plant science and committed to safe efficacious performance. The uniqueness of the brand thrives on the core premise of developing natural-based solutions to address niche, yet prevalent unmet patient needs. LaWanda Byrd, Director of Volunteer Services of Moffitt Cancer Center said “At Moffitt, we are closely attuned to the needs of our patients and one of those needs are to provide organic, hair and scalp care products. Therefore, we are incredibly proud to partner with Canviiy, as their natural-based solutions have proven to be effective across our patient population.”


With a team of organic experts and a strong desire for effective solutions, Canviiy pioneered the ScalpBliss™Collection, proven to be the most long-lasting (hours to days) organic-based scalp irritation solutions on the market today. All products are cruelty free, and free of parabens, sulfates, phthalates, steroids, zinc pyrithione, artificial fragrance and color. Tasha Swafford, Salon Supervisor of Moffitt’s Magnolia Salon said “The ScalpBliss Itch-Calming Serum really calms the scalp drastically reducing pain and discomfort as well as itching from the scalp. Most products require frequent application, however ScalpBliss effects lasts for days. The Scalp-Purifying Foam Treatment allows patients to comfortably and effectively remove dead skin cells as well as medications secreted on the scalp with ease.”

“Our partnership with Moffitt has been able to validate insights such as the brand’s product effectiveness against scalp irritation and the longevity of which patient relief lasts and has certainly open doors for the brand.” Sampson said. Canviiy officially formed a partnership with Moffitt Cancer Center in January 2018 and continues to work closely with internal teams to enhance scalp health for the entire patient population. Moffitt is recognized by US News & World Reports as a top hosipital in the cancer treatment speciality.

Canviiy Celebrates Black History Month with Afterpay and Revolt

We are beyond excited to say that this Black History Month, Canviiy was recognized by Afterpay and Revolt for both its innovation in haircare and in business.

February saw Afterpay strengthen its relationship with Canviiy, with Afterpay creating an Instagram takeover and spotlight to share Canviiy’s story with its 320K+ followers. Additionally, Canviiy’s founder, Sherrel Sampson, was invited to speak on an internal panel to Afterpay employees to discuss entrepreneurship as a black woman. It is this level of partnership that has us proud to announce that we will be part of Afterpay Day, March 25-28th.


Also earlier this month, Sherrel was invited by Revolt TV to share the stage with Kareem Cook from Naturade, Bea Dixon from the Honey Pot and Denise Woodard from Partake Foods. She had the opportunity to share Canviiy’s story, challenges, successes and failures in a rare and unbridled look at the state of entrepreneurship. These companies are ground-breaking in that so few black owned companies have broken the barrier to gaining distribution in multiple major retailers.

This Black History Month was definitely a highlight and we thankful that that our customers can be apart of our collective success.

CVS Stores: Canviiy Secures Nationwide Expansion

Canviiy is most notable for its revolutionary organic- based, itch-calming serum ScalpBliss, which has been recognized effective even among cancer patients by Moffitt Cancer Center, one of US News & World Reports top hospitals in the space.  It is this reputation of quality, combined with a loyal consumer following, that has secured expansion into nearly 260 CVS stores nationwide expanding their presence in the beauty and health categories.

Canviiy’s expansion makes ScalpBliss products available at the nation’s largest healthcare retailers, which was influenced by Canviiy being seen as the natural standard of care in the healthcare space. Now with this partnership, Canviiy will be accessible to more consumers at a time when scalp care has been named one of 2021 biggest trends, driven by the intersection of COVID causing consumers to be more concerned about what they put on/in their body and consumer becoming more self-educated on hair health as hair salons were closed due to shelter in place. 

VOGUE: CELEB Makeup Artist Bob Scott Touts ScalpBliss as Fave

Vogue has created a space (Texture Diaries) for industry professionals to share their favorite hair rituals, products and biggest lessons learned when affirming their beauty and owning their unique hair texture. In the article featuring makeup artist, Bob Scott who has painted the faces of Padma Lakshmi and Amandla Stenberg gave a detailed run down on the magic of changing up hairstyles.

The piece highlights how they experiment with different hair looks and the products that help achieve those desired styles. Scott provided a personal picture of favorite hair products which included Canviiy’s ScalpBliss Scalp-Purifying Foam Treatment, which is designed to gently remove flakes, product build up & soothe scalp irritation.  The non-striping, luxurious formula is infused with powerful natural antioxidant properties of organic glycerin, aloe vera, manuka honey, rosebay, witch hazel and tea tree.  The Foam Treatment is powered by a premium lactic acid complex and free of zinc pyrithione, sulfates, parabens, artificial fragrance & color which has made it a customer favorite.

Vogue Celeb MUA Faves Canviiy

For more, read the full Vogue article: HERE

Tampa Bay Business Journal Spotlights Canviiy’s Healthcare Success

We’re ecstatic to share that the premier Tampa Bay Business Journal reported on Canviiy’s disruption in the healthcare industry by bringing relief to chemotherapy patients with clean organic based personal care products. The piece focused on Canviiy’s partnership with leading cancer hospital – Moffitt Cancer Center and how they were the first healthcare organization to believe in its proprietary efficacious formulas.

According to Sampson, the article states, “Moffitt had to do its due diligence and make sure our ingredients were right for their patients and it was a 12-month process. They were looking for healthier alternative solutions because scalp treatments often have steroids.”  The Moffitt partnership officially launched in March 2018.

Read the full Tampa Bay Business Journal article: HERE