Naturally Curly Managing Editor, Alexandra Wilson knows that Scalp Care is the foundation for healthy hair, but that it can be hard finding a calming solution that actually provides long-lasting relief and soothes our scalp without the harsh ingredients. That is why she sat down with Sherrel Sampson, founder of Canviiy, an innovative botanical based brand that is cracking the code on Scalp Care.
After experiencing a persistent itchy scalp most of her research was leading her to products that clogged the scalp or contained harsh chemicals, many of which were also found in cleaning supplies. Being dissatisfied with her current options, Sampson developed Canviiy solutions, rooted in plant science, each product is comprised of a proprietary organic complex infused with botanical minerals, amino acids and antioxidants to revitalize, repair & nourish scalp & skin irritations. Product efficacy is a core value of Canviiy with all products delivering long-lasting healthier results while being free of alcohol, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrance and color.
Canviiy’s use of aloe vera, lavender, witch hazel, manuka honey, jojoba and peppermint oil blissful to all scalp types and gives its products the versatility to be effective against itchy, flaky, tight or irritated from sunburned or protective styles. It is this combination of efficacy and natural approach that led to Canviiy’s partnership with Moffitt Cancer Center nationally ranked by U.S. News in the top 1 percent of cancer care hospitals. Moffitt’s pursuit of toxin free solutions led it to validate and recommend Canviiy’s effectiveness against scalp irritation and relief longevity. LaWanda Courtney, 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.”
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