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Grow stronger, fuller hair from the start with Ceremonia’s hair care set

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One key to stronger, fuller hair is taking care of your scalp. Think of your scalp as the soil to a plant — it generally needs grooming and nourishment for a healthy plant to sprout through. Ceremonia’s Scalp Power-Duo Set aims to help you do that with your hair. 

The set includes its award-winning Aceite de Moska oil to nourish and strengthen the hair from the root, along with the Scalp Masajeador, which exfoliates the scalp and better distributes natural oils. Together, this set can enhance hair’s shine, help you grow healthier hair from the start and exfoliate and nourish the scalp. 

Ceremonia Scalp Power-Duo Set, $38

Credit: Ceremonia
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Ceremonia is a Latinx-owned brand that uses only natural ingredients and sustainable practices. The Aceite de Moska oil is a combination of aloe vera, castor oil, babassu oil, passion fruit oil, cupuaçu butter and patauá oil. The oils are rich in fatty acids and together work to strengthen hair, add shine, moisturize and treat split ends.

The best-selling Scalp Masajeador is what the brand calls its “miracle tool.” Using it can invigorate blood flow to the scalp to promote healthy hair growth. It can also remove dead skin and product build-up by exfoliating the scalp, which in turn could help you control any flakiness.

Use the set the next time you’re planning to wash your hair. First, apply the oil to your scalp and gently massage it in. Leave the oil in for 10 to 15 minutes. Then, apply your shampoo and use the scalp massager to work it into a lather. Massage the scalp in small circular motions. Then, rinse your hair. For best results, Ceremonia recommends you do this process each and every time you wash your hair. 

Reviewers seem to agree that this set really works — 160 out of 171 reviewers give it a five-star rating on Ceremonia’s website.

“The smell is pleasant,” one reviewer wrote. “It has helped my thinning hair on the sides and edges of the top of my head become stronger and grow out more. I have been using the [Aceite de Moska] for a few weeks now, twice a week, in those areas only. It softens the rest of my hair as well when I wash it, so it’s a double benefit.”

“There is a noticeable difference in shine and softness of hair. I’m amazed,” wrote another reviewer. “I’ve used several deep conditioners and oils that have usually left my hair weighed down, but this still lets my natural wave come through. Not to be cheesy, but I have made it my Sunday ritual now :)”

You can get The Scalp Power-Duo Set for $38 on Ceremonia’s website. However, if you just want one of the products, you can get the scalp massager on its own for $16 and the oil for $25

Ceremonia also makes shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner and other hair products, and they’re all worth checking out. Soon enough, your whole shower will probably be filled with its hair care

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