Treat your hair well
If you want to maintain the softness and shine of your hair, you need to take care of it. At Meraki, we have made it easy for you to give your hair the attention and love it needs.
And it is only by using a few products that have multiple functions – hair care does not need to be super complicated.
Daily moisture boost for your hair
Use Meraki’s conditioner as part of your regular routine once you have shampooed your hair. Massage the conditioner into the length and ends of your hair and let it sit for 3 minutes. Meraki’s conditioner adds a moisture boost to hair that definitely needs it after a turn with shampoo.
Is your hair dry and sad looking, and does it need some extra love? Then you should use Meraki’s conditioner as a hair mask. Apply an appropriate amount of conditioner to dry hair, wrap it in a blanket and let it sit for 30 minutes. After, you should wash your hair like normal using shampoo and conditioner, and voila… your hair is extra soft with beautiful shine.
Tip… when the hair mask is doing its job, sit down in your sofa with a face mask and relax as you take care of your body.
Does your hair or scalp need extra moisture and care? Then you should try Meraki’s Pure Oil. It can be used for anything from a calming scalp massage and as a heat protectant when you are working with a hot blow-dryer or curling iron to an extra moisture boost for dry, split ends.
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This season, Meraki focuses on everyday luxury that awakens the senses and provides well-being with exciting new items such as self-tanning drops, beautiful textiles and new scents.
Following the launch of our face care products, let us take a closer look at some of the ingredients and their benefits. Some are well-known in our skin care products, but we have also found new, exciting ones underwater and in a French grotto. Intrigued?