Monday, February 21, 2011

WHS- New Product Review: Paul Mitchell Keratin Awapuhi Wild Ginger Products

Wellington hair spa continues to provide brilliant service, with exceptional hair products. Paul Mitchell’s Keratin Awapuhi Wild Ginger products, secure a variety of benefits for your delicate tresses.

These 8 products include KeraTriplex Treatment, Keratin Intensive Treatment, Moisturizing Lather Shampoo, Keratin Cream Rinse, Styling Treatment Oil, Finishing Spray, Shine Spray, and Texturizing Sea Spray.

Paul Mitchell's Awapuhi Products were designed for ultimate hair care, which sustain a healthy lifestyle and look. Each of them, supply their own individual strengths, that when used together, become a powerhouse for healthy, sustainable, and timeless hair. For example, out of the entire line, the Keratin Intensive Treatment is a Wellington Favorite! This treatment produces a concentrated Keratin protein blend that deeply repairs and protects, while intensifying hydration.

Paul Mitchell and John Daul DeJoria teamed up and purchased land in Hawaii, to cultivate these products through a solar powered Awapuhi Farm. Consequently, both men saw this land as an opportunity to create a hair care line that was effective, yet connected to nature and in tune with their beliefs. Awapuhi products have been reviewed as restoring damaged hair up to 80%; improving shine up to 35% and preventing color fade up to 67%.

You may not know it, but daily stresses can really damage your hair to the point of no return! It is imperative to find products that will benefit your hair in the long term. Paul Mitchell’s Keratin Awapuhi Wild Ginger Hawaii Products, provide a safe and effective route to reverse that damage and promote health. Make your appointment at Wellington Hair Spa today, and notice the difference yourself!


  1. It's funny because I generally do not associate Paul Mitchell with African-American hair - at least not the shampoos and conditioners. When I do think PM, my mind immediately goes to healthy silky straight blond hair. I don't think dry and damaged at all.

    However, this new Keratin line does sound like it's worth giving a try. It sounds like it has ingredients that can benefit my hair in its current natural state.


  2. I love, love, love the Awapuhi Wild Ginger line.