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Healthy Hair for Everyone

Credle & Williams

Credle & Williams

Melanin Essentials hair treatments are made with 100 percent natural and organic ingredients such as cold-pressed oils, unrefined butters and fresh, food-grade plants to focus on hair health. After launching their skin-enhancing body butter to nourish and moisturize dry, itchy or problematic skin, founders and co-owners Olayinka Credle and Saba Williams have also introduced a new hair care line for women with kinky or curly hair. There are subscription boxes available that come with video tutorials to help consumers focus on hair health by providing the education needed to ensure maximum results.

Melanin Essentials, located in Lancaster, also uses innovative, zero-waste packaging. Credle and Williams add, “Products made from conventionally produced ingredients can have a negative, toxic, environmental impact. The manufacturing of chemical-heavy health and beauty products puts those chemicals and many more into the air and water, and even more go down your drain in your own home.”

“Artificial fragrances are designed to cover up the smell of other chemicals used in traditional health and beauty products. The effect is that you have a chemical to cover up another chemical, and all those chemical smells can cause headaches in many people.”

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