Salon in New York to get $2 million for shampoo
A new salon in New Jersey is taking the long-held notion of shampoo being a health product seriously.
The company, Moroccan Oil Shampoo, has made the news because of its claims that it is “a natural health shampoo that can help treat acne, prevent blemishes, and heal skin.”
The product was first launched in 2011 and has been sold in over 200 countries.
MoroccanOilShampoo.com, founded by Shana A. Fassett and Andrew W. Miller, said its “beauty and wellness-oriented shampoo delivers 100% pure, organic joico blue to the skin, helping to calm and prevent dryness, and nourish skin for a radiant, glow-filled complexion.”
The company also offers a wide range of other products, including its own face wash, which has received a rave review from customers.
In addition to its “natural” shampoo, MorocoOilShampoos sells facial care products, such as its facial scrub, which is a combination of joico and citric acid, and facial moisturizers, which are both made with joico.
A Moroco Oil Shampoos spokesperson said the company’s product line has been expanded to include a new, more moisturizing, moisturizing formulation.
A Moroco spokesperson told MSNBC that Moroco has been offering a full line of joica-based facial products since 2009.
MorocoOil.com also has a Facebook page, where customers can rate their products.
“People are very passionate about what they’re doing and want to share it with their friends and family,” the spokesperson said.
The New York City salon was founded by Fassette and Miller after she met Miller and found the idea of a shampoo-based shampoo appealing.
Fassett said she was drawn to the idea that the shampoo could help treat the conditions associated with acne, as well as the condition caused by dry skin.
The two also said they wanted to help people get more bang for their buck, since Moroco does not make cosmetics.
Fasett said the idea for Moroco came after her friend suggested she check out the shampoo-free shampoo that was available on the shelves at a cosmetics store.
She said she started looking at what other companies were selling, and realized that there were no natural alternatives to the products sold at the store.
“People just don’t have the knowledge about joico or joico products that we do, and that’s why it’s so appealing,” Fassetti said.
“It’s something that we want to bring to the market, and it’s something people want to have.”
Moroco Oil, which makes shampoo by combining joico with citric acids, is currently available in New England, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
It is available at Walmart, Target, Home Depot, and the Best Buy online.