Yes Caivil is back. The premium brand catering for ethnic hair care in South Africa is making a comeback after a long silence.
The driving force behind the Caivil range is Caivil Gold, due to its success in providing root-to-tip nourishment, strength and protection and offers an extensive range of products that includes moisturises, relaxers, hair foods, and semi-permanent hair colours.
With personal hair colour being a top choice for many due to convenience and cost, Caivil created the Caivil Colour Shines range, a non-toxic, gentle semi-permanent hair colour that envelopes each hair strand with rich colour, moisture, lustre – an all over salon look and feel without the cost – without ammonia, peroxide or alcohol. The gentle nature of this product also allows you to relax and colour your hair on the same day without damage as with alternative colour products. This product is also suitable for permed and colour treated hair and come in a variety of colours such as Cherry Cola, Racy Wine, Deep Mahogany and Ebony Black.
As one of South Africa’s premier hair care brands, the Caivil Gold Fusion Oils assist in the promotion of hair growth, which are available in two formats – that of Hair Gro Essence and Hair Root Nourisher . The Hair Gro Essence is an essential oil infusion which contains Black Castor Oil, Argan Oil, Coconut Oil, Neem Oil and Tea Tree Oil that strengthens hair and decreases breakage while promoting growth, body and a healthy scalp. The Hair Root Nourisher is a hair food with a special blend of Avocado Oil, Olive Oil, Lavender Oil and Rosemary Oil – all designed to condition and nourish while soothing itchy and irritated scalps.
Caivil as a brand seeks to inspire and empower women to invest in their precious natural hair by offering all the necessary tools to achieve great looking hair and feel their best in their own skin every day.
Offering a wide product portfolio of hair care products, Caivil is suited to all hair care needs with ingredients that are beneficial to both the hair and scalp.
Look out for the brand in your local salon.
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