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RIZOS CURLS MAKING HISTORY AT ULTA!

Rizos Curls just made history by becoming the first Latina-owned curly haircare brand to arrive at ULTA!

Felicidades to CEO and Founder of Rizos Curls, Julissa Prado!

She did the cutest arrival to ULTA, check out our IG shout out with the video here:

Get to know her and her company in this video:

WHY RIZOS CURLS?

This company is not only made with love, but it is fully committed to educating the client and making sure they understand what they are putting onto the hair and scalp.

They not only are transparent about their ingredients, but they refuse to use ingredients that are harmful to us.

The website states, “

Rizos Curls uses high quality natural ingredients with high potency in all of our products.
We believe that plants & ingredients derived from the earth have natural healing abilities that are important for overall healthy hair. When possible, we choose naturally derived ingredients over synthetics in all formulations.
We believe in full transparency of the ingredients used in our products, so you can make informed choices about the products to use in your hair.

We have a long list of NO ingredients we do not include in any of our products: NO Sulfates, NO Silicones, NO Parabens, NO Formaldehydes, NO Phthalates, NO DEA/MEA, NO SLS/SLES, NO Artificial Dyes, NO Drying Alcohols, NO Mineral Oil, NO Petrolatum, Color Safe, Cruelty Free

So, next time you are looking for safe haircare and want to support a Latina owned business, try out Rizos Curls!

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