The Influence of Heritage on Our Self-Care Routines

beauty5 months ago

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Pantene. All opinions are 100% mine.

Let’s be honest, when it comes to beauty products these days, women are anything but starved for choice. But even with so many options to choose from, there are habits we’ve all had since we were young – habits that we’re not about to do away with any time soon.

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When it comes to my own beauty, haircare and skincare routine, my biggest influence is my mother. She always took pride in our African heritage, and taught me to do the same – from embracing my natural hair texture, to protecting every strand with natural ingredients and moisturizing products, to celebrating the versatility of African beauty… everything I learned from my own mother is a big part of my own daily self care, and it’s something I’m looking forward to passing on to the next generation as well.

This is why I’m so happy to have discovered the Pantene Nutrient Blends Collection, formulated and inspired by nutrients and ingredients sourced from around the world. I recently added the Miracle Moisture Boost with Rose Water shampoo and conditioner into my regular wash routine, created to boost moisture and hydration – a hair problem that a lot of African girls with 4C hair like me have. Now my haircare routine can stay true to my heritage… or hairitage, if you will 😉I especially love that this line is free of sulfates, parabens, dye and mineral oil. If you want to get in on the soothing and hydrating action with rose water, click here!

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