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DevaCurl Introduces No-Comb Detangling Spray

NEW YORK, Jan. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Curly hair grows in a unique pattern, twisting and turning in all directions. These curved hair fibers intersect with each other more often than any other hair type, making it easy for knots and tangles to form. DevaCurl, the curly hair care innovator, has created the DevaCurl No-Comb Detangling Spray to untangle, fortify and revitalize dry, damaged and frizz-prone curls while naturally restoring moisture balance.  

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Fingers are the gentlest way to detangle curls without causing breakage or disturbing curl formation.  With DevaCurl No-Comb Detangling Spray, fingers slip and glide right through the hair, rendering harsh combs and brushes unnecessary. This lightweight conditioning leave-in detangler can be applied to wet or dry curls.

The non-aerosol No-Comb Detangling Spray features an exclusive blend of botanical conditioners to hydrate, soften and add shine to all curl types, regardless of length or texture. The product's low pH helps to smooth the hair cuticle and reduce the risk of hair breakage.

Suggested uses for DevaCurl No-Comb Detangling Spray

  • Beautifully soft, natural curls: Spray-on No-Comb Detangling Spray after the application of DevaCurl No-Poo™ Conditioning Cleanser and One Condition Daily Conditioner. Remove tangles by working through curls with fingers, removing any tangles or knots.
  • Fitness and swim curl preparation: Spray a generous amount of No-Comb Detangling Spray prior to activity to help protect as well as supply essential moisture to curls. After swimming, rinse curls with fresh water and reapply No-Comb Detangling Spray to remove tangles.
  • Leave-in curl conditioner: Combine No-Comb Detangling Spray with DevaCurl One Condition for increased hydration and moisture and removal of knots, targeting the nape area, which is especially prone to tangling.
  • Detangler for children 6 months and older: Apply No-Comb Detangling Spray to wet or dry curls and utilize fingers to gently remove any tangles or knots.

All DevaCurl curl care products, including the No-Comb Detangling Spray are 100% sulfate, paraben and silicone free, and are available at select professional salons and retail locations across the United States and Canada. Visit www.mydevacurl.com for salon and retail locations, to locate a Deva Inspired stylist, and learn more about the DevaCurl brand, curl types and styling tips. Follow DevaCurl on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter.

About DevaCurl
DevaCurl offers a complete collection of products designed exclusively for curly, wavy and chemically processed hair to rejuvenate and restore curls to their natural order. The DevaCurl story and its unique collection of curly products originated with thousands of enthusiastic curly clients at our Devachan Salons in the trendy SOHO district of NYC, including launching the 'original' DevaCurl No-Poo Zero Lather Conditioning Cleanser a decade ago. The innovative DevaCurl collection of sulfate, silicone and paraben-free conditioning cleansers and styling products address curly hair's specific needs using healthy oils and botanical extracts that cleanse, hydrate and lock-in moisture. For more information, visit www.mydevacurl.com.

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