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Zion Health Announces Native Remedy; Adama Minerals Hair Product Formulated for Color-Treated Hair Now Available at Whole Foods Market in San Mateo, CA

September 13, 2013

Adama Minerals, Unique Natural Hair Products Formulated for Normal and Color-Treated Hair, Combines Nutrient-Rich Minerals and Jojoba Oil; Now Sold at Whole Foods Market San Mateo, CA.

San Mateo, California (PRWEB) September 13, 2013

Zion Health announces today Mineral Hair Products are now available at Whole Foods Market in San Mateo, California located on 1010 Park Place. Managing dry, lackluster hair and frizz due to color treatments can be a constant challenge that requires multiple hair care products. Adama Minerals hair care line manufactured by Zion Health offers consumers an all-in-one natural hair care product that uses mineral-rich montmorillonite clay (Kanwa), plant-based Vitamin B, and nutrient-packed jojoba and sunflower oils to smooth and nourish damaged hair.

Vitamins and minerals are a staple in hair care products used to restore nutrients stripped from a damaged scalp. In particular, B Vitamins, zinc, and iron help create a healthy scalp and strengthen hair. The unique clay in Adama Minerals Conditioner used by Native Americans to purify the body was later tested by NASA as a supplement for its astronauts and found to have more than 60 trace minerals and vitamins. Now, the ancient remedy in Adama Hair products combined with Vitamin B as panthenol supplies the scalp and hair with valuable nutrients to rebuild damaged roots and repair dry ends.

Adama hair care also contains moisturizing herbs from jojoba ester plant beads and sunflower oils. These natural emollients provide Vitamins A, D, and E, and according to The Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine, jojoba oil moisturizes the hair follicle and prevents tangles.

Zion Health’s Adama Minerals natural hair care line is also environmentally friendly and does not contain silicones. Silicones are frequently used in hair care products to create shiny strands and a silky texture. However, recent concerns regarding the potential environmental buildup of silicones has prompted environmental enthusiasts to seek out silicone alternatives in cosmetic products. Adama hair products use eco-friendly, coconut-derived surfactants in lieu of silicone to help prevent toxic environmental bio-accumulation.

Adama Minerals Shampoo and Conditioner are now available at Whole Foods Market on 1010 Park Place in San Mateo, California and at health food markets and co-ops throughout the United States and Canada. Zion Health provides its consumers with pure skin and body care products that are vegan, free of parabens and aluminum and formulated using certified organic ingredients whenever possible. For more information on Zion Health products, go to http://www.zionhealth.com.

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