- April 10, 2013
-- Every new season brings an endless supply of beauty products. Now, a new wave of products from overseas is standing out as it successfully makes its way stateside. One break-out product is Tiare Oil
and it’s been a natural beauty secret for Polynesian women for centuries. Tiare Oil is extracted from the Tiaré Tahiti, a flower that belongs to the gardenia family. It’s the fragrant flower that is often seen behind the ears of women all over the Pacific Islands. Tiare Oil has also become new alternative to the popular Moroccan Oil products.
Tiare Oil, found in Tiare Hair’s XPRESS24 is a natural product used to moisturize, soften, treat and control frizz. It has been scientifically tested and proven to have emollient, soothing and purifying effects on hair and provides long-lasting moisturize, similar to the effects of Shea butter and jojoba oil on the skin. Tiare Hair’s XPRESS24 is available through retailers nationwide and online at Belabeauty.com (http://www.belabeauty.com/tiarehair-xpress24-118ml/
). About Tiare Hair Oil
Tiare Oil is produced by infusing the Tiare Tahiti flower with (Gardenia Tahitensis
) with refined Polynesian Coconut oil. It has been widely used by the Polynesians for centuries and its popularity has now extended beyond the borders of French Polynesia.