The brand was featured for this Black Business Month as a black-owned beauty brand to support now and forever. The Moonshine jojoba oil-based serum was highlighted for the ultimate in hydration. Scented with cinnamon, orange lemongrass, and ginger essential oil, this blend of avocado, argan, sweet almond, and castor supports outstanding moisture retention for the hair and skin.
As a hot oil treatment, warm the bottle of Moonshine in hot water. Apply to the scalp and massage before rinsing. For daily scalp treatment, apply sparingly to scalp and massage. To scrunch out the crunch, apply a few drops to palms. Rub together and smooth over dry hair to break up the gel cast. And for the body, use to seal in moisture after showers or baths (perfect for stubborn elbows and heels).
So many amazing things come out of the kitchen. A blossoming haircare line is one of them.
Last year, amongst the crisis of the pandemic, Adria Marshall was one of the fortunate ones who was able to grow her startup to achieve its best year yet. She addressed the surge for haircare products when salons were closed and became a valuable resource to women who were going natural with their curls and doing their self-care at home.
No matter how much her business grows, one aspect remains the same. Each product is still handmade by Adria in her kitchen using carefully chosen and thoroughly-explained ingredients—no labs, no factories, and no warehouses.
The brand’s philosophy is simple while crafting its homemade goodies:
Check out Ecoslay for haircare that’s as innovative as it is natural and sustainable. Find Moonshine here.