TGIN Rose Water Curl Refresher is the perfect pick me up for even the most dull lifeless curls. Our special formula is enriched with rose water and coconut oil to hydrate, smooth and refresh overworked kinks, curls, and waves.
- Refreshes overworked curls, kinks and waves
- Extends the life of your curls without shampooing
- Enhances shine and reduces frizz
- Leaves hair soft, moisturized and manageable
- No parabens, sulfates, petrolatum, lanolin, artificial colors, or animal testing.
Lightly mist damp or dry hair with tgin Rose Water Curl Refresher. Leave in, and style as desired.
Water (Aqua), Rosa Centifolia Flower (Cabbage Rose) Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Calendula Officinalis (Marigold) Flower Extract, Arctium Lappa Root (Burdock) Extract, Glycerin, Propanediol, Dimethicone PEG-8 Meadowfoamate, PPG-26-Buteth-26, Sodium PCA, Panthenol, Butylene Glycol, Bis-PCA Dimethicone Sulfosuccinate, Aminomethyl Propanol, DMDM Hydantoin, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance
BHND THE BRND
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Thank God It’s Natural (tgin), a manufacturer of natural hair and skin care products, currently sold in Walmart, Target, Whole Foods, Sally’s Beauty, and Walgreen’s. In her role, she oversees all aspects of day-to-day operations, sales, and strategic partnerships.
Chris-Tia has been featured in major media publications such as USA Today, Marie Claire, Essence, Black Enterprise, Ebony, Heart & Soul, and the Chicago Tribune. Her book Thank God I’m Natural: The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Natural Hair is a #1 Amazon bestseller, and was hailed the “Natural Hair Bible” by Essence Magazine.
Prior to starting her own company, Chris-Tia represented Fortune 500 companies in complex business transactions involving technology and open source code. Chris-Tia earned her A.B. in Economics from Harvard University with high honors, and is a graduate of Harvard Law School.
In 2015, Chris-Tia was diagnosed with breast cancer. During her treatment, she learned that having money could make the difference between living and dyingwhen it came to treating this condition. In her observation, few organizations existed that provided support and social services to help women with transportation, child care, parking, or seeking disability leave from their place of employment.
Today, she uses her success in the beauty space to advocate for women experiencing financial difficulties, who are undergoing treatment, to highlight health disparities due to race and socio-economic factors, and to empower women to listen to their bodies through the tgin Foundation.
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