Comedian Chris Rock Questions Chemical Hair Treatments

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Root Essentials is an Important Step Towards 'Good Hair'

I'm thrilled that Chris Rock is using his comedic genius to examine products that simply aren't sensible for humans to be applying to their hair

Comedian Chris Rock's Good Hair: Sit Back and Relax hits theaters nationally on October 23, raising important questions about the caustic affects of certain chemical hair treatments.

Root Essentials by Beau Colour, a new, all-natural, dry-application root touch-up and rejuvenation product for all hair types, offers several healthy alternatives to chemicals like those exposed in Chris Rock's Good Hair.

Carla Beaumont, Creator of Root Essentials, insists that healthy hair is good hair, regardless of the type: "Root Essentials allows women and men to nourish their hair to the roots--straight, frizzy, thick, thin--eliminating the need for frequent chemical applications and allowing any hair type to flourish."

While chemical applications can be damaging, costly, and time-consuming, Root Essentials may be applied in a few minutes to exposed roots for instant color and protection. A robust infusion of vitamins and natural oils combats damage and frizz while adding nutrients, strength, body, and even SPF protection from the sun.

"I'm thrilled that Chris Rock is using his comedic genius to examine products that simply aren't sensible for humans to be applying to their hair," says Beaumont.

Users can blend Root Essentials with contrasting colours for highlights or lowlights, and its benefits may be enjoyed by women or men and can be applied to root lines, eyebrows, mustaches or beards.

Root Essentials is available for purchase at http://www.myrootessentials.com.

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