Treat Beauty Bottles a Day at the Beach with new Beach Hair Spray

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Treat Beauty Introduces Salted Vanilla Beach Hair Sea Salt Spray for the Sweetest Waves

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Treat Beauty the most delicious beauty line in the Pacific Northwest is happy to announce the addition of a new recipe fresh out of the kitchen. Treat Salted Vanilla Beach Hair Sea Salt Spray is made with all natural and organic ingredients for nourishing volume and texture.

A day at the beach can give hair the most amazing texture, volume and natural waves. Treat has captured a day at the beach in a bottle with this sweet new treatment. Get soft, sweetly scented waves with this tasty new treatment inspired by the ocean. Treat Salted Vanilla Beach Hair combines the nourishing benefits of organic aloe and kelp with vitamin B5 for perfectly tousled, touchable, natural volume. Hair will be healthy, textured and soft to the touch.

“I have very long hair and don’t have time to spend hours blowing it out and styling it”, says Treat creator Marnie Massie. “I just spray on Salted Vanilla Beach Hair Spray while my hair is damp and put it in a bun. An hour later I have the best style that looks like I curled it with a curling iron but the secret is I didn’t.”

What it does: Treat Salted Vanilla Beach Hair Spray is a nourishing spray that gives hair delicious texture and waves.

What makes it so good: Made with organic aloe and kelp to soothe dryness while you style. Organic Aloe strengthens and restores dry, damaged hair increasing moisture and shine.

What makes it so delicious: Treat Salted Vanilla Beach Hair Spray is made with Treat’s signature Tahitian vanilla fragrance and is alcohol free so it won’t dry out hair.

Mixed up with: Rosa Damascena, Sea Salt, Organic Aloe, Witch Hazel, Irish Moss, Kelp, Vitamin B5

Made without: parabens, sodium chloride, phthalates, GMO’s, mineral oil, petrolatum, gluten & triclosan.

Treat Salted Vanilla Beach Hair Spray is $16 and can be purchased at and

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