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MAJOR Eczema Awareness news from SEEN

October is Eczema Awareness Month and SEEN has some exciting news that anyone with sensitive or eczema-prone skin will be very happy about... Four of our products recently received the NEA Seal of Acceptance™!

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Curly hair explained

Have you ever wondered why some hair is curly, some is straight, and some falls somewhere in between? At the end of the day, it all comes down to genetics and the fact that hair follicles are pre-programmed to create curly (or straight) hair.

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The facts you need to know about frizz

The struggle with frizz is real—and several factors come into play. If you're tired of hair that looks fluffy and frazzled after styling or the second you walk outside, you'll definitely want to try SEEN's new Magic Serum!

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The truth about hair damage

Hair damage comes in many shapes and forms that leave your hair looking fried and frazzled. SEEN delivers all the smoothing, strengthening benefits you want, and without the irritation, clogged pores, and breakouts that you don’t.

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Signs that your scalp may need extra TLC

What have you done for your scalp lately? Although we tend to focus most on the actual hair that grows out of our heads, this delicate yet hard-working skin is where the magic happens, and a happy scalp leads to healthy hair.

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5 reasons to go fragrance free

Scented products aren’t for everyone, and there’s a whole host of reasons you may want to skip the fragrance. We know it’s nice to have options, which is why SEEN shampoo, conditioners, and styling cremes are all available fragrance-free.

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The link between hair care and acne

Think about it… Any product you use on your hair comes in contact with your skin. If you have acne-prone skin, why would you use hair care products with ingredients that could potentially contribute to breakouts on your face and body?

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Q&A with Candace Marino

We sat down with Candace Marino, better known by Hollywood as "The LA Facialist", who has been a medical aesthetician for over a decade, developing custom complexion protocols and unique techniques for a highly–discerning...

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Curly without compromise

Most curly girls are trying to reduce frizz, as well as hydrate and define curls. But those same ingredients in hair products that help curls look beautiful can also cause problems for the skin. Curly girls deserve better - and fortunately there...

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Being SEEN, fragrance free

A human nose has around 400 types of scent receptors. Despite the myth that humans have a bad sense of smell relative to other animals, a 2014 study reported in the journal Science concluded that the human nose can distinguish...

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