Agave Oil Announces Special Anniversary Product Giveaway

Agave Oil Announces Special Anniversary Product Giveaway

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Los Angeles, CA – June 22, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

The makers of the exclusive line of Agave Healing Oil hair care products is celebrating Independence Day by treating customers to a special free gift from June 23–July 7, 2014.

Agave is rewarding customers for their loyalty and support with this unique product giveaway. The brand is giving away a 2oz bottle of the magical Agave Healing Oil Treatment, valued at $24, free with the purchase of any Agave hair care product.

How It Works: In order to receive a 2oz Oil gift, consumers purchase an Agave Healing Oil product at ULTA Beauty, or at Ulta.com, then complete a brief proof of purchase questionnaire. One free gift per household is allowed.

About Agave: Agave Healing Oil is the only plant-based hair oil treatment on the market and is nature’s secret to instantly smoothing frizzy hair, restoring shine, strengthening dry damaged hair and helping control curls. Mexico’s “Blue Webber” Agave plant is at the essence of all the Agave Healing Oil formulas, providing much needed hydration by using the plant’s amino sugars to lock in moisture. These plant sugars help to improve manageability while helping retain vibrancy and extend color life. Other natural botanicals such as coconut, vanilla, sunflower, and safflower are blended with Madagascar baobab seed oil to nourish the outer layer of the hair and transform it, making it softer and smoother.

Agave Healing Oil was created by international hairdresser and Beverly Hills Salon owner, Fernando Romero. Growing up as a small boy in Acapulco, Fernando’s grandmother taught him how to make hair care and other beauty products using natural ingredients. Today, he shares the modern version of his grandmother’s ancient recipe for smoothing, healing and restoring unmanageable or frizzy hair through his line of Agave Healing Oil products.

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