MN NAF! salon offers shampoo and conditioner that are easy on the environment.
Do you love your hair products, but feel not as great about them when you think about the amount of plastic used for the tubes and bottles?
Fear not—MN NAF! owner Jessica Skilar is not only dedicated to making her clients’ hair beautiful, she’s devoted to keeping the planet beautiful, too. Skilar has created plastic-free shampoo and conditioner. Both come in bar form, with versions for oily and dry hair. She uses ingredients like jojoba oil and shea butter to make hair look and feel great without using artificial ingredients. Bars cost $18 each and last for about as long as two bottles of product, says Skilar.
“We have reusable towels and reusable mesh strips for balayage. We compost or recycle almost everything we use,” says Skilar.
Skilar recently applied to Powderhorn Shark Tank, a neighborhood version of the TV show where entrepreneurs pitch their product to highly successful business leaders to compete for investors. Skilar currently has her products custom-made in California, and she wants to be able to make them locally so that they can be even more green.