SEEN Hair Care Partners with Anthropologie
Skin-caring luxury hair care brand SEEN, which was designed by Harvard-trained dermatologist Dr. Iris Rubin, is now available at Anthropologie. The product line is clinically proven to not clog pores, so you never have to compromise between good hair or good skin. SEEN’s full-sized products are available in select Anthropologie stores across the country, with all full and travel sizes also available on Anthropologie’s website.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Anthropologie as our first retail partner,” says SEEN Co-Founder, Greg Maged. “Anthropologie’s audience and brand values are complementary to SEEN’s focus on helping women be seen for their best selves. The Anthropologie shopper is looking to discover a curated selection of brands and we’re excited to be a part of that experience.”
SEEN products are formulated without parabens, sulfates, phthalates, dyes, silicones, gluten, pore-clogging oils, or animal testing. Currently, the line consists of the following:
SEEN Shampoo ($29). This non-comedogenic shampoo leaves hair with a fresh balanced clean with hemisqualane, which provides color and heat protection, and bisabolol, a chamomile derivative with skin-soothing properties.
SEEN Conditioner ($26). This non-comedogenic conditioner detangles, softens, and adds healthy shine without weight. Key ingredients are hemisqualane, nature’s sugar-derived and biodegradable answer to silicone, along with bisabolol.
SEEN Blow-Out Creme ($24). This non-comedogenic blow-dry styling product protects hair from heat, pollution, and UV damage for shining good health. In addition to hemisqualane and bisabolol, it also has ceratonia siliqua (carob tree) to increase elasticity and strengthen hair fibers, while moringa oleifera (horseradish tree) offers pollution and UV protection for hair.
In addition, the brand recently launched the SEEN Travel Kit ($29), a customizable trio of travel-sized favorites for great hair and skin packaged in a stylish canvas travel pouch. The kit is also available on Anthropologie’s website.
“When you are on vacation, the last thing you want is to deal with a breakout and travel can trigger breakouts!” says Dr. Rubin. “The dry air on a plane can cause the skin to produce more oil, contributing to breakouts. Your best defense: stay hydrated! And don’t forget to pack SEEN luxury skin-caring hair care to keep your skin and hair looking their best.”
[Images courtesy of SEEN Hair Care]
Kamala Kirk is a University of Southern California graduate and has been an editor/writer for more than a decade. She has written for E! Online, Total Beauty, TravelAge West, Malibu Times Magazine, and many more. She resides in Los Angeles and is a proud pug mom. Follow her on Instagram: @kamalakirk