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Sweet Poof™ Volumizing Spray

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Price:
$16.99

This little product is like a volcano for your hair! Irish Moss builds volume while natural humectants and proteins plump and strengthen individual strands.  The perfect product for creating ‘beach-y’ looks, dramatic runway textures, or just adding hold and lift to your everyday style.  So go ahead! Indulge your Sweet Poof™ and make your hair Phat!

A spray volumizer (NOT a hairspray).

Fine hair that dreams of being bigger, curlier and poofier.

Original Moxie Sweet Poof Video Tutorial  

View a video tutorial on how to acheive great beach hair with Sweet Poof!




Irish Moss Extract, derived from a type of seaweed found in the Atlantic, together with Dead Sea Salt, add texture and create volume. Sodium Lactate, a natural humectant found in human skin, performs in a supporting role, binding moisture to the hair and plumping up individual strands to make them appear fuller. Click for a full list of ingredients.

Like a cherry candy - very sweet and  edible.

SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE.  Spray onto wet hair focusing on your roots.  Scrunch and air dry to create natural waves and amplify curls or blow dry to add lift to straight styles. 

Sweet Poof ™ is a natural, effective alternative to hair spray.  Keeps your hair in place and adds body, without drying it out!

Add this to your list of Emergency Hair Survival Tools!  Keep a little Sweet Poof™  handy in a desk or purse so that you can re-energize curly or wavy styles at the end of a long day (or night).  Your hair will look and smell delightfully fresh.

Aqueous Extract of Chondrus crispus** (Irish Moss), Aqua (Water), Sodium Lactate, Aloe barbadensis Leaf Preserved With Potassium Sorbate***, & Citric Acid***, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein***, Dead Sea Salt, Vegetable Glycerin***, Acacia Gum, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide, Hydrolyzed Silk***, Honey (and) Maltodextrin***, Phenoxyethanol (and) Caprylyl Glycol (and) Sorbic Acid, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Oil,  Essential Oils of Styrax benzoin (Benzoin), Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang), Citrus reticulata blanco var. tangerina (Tangerine), Santalum album (Sandalwood), Vanilla planifolia (Vanilla), & Michelia champaca (Champaka).
** Wildharvested        *** Natural Source



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  1. The best thing for my fine curly hair in a dry climate ever!

    Posted by Siobhan on 30th Apr 2013

    My hair fine, curly, frizzes easily and most hairstyling product weighs my hair down, so it's very hard to find something that works for me. I live in Colorado, which is very dry. Sweet Poof is absolutely perfect. When I use it, my hair is full, but with defined curls and no frizz. I got two compliments on my hair the first week I used it. And it doesn't even look like I have anything on my hair. Another plus is I'm chemically sensitive and the scent is very light, pleasant and disperses quickly. I love it and I'm so happy I found it.

  2. Great for fine dry hair

    Posted by Tasha on 20th Nov 2012

    After a lot of experimenting I've ended up using only Sweet Poof for styling most of the time. I have fine, dry, curly hair and live in an arid climate. This adds just enough hold and keeps my curls looking full even when the moisture in the air is approximately zero! It also leaves my hair really soft which I love. My only wish for improving it would be a scent that's less like a lollipop, but the smell vanishes very quickly so it's no big deal.

  3. Can't go out without it

    Posted by Dina V. on 20th Jun 2012

    I've become addicted to this product. I have fine hair that requires a lot of teasing to look decent. I also like a natural look rather than the stiff salon style. Sweet Poof gives me consistent results and makes my hair look naturally fuller. It also smells great. What more could one ask for?