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Hamish & Co. Launches Islay Whisky-Infused Shampoo, Conditioner Bars

Putting whisky in your hair … it’s not as crazy as it sounds. Turns out that Islay whisky’s antioxidant properties are “good on the rocks and even better on your locks.”

A new product from all-natural hair cosmetics brand Hamish & Co. just launched, and the whisky-infused shampoo and conditioner bars might surprise those not dousing their locks in the water of life.

“At Hamish & Co., we know men want great hair and they appreciate quality products that are environmentally friendly,” said Bryce Fisher, spokesman for the company. “We’ve combined a beloved spirit with a highly effective eco-friendly shampoo and conditioner resulting in a refined offering that men will love as much as they love their whisky.”

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Putting whisky in your hair … it’s not as crazy as it sounds. Turns out that Islay whisky’s antioxidant properties are “good on the rocks and even better on your locks.” (image via Hamish & Co.)

He explained that Hamish’s whisky-infused antioxidants promote stronger roots, moisturizes and volumizes, increases shine, reduces irritation, and strengthens and repairs.

Their mission at Hamish & Co., he said, is to formulate the most satisfying shampoo and conditioner experience on the market. They do so by having zero plastic packaging and being 100% vegan, pH balanced and cruelty-free, as well as sustainably and ethically sourced.

Their products are made without sulfates, parabens, plastics or phthalates.

In the whisky world on the Isle of Islay, there are several working distilleries famous for peaty, smoky whiskies made from peat cut from the bogs. This brings the distinct single malt flavor that’s immediately recognizable.

And most importantly, Fisher noted, Hamish & Co. recognizes the history and quality of Islay’s whisky as the cosmetics brand incorporates it into shampoo, conditioner and soap bars.

To find out more about Hamish & Co. whisky-infused products, check out www.hamishco.com.

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