RevAir is expanding its product purview.
The hair tool brand known for its RevAir “reverse air” hair dryer which launched in 2018 — and then again in 2022 with a smaller, quieter iteration — is setting its sights on the hair care category with two new collections: Extreme Hydration and Boost Fullness.
“The goal is to provide products that work, make a difference and save time, and are not just like products that are out there,” said RevAir founder and mechanical engineer Scott Thomason
The Extreme Hydration line spans five products and ranges in price from $16 for a detoxifying pre-wash rinse to $28 for the Deep Conditioning Treatment. Hero ingredients include coconut water, hyaluronic acid and olive leaf extract, while the pre-wash rinse also taps apple cider vinegar, believed to tackle product buildup and restore pH balance.
Boost Fullness, meanwhile, features a shampoo, conditioner and a leave-in treatment that range in price from $23 to $48 and harness biotin, turmeric extract, amino acids and vitamin E to support strand strength and density.
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