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Stocking Stuffer - Masami Mekabu Travel Kit

 Hi Neighbors!!

I hope you are enjoying our Holiday Gift Guide 2020 so far!! This next product went with us on our trip to Florida this past week.  I LOVE IT!! The Mekabu Travel Kit from Masami is a complete set of trial size hair care, perfect for trips, gym bags, etc.  And of course it would make a great stocking stuffer for your wife, daughter, girlfriend, or just about any female.  

My daughter and I both tried the Mekabu shampoo and conditioner.  It left our hair feeling silky soft and with a wonderful lasting fragrance.  She recently had a perm done and she has been using the styling cream and shine serum as well.  She loves it!! 

 From Masami:
All of our products are designed to be the ultimate in botanical hydration, with no bad:
Color safe
NO parabens
NO sulfates
NO phthalates
NO animal testing (cruelty-free)

All the trial size products are available in full size as well.  Visit the Masami site and see what gift shopping you can complete there!!

See you soon!!


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