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Revolutionary Hair and Skin Care Product Hits the Shelves

UMBRELLA(TM) Is the First Hair and Skin Care Protection System Designed to Keep Your Hair and Skin in Their Most Natural, Beautiful State

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/16/14 -- SOCIAL the Lifestyle Magazine recently discovered a brand new product line -- UMBRELLA. The product line is one of a kind, offering a protection system for the hair and skin. UMBRELLA works to keep the outside water out and the inside water in, leaving your hair and skin healthier than ever.

"I wanted to make a difference in the world. I am blessed to have the opportunity to do it in a way that gives people healthier, more beautiful hair and skin at the same time!"--Angela Pantaleone, Owner of UMBRELLA

UMBRELLA prevents and stops damage to the hair and skin by using a combination of polymers and natural organic coconut oil to block and repel water during the foaming experience. As a result, hair gets less wet, which enables it to dry in a fraction of the time. This drastically reduces the damaging effects of water. The polymers and coconut oil are delivered to the hair and skin surface, through a peptide, to keep out harmful surfactants and water. Think of UMBRELLA as a raincoat, sealing the hair during shampooing. This system is formulated to effectively deliver protective waterproofing prior to, and during, shampooing (without weighing the hair down). Additionally, the delivery peptide knows when to shut off, so that the natural oils from the hair are not removed during the cleansing process.

Most haircare products strip the hair of their natural oils, leaving the hair dry, dull, and frizzy. UMBRELLA protects the hair offering: more shine, brightening benefits, body and curl enhancement, reduced dry time, protection against humidity, less frizz, static elimination, greater strength, reduced breakage, a healthier scalp, and smoother hair.

"Your hair will never feel the same again once you've tried UMBRELLA."--Olivia Rahim, Editor in Chief of SOCIAL the Lifestyle Magazine.

In addition to haircare, UMBRELLA is also a skincare product that will leave your skin healthy and beautiful as ever. With UMBRELLA, you'll experience: protection against inflammation, reduced dryness, brightening benefits, reduced flaking, anti-aging benefits, fine line and wrinkle reduction, irritation reduction, redness and ashiness reduction, skin plumping benefits, pore size reduction, irritation (due to acne) reduction, hyper-pigmentation reduction, and smoother, silkier, softer skin.

"It's safe to say I've found a staple product that I will be using for a long time!"--Olivia Rahim, Editor in Chief of SOCIAL the Lifestyle Magazine.

SOCIAL the Lifestyle Magazine is an online and bi-monthly print publication highlighting trends in dining, fashion and entertainment. They currently distribute in Philadelphia, New York City and New Jersey. For more information, visit their website at: http://socialifestylemag.com/

For more information about UMBRELLA, visit their website at: http://www.urumbrella.com/

CONTACT INFORMATION

Olivia Rahim
SOCIAL the Lifestyle Magazine
(917) 691-5905
Email Contact
http://socialifestylemag.com

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Jaime Konopka
X Factor Digital Marketing
1833 Front St
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
(908) 288-7952
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http://thexfactorteam.com

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