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  • Everist's waterless hair care is next-level clean beauty
  • Everist's waterless hair care is next-level clean beauty
    Helen Ngoc N. (2020) ©
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Everist's waterless hair care is next-level clean beauty

Single-use plastic is a known problem in beauty, and while people are eager for sustainable alternatives, many don’t want to sacrifice their beloved routines. Toronto-based start-up Everist is catering to this group with its aluminum tubes, concentrated product, and super-clean formula.

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