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Intelligent Hair Towel

$20.00
Our Favorite Waffle Cut Cut drying time in half, and avoid damage and breakage with this ultralight and absorbent towel. Expect less frizz and that general post-hair drying puff.
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Product Details
  • How to: Flip wet hair forward, and wrap up strands starting at the base of your neck. Twist the towel to secure hair and fasten the tail end to the button. Leave on until your hair dries or you remember that you're even wearing it (whatever comes first).
Fit + Measurements

10 oz bottle

Care Instructions

Wash in cold water with light colors. Air dry.

Vetted by The Verticale Values

Clean Ingredients

Made with unprocessed, clean ingredients, that are uniquely cold-pressed so as not to lose their potency.

Women-Owned

Helen Reavey is one half of the duo behind Act+Acre, using her knowledge of the haircare industry to elevate Act+Acre’s products.

Responsible Materials

Sustainability is key to the brand, designed to last and uses 100% post-consumer materials that are fully recyclable. Act + Acre also has a refill program to cut back on plastic consumption.

VETTED BY THE VERTICALE

/ 11.11.20

Brand

Act+Acre

IMPACT

On a mission to Cold Press your scalp.

VERTICALE VALUES

  • Clean Ingredients

  • Women-Owned

  • Responsible Materials

Created by celebrity hairstylist Helen Reavey created the world's first Cold Processed® hair care when she couldn't find clean hair care that worked for her clients. Founded alongside her husband Colm, together they are passionate about plant-based products and responsible production methods. Their Cold Processed® production method consumes 90% less energy, and Act + Acre bottles are made of the most recyclable form of plastic (since we can't use glass in the shower). With an entire haircare line designed to strengthen damaged hair, it's no wonder that this brand has a cult following.

FOUNDED

2018

HEADQUARTERS

New York, NY

FOUNDER

Helen Reavy

INSTAGRAM

@actandacre