New Product Line Marrák Offers Hair Recovery, Naturally


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Marrák's full product line

Courtesy Marrák

Growing up in Morocco, Dr. Elhabib Benlhabib—a University of Minnesota-trained toxicologist, biochemist, and pharmacologist—witnessed first-hand the effects of his family’s recipe for hair recovery, based on medicinal plant therapy. Years of scientific research later, he has adapted the centuries-old approach for modern hair care. Marrák’s hair-recovery cream uses a blend of Moroccan plant extracts and other natural, organic ingredients—unlike Rogaine and Propecia, which contain harsh chemicals and hormones. Marrák’s product line also includes a nourishing shampoo and argan oil, which restores hair’s shine and softness, and features the refreshing, clean scent of lemongrass.

The Marrák product line is now available at Denny Kemp Salon, Martin Patrick 3, and marrakbyMEB.com.

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