Abril et Nature, Hair Care, hyaluronic acid, shampoo, sublime

Hyaluronic Acid for the hair!

This science-based magic lies in hyaluronic acid’s ability to replenish moisture, a lot of moisture! One gram (0.03 ounce) of hyaluronic acid can hold up to six liters of water.
Hyaluronic acid’s moisture-binding characteristic is exceptionally important when it sublimecomes to dry hair. One of the qualities of healthy hair is its ability tom retain a balanced amount of moisture.

New at Edlis

Abril et Nature Sublime Hair Care Line

With Argan Oil, Caviar Extract, Shea Butter and Plant Extract


Abril et Nature, cell innovate, conditioner, Hair Care, new products, shampoo, splendor essence, sublime

Coming Soon to Edlis

Abril Nature


Cell Innovate

Cosmetics with stem cells of a vegetable origin. Stem cells represent one of the most fascinating fields in modern biology. They have very significant characteristics, and they are a key factor in the regeneration of the skin and hair, due to two basic properties which distinguish them from the rest of the cells: they can create a wide range of specialized cells of the same tissue, and they have the significant capacity to renew and regenerate themselves throughout the whole life of a person.

With bioactive ingredients with hair rejuvenation capacity.
With biotechnological actives capable of penetrating through the hair cuticle, up to the cortex.
With renewal action in the internal part of the fibre.
With effect of repair and straightening of the external part

Splendor Essence

A blend of plant stem cells culture extract with natural oils from argan, damascus rose, green tea, black tea and wheat germ, which provides anti-oxidant and anti-aging action.supplementary treatment to Cell Innove,

Oil eSPLENDORESSENCESxtract from argan and damascus rose to provides an extra shine and a silky touch to hair
anti-oxidant and anti-aging action by means of green tea, black tea and wheat germ oils
makes the colour of dyed hair brighter, without greasing.






Sublime Treatment Line is a powerful treatment for repairing the hair that has been damaged by aggressive hairstyling treatments, at both in the cortex and in the cuticle TREATMENTSUBLIMElevel. With long-lasting effect.

The line is formulated with the most innovative actives in the scope of long lasting hair repairing, which act on all hair damage, restoring the properties of a virgin hair.

With 18-methyl eicosanoic acid derivative which restores hair cuticle and locks cuticle cells into their original flat position
Plant protein complex: repairs the keratin chains in the cortex.
Plant stem cells culture extract: recovers hair youth.
Caviar extract: anti-oxidant effect by means of its content in vitamins A, D, E and B12.
Argan oil: helps regenerate the hair and, instantly, provides a powerful shine
Shea butter: moisturises and protects hair





Bloom, Hair Care, hair growth, Uncategorized

Welcome to the Family

bloom2.jpgWe would like to welcome Piitsburgh’s very own Bloom by Robyn Greer as the newest product in to the store.

Bloom was created to help the scalp produce hair, promoting circulation at the surface to grow healthy hair strands. The system contains three products, shampoo, conditioner and progesterone. This system is vegan and all natural.


The shampoo is a therapeutic cleansing shampoo that provides a clean state that works in harmony with hair’s natural growth cycle, stimulating the scalp and promoting circulation.


Is a stimulating conditioner containing revitalizing and nourishing properties that add strength and body to all hair types.


Is a hormonal treatment, promoting hair growth, strengthening and nourishing hair strands, and adding manageability to all hair types

The complete system is $60.00+tx.

Hair Care, Uncategorized

Burning Up!!! Don’t damage your hair.

hair-on-fireThermal Safety
1. Start off Smart. Don’t shoot yourself in the foot before you even begin! Only use heat appliances on hair that is already in good condition. Damaged hair will always falter with regular heat exposure, and in most cases, give you less than stellar results anyway. Start with hair that has been deep conditioned within the last day or so for best results.  (Keracare Humecto Conditioner, Elucence Moisture Balance, Novex Mystic Black Leave In, Novex Brazilian Keratin Leave In)-Available At Edlis

2. Know Your Status. Knowing your own heat tolerance is important. Some hair types (usually coarser, thicker, relatively straight, wavy or loosely curly strands) can handle heat styling better than others long term. Just because your sister can fire up her irons daily with very little damage, doesn’t mean that you’re cleared, too. Remember, chemically processing the hair will reduce your hair’s heat tolerance.
3. Make it Measurable. Work with appliances, especially flat irons, that have dedicated temperature dials with actual, measurable readings—not just High and Low, or On and Off! This way, you’ll know immediately how much heat you’re working with. Healthy hair burns at just over 450F. (Notice, the emphasis on healthy hair.) This means that if your hair is compromised in any way, you can rest assured that your heat tolerance is much lower than this. If your hair is fine or fragile use temps no higher than the upper 200s or low 300s. If your hair is a medium texture and fairly healthy, 300 to 375 should work. If your hair is coarse (thick strands), you can venture above 350F to the low 400s fairly easily- but with all hair types, start low and work upward until you find a comfortable temperature zone.
4. Be Cold. Heat damage is no fun. To prevent burnout, become one with your blow dryer’s cold shot button!
5. Suit Up! You wouldn’t walk into a war zone without your protective gear! Always apply a thermal/heat-protectant spray, cream or serum to the hair before heat styling. Silicone based products offer the best heat protection. Color-treated and relaxed hair types tend to have a lower heat tolerance. Thinning ends are a sign that you may want to lay off the heat for awhile. (Keracare Liquid Sheen, Keracare Crème Press, Syntonics Thermasoft Leave-In, Silk Hydrating Elixir)-Available at Edlis
6. Keep Your Distance. The more direct the heat contact, the more potential for hair damage in the long run. Hold blow dryers about 6 to 10 inches away from your head, and direct the air down the hair shaft—not at the head. Use a diffuser attachment when possible for more even heat distribution. When straightening the hair with an iron, slowly decrease your ironing tension as you move along the hair shaft. The hair nearest the very ends is the most vulnerable to heat damage and has a much a lower heat tolerance- so ease up.
7. Keep it Moving. Allowing heat to concentrate or linger in sections will dry your hair faster and/or straighten it better, but it’s a quick way to guarantee high, mid, and low-shaft split ends. Keep your heat source moving! Do not leave heat appliances on the hair for more than a few seconds.
8. Let Moisture Work for You. Hair is most fragile when wet, but the moisture in our hair works as a buffer against heat damage by slowing the rate and distribution of heating. Hair that is adequately moisturized will heat more evenly and safely than dry, brittle hair- which heats rapidly and easily deteriorates the fiber. Blow dry your hair on the warmest setting while the hair is dampest, and reduce the blow dryer’s heat and speed as your hair begins to dry. You want to do the blowing when your hair’s moisture content is the highest, and then adjust the heat downward as the moisture leaves your hair. Warm, not hot air is key. It’ll take longer to dry, but you’ll have dry hair that is also quite hydrated in the end.
9. Let Your Fingers Do the Talking. Dry your freshly detangled hair in sections and use your fingers, or a wide toothed comb, to carefully stretch, separate, loosen and remove any other tangles while your hair is drying. If you use high-tension heat styling methods such as blowing out the hair with a round brush- do so in moderation, and only if your hair can tolerate it. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself with serious high and mid-shaft split ends. The curlier your hair, the more your fingers should do!
10. Make a Clean Sweep. Never use heat on hair that is dirty or laden with product buildup. Starting with clean, conditioned hair will give you a fresher, longer lasting style! Also, make sure that your flat iron or curling iron plates are clean before running them through your hair. Product crud can easily snag and abrade your hair.(Keracare Hydrating Shampoo, Elucence Moisture Benefits Shampoo, Syntonics Botanical Shampoo)Available at Edlis