Vegan Hair Care Brand Expands into Southeast Asia

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According to a Star.com report, the US hair care brand IGK will soon expand into Asia. In cooperation with the retail group Sephora, all the manufacturer’s products will soon be offered and distributed both in stores in the Southeast Asia region and in the Sephora online shop.

The vegan brand IGK was founded a few years ago by four hairdressers who now run salons in Miami, New York and Los Angeles. IGK is now looking forward to the new collaboration and the move onto the Asian market.

“We are very pleased to bring IGK to Southeast Asia with Sephora. We are very inspired by Asian culture, it fits perfectly with us and our brand’s philosophy,” co-founder Franck Izquierdo told Star.com. The hair specialist uses only natural ingredients such as coconut oil, coconut milk and turmeric for its vegan products. In addition, all products are free of gluten, parabens, sulphates and mineral oils.

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