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The Best New Hair and Scalp Products Launching in June

Best New Hair and Scalp Products Launching in June 2022

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Hot take: This is the summer of the scalp. Considering how sweaty things are gonna get, we can't pay attention to just our hair while our scalps are at their oiliest. That's like painting your nails without doing a base coat first. And luckily, lots of the new June launches are focused squarely on where your follicles are found.

Hair Rituel by Sisley-Paris and Christophe Robin are both launching purifying shampoos that refresh the scalp with gentle yet effective ingredients, while brands like Naturally Drenched and EVOLVh want to soothe your scalp with lightweight, nourishing oils. Boscia is introducing an exfoliating powder that both your scalp and face can use, and Lanshin's latest tool allows you to experience acupressure benefits.

Needless to say, there are plenty of new products intended for your actual hair. We're especially excited about the new class of masks coming from Drunk Elephant, R + Co, and L'Oréal Paris. Leave-in sprays are looking promising too, with new launches from Briogeo and Matrix.

Take a look for yourself — you're sure to find a new favorite hair product for summertime and beyond in this batch of June freshness.

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Marci Robin is a contributing editor at Allure. She previously served as senior beauty editor at, executive editor of xoVain, and senior online editor at NewBeauty; her writing has also appeared in publications such as InStyle,, and Refinery29. She graduated from Florida State University with a degree… Read moreContributing Editor

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