Bebe Wood, a blonde, blue-eyed beauty who is best known for her role in the hit TV series Beauty and the Beast, has been working with a team of beauty experts to develop a new natural hair care product that uses plant extracts to help with frizz, dark circles and frizz-prone scalp.
“Bebe is a beauty icon,” Dr. Andrew Rizzo, the president of The Beauty & the Beast Foundation, told The New York Times.
“I think the idea behind the product is to use the ingredients in nature to treat the underlying issues.”
The foundation says the product contains vitamins A, C and E, as well as extracts from rosemary and other plants.
The ingredients used to make the new natural shampoo and conditioner include “rosemary oil, which is a natural antioxidant, vitamin C and vitamin E,” and “rosemarie oil, a combination of essential oils, to treat dark circles,” The New Yorker reported.
Bebe’s new shampoo and moisturizer is made of rosemary oil.
“It is a powerful product that I feel will be the best natural shampoo for people who are sensitive to fragrances and who don’t like to use natural products,” Dr Rizzos told the Times.
The new product comes as Bebe continues to work with dermatologists to find a treatment for her dry scalp.
Bebe previously used a gel-like shampoo that contains vitamins E and C and a natural peptide that works to calm her scalp.
Dr Rizzas website contains a link to a page dedicated to the natural shampoo.
In the meantime, Bebe’s fans are looking forward to the next step in her journey.
She told People magazine last month that she has been researching natural hair products for her entire life.
“My whole life, I’ve been in a fight to find products that work for me, and I have never had a product that did it,” she said.
But Bebe was skeptical when she found out the new shampoo had been made by a company called The Beauty and The Beast Foundation.
“[They] have a lot of products that I haven’t tried, and they make them so cheaply and there’s no safety concerns,” Bebe said.
“The foundation’s been around for years, and so I thought, ‘Well, this is it.'”