Get gorgeous summer hair with Deity products- 15% OFF!

Deity is offering a special summer sale. Buy three or more items and get 15% OFF your entire order! When shopping for your mane, opt for heat protecting hair products made with natural ingredients. Don’t forget to moisturize your scalp and hair to maintain smoothness and volume. Deity natural hair care uses no harmful chemicals and the natural formula is gentle on your scalp, promoting hair growth and resiliency against breakage and dryness.

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Gear up for the holidays and get your stocking stuffers now!

Deity America has a great new promotion for the upcoming holidays. Get 15% OFF your entire order, PLUS get the Deep Penetrating Conditioner for Damaged Hair for just $10.99 (normally $12.99) Here’s a secret, you can double dip and use both promotions at once! What a great way to save money and to stock up on your hair care needs supply. Also great for stocking stuffers! Click here to shop now

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Thanksgiving SALE is here!

For this Thanksgiving Holiday, Deity has two special promotions!

Buy any two products and get the Camellia Silk Serum Shine for FREE. Originally $11.99! The Camellia Silk Serum Shine is is formulated to penetrate your hair cuticle to stop breakage, prevent split ends and smoothen texture.

The second offer is 15% OFF the Deep Penetrating Conditioner for Damaged Hair. This product penetrates hair with natural plant extracts and with a protein-injected formula to restore strength, elasticity, shine and condition split ends. Originally $12.99, you can not purchase this item for just $10.99 for a limited time only!

Fall into savings


We have two fall promotions that you can choose from!

This is the perfect time to get a gift for a friend or to spoil yourself by purchasing two of your favorite items. Or, why not try our three newest products below?

35% OFF Deity Plant Shampoo & Conditioner
Buy Deity of Hair Plant Shampoo & Conditioner for a discounted price of $21.95! Regular price is $33.94. This is the perfect time to restock your supply of natural and plant based shampoo and conditioner. Deal expires Dec. 15.

Natural Oils for Healthy Hair and Scalp

Argan Oil

Argan oil is derived from the fruit of Morocco’s Argan tree. It’s a very rich, conditioning oil that does wonders for your hair. Rich in vitamin E, proteins and essential fatty acids, Argan oil is very effective in moisturizing and revitalizing dull and over processed hair. It’s also great for moisturizing your scalp. To apply, just smooth all over damp hair. Also massage your scalp with the oil to heal dry skin then wash after 30 to 40 minutes. It’s non-greasy and absorbs easy. The catch? because Argan oil is rare and is most effective at its purest state, it can be very costly. Some alternatives to try include Deity Super Serum Gro Nutmeg, made with nutmeg and Argan oils.

Olive Oil
Heart-healthy olive oil is best known for its culinary flair, but did you know that it fights heart disease just as well it fights dandruff, frizz and dry hair? Olive oil is made up of fatty acids that can repair damaged hair, keeping it shiny and smooth. It has moisturizing properties and helps prevent dandruff and split ends. By using this Mediterranean oil as hair treatment just once or twice a week, you can have healthy hair and scalp without spending big bucks! To use, microwave half a cup just so it’s warm and then apply to scalp and hair using fingertips. Wrap hair using a shower cap and leave for 30 minutes. Rinse and shampoo as usual. No time to prepare olive oil? Try Tibet Temple & Nape Penetrating Oil, also made with olive oil. Just pour and apply for super easy application!

Camellia Seed Oil
Camellia Seed Oil is rich in fatty acids and is made from the nuts of Camellia Japonica.  It’s great for restoring moisture, shine and softness to dry and damaged hair. It also protects hair against pollutants, making it ideal as a leave-in conditioner. Suffering form itchy scalp? like most natural oils, this Asian variety is also effective in penetrating the skin to restore moisture and prevent dry, itchy scalp. Camellia Seed Oil works best on clean hair. Wash and pat hair dry with a towel. Use your finger tips to work the oil into the scalp then spread from roots to ends. Try Camellia Silk Serum Shine (pictured above) for silky, smooth hair.

Tired of dandruff? Try Deity Natural Dandruff and Anti-Itch Plant Shampoo

sb10063274ag-001Dandruff is a common disorder marked by flaking and itchy scalp. Although it’s bothersome, dandruff can be managed by using the right hair product.

Want something that works? Try Deity Natural Dandruff and Anti-Itch Plant Shampoo! Especially formulated product just for dandruff, Deity Dandruff and Anti-Itch Plant Shampoo is made with plant extracts that rapidly penetrates into the skin and effectively nourishes the scalp. Best of all, it’s made with natural ingredients! Try it now!

In addition to using Deity Dandruff and Anti-Itch Plant Shampoo, here’s some home remedies that you can do to lessen those flakes or to prevent it from re-occurring:

  • Learn to manage stress. Stress affects your overall health, making you susceptible to a number of conditions and diseases. It can even help trigger dandruff or worsen existing symptoms.
  • Shampoo often. If you tend to have an oily scalp, daily shampooing may help prevent dandruff.
  • Cut back on styling products. Hair sprays, styling gels, mousses and hair waxes can all build up on your hair and scalp, making them oilier.
  • Eat a healthy diet. A diet that provides enough zinc, B vitamins and certain types of fats may help prevent dandruff.
  • Get a little sun. Sunlight may be good for dandruff. But because exposure to ultraviolet light damages your skin and increases your risk of skin cancer, don’t sunbathe. Instead, just spend a little time outdoors. And be sure to wear sunscreen on your face and body.

Source: Mayo Clinic


Natural Hair Trend for Black Women: No More Relaxers!?


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Could it be true? Are the days of hair relaxing, perming and chemical processing by colored women finally coming to an end? Not only are these treatments expensive and time consuming, but they can put your health at risk too.

According to New America Media, studies have shown that chemicals found in many African-American haircare products may be linked to frightening diseases such as reproductive effects and birth defects, breast cancer, heart disease, cognitive disorders, premature puberty and altered immune function. If that’s not enough warning, maybe the threat of hair loss will steer some women away from harsh styling like braiding. Dr. David Leffell, a Dermatology Professor at Yale, says that the constant pulling from tightly braided hair is a major cause of hair loss, particularly in African-American girls. After all these findings, it’s no surprise that a more natural approach for haircare is becoming more and more popular for black women.

The natural hair trend is not just in social media and magazine articles; market statistics prove it. Expenditure data from 2008 to 2013 shows that “The natural hair trend is driving an increase in sales of styling products such as styling moisturizers, setting lotions, curl creams, pomades, etc., but the increase has caused the relaxer segment to decline in sales,” says Tonya Roberts, multicultural analyst at Mintel. Women are buying hair products to embrace a more natural look rather than using harmful relaxers.

So, what can we learn from all this? Be daring, go au naturel! It’s beautiful AND better for your health! But before you raid the beauty store for haircare products, make sure you choose wisely. Not all products are made equal. Choose ones that are effective, but as natural as possible. The lesser the chemicals, the better! Aside from relying on store-bought remedies, see below for some simple and practical tips from Dr. Leffell.

  • Don’t shampoo excessively-once a day is fine.
  • Avoid the excessive use of chemicals for conditioning (conditioners just coat the hair shaft).
  • Avoid excessive exposure to the sun.
  • Do not wear tight braids. Tight braids, especially in children, can result in a form of baldness called traction alopecia