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Jack Henry was started in 2017 after Bardouche’s wife looked at the ingredients in his hair product as they were about to put it on their first child, the namesake of the brand. Instead of applying something with plenty of synthetic ingredients, they set to work to create something that was better for them all. The resulting clay pomade was the first product in the Jack Henry line. From there, they’ve since expanded their include not only hair products but skincare and deodorant as well.
After offering a primer on the products, the group digs into what is on everyone’s mind: quarantine. What does a quarantine skin and hair care regimen look like? What happens when you need to cut your hair? What sort of products work best for people who are looking to start a new regimen now that they have so much time on their hands (hands that have hopefully been washed frequently for 20 seconds at a time, of course).
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