With over twenty years of industry experience and a lifetime of interest in natural cosmetics, Swing is devoted to bringing you products that are salon quality, healthy, eco-friendly and affordable.
Our products provide simple and natural solutions for the cleansing, treatment and finishing of all hair types. But they are not just good for you, these are products that perform. They add shine, texture and control without a sticky mess.
If you are looking to balance healthy for you and eco-friendly with performance then we would be happy to help help you select the right products for your hair and style.
KEVIN.MURPHY products use high levels of natural ingredients and essential oils that act as bio-catalysts, performing natural regenerative, moisturising and strengthening functions. Hair styles are created with weightless hold, meaning that the hair looks natural, product free, is never crunchy and can be brushed or combed with ease.
The range includes shampoos, conditioners, treatments and styling products, which have all been designed for specific hair types.
All KEVIN.MURPHY products are Paraben free and Sulphate free. KEVIN.MURPHY does not test any of its products on animals.
Since Australia is such a long way from the us, KEVIN.MURPHY, in a commitment to reducing its carbon footprint, moved manufacturing of its products to the USA.
Considered "Liquid Gold" in Morrocco, Argan oil is the key ingredient in the Moroccan Oil conditioning and styling products. High in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, argan oil is an amazing conditioner. Because it is light and absorbs quickly it can be used on all hair types. Swing is pleased to be able to offer deep conditioning treatments with this wonderful oil - new to us, but ancient to Morocco.
Argan oil is harvested from the argan nut by women's cooperatives in Morocco. According to the New York Times, "Because the extraction of argan oil is a labor-intensive task perfected by the Berber women native to the area (it takes a few days to produce one liter), the government has established a fund for the cooperatives. Women from the villages nearby are invited to work half days (so they can still tend to their families) in exchange for fair wages and good working conditions. Unesco has designated the 10,000-square-mile argan-growing region as a biosphere reserve."