AG Hair – Gentle Solutions For Healthy hair

Hair Care

AG hair understands the importance of healthy, shiny, and voluminous hair. They have created a range of gentle shampoos, nourishing conditioners, powerful styling sprays, and lightweight volumizers that offer salon performance while being gentle on your scalp and the environment. Their products are made from conditioning botanicals and effective ingredients, without sulfates, parabens, phthalates, DMDM Hydantoin, or gluten. AG is PETA-certified vegan and never tests on animals. They also strive to reduce packaging waste with refill pouches and use recycled materials. Browse our AG hair product reviews to find the perfect shampoo, conditioner, and styling products for your desired look.

Body Care

AG Haircare started as a small venture in the home of John and Lotte Davis but has grown into one of Canada’s top hair care producers. They are committed to natural solutions and sustainable ingredients, setting themselves apart from chemical-laden products in the industry. The AG Hair product range is free from salt, sulfates, parabens, PABA DEA, or gluten. Their packaging is recyclable, and they use aluminum as packaging material. AG supports gender equality in Kenya through its silicone-free shampoo and conditioner products. They also support the mission of One Girl Can. Explore AG’s diverse haircare products designed to nourish and rejuvenate every hair type, including curly hair.


AG hair cosmetics are formulated with conditioning botanicals and effective ingredients to help you achieve your desired look. They help maintain healthy-looking locks. AG also offers products specifically targeted towards blondes and hair straightening, providing salon-quality results without harsh chemicals.

AG Hair was founded in 1989 by Lotte and John Davis, bringing their expertise in hairdressing, product performance, retail merchandising, and design. The company still manufactures its professional hair care products in Vancouver. A portion of each purchase supports One Girl Can, an initiative that helps African girls transition out of extreme poverty and become independent working women with successful careers and influential voices in their communities.