My mother may be the most difficult person in the world to buy a gift for….
She (my mom) is retired, comfortable, and so freaking particular about everything that it’s nearly impossible to find her a gift that she likes, wants, and doesn’t already have. Last Mother’s Day, after getting flowers delivered she called my brother and asked if she could exchange them for an arrangement that matched her new kitchen decor…See what I’m up against? So when I found Prose, I was ecstatic!
Here’s Why Prose Is The Perfect Gift
It Is Personalized… Made to Order
Prose is a hyper-personalized hair system that lets mom (or anyone) choose what she wants from her hair. They factor in what she wants from her hair, where she lives, her age, diet, allergies, styling products, color, etc… and they make a personalized formula made to order specifically for her-and they even put her name on it. AKA…The perfect gift for even the most particular person on earth!
It Really Works
Prose has been featured by dozens of publications, including Vogue, Allure, GQ, and The New York Times, to name a few. It’s not all just buzz though. Since the company launched in 2017, they’ve created custom products for almost a million customers and amassed over 225,000 five-star reviews from all genders and all different hair types. The one thing that all of those reviews have in common? Prose addressed their hair care needs.
Mom can choose what products she wants to add to her current routine, or maybe she will decide to replace her hair-care routine entirely, who knows…What I do know is that almost a million people all over the world have already switched to this simplified, individualized system.
It’s Practically Designed For Last Minute Gifters
Prose makes gifting super simple. You simply go online, fill in the “From” and “To” sections, and select the date you want them to receive their digital gift card–and that’s it! I’m planning on my own Prose products so she has something to physically open. Then I’ll go through the online questionnaire with her (A risky move, I know).