Spring clean idea: Salon 512 hair product exchange

Salon 512 product lines.
Photo courtesy Salon 512.

By Janette Turner

If you consider yourself a multi-tasker, then you may want to clean your cabinets and claim 15% off new hair care purchases. Gail Meyring Sarvis of Salon 512 shows you how to take advantage of this spring clean offer:

“Starting now through the end of April, Salon 512 is offering to take back your half-full bottles of any brand of shampoos and conditioners and we will donate them to a local women’s shelter. For every product you donate you will receive 15% off of any like item purchase in Salon 512’s retail boutique.

“In other words: Donate a shampoo receive 15% off a purchase of shampoo. Donate a conditioner receive 15% off a purchase of conditioner. Salon 512’s retail boutique carries a variety of hair care products, including Moroccan Oil’s full line, Pureology, Redken, Redken for Men, and Nioxin.

“When purchasing your hair care products from Salon 512, the staff is available to assist you in making proper choices so you can feel assured that your products are right for you. We not only give samples of products, but we also have a money back guarantee or exchange if you’re not completely satisfied. There is also no pressure to purchase. We are here to share our knowledge and trust your shopping experience will be a pleasure.

“When choosing Salon 512 for your hair care, you become an integral part of a team. Our goal is to meet you with open, active listening to help in the development of your styling needs. Our stylists recognize that each person is unique. We are committed to making your time with us a pleasurable and comfortable experience, allowing you to feel relaxed and be pampered. If you are looking for a fresh new look come experience the most exceptional salon in the greater Edmonds area.”




  1. From my research, women shelters have said they only want new, unopened products. If there are shelters that take half bottles, please tell.

  2. One of our stylists has taken products to Pathways For Women, we also have another contact for Mary’s place. It’s a good question Karen, I’ll check further.

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