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INGREDIENTS

Let’s have a look at what’s in our products. We have listed some general information that is more of a summary and have highlighted some of the benefits for Hair and Skin care. If you would live more in-depth information about the ingredients, please head over to our blog for additional research information.

Beeswax

People have been using pure Beeswax to moisture and style their hair for a long time. Beeswax obviously comes from honey bees it is produced naturally by honey worker bees in the hives. Many people don’t know this, but beeswax is actually edible. When eaten, beeswax doesn’t have many health benefits, but beeswax is really good for skin and the hair.

Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay hair treatments are quite a mainstay in most women’s hair recipes. The clay has many benefits that can be applied for natural hair, damaged hair, dry hair and many other hair conditions. Bentonite clay natural hair treatment can really help improve your hair’s texture, growth and thickness.

Biotin

Biotin is also a nutrient that helps us keep young, attractive appearance since it plays a major part in maintaining the health of our hair. Biotin sometimes gets the nickname the “H” vitamin, which stems from the German words Haar and Haut that mean “Hair and Skin”.

Castor Oil

Castor oil has natural antibacterial and antifungal properties and high in Vitamin E, minerals, proteins and Omega 6 and 9 beneficial fatty acid. Its unusually high in ricinoleic acid ratio make it beneficial to skin and hair. Castor oil can be used on the scalp to prevent and remedy hair loss and it is effective.  One of the best properties of castor oil is the fact that it retards the growth of harmful microbes.

Candelilla Wax

Candelilla wax is rich in nutrients and easily absorbed into the scalp and hair while creating an instant barrier to prevent moisture loss in the scalp and hair. Candelilla wax is extracted from the Candelilla plant and it means “little candle.” It is a natural multifunctional vegetable wax comprising a complex of natural wax esters. It is extracted by boiling the plant to separate the wax from it. It is a non-gelling thickener, viscosity enhancer, and film former with protecting properties. This vegetable wax is often used as a viable substitution for beeswax, which is great for vegan lifestyles.

Cayenne Pepper (Capsicum Frutescens)

Cayenne Pepper creates a tingling sensation on the scalp and in the hair follicle. The tingling sensation is in fact electric signals the Papilla (the hair root) located at the base of the hair follicle. The Papilla has dense network of blood capillaries that feed the hair strand with nutrient rich blood in order for hair to grow properly.

Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood is basically a plant native to cold climates and is normally found in high altitudes. Cedarwood oil is another powerful anti-septic, anti-seborrhoeic agent. It works to cleanse, soothe and treat inflamed follicles that lead to dandruff. As an anti-septic, it cleanses hair follicles and cuticles, unclogging pores and allowing moisture and nutrients to penetrate.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is very popular and frequently preferred as hair oil word wide. Coconut oil is rich in carbohydrates, vitamin and minerals which are good in human body and also for hair. However coconut oil is not limited to hair, it is also used in preparation for cosmetics soaps and creams. Coconut oil has been in use as hair oil for thousands of years, and it has shown remarkable result.

Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense also known as olibanum comes from the genus Boswellia. Frankincense is also excellent at promoting a healthy scalp and moisturizing existing hair follicles to prevent and treat hair loss. Adding a few drops of frankincense to castor oil helps equalize the nasty scent, plus speed up that growth process even more.

Garlic Oils

Garlic that wonder-food with so many benefits, can add another item to its long list of home remedy uses for treatment hair loss. The sulfur and selenium contained within garlic fortify the structure of the hair shaft, meaning it can not only help to replenish lost hair, but can strengthen existing hair as well. The vitamins and minerals that each clove of garlic is imbues with can also naturally condition your hair while adding strength.

Geranium Essential Oil

The Essential Oil of Geranium is extracted through steam distillation of stems and leaves of the Geranium plant, bearing the scientific name Pelargonium Graveolens. Known for its ability to nourish and tone your scalp which in turn promotes hair growth. Works great with both oily and dry hair to help regulate the sebum production and balance the oils found in your scalp. As a result of the balance in our hair and scalp oil secretion you end up with silky smooth hair.

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp oil can be used to beautify your hair from within, as well as from without. The oil is rich in essential fatty acid, along with vitamins and proteins. Hemp oil is good for people with all hair and skin types, though its nutty scent can take some getting used to it. Hemp oil conditions your hair and your scalp, the oil is also a natural moisturizer that boosts scalp health.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil

Jamaican black castor oil is rich in Omega-9 fatty acids that moisturize the scalp, which prevent your hair from drying out. Applying castor oil regularly can help moisturize your roots and scalp to prevent dry air, as well as promote hair growth. Jamaican black castor oil has many benefits for your hair increase hair growth, thicken hair that starting to thin out, reduce to prevent hair damage.

Lanolin Oil

Sheep are the only source of lanolin oil; a sheep gets sheared once yearly and provides about 10 pounds of wool annually. Lanolin is made up of wax ester, fatty acids and other organic compounds. Lanolin oil’s emollient properties, it is commonly used in skin and hair products, and is particularly helpful for very curly hair or hair with a slight wave.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil is useful for hair care because it has been shown to be very effective on lice, lice eggs and nits. Furthermore lavender essential oil has also been shown to very helpful in the treatment of hair loss, particularly for patient who suffer from alopecia, an autoimmune disease where the body reject its own hair follicles.

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass (Cymbopogon) is a tall plant from Poaceae grass family, which thrives in tropical and subtropical region. Lemongrass oil has analgesic, antimicrobial, antiseptic, carminative, astringent, antipyretic, fungicidal, bactericidal and antidepressant properties. Making it one of the most versatile and health-promoting essential oils. Lemongrass oil is beneficial if you’re struggling with hair loss, oily hair and other scalp conditions. It can help strengthen your hair follicles.

Lime Essential Oil

Organic Lime is one among the best essential oil for treating dull, oily, lifeless, rough, frizzy and greasy hair. This oil has a handful of essential nutrients that nourish the scalp and add natural shine to your hair. Oily and greasy hair is the most prominent reasons for inviting dandruff as these types of haor attract dust and dirt very easily. Lime removes oil quickly and moisturizes the scalp from within. Lime oil can get rid for you dandruff, dry and itchy scalp.

Niacin (Vitamin B3)

Niacin also known as Vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid is the little known vitamin that plays a bog role in a healthy hair growth. Niacin is hair growth supplement that provide complete nutrients for hair growth. The main function of Niacin is to transform carbohydrates into energy. Niacin also helps maintain the structure of the blood cells and improves blood circulation, that’s why Niacin brings more blood flow to the scalp.

Olive Oil

Olive oil is made up of will coat the shaft of your hair, helping to keep it healthy and protected. Using hair dye, flat irons and even using hair dryers can damage the outer layer of your hair. Olive oil will coat the damage outer layer of the hair, giving them a sleeker, smoother and healthier appearance. Hair care product is full of chemicals, which actually can damage your hair more in a long run. Using a high quality olive oil as hair will give your hair back its health appearance naturally.

Onion

Onions are effective in promoting hair growth. Onions have rich in sulfur content to them, Onions juices when applied on the scalp alone or in combination with other hair loss remedies can improve the blood circulation to the scalp. Sulfur also improves the production of collagen tissues which is necessary for the growth of hair. You can achieve improve volume to your hair by regularly applying the onion juice on the scalp.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint oil has been used across the world for many years as a hair treatment. It can help address common hair concerns such as dry scalp, hair loss, hair growth and more. Though peppermint oil can work wonders it is very strong and may be irritating for people with sensitive scalp. Mixing it with a carrier oil is best but it can also be mixed with other essential oils to ensure that you do feel a burning sensation when applying it your scalp.

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary oil has its ability to stimulate hair growth, Rosemary oil and rosemary teas are widely used for hair care in shampoos and lotions. If you regularly use rosemary oil it can help to stimulate follicles, making hair grow longer and stronger. It is also believe the rosemary oil slow down premature hair loss and graying of the hair. Rosemary essential oil is also beneficial for dry and flaky scalps.

Sandalwood Essential Oil

Sandalwood essential oil is derived from the steam distillation of the wood from the sandalwood tree. It’s woody and earthy aroma is incredibly grounding and rich but not overwhelming. Sandalwood oil is to treat scalp fungal ailments and dandruff, this oil soothes and moisturizes a dry, irritated or inflamed scalp, it also deep cleans the scalp and hair, unclogging cuticles and follicles.

Shea Butter

Shea butter is considered natural moisture due to its natural healing and moisturizing properties. Shea butter is known to help relieve itching, dry scalp and even dandruff. Shea butter is rich in Vitamin A and E which aids in healing, soothes scalp, help with dryness and help mend splits ends. Shea butter has anti-inflammatory properties, is easily absorbed into the skin and scalp and will not clog pores.

Silk Amino Acid

Silk amino acids, also known as silk protein or sericin are the jelly like proteins that bind the tiny fibers in silk. They are used to help prevent dehydration of the skin and help strengthen hair. They come from the silk worm, which aren’t actually worms but caterpillars despite their name. The Silk amino proteins bind to the keratin that we have in our have creating a layer to help against moisture loss. During this binding   process the silk proteins are able to penetrate and strengthen damage hair.

Sulfur (Mineral)

Sulfur is a naturally occurring mineral, and the third most abundant in the human body behind calcium and phosphorus. Sulfur is often referred to as one of the building blocks of hair, with good reason. Our hair comprised of a durable protein called keratin, which is high in sulfur content. Sulfur is required for proteins (like keratin) to maintain their shape, which contributes directly to the overall health, strength, and elasticity of hair.

Sweet Orange Essential Oil

Essential oil is a concentrated liquid extraction from the leaves, stems and flowers of plants. Orange Essential oil can be added to carrier oils, such as olive, jojoba, coconut, castor oil and sesame oils, and applied to your hair for deep conditioning and cleansing. Orange essential oil soothes a dry, irritated scalp, plus stimulates blood circulation to the scalp. It penetrated into your hair follicles and cuticles, bringing nourishment and moisture. This oil also helps regulate its production of natural oil, or sedum, leaving hair soft and shiny. Plus it smells delightful.

Tangerine Essential Oil

Tangerine Essential is a wonderful scalp stimulation and is known to stimulate cell generation. It is a great cleanser because it purifies the blood and removes toxins. It is also anti-inflammatory and can soothe inflammations. It provides some relief to cracked skin, dryness and hair problems such as dandruff. Along with being anti-inflammatory, Tangerine also has the following properties: Antispasmodic, Antifungal, Antimicrobial, Antiseptic, Depurative properties that aid the detox process, Cytophylactic which essentially means that the oil stimulates the regeneration of cells which benefits the skin.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree oil can be used for various hair problems, including promoting hair growth. Tea tree oil is extracted from the narrow leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia. Tea tree oil is a great alternative to chemical-filled and artificial hair care products. It is an herb that reduces hair loss and promotes hair growth. To use Tea tree oil is simple massage the oil on the scalp issues and to produce healthy, shiny beautiful hair.

Vitamin E

When regularly applied with Vitamin E oil the quality and texture of the hair can be improved. Vitamin E is a great stimulant for growth of capillaries, when the capillaries are healthy and profuse, the blood circulation in the scalp will be enhance which will therefore promote strong and healthy growth of hair. Vitamin E helps repair the damage hair follicles and prevent tissue corrosion, which in turn encourages healthy hair growth, it also deeply conditions the hair from root to shaft to make it healthier and shinier, and prevent premature graying.

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Ylang Ylang Essential is a wonderful scalp cleanser due to its anti-seborrhoeic and anti-septic properties. Ylang Ylang oil is especially effective for cleansing oily scalps and treating scalp problems such as seborrhea, dandruff and psoriasis. Ylang Ylang Essential oil can be attributed to its properties as an antidepressant, anti-seborrhoeic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, hypotensive, nervine and sedative substance.

Zinc (Mineral)

Zinc is a vital mineral for healthy hair, dermatologist recommend zinc for hair growth and how zinc consumption can prevent hair loss. A good zinc supplement for hair loss will supply a good amount of the mineral, as well as other key hair nutrient such as biotin, vitamin C and iron. Zinc is also believed to play a crucial role in DNA and RNA production. This is required for the normal division of hair follicles cells, leading to healthier hair growth.

 

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