Silk Amino Acids: reconstructs damaged areas, reinforces the hair's strength and revitalizes the hair for a soft, supple and shiny result.
Aloe Vera Juice: ingredient is a humectant, a substance that reduces moisture loss and has the ability to draw moisture from one's environment into skin and hair. Also a UV protectant.
Betaine: Healthy proteins produce thicker and denser hair growth. Betaine protects the hair proteins by helping the keratin cells retain water, improving the volume and texture of the hair shaft. Moreover, the outer layer of the hair shaft becomes more durable and long lasting.
DL Panthenol: It acts as an excellent humectant due to which D-Panthenol is known to make your hair soft and silky. It adds strength to your strands by boosting the elasticity of your hair and preventing the breakage, hair fall. It also protects your strands from pollution and other environmental aggressors.
Peppermint Oil: helps to stimulate blood flow to the root of the hair. This is very important for hair as it helps the hair to receive proper nourishment. This in turn will lead to hair growth. That tingly feeling of peppermint oil on the scalp is actually the stimulation of blood flow to the hair follicles.
Tea Tree Oil: is a great moisturizer for the hair. It helps to keep the scalp free of bacteria and fungal problems. Tea tree oil unblocks the sebaceous glands and encourages the flow of the scalps own moisturizing oils while clearing away dead skin cells. Tea tree oil mixed with other essential oils is especially good as a scalp treatment for relieving dandruff.
Lemon Oil: is especially beneficial for oily hair, it is recommended that persons with dry hair not use lemon oil, it is a good treatment for dry scalp, dandruff, lice, and under-active sebaceous glands.
Myrrh Oil: very good for dry hair. It helps with the treatment for dry scalp, dandruff problems and under-active sebaceous glands. Use this oil instead of lemon oil if your hair is not oily.
Lavender/ Sweet Orange: Powerhouses that rejuvenates.
Cedarwood: helps to relieve an itchy scalp.
Lemongrass: stimulates scalp circulation.
Patchouli: It rejuvenates cells with anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal properties.
Rosemary Oil: According to OrganicFacts.net, this is a nourishing tonic for those who are bald or have thinning hair because the oil has a stimulating effect on hair follicles. Graying hair and premature hair loss may both be improved with the regular application of rosemary essential oil. A popular ingredient in hair products, rosemary oil can be used in a scalp scrub to treat dandruff. Apply a few drops daily in a carrier oil or by itself to promote longer and stronger hair.
Avocado Oil: Rich in lecithin, vitamins A and E and protein this oil is an antioxidant. It penetrates and nourishes scalp, softens tissue and regenerates cells.
Beeswax: Excreted by bees to construct the honeycomb, it has excellent skin protective qualities.
Wild Crafted Birch: Included for its mild astringent properties, helps to soothe skin inflammations and eruptions. Contains botulin and botulinic acid, which have been shown to be powerful anti- carcinogens.
Calendula Extract: Currently being investigated for its anti-cancer properties, it is an astringent, and contains anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties.
Camphor Essential Oil: Anti-fungal properties.
Carrot Oil: Rich in beta carotene as well as minerals and vitamins, especially vitamin A. Improves the complexion due to its strengthening effect on red blood cells, adding tone and elasticity to the skin.
Shea Butter: A fat used for centuries, also called African Karité butter, is obtained from the nut of the Shea Tree (Butyrospermum parkii) which grows in Africa. Used by African healers over thousands of years as an exotic luxury emollient, reported to benefit dry, damaged and maturing skin. It is smooth, creamy and white in color although the color may vary from batch to batch. Shea has natural sun protection properties, vitamins and allantoin. Shea is also extremely moisturizing and gentle to the skin. In soaps, it gives a very luxurious feel to the finished product. It can also be added to creams and lotions or used alone for massage, skin cream, applied directly on small skin burns or applied to hair.
Neem Oil: From the seeds of a large evergreen tree. It includes preservative, anti-dandruff, anti-lice, anti-acne / pimples, anti-psoriasis/ eczema, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-viral properties. Commonly referred to as the “pharmacy tree”.
Cocoa Butter: Certified organic cocoa butter is a great addition for balms, lotions, creams, and soaps because of it's softening and skin-healing properties. This cocoa butter has a beautiful light aroma of chocolate. We only use the unrefined and highly fragrant form of cocoa butter for it’s rich skin soothing properties. Very hard and made from pressing cocoa beans used in chocolate and is a high saturated fat. Cocoa butter helps to lock in moisture to the skin.
Green Tea Leaf Extract: Green Tea Extract is a rich source of anti-oxidants such as Vitamin C and Vitamin E. It is said to help repair the effects of aging and environmental factors. When used in hair care products, green tea extract tones and protects the scalp.
Ylang Ylang Oil: Cananga odorata sweet, floral, heavy aroma. It has a long history in skin and hair care products, particularly in Asia, where it is used to promote luxuriant hair. Ylang-ylang is also a rumored aphrodisiac, regulates oil production.
Nettle Root Oil: Nettle root oil has been traditionally utilized by itself or together with Burdock root to help improve scalp conditions and promote hair growth. More recently Nettle root has become popular in combination with Saw Palmetto as a dietary supplement used to help combat hair loss. Obtained by cold extraction of Nettle root into extra virgin olive oil.
Helichrysum: It is extremely respected for its skin healing properties. It is very effective as an anti-microbial agent and anti-fungal agent.
Bay Laurel Oil: Bay essential oil can be used in hair care preparations to relieve scalp conditions.