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Ingredients We Use

The most important parts of our products are the ingredients we choose. Each product is natural and are chosen for their unique properties and the special ways they will affect your hair and scalp.

Aloe Vera

Strengthens hair, controls grease and stops the itch.

The many active ingredients and minerals in Aloe Vera work together to do amazing things for your hair. These include fatty acids, amino acids, and vitamins A, B12, C, and E. Working together, they foster healthy hair follicles which strengthens hair. 

The healthy enzymes in Aloe Vera break down fats and removes extra oil (called sebum). This helps control greasy hair. 

Aloe Vera is also known as a healer, which can help with common scalp conditions. One condition is called seborrheic dermatitis, which can cause dandruff, red skin, and scaly patches. 

Eucalyptus Oil

Promotes hair growth

Eucalyptus oil promotes hair growth because it improves the blood circulation in the scalp. The nutrients help in Eucalyptus oil work in the hair follicles giving you thicker and healthier hair. 

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Peppermint Leaves


Increases circulation and 
promotes hair growth

Peppermint oil stimulates circulation to the scalp which helps promote hair growth. You can feel it working with its cold and tingling feeling. 


Increases growth
of new hair

The essential oil from Rosemary has been found to stimulate the blood flow to the scalp, which increases new hair growth and may help to prevent baldness.

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Black Castor Oil

thickens and 

Black Castor Oil helps all hair types with its moisturizing properties. It increases blood flow to the scalp and provides important nutrients to the hair follicles. Hair is moisturized, thickened and prevented against breakage and a dry, itchy scalp. 

Rice Water

Increases hair regeneration

With amino acids and vitamins B, E and C, rice water aids in hair regeneration and growth.

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Increases hair regeneration

Flaxseed is rich with Omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins and vitamin E.  This combination promotes stronger hair follicles, helping hair to grow stronger and healthier and faster. 


Nourishes scalp and new hair follicles

Kiwi contains nourishing vitamins that improved circulation in the scalp. It also contains zinc which

helps to control oil glands. This combination fosters hair growth through nourishing the scalp. 

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Nourishes scalp and new hair follicles

Fenugreek has been shown to slow down or prevent hair loss. Its properties appear to reduce DHT from attaching to hair. DHT is known to cause hair loss. Using fenugreek can improve hair thickness.

Marshmallow Root

Boosts hair growth

Mucilage is a substance in a plant that provides a protective film. The mucilage in marshmallow root binds with hair to thickent it, as well as serving as a detangler and conditioner. 

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Coconut Oil

Thickens hair and removes sebum build-up

Coconut oil has essential fatty acids and vitamins

that go a long way in promoting longer and thicker hair. It nourishes the scalp and helps to remove sebum build-up.

Sunflower Oil

Stops hair breakage, reduces dandruff, and relieves itchy scalp

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With its oleic acid, Sunflower helps reduce hair breakage and split ends. Sunflower Oil also has anti-inflammatory properties that help  which relieve itch and reduce dandruff from the scalp.

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Emu Oil

Improves hair growth and reduces inflammation

Emu Oil has fatty acids providing moisturizing and healing properties. By reducing inflammation and nourishing the roots, Emu Oil helps improve hair growth and promotes healthy hair.

Wheat Protein

Helps retain moisture and eliminate frizz
and tangles.

Wheat Field

Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein increases the hair's ability to absorb and retain moisture. It strengthens hair from within which reduces breakage, tangles and frizz.  Hair will be healthier, shinier, and easier to style. 

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