Almond Oil: Stimulates collagen. Helps to heal hair and prevent dandruff. It can be used to treat acute skin infections like eczema and psoriasis. It can rejuvenate the scar tissue, and can possibly even out the color. People with a but allergy should never use almond oil.
Aloe Vera: Contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair.
Argan Oil: Adds moisture, reduces wrinkles, brightens skin, fades dark spots, cleanse skin, conditions hair, and soothes dry scalp.
Avocado Oil: Is unique being that it one of very few oils that can actually penetrate your hair shaft. Packed with vitamins and amino acids, this oil can strengthen your hair and add luster. It’s great for dry, damaged, or weak hair.
Basil: Great in prevention of hair loss as it reduces itching in your scalp region and also enhances blood circulation in the head area.
Black Tea: The high caffeine content in black tea prevents hair loss by blocking the hormone responsible for hair loss. It reduces shedding, gives shine, darkens hair or brings out some highlights.
Brown Sugar: natural humectant, which means it pulls moisture from the environment into your skin for a boost of hydration. It also naturally contains glycolic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid that helps lift away dead cells and surface impurities.
Calendula Flower: Used to hydrate dry scalps, remove dandruff, and improve the condition of the scalp. With its regenerative properties it helps the hair follicles grow abundantly allowing for a thicker mane.
Cane Sugar: Glycolic acid is derived from sugar cane and is essentially a fruit acid that works as an exfoliant. Because it’s highly acidic but is also highly soluble and has the smallest molecules in the group so is able to penetrate skin deeply and easily, making it the most effective for treating fine lines, acne, blackheads, dullness, oiliness etc.
Castor Oil: Packed with replenishing omega-6 fatty acids, repairing amino acids and enriching vitamin E, castor oil is a great one for helping to keep hair strong and healthy, delaying the arrival of those dreaded split ends.
Chamomile: Good for acne and eczema. Nourishes hair and scalp. Anti-inflammatory. It hydrates the scalp and soothes itching and irritation. Softens hair, soothes the scalp, lighten and conditions.
Cinnamon Oil: Treat various hair problems like hair thinning, hair fall, and dandruff and can also stimulate hair growth. Citric acid: Mild organic acid found in citrus fruits, used as a natural preservative.
Cocoa Butter: Helps to create a natural, healthy oil production which in turn minimizes dandruff, and produces healthy hair follicles. This naturally leads to thicker, stronger hair.
Coconut Oil: Helps to tame frizz and tames curls. Scalp conditioner and helps to minimize dandruff.
Cupuacu Butter: This butter helps strengthen hair and promote a healthy scalp, all thanks to its abundant nutrients and minerals.
Dandelion Root: Anti-fungal herb rich source of vitamin A, C, and E as well as B-complex vitamins. It contains choline, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, biotin and calcium all of which play a significant role in making your hair healthy and stronger as well as stimulate hair growth.
Deionized water: Water that has almost all of its mineral ions removed, such as cations like sodium, calcium, iron and copper, and anions such as chloride and sulfate.
Evening Primrose Oil: Helps to clear up acne, soothe eczema and is anti-inflammatory. Helps to eliminate dirt, sweat, and excess sebum from hair and skin.
Fenugreek Seeds: Contain a hormone that helps prevents hair loss. They contain proteins and nicotinic acid that strengthen your hair.Frankincense Oil: Promotes a healthy scalp and moisturizing existing hair follicles to prevent and treat hair loss. Helps to fade dark marks and stretch marks.
Geranium Oil: Its astringent property helps tighten the skin and to diminish the appearance of the symptoms of aging, such as sagging and wrinkling skin. Also been used to promote hair growth by nourishing the scalp and balancing the production of sebum and natural oils.
Ginger Oil: Contributes to the health and cleanliness of the scalp, soothes dryness and itchiness, and enhances healthier hair growth by stimulating and improving circulation to the scalp.
Grape seed Oil: Rich in linoleic acid, a polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acid. Essential fatty acids are the building blocks of healthy cells. They hydrate, moisturize, and soften skin. Reduces the appearance of scars and lightens skin.
Green Tea: Increases blood flow into the scalp, which provides the hair with more nutrients and promotes hair growth. Works best with freshly brewed tea.
Hemp Oil: Excellent remedy for dull or limp hair that lacks vibrancy, as well as itchy or dry scalps.
Hibiscus Flower: Makes hair more manageable and helps with detangling. Helps to cleanse strands and scalp. The citric acid in Hibiscus accelerates cell turnover, which is beneficial to those who suffer from hyperpigmentation. Also unclogs pores.
Honey: A natural humectant with anti-microbial properties to help repair and calm the skin. It’s antioxidant properties helps to improve skin discoloration and its anti-bacterial properties help to find acne.
Horsetail Oil: Because of its silica content, horsetail is also useful when trying to stimulate hair growth. The herb rejuvenates your hair, adding sheen to the appearance and strength to the hair shafts.
Jojoba Oil: The vitamins and minerals found in jojoba oil (vitamins B and C, zinc, copper) provide nourishment to the hair and help keep it thick and growing. Balances oily skin, calms eczema, helps with acne, and softens cuticles.
Kaolin Clay: A natural and gentle exfoliant that helps to reduce breakouts and absorbs excess oil. It helps to remove impurities and bacteria from the skin, making it a great detoxing mineral. Its mineral makeup allows it to soothe inflamed and irritated skin.
Kokum Butter: Perfect for stimulating the scalp for healthy hair growth. It helps cell oxygenation, making nutrients more readily available for use by scalp/skin tissues – which helps promote hair growth.
Lavender: help with hair loss issues, it balances sebum production, controls hair shedding and is beneficial in the treatment of inflammatory scalp ailments. Naturally Blocks DHT, conditions, promotes growth, thickens, fights itching and dandruff.
Lemon Oil: Lightens and brightens the skin by removing dead skin cells from the surface as it gently and deeply cleanses. It provides tone, tightening and lifting the skin.
Lemongrass Oil: Has astringent properties which helps to minimize your pores as well as keep your oil levels balanced. Strengthens hair follicles and is anti-fungal.
Licorice Oil: Inhibits the production of an enzyme needed to produce melanin (pigment) in the skin, helps remove excess melanin, has anti-inflammatory benefits.
Mango Butter: Packed with fatty acids and other vitamins, mango butter is great moisture-rich food for your hair. Its benefits include softening the hair and preventing environmental damage.
Marshmallow Leaf: Effective detangler as it is rich in mucilage and can be boiled and added to your natural conditioner for an easy way to boost your hair health.
Mint Leaf: One of the highest sources of carotene and antioxidants, it offers natural antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties, which helps quash dandruff and other scalp issues. Blocks DHT, Provides Cooling & Refreshing scalp stimulation – encouraging growth by increasing circulation.
Moringa: Provides hair with protection from damage, may reduce shedding, dandruff, and promote new hair growth.
Murumu Butter: Being rich in omegas, it helps soften the hair, promotes elasticity, shine, and locks in moisture. This butter also helps control frizz and define curls.
Neem: Stimulates collagen production, softens wrinkles, conditions scalp, tames frizz, seals hair follicles, and promotes healthy hair growth.
Nettle Leaf: Promotes hair growth, creates and supports new hair follicles, adds shine, and reduce dandruff. Conditions, improves texture, irritated scalp, and dry scalp. Naturally is rich in sulfur and silica. Fights hair loss, promoting hair health and keeping it shiny.
Olive Oil: Reduces scalp irritation, conditions hair, fades scars by helping skin cells to regenerate.
Orange Oil: Packed full of vitamin C, this essential oil helps to fight acne and reduce skin discoloration.
Papaya: This fruit is rich in lycopene and vitamin A, which helps to fight the signs of aging. The enzymes in papaya have skin lightening abilities as it has beta-carotene and other phytochemicals.
Peppermint: Blocks DHT, Provides Cooling & Refreshing scalp stimulation – encouraging growth by increasing circulation.
Phenoxyethanol: a preservative that can be found naturally in green tea, but the commercial ingredient is synthetically produced in a laboratory creating what’s termed a “natural identical” chemical.
Pomegranate Oil: Anti-microbial, helps to get rid of dead skin cells, and decreases inflammation.
Rosehip: The astringent properties in rosehip oil help tighten your pores and brighten your skin. Filled with vitamins that evens out skin tone and firms the skin. Calms itchy scalps and moisturizes hair.
Rosemary: High in nutrients that stimulate blood to the scalp which promotes growing hair. It also is anti-inflammatory to geed hair follicles and sooth the scalp.
Sage: good for preventing grey hairs, and promote hair shine and hair growth. It is also indicated for dry hair and scalp, thinning hair, hair loss and if you want it darkens your hair color.
Safflower Oil: Strengthens and stimulates hair growth. Removes dirt and oil from skin and prevents dryness.
Sea Buckthorn Oil: It promotes skin hydration, elasticity, cell regeneration, and even helps treat and prevent acne. Sea Buckthorn oil has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce swelling and redness associated with many skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.
Shea Butter: repairs breakage by strengthening your strands from root to tip. Shea butter can also protect your hair from harmful UV Rays and prevent sun damage.Sunflower Oil: Gets rid of acne causing bacteria and locks in moisture for stronger hair.
Tamanu Oil: Encourages stronger, longer, and healthier hair growth. Eliminates fungal infections on the scalp. Contains anti-oxidants and promotes collagen.
Tea Tree Oil: Promotes glowing skin and fights acne. Reduces acne scars. Anti-bacterial. Opens clogged hair follicles. Stimulates scalp. Naturally Fights DHT, Antimicrobial, anti-viral.
Turmeric: Reduces scars. Anti-fungal. Fights eczema and psoriasis. Anti-bacterial. Fights acne.
Vitamin E Oil: Decreases hair loss. Promotes hair growth. Balances oil on scalp. Reduces scarring and decreases hyperpigmentation.
Ylang Ylang Oil: Prevents excessive dryness and prevents inflammation.