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While it may be second nature to you to read nutrition labels on foods before you buy them, you probably don’t scrutinize your hair product labels too closely. But it's not hard — just a few key ingredients can take your hair from so-so to head-turning. Here, top 6 essential natural ingredients you should always look for when you check the ingredients list in your hair product even in hair styling product.
Shea butter is a byproduct of shea nuts that are harvested from the Vitellaria paradoxa tree in West Africa. Which is produced through an arduous process of harvesting, washing, and preparing the shea nuts from which oil is then extracted. The shea tree is also known as the “karite tree” (which means “tree of life”) because of its many healing properties.
High in fatty acids, shea butter in hair product is an emollient — meaning it provides a layer of oil on top of the surface of a hair strand, significantly reducing the amount of moisture (water) lost.
Vegetable glycerin, also known as glycerol or glycerine, is a clear liquid typically made from soybean, coconut or palm oils. It is odorless and has a mild, sweet taste with a syrup-like consistency.
Natural Hair products containing vegetable glycerine act as strong humectants—meaning, they attract and bind water to themselves. Vegetable glycerine also creates a layer of oil over the hair strand, thus aiding in the retention of moisture.
Centuries ago, the Native Americans extracted a luminous golden liquid from jojoba seeds to soothe, heal and restore their skin. This ancient super-ingredient is unlike any oil, because it’s not one. Jojoba oil is an oil-like wax extracted from the seeds of the jojoba plant. The jojobaplant is a shrub native to the southwestern United States. It grows in the desert regions of Arizona, southern California, and Mexico. Manufacturers began adding the oil to cosmetics and food in the 1970s.
Jojoba is another humectant perfect for adding to damaged ends. Because it is very similar to your natural hair oils, jojoba oil can be used to balance oil production at the scalp, aiding overproducing glands that cause oily hair. Jojoba is also non-greasy and will give your hair a healthy, natural shine.
CASTOR SEED OIL
Castor oil is a multi-purpose vegetable oil that people have used for thousands of years. It's made by extracting oil from the seeds of the Ricinus communis plant. These seeds, which are known as castor beans, contain a toxic enzyme called ricin.
Not only is this vegetable oil a humectant, castor oil also has anti-fungal properties. This will ensure a clean scalp, with the hair follicles clear and prepared for better hair growth. Some apply it to the temples to increase the thickness of thinning edges.
Argan oil — or “liquid gold,” as many refer to it — is made from the fresh kernels of the fruit of the argan tree in Morocco. Pure argan oil has been used for centuries for cooking and as a home remedy for health and beauty, including hair loss. Today it can be found in a number of hair and skin care products.
Argan oil is also rich in vitamin E, which provides a fatty layer to your hair and scalp that may help prevent dryness and can help reduce fizziness and boost shine. There are much more great benefits from Argan oil , including anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant,help prevent damage from washing and styling, sun protection and may prevent hair breakage and hair loss.
It's core natural ingredients in our hair conditioning oil. the product is blended Argan oil with other essential oil to boost hair natural fatality and strengthen hair healthy from roots.
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