Plants, such as kelp, chlorella and spirulina, contain essential fatty acids to strengthen hair. Rich in minerals, iron, potassium and manganese, algae helps promote healthy hair growth.
This hydrating plant helps fight dandruff and seals in moisture. Aloe vera balances your hair’s pH levels, promotes growth and helps mend frayed or heat treated hair.
This cactus fruit contains Vitamin E and Vitamin K, which softens skin and conditions hair. Prickly pear oil has a lot of double fatty acids and proteins to keep hair shiny and healthy.
Also known as Amla, indian gooseberry is a great cleansing agent for the skin. Its anti-oxidant properties fight scalp breakouts and lessens wrinkles for a youthful glow.
This light moisturizing agent helps alleviate dry scalp and seals in moisture to mend split ends and add a natural sheen to dry or damaged hair.
ACV removes chemical buildup without stripping hair of its natural oils. Its antibacterial and pH balanced properties helps alleviate dry, itchy scalps.
Hemp oil enhances hair growth with Omega3, Omega6 and Omega9 fatty acids, which stimulate the follicles. It will also prevent water loss, adding moisture to the hair and scalp.
Rich in essential minerals, like potassium, selenium and manganese, horsetail works to strengthen damaged hair and improve shine. It also removes excess oils and combats flakes.
Known to reduce stress, headaches, hypertension, and inflammation, lavender oil has antifungal, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties. Plus, it smells great!
Found in natural clay deposits all over the world, bentonite clay helps cleanse hair without stripping the scalp’s natural oils. It delivers essential minerals, like calcium, potassium and sodium.
Also known by its botanical name, Cymbopogon Martini, Palmarosa moisturizes skin while balancing hair hydration. Plus, it stimulates cell generation and hair growth.
Pine shale is an effective dandruff treatment. When applied to skin and scalp, it has been known to be a safe skin care agent, combating both itching and inflammation.
Rosemary’s antimicrobial and antiseptic qualities help with eczema, dermatitis, oily scalp and acne. It also stimulates follicles, helping hair grow longer and stronger.
Shea Butter is a non-greasy moisturizer that won’t clog your pores. It soothes dryness, repairs split ends and also reduces damage from sun, chlorine, salt, and heating tools.
Panthenol in green tea helps strengthen hair and manage split ends, and its antioxidant properties protect cells against free radicals. It also exfoliates hair flakes from dandruff.