Lavender oil is primarily made and produced in Bulgaria, France and China. It is usually produced using a steam distillation process. Applying lavender oil to the scalp helps to increase blood circulation to the hair follicle. This encourages hair to grow thicker and faster.
Rosemary is a healing herb native to the Mediterranean Coast, but is now grown worldwide. In oil form, Rosemary can increase circulation and as a result, prevents the hair from dying at the follicle. Rosemary oil also heals and prevents dander and dry scalp.
Jojoba is a shrub that is native to the dry regions of northern Mexico and the Southwestern United States. Jojoba Oil is produced from jojoba seeds. This oil is know to strengthen hair, and prevents hair loss. Due to the abundance of vitamins and minerals, jojoba also can increases hair volume and thickness.
Lemongrass is native to tropical and subtropical areas of the world. Applying oil made from lemongrass to the scalp helps to bind hair to the follicles. Lemongrass oil also eliminates itchy scalp and prevents hair from shedding due to breakage at the follicle.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is an essential oil that comes from steaming the leaves of the Australian tea tree. Tea tree oil has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also used as a treatment for dandruff and improves overall scalp health.
Argan trees are native to Morocco. Argan oil is made from the kernel found on the Argan tree. Argan oil will help hair, protect it from everyday damage and reduce breakage and split ends.
Avocado oil sourced from avocados, is mainly produced in New Zealand, Mexico, the United States, South Africa, and Chile. Avocado oil is lightweight and promotes hair health by providing moisture and strength, especially to curly hair. Avocado oil also improves scalp health by preventing and removing dandruff and psoriasis. Using avocado oil also protects your hair from Ultraviolet radiation and stimulates hair growth.
Cedarwood essential oil is made by distillation of wood chips or sawdust from cedar trees. Cedarwood oil increases circulation to the scalp. This strengthens the hair follicle. Cedarwood oil balances oil-producing glands in the scalp and provides an overall healthier conditioned area for hair growth.
Green Coffee Bean Oil
Green coffee bean oil is obtained by cold pressing the fresh green beans from the Coffee Arabia plant. Green coffee beans are beans that have not been roasted. Coffee bean oil prevents moisture and elasticity loss in the hair. It also prevents split ends, leaving hair smooth and soft.
Ylang-ylang oil is native to the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam. The oil is extracted from the plant's flowers. It has a lovely floral fragrance. Ylang-ylang oil can improve hair texture and reduce hair breakage. It prevents alopecia and stimulates hair follicles.
Neem Seed Oil
Neem seed oil is made from the fruit and seeds of the neem tree. These trees are native to India and Sri Lanka. Neem oil is high in fatty acids and helps to lock in moisture. Promoting healthier, thicker, and richer hair. It also promotes growth and prevents hair loss.
Black Castor Oil
Black castor oil is made by cold pressing fresh castor beans, then extracting the oil. Castor beans are native to East Africa but through globalization, have naturalized in tropical and subtropical areas around the world. Black castor oil thickens and strengthens hair, rapidly increasing hair growth. It also increases blood flow to the scalp, supplying valuable nutrients to hair follicles. It also helps with hair breakage, dandruff, and dry itchy scalp.
Bhringraj Oil comes from a plant known in English as the “false daisy.” This herb belongs to the sunflower family and grows mostly in Thailand, India, and Brazil. The leaves of the grassy plant are mixed and heated. The thick red oil prevents baldness, restores hair growth, and delays greying of hair. It makes hair lustrous and moisturized. It even repairs
hair damage that results from heat styling.
Amla Seed Oil
Amla seed oil is prepared from the fruit of the Indian gooseberry tree. It stimulates hair growth and prevents hair loss. It can also prevent early greying. Amla oil corrects hair breakage at the root, improving hair quality in as little as four weeks.
Sesame Seed Oil
Sesame oil is made by pressing and the seeds of the sesame plant to extract the oil. It is native to East & Subsaharan Africa as well as Southeast Asia. High in vitamins B6 and protein, sesame oil promotes hair growth and protects hair from harmful ultraviolet rays. It is also know to treat heat-damaged, dry hair and prevents hair loss due to stress.
Garlic oil is prepared by steam distillation of the garlic clove. The garlic plant is native to South Asia, Central Asia, and North Eastern Iran. The benefits of garlic oil include natural anti-microbial and anti-fungal
properties. It also kills bacteria and fights germs, keeping the scalp healthy.
Onion oil is rich in sulfur and potassium and helps hair growth. It
prevents breakage, split ends, and thinning of hair. Onion oil also improves blood circulation to the follicles in the scalp promoting hair growth.
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Pumpkin seed oil is made by roasting and separating the protein from the oil contained in pumpkin seeds. The oil contains omega 3 fatty acids, zinc, vitamin D, vitamin K, and, phytosterol which is great for collagen production Pumpkin seed oil is a great hair moisturizer that nourishes hair follicles and can improve hair thickness.
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening primrose oil is generally obtained by cold pressing the petals of the evening primrose flower in order to extract the oil. Evening primrose is native to Southern Europe, Northwest Africa, and parts of Southwest Asia. Evening primrose oil is known for its hormone-balancing, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. It’s also hailed as a tool for minimizing hair loss.
Sweet Basil Oil
Sweet Basil is native to Central Africa and Southeast Asia. The essential oil of sweet basil is obtained by the steam distillation of the entire plant. Sweet basil oil is used to speed up hair growth. The oil improves scalp circulation and stimulates hair follicles, promoting the production of new healthy hair.
Borage seed oil is made from the seeds of the borage plant. Borage is an annual herb native to the Mediterranean region. Borage oil is known to restore strength, shine, and radiance to dry brittle, dull, and tired hair. Its composition also makes it very effective to boost hair growth and fight
against hair loss.
Horsetail is a fern that contains many beneficial compounds, notably antioxidants. Horsetail is native to temperate climates across the Northern Hemisphere. Horsetail oil is a plant-based extract that strengthens and improves the elasticity of the hair fiber. It also helps regulate the hair growth cycle, reduces inflammation, and improves cell turnover to create an optimal environment on the scalp for healthy hair growth.
Fenugreek is a clover-like herb native to the Mediterranean region, southern Europe, and western Asia. The oil is made by cold pressing the oil out of Fenugreek seeds. It is effective against hair loss and baldness; it nourishes the hair and the scalp in depth. It also helps fight dandruff. In addition, it strengthens and softens dry, damaged, brittle hair, and stimulates hair growth.
Saw Palmetto Extract
Saw palmetto is a shrublike palm native to the southeastern United States. Saw palmetto is a supplement made from the fruit of the Serenoa repens tree. It can influence hormone levels in both men and women. In fact, many popular hair growth supplements and thickening products contain saw palmetto. Saw palmetto may prevent and block the absorption of DHT, thereby reducing hair loss and even promoting hair to regrow
Red Reishi Mushroom Extract
Red reishi mushrooms are native to China and other Asian countries. Red reishi mushroom extract is derived from the mycelium of the mushroom, combined with a solvent. The mushroom extract helps reduce inflammation and also strengthens hair follicles. This extract stimulates blood circulation to the scalp, which reduces numerous conditions including dander, eczema, and psoriasis. It also stimulate hair growth.
Cayenne pepper is mostly grown in India. Cayenne extract is
macerated using organic alcohol. It is a member of the nightshade family. Capsaicin, an active component found in cayenne pepper, helps in the promotion of hair growth by stimulating hair follicles. This leads to the growth of healthier and stronger hair. Capsaicin stimulates dormant
hair follicles helping to increase hair volume
Red Ginseng Extract
Red ginseng root is typically found in Manchuria and Korea. It has been used for centuries in Asia for its medicinal properties. It promotes hair growth through the inhibition of related tgf-b pathways. Red ginseng helps to restore dormant hair follicles. It also helps to unclogs hair follicles of protein buildup. This supports respiration and reparation of the hair strand, making hair more manageable, thicker, and plump.
Chinese Skullcap Extract
Chinese skullcap is native to China and parts of Russia. Chinese skullcap stimulates the root and improves scalp microcirculation, working to reduce hair loss. It improves stimulation and circulation and aids in overall scalp and hair health.
Green Tea Extract
Green tea is native to China, however; it is today considered a worldwide tea. Green tea extract is made from tea leaves that contain antioxidant compounds, flavonoids, and vitamins. Green tea contains polyphenols which have antineoplastic properties. Green tea extract contains EGCG. EGCG inhibits "5alpha-reductase activity" which slows down alopecia by decreasing the hormonal activity associated with hair loss. In addition to the reduction of hormonal activity, EGCG also promotes hair growth by stimulating hair at the follicular level.
Nettle is a flowering plant that is native to northern Africa, North America, Asia, and Europe. Nettle leaves are rich in silica and sulfur which help make hair shinier and healthier. Nettle also helps to prevent premature greying by restoring the hair's original color.
24 Karat Gold
24 karat gold flakes are made when gold is heated and rolled into thin strips. The gold is then pressed into small squares, after which, a very fine powder is made. 24-karat gold flakes are safe to consume and apply to the skin topically. Gold flakes can be found all over the world. 24-karat gold stimulates hair growth. It is known to assist in the removal of scalp buildup and chemical residue. It is also beneficial in slowing the aging process of hair. The benefits extend beyond the hair shaft, reducing inflammation and improving circulation.
We source our organic lavender flowers from Provence, France. Lavender flowers have antimicrobial properties. These antimicrobial properties can transfer into an oil when lavender flower buds are left to infuse for a long period of time. Lavender flower infused oil can fight infections and also has the power to help improve circulation in the scalp. This strengthens the hair follicles and prevents hair loss and enables hair growth.