Background – extract from the jojoba tree seed; most similar compound to sebum, which is human skin oil; it is noncomedogenic which means that it does not block your pores
Benefits – moisturizes, promotes shine, prevents dandruff
Background – made from the nut of the African Shea tree; it is noncomedogenic
Benefits – moisturizes, helps dry scalp, restores luster, softens hair and it seals in moisture. Also protects against heat.
Background – a humectant, which means it attracts moister; natural by-product of soap
Benefits – moisturizes, repairs dry hair
Background – from the coconut
Benefits – moisturizes, anti-dandruff
Background – from the honeycomb; processes nectar by bees
Benefits – adds shine to hair
Background – Olive based soap from Castile, Spain
Benefits – cleanses, no detergents, all natural
Background – Avacado tree from subtropical or tropical climate area
Benefits – High in Vitamins B (promotes growth) and E (repairs damage to the scalp) thus prevents hair loss. It moisturizes and makes hair shiny
Background – curdled milk
Benefits – makes hair smooth and shiny. being a protein treatment it helps with cuticle damage and split ends.
Background – various fowls of the air
Benefits – makes hair smooth and shiny. A protein treatment that helps strengthen the hair. Also makes hair thicker and its a moisturizer. *should be rinsed using cold water so egg does not cook on hair
Background – Banana tree
Benefits – softens the hair and protects the hair’s natural elasticity which prevents split ends and breakage. It creates manageability, shine, growth and helps with dandruff.
Background – Olives (green and black)
Benefits – strengthens and moisturizes hair