Spring water Primary water that is untouched, unadulterated and free of usual contaminants found in tap or even filtered water. High in mineral content and structured for superior hydration.
Aloe vera Contains proteolytic enzymes that keep the hair follicles from clogging and the scalp from flaking, thereby promoting hair health and growth. Supremely hydrating, nourishing and anti-inflammatory.
Camellia seed oil Derived from the seeds of Camellia fruits (Camellia oleifera) this traditional oil has been used for centuries in China and Japan for its many beautifying properties. A golden-yellow, lightweight, faintly aromatic oil, it has a silk-like, velvety feel without any heaviness. It carries exceptional emollient and antioxidant qualities being abundant in anti-aging nutrients including oleic and linoleic acid, squalene, vitamin E, vitamin A and many other beneficial minerals.
Jojoba oil Well-known for having a chemical composition that closely resembles the sebum found in human skin, jojoba is less an oil proper and more a liquid wax ester. Jojoba Oil is most commonly used to moisturize, cleanse and control oil production in both the skin and hair. Highly prized due to its naturally high mineral and vitamin composition.
Olive oil Referred to as 'liquid gold' by the greek poets, olive oil today continues to impress with its micronutrient profile. Comprised of highly sought after hair and skin beautifying compounds such as oleic, linoleic, palmitic, stearic and linolenic acids, polyphenols, vitamin E, carotenoids, and squalene.
Tucuma butter Cold-pressed from the seeds of the Brazilian Amazon tree, Tucuma butter is unusually rich in lauric, myristic, and oleic acids. It is thus considered to have excellent emollient and skin-softening properties and is a good natural alternative to man made silicones.
Honey Nature’s ultimate humectant and superfood.
Apple cider vinegar Natural clarifying agent to help prepare the hair for the conditioning process.
Sea Kelp Bio-ferment A critical and full spectrum source of vitamins (A,C,D and E) minerals and trace minerals. Fermented for increased bio-availability. This nutrient density is the reason kelp is so excellent at promoting hair growth and health. High iodine content which is thought to aid normal thyroid function and prevent hair loss and thinning.
Bovine Gelatin Human hair is 91% keratin protein. This protein fibre undergoes damage and thinning due to chemical processing, heat treatments and use of conventional hair products and soaps. As the protein component of gelatin is remarkably similar to keratin, when applied to the hair it effectively replenishes and reinforces lost and damaged protein bonds, adding immediate structure, strength and vitality to damaged or protein deficient hair.
Amla Derived from the fruit of the amla plant this superfood is commonly referred to as "Indian gooseberry". A trusted hair tonic it has been credited with restoring growth and health to hair and even preventing graying
Calendula Also known as pot marigold or garden marigold, this humble flower has been used for centuries to heal wounds and skin irritations. Calendula is often used to hydrate dry scalps, remove dandruff, and improve the condition of the scalp.