Argan Oil Benefits

For its amazing qualities, it contains large amounts of beneficial nutrients including vitamin E and fatty acids, which have many positive effects when applied correctly. It’s proven results are the reason people are using argan oil for hair and all areas of the body.

Shampoo Benefits

  • Collagen: As you age, the natural levels of collagen present in your body decrease. Collagen, has been shown to support and increase the body’s hair building proteins. This can lead to longer and thicker hair.
  • Fresh Wheat Germ Oil: is one of the richest natural sources of Vitamin E. Both Vitamin E and fatty acids of wheat germ oil have strong emollient properties for hair, so they can hold in protective moisture. In result, hair experiences less breakage and faster repairing of damaged cuticle. In addition, Vitamin E of wheat germ oil helps with hair growth through stimulating the growth of capillaries. The more capillaries the better blood circulation. Therefore, hair follicles become more supplied and that speeds the growth and prevents hair loss.
  • Aloe Vera: In addition to soothing and eradicating any skin and scalp problems, the benefits of Aloe Vera for Hair as a a great conditioning agent is excitingly overwhelming. The gel-like substance of the aloe barbadensis leaf gives it a similar chemical composition of keratin, the naturally occurring protein in hair cells.

Conditioner Benefits

  • Coconut Oil: The use of coconut oil on hair helps to reduce protein loss in both damaged as well as undamaged hair. Coconut oil rich in lauric acid, has a high affinity for hair protein, and easily penetrates inside the hair shaft, which is due to its low molecular weight. It can be used for pre-wash or post-wash hair grooming. 
  • Canola Oil: Comprised of monounsaturated fats. It is has been praised as  a great hot oil treatment to reduce frizz and breakage.
  • Jojoba Oil: is the most similar to natural hair sebum. It is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E. Because it is similar to natural hair sebum, it does not interfere with the scalp’s natural balance. Thus, it can be used to treat issues with dandruff, specially due to its antibacterial properties.

Hair Mask Benefits

  • Castor Oil: is a dense oil with a unique composition of a triglyceride of fatty acids with riconleic acid. The most common uses for castor oil are for both ends of the hair. At the scalp, it is known to improve circulation and help re-grow healthier hair. It is also a heavy sealant for ends to prevent breakage and split ends.
  • Sunflower Oil: is a light oil comprised of gamma linolenic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid. Because of its emollient properties, it has the ability to condition and soften the hair. Thus preventing breakage.