Macadamia Integrifolia Oil (Macadamia Oil) – It’s extracted from the macadamia nuts, often with cold pressing (without the use of high temperature). It carries the property to maintain scalp and therefore hair moisture and health, as its linoleic acid content, according to research, can restore skin barrier function and maintain its moisture. Thus, it can regulate the scalp’s oil production. Its oleic acid content, according to studies , acts as an anti-inflammatory agent, while it also promotes the skin regeneration of the scalp, boosting hair health at its root.
Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil (Argan Oil) – It’s extracted from the nuts of the argan tree which only grows in the southwest of Morocco. It contains powerful antioxidants like vitamin E, as well as fatty acids that can be very beneficial for hair health. It moisturizes the hair, while preventing dryness, reduces fizziness and provides shine. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties improve the health of the scalp, by preventing and improving skin conditions such as psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis that can lead to hair loss. It can protect hair against sun damage and damage that is caused by coloring and styling, while it could also improve hair growth.
Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil (Jojoba Oil) – It’s extracted from the jojoba plant nuts, usually with cold pressing (without the use of high temperature) which is native to North America. It moisturizes the hair and the scalp and it promotes the growth of strong hair, thus reducing hair loss. It could also help reduce dandruff and itchiness, as well as hair breakage, as it contains vitamins C, B and E and minerals – copper and zinc, that nourish hair.
Persea Grattissima Oil (Avocado Oil) – It’s extracted from the flesh of the fruit. It contains vitamins A and E, minerals and antioxidants that contribute to maintaining healthy, strong hair. It hydrates the scalp, which leads to reducing the appearance of dandruff, while it also gives elasticity to the hair, protecting them from breakage. It can protect against environmental factors, such as the sun and dryness that results from pollution and seawater – chlorine.
Triticum Vulgare Germ Oil (Wheat Germ Oil) – It’s extracted from the wheat kernel, usually with cold pressing (without the use of high temperature). It is the richest natural source of vitamin E and thus, a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent that maintains scalp and overall hair health. Studies have shown that vitamin E increases blood circulation at the scalp, while its antioxidant action reduces cell damage, resulting in the encouraging of hair growth and possible reduction of hair loss.