Uses

  • Anti-fungal
  • cell rejuvenation
  • hair growth
  • softrner
  • ​conditioner
  • astringent

Lavender essential oil


Lavender is an herb native to northern Africa with the ability to eliminate nervous tension, relieve pain, disinfect the scalp & skin, enhance blood circulation and treat respiratory problems, repell lice- lice eggs and nits. This oil has also been shown to be very helpful in the treatment of hair loss, particularly for patients who suffer from alopecia, an autoimmune disease.

Uses

  • Hair Softener
  • Hair growth
  • ​Moisturizer

Uses

  • Improve hair growth
  • prevent hair loss
  • Prevents split ends

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Argan Oil
Argan oil is an organic product extracted from the kernels of the argan tree, which is native to Morocco. Is includes vitamin E and fatty acids, which have many positive effects when applied the scalp. Argan oil is proven to make hair softer, silkier and shinier. It is the ideal hair conditioner, and it can even help to treat split ends and tame frizzy hair.
Aloe Vera Plant

Aloe Vera plant is a natural antiseptic that is characterized by its long, tapper, thick green leaves. when the leaves have been split open they excude a light emulsive sap that can be applied externally to cuts and burns. The gel directly soothes itching and burning once applied to affected area. It aids in the regeneration of new tissue when scarring and normal pigmentation has been afftected. Also by adding benzoin tincture to aloe vera can make an antiseptic solution that prevents blistering

100% pure cold pressed castor oil


Cold pressed castor oil is an oil extracted from castor bean seeds. Castor beans contain nutrient-rich oil, which makes up 50%-60% of their weight. When pressure is applied to the beans they release this oil and all of the nutrients, minerals and essential fatty acids which it contains. No heat is required to extract the oil. Simply pressing the beans provides a wonderfully luxurious oil, packed full of nutrients. Pure cold pressed castor oil has the power to make your hair strong shinny and thick and boosts hair growth process significantly.

Vitamin E 

 Vitamin E is heavily involved in the growth and development of capillaries (arteries). An extensive network of capillaries delivers nutrients to the scalp and it is this that promotes hair growth.  Is is also best known to be great for the heart and is also good for skin. Here are some foods that are rich in with vitamin E
​*Dark Leafy Greens
*Liver
*Seafood
*Nuts
*Carrots
​*Cabbage

Uses:

  • Hair growth
  • hair softner
  • Replenish hair follices
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In North Africa, many tribes, ethnic groups, and cultures have known to sport dreadlocks. Even today, we find the warriors of Kenya wearing long, thin, and red dreadlocks. African priests are also said to wear dreadlocks. The women from the Himba tribe, residing in the Namib desert, flaunt their dreadlocks in a very unique style. As the people of Africa moved around the world, they carried the culture along with them. Soon, different cultures started adopting dreadlocks, in their own, unique styles.

Uses

  • Antiseptic
  • Anti- dandruff
  • Astringent

Uses

  • Moisturizer
  • Scalp soothers
  • Hair growth

Uses

  • Softnener

Uses

  • Scalp soother

Hair loss does not always have to be permanent, and there are many ways that we can treat hair loss and get your healthy hair back.

Tea Tree

Tea Tree oil is a clear, aromatic oil that increases the healing process. It soothes insect bites, herpes sore, cuts, burns, fungal infections. This antiseptic oil increases the process of healing burns or cuts because it escalates skin regeneration. Tea tree oil can also help pigmentation loss if used consistently.
Carrot Oil
Carrot seed oil is  an essential oil and is the extract from the seed of carrot plants, Daucus carota. It gets its essential oil properties because of the natural earthy, woody smell, rich in vitamin E, C and A, beta-carotene, potassium and other antioxidants , rich amber to orange color and it improves blood circulation. Carrot oil can also be used as a hot oil treatment, and it can also be put on the ends of your hair to seal and prevent split ends.

Uses

  • Oil scalp
  • Anti- dandruff

Emu Oil

(scientific name — Dromaius novaehollandiae)

Witch Hazel


Oils derived from the herb are helpful when you need to apply the witch hazel directly to the scalp for the treatment of various dry skin conditions. A shampoo that contains witch hazel for hair is one of the easiest products to use, and it can help to balance out hydration levels and prevent frizz. Witch hazel oils are also used in a variety of styling products in order to add shine and control to the hair. It is traditionally used to balance out moisture levels and to reduce inflammation, which is why the oils are so widely found in over-the-counter beauty products. When using witch hazel for hair, most consumers might experience a healthier scalp

Emu oil comes from the emu, a flightless bird indigenous to Australia and related to the ostrich. The Emu oil is taken from the fat of this bird during processing. It contains beneficial omega fatty acids. When the oil is applied, these essential fatty acids penetrate deeply, reaching through more levels of the skin than most conventional moisturizing products thanks to the acids small molecular size and similarity to our own natural skin oils. This deep penetrating capability makes it a highly effective hair oil for nourishing the scalp and making hair smooth and glossy which will reactivate thinning hair follicles and replenish the follicles with nutrients, thus stimulating hair regrowth.  Emu oil does not have any form of irritation of the skin and scalp. It is proven to don’t have any side effects, and what this means is that even at full-strength, emu oil has very low levels of irritation. For best results choose the right kind of emu oil. It's important that the emu oil is labeled as Pure Refined. 

Who Can Benefit From Emu Oil?  

 Women and men who experienced years of pulling hair to tightly into braids, weaves or wigs.