Penetrating Avocado and Sesame Seed Oils Help to Save and Restore Hair
Some hair oil treatments are made with silicone type ingredients, mineral oil, or alcohol.
These ingredients do not add any value in solving your dry hair problems.
This treatment was designed and is made with nutritive ingredients selected for their properties that help restore dry, damaged and chemically processed hair.
Avocado oil coats cuticle damage from heat styling appliances and helps prevent future damage or breakage as Coconut Fractionated oil is absorbed to add strength and sheen.
Penetrates each hair strand to repair and add volume while leaving hair soft, shiny, healthy and full of bounce.
Nature’s best ingredients provide nutrients with vitamins that feed and hydrate your dry hair.
Avocado oil is has the ability to penetrate hair strands to be absorbed. The proteins will help fill in damaged areas in cuticles helping to prevent future breakage.
Coconut Fractionated oil is very light and quickly absorbed by hair. It penetrates strands, adds protection and helps prevent damage while adding weightless shine.
Sweet Orange Blossom, Grapefruit, Geranium, Chamomile essential oils and more gives this dry hair treatment a pleasant and light nutritive scent.
One of the secrets of India, Sesame Seed oil’s penetrating properties nourishes the hair from within for long lasting moisture.
Keratin straightening treatments maintenance, perms, colors and other hair treatments maintained and protected.
Shine is more vibrant, helps to detangle, controls frizz, strengthens hair, and helps prevent damage.
Protects color from sun, wind and swimming pool water damage, color is sealed in to last longer.
Shake bottle before each use.
Apply a small amount daily to your hair and gently massage in.
This can be used as a leave in treatment.
May be used together with any of our other products.
Persea Americana (Avocado Fruit) Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Caprylic / Capric Triglyceride (Coconut Fractionated) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grapeseed) Oil, Salvia Sclarea (Clary Sage) Oil, Aleurites Moluccana (Kukui Nut) Oil, Prunus Persica (Peach Kernel) Oil, Sesamum Indicum (Sesame Seed) Oil, Citrus Sinensis (Orange Peel) Oil, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit Peel) Oil, Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Oil, Hibiscus Sabdariffa (Hibiscus Flower) Extract, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot Kernel) Oil, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Extract, Calophyllum Inophyllum (Foraha) Oil, Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Oil, Cananga Odorata Hippophae, Rhamnoides (Sea Buckthorn) Oil, Canaga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Oil, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E).
Coconut Fractionated Oil (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride)
Coconut oil itself is extracted from the coconut fruit. In pure form, coconut oil is solid at room temperature. When refined or fractionated, it becomes clear and it is liquid at room temperature. Refinement gives it more of antioxidant and antibacterial effect. This variety of coconut oil is very light and quickly absorbed by hair. It penetrates hair strands, adds protection and helps prevent damage.
Avocado Oil (Persea americana)
Avocado oil comes from the fruit avocado, extremely deep penetrating oil. Avocado is a versatile moisturizer. It contains essential nutrients like proteins, vitamins A, D, E and B6, magnesium, copper, iron, amino acids, folic acid, as well as potassium known as the youth mineral which nourish your skin and hair. Avocado oil has high levels of plant sterolins are well known for rejuvenating skin and reducing signs of aging. Avocado oil is one of the few oils that is known to have the ability to actually penetrate hair strands to be absorbed. It deep conditions hair and scalp and leaves hair full of life. The proteins will help fill in damaged areas in cuticles helping to prevent future breakage.
Grapeseed Oil (Vitis vinifera)
Grapeseed oil is a light and colorless oil made by cold-pressing the grape seeds, after they have been used to make wine. Egyptians ate grapes at least 6,000 years ago, and several ancient Greek philosophers praised the healing power of grapes. It has moisturizing and regenerative properties. Grapeseed oil is loaded with antioxidants and has many beneficial properties. It is rich in omega-6 fatty acids with omega-9 and omega-3 acids also for excellent conditioning.
Sesame Seed Oil (Sesamum indicum)
Sesame Seed oil has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Sesame oil is mentioned in the Vedas of India as excellent for humans. It is naturally antibacterial, antiviral. It nourishes and feeds the scalp to help control dry scalp dandruff, It protects the skin and hair from the effects of chlorine in swimming pool water. Rough dry hair can be softened and made more manageable. Treated and damaged hair, regains its lost luster as the oil's deep penetrating properties nourish the hair from within.
Peach Kernel Oil (Prunus persica)
Obtained from the dried kernel of the Peach, Peach Kernel oil is rich in vitamins A and E with fatty acids that provide high antioxidant properties which promote the skins nutritive suppleness and protect from environmental damage. It is a light, penetrating oil that enhances skin elasticity and has a soft and smooth quality on the skin. The soothing, emollient nature of peach kernel oil provides excellent moisture for dry, flaky or sensitive skin. It is extremely effective for hair.
Green Tea Leaf Extract (Camellia sinensis)
Green Tea extract is a rich source of anti-oxidants such as Vitamin C and Vitamin E. It is said to help repair the effects of aging and environmental factors. When used in hair care products, green tea extract tones and protects the scalp.
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What Causes Extreme Dry Hair?
Your hair can get dry because your scalp doesn’t make enough oil to moisturize your hair, or your hair is damaged and lets moisture escape.
Your hair has no nutritive lubrication. It relies on oils made in the hair root to keep your hair moisturized and looking good. As you age, your hair roots naturally make less oil.
Each strand of healthy hair has a protective layer called the cuticle. When a cuticle’s layers are damaged they separate and peel away from hair, its ability to keep moisture in is lost.
Several things can damage your hair and increase dryness:
Using a harsh shampoo can strip away your hair's nutritive oils.
Blow drying your hair too often, hair straighteners or curling irons.
Lots of sun, wind, or dry air can lead to moisture loss. Chemical treatments, hair color, perms, and relaxers.
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Customer hair products reviews and testimonials are provided for informational purposes only. Customer reviews and testimonials reflect the individual hair products reviewer’s results and experiences only. Hair products results may vary based on individual user.
I am African American and This is a MUST-HAVE PRODUCT !!! My new growth and old growth line always had breakage at this line. Now the breakage is almost compelely gone. I used a number of products before finding this one, and I will never be without it again. It smoothes frizz leaves my hair shiny and soft, and smells great.
Sediah J Port St Lucie FL
I LOVE this product. I have very thick wavy black hair. I got a sample of this and decided to try it. I amnever going without it again. I put a minimal amount on my hair, and it looks so much smoother. Whether I blow dry it or let it air dry, since I have been using it, my hair looks so much better. Give it a shot.
Christina P Harrisonburg VA
You gotta try this product for yourself. My daughter had hair to her bottom and if it hadn't been for this product she wouldn't have been able to manage hair that long for as long as she did. It is NOT a styling product it is a conditioner, so it has to be combed through thoroughly. Your hair will feel crunchy if you use too much. If you have used this product before and had trouble it's because you're using too much. This product repairs split ends almost instantly too.
susan f brooklyn NY
This hair oil has saved my hair from drying and breaking. My stylist even noticed a difference in the condition of my hair after I started using it. I use it every day.
Tiffany L Woodbridge VA
I am a licensed hairdresser and as such have access to many hair oil treatments. This oil for black hair has remained at the top of my list as far as hair treatment products go. I am promised shiny, healthy hair that does not break easily nor frizz uncontrollably. If it is too heavy for your hair you can put some of this into a spray bottle and add some water to dilute the formula but I use this full strength.
Tysha F Collegeville PA
They should change the name of this stuff to "Miracle in a Bottle!" I had a bad treatment job done by a so-called"professional" and my hair looked and felt like straw. My new growth was burnt. I received this days after this They should change the name of this stuff to "Miracle in a Bottle!" I had a bad treatment job done by a so-called disaster
Deonnie D Seattle WA
I have very thick, over processed, dry hair. I was not sure if this would work. It made my hair softer,and more manageable, actually smoothed the appearance of my hair, and added a nice shine to it. I even had a friend ask what I was doing to my hair because of the change in its appearance. A littlegoes a long way too.
Cara B Arlington TX
When your hair is extremely dry or damaged it is vital to use more powerful conditioners than normal.
Try a deep conditioning oil treatment once a week to restore your hair back to its healthiest. Use of leave in lotions, creams or pomades during the week helps prevent moisture loss and dryness.
Turn down the heat. Try to avoid heat as much as you possibly can.
Chemical treatments are the most common cause of hair and scalp damage. Relaxers, colors and thermal-styling tools remove precious moisture from your hair by damaging the hair's structure.
Cut your losses. Sometimes only a few inches are enough to make your hair look beautiful again and easier to manage.
Too much styling can increase hair thinning and breakage, so a more careful styling routine may also help with any hair loss.
Don't go back. Just because your hair looks and feels better doesn't mean it's not still damaged, so keep going easy on the heat and continue to do your weekly deep treatments for a few months just to be sure.