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Native to Ethiopia, the seeds of the Abyssinica flower produce a highly nourishing, antioxidant rich oil that has been used as an all-natural substitute for synthetic mineral oils and silicones. The non-gmo oil is made using the cold-pressed extraction method, in which the oil is removed from the seed using a mechanical crushing process without the use of an external heat source, therefore preserving the highest amount of natural nutrients.



Moringa oil comes from the seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree, a species native to the Himalayan Mountains. Its healing properties have been documented for centuries, and it has been used in skin preparations and ointments since Egyptian times. The leaves of the Moringa tree contain 18 amino acids, eight of which are essential amino acids, making them a "complete" protein - a rarity in the plant world. This oil is incredibly high in antioxidants, and penetrates deeply into the skin.

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Native to the Mediterranean, Lavender (lavandula angustifolia) is the most versatile of all essential oils. Most commonly known for its relaxing effects on the body, therapeutic-grade lavender has been highly regarded for hair and skincare for its natural antiseptic and anti-fungal properties that helps to reduce scarring and speed healing. This essential oil is an anti-inflammatory and circulatory system stimulant which promotes hair growth, enhances blood circulation.

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Coffea Arabica is a species of coffea, indigenous to the forests of the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia, as well as the mountainous regions of Yemen. Coffee Seed Extract is obtained by cold-pressing roasted coffee beans (seeds), producing an antioxidant rich extract that contains chlorogenic acid and caffeine, which reduce the appearance of wrinkles, redness, and fights damaging toxicity from the environment for strong, healthy hair.

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The Avocado tree (Persea americana) is native to Mexico and Central America. Avocado oil is a nutrient rich powerhouse that contains B-vitamins, beta-carotene, copper, vitamin E, vitamin A, vitamin C, and healthy fats, all of which are essential for healthy hair. This naturally hydrating oil transforms unruly, frizzy, and dry hair by nourishing the hair shaft and follicle, adding strength and shine as well as conditioning the hair, preventing split ends.



The use of Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) dates back to ancient Egyptian and Chinese cultures. Primarily used for its seed oil, Safflower is rich in oleic acid, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids, and has an ultra light texture that easily penetrates hair and skin for nourishment, hydration, and provides an organic protective layer. It has historically been used as an effective prevention for hair loss, with high levels of moisturizing vitamin E needed for healthy hair and scalp.



Meadowfoam is native to California and Oregon, where it grows in wet grassy habitats, such as woodlands. Meadowfoam Seed oil is cold pressed from the tiny seeds of Limnanthes Alba, which produces an oil with superb anti-oxidant properties and skin/hair softening benefits. Meadowfoam Seed oil is one of the most stable lipids, with naturally occurring tocopherols. Meadowfoam oil hydrates, restores, and rejuvenates, and is particularly good for dry, sensitive, or damaged skin.

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A specific fraction of coconut oil fatty acids that is made up of the most stable and nutrient rich caprylic/capric fatty acids to produce a silky oil. The fatty acids have been separated, then put back together into an oil that has a super light texture that does not leave greasy residue on hair or skin. Ideal for sensitive skin types, this oil is also rapidly absorbed into skin and hair, restoring softness, and increasing hydration.

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Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice, or Aloe Vera as it is more commonly known, is extracted from the leaves of the Aloe plant, an indigenous desert cactus that is part of the liliaceae family. Aloe has been used medicinally for several thousand years in civilizations around the world. The clear gel found inside its palm fronds has amazing healing and anti-inflammatory properties that can soothe skin and an irritated scalp. This plant contains over 75 different nutrients that rejuvenate aged tissue.

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Packed with Vitamin C, strawberries are extremely beneficial for your hair. They’re not only helpful in nourishing your locks but also, have the ability to get rid of any excess oil buildup as well as fighting dandruff. Magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids and copper present in strawberries are all essential for healthy hair. One of the major benefits of eating strawberries is its ability to prevent hair loss. Because strawberries are a rich source of ellagic acid, they help in protecting hair thinning and hair fall.

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Hazelnut oil is a powerhouse of fatty acids, proteins, and vitamins, which can nourish your hair along with the scalp. It is a great oil for maintaining good hair growth and ideal for scalp massages to not only stimulate the hair follicles and nourish them but to also alleviate a dry scalp and protects them from the sun. Because of high composition of nutrients, minerals, flavonoids and antioxidants, this is a rejuvenating oil that has positive effects on our skin cells, combating aging in the scalp.

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The antioxidants in grapefruit are excellent for those with mild to moderate hair loss. Grapefruit strengthens the connective tissue with the hair follicles and boosts circulation which feeds and promotes healthy hair growth from the roots. The astringent properties of grapefruit seed extract help eliminate any bacterial infection which may be the cause of dandruff and thinning hair. The high levels of vitamin C fight bacteria and prevent the hair follicles from being clogged by particles of dry skin and dandruff.

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