Like the fruit itself, the essential oil of Grapefruit is rich in anti oxidants. Primarily, in Vitamin-C. It’s antimicrobial properties are great for scalps that like an astringent environment. Helps reduce oil production.
A heavy, sweet floral, geranium has always been known as a powerful wound healer and has been used in both medicine and aromatics. It sooths breakouts on the scalp while promoting healthy scalp skin and renewed circulation.
Mild, sweet, woody, slightly balsamic oil, it is often used to invigorate the scalp and heal problem areas. It is a powerful anti-fungal and also helps to reduce headaches and migraines.
Sweet Basil essential oil is known to diminish or slow down hair loss, thereby increasing the volume of hair over some time. It can soothe the hair shafts and clarify it as well, leaving your hair feel bouncy and voluminous. It also helps keep the scalp and skin healthy and clear up minor blemishes.
With gray-green leaves, daisy-like flowers, and a sweet aroma that resembles an apple, Roman Chamomile is known for its ability to reduce blemishes and smooth hair when applied topically.
Strong, slightly sweet, camphoraceous, medicinal smell, it is known for producing a sensation of warmth, which may aid with hair growth. It can help chronic acne and psoriasis. It is commonly used to treat various bacterial and fungal scalp infections, and to moisturize dry hair and scalp. Cajeput Essential Oil is also used as a …
Distilled from the Amyris tree, this wood essential is warm and soothing. Promotes cell regeneration in skin and fights dryness. Possesses both antiseptic and sedative qualities.
Dark in color with a robust aroma reminiscent of grain, wheat germ oil is removed during the processing of whole wheat grains to white flour. Wheat germ is the nutrient-rich center of the wheat seed, and it is highly concentrated in vitamins E, A and D.
So versatile it has truly earned the title “Queen of Oils”. Sesame oil is antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory. Sesame oil contains vitamin E, which can help protect skin cells from the damage caused by environmental factors, such as UV rays, pollution, and toxins.
Extracted from the seeds contained in the intensely red berry-like fruits -or hips- of a wild rose-bush that grows in the cool, lush mountain rainy valleys of the southern Andes, in Chile. It is a superb hydrator with a high absorbing level, penetrating dry skin and hair almost instantly to restore a much needed moisture …