Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
Sunflower is known to be packed with Vitamins A, B, C, E, Potassium, Iron and Calcium that naturally support hair growth. It is also known to decrease the occurrences of thinning and thinning hair, early hair loss, male and female pattern baldness, and alopecia areata.
Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil
Avocado oil is very lightweight which is why it is easily absorbed and is often used as a carrier oil with other oils. Avocado oil helps stimulate blood flow and unclog blocked hair follicles. It is good for moisturizing dry, damaged hair by deep conditioning and strengthening it. Avocado oil is said to help reduce dandruff, prevent breakage, detangle hair and protect hair from damage. This oil is rich in antioxidants, minerals, essential fatty acids, biotin and Vitamin A, B-5 and E.
Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil
It can be used to add strength, shine, moisture, and to seal hair. The vitamins and essential fatty acids naturally found in coconut oil nourish the scalp and help to remove sebum build-up from hair follicles and acts as an anti-dandruff agent. As a carrier oil coconut oil stimulates hair growth by penetrating deep into the follicles. Coconut oil helps prevent hair breakage and split ends, thus supporting length retention.
Perilla Ocymoides Seed (Perilla Seed) Oil
Perilla Seed Oil is high in antioxidants which is an effective ingredient in addressing damaged hair and scalp issues. Perilla is a source of COQ10.2, a substance that our cells use to generate energy. Perilla oil is an excellent treatment for scalp acne and itching. It also has emollient properties that allow it to be quickly absorbed by the skin. It is also rich in Vitamin A which hydrates the hair and conditions the strands.
Ricinus Communis Seed Oil (Black Castor) Oil
Black Castor Oil is made up of ricinoleic acid, Omega 6 and 9 fatty acids, and Vitamin E which have been proven to make hair grow 3 to 5 times faster when used regularly compared to the usual growth rate. Castor Oil improves blood circulation to your scalp and helps treat dandruff, reduce split ends and breakage.
Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Oil
Wheat germ oil is made up of Vitamin E, squalene and Vitamin B. Because of its fatty acids, it relieves dryness and adds softness and moisture to your hair. It also helps to combat split ends resulting from dry hair.
Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil
Sesame Seed Oil is full of fatty acids, such as linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, which have proven to encourage hair growth and even prevent premature greying. Sesame Seed Oil can help to revitalize your hair and scalp from damage caused by over-styling and heat. It also serves as a natural way of blocking UV rays and protecting your hair.
Linum Usitatissimum (Linseed) Seed Oil
Linseed Oil comes from the flaxseed plant and is a good source of Omega 3, which contains natural ingredients that promote hair growth. Because of linseed oil's anti-inflammatory properties, hair problems exacerbated by scalp psoriasis or eczema of the scalp may improve after applying it.
Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil
Jojoba oil mimics the natural oil sebum, which is produced in our scalp. Sebum nourishes our hair and follicles and maximizes the rate at which our hair grows. Jojoba oil has antifungal properties that help in getting rid of the layer of dead skin, dandruff, and dirt and leaves behind a clean and well-hydrated scalp.
Aloe Barbendensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract
Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It serves as an excellent moisturizer and conditioner, leaving your hair smooth and shiny. Aloe contains vitamins, essential amino acids, minerals such as copper and zinc, plant steroids and fatty acids, which promote hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair.
Carthamus Tinctoirus (Safflower) Oil
As a carrier oil Safflower Oil also helps relieve dandruff and gives moisture to dried follicles. It strengthens your scalp by penetrating the follicles deeply. Safflower oil is high in Vitamin E and oleic acid, which help to safeguard the scalp and hair. This oil improves circulation in the scalp and as a result, stimulates hair growth and strengthens hair follicles. Safflower oil also helps relieve dandruff and helps to moisturize dried follicles. In addition, it helps to strengthen your scalp and hair by deeply penetrating the follicles for excellent moisture.
Olea Europaea Fruit (Olive) Oil
Olive oil is packed with omega-3 fatty acids specifically oleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid, both of which help contribute to stronger and healthier hair. The presence of Vitamin E in olive oil provides more moisture for the hair. Olive oil has also been found as an effective combatant against damage (by preventing hair splits) and dandruff. Some researchers believe that the azelaic acid found in olive oil is also responsible for slowing down or even stopping hair loss.
Camellia Sinensis (Tea Seed) Oil
Camellia sinensis seed oil or commonly known as Tea Seed Oil has many therapeutic properties for hair. Camellia Oil is rich in vitamins A, B, C, and E while being a great source of antioxidants and plant collagen. This oil is emollient which makes it a superb moisturizer. The rich supply of oils can coat your hair strands and moisturize your scalp, helping eliminate dandruff and prevent breakage and split ends.
Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil
Rice bran oil contains antioxidants, such as omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids, that have been known to nourish hair while slowing down the process of premature greying. The ferulic acid and esters present in rice bran oil stimulate hair growth. Additionally, rice bran oil helps to normalize the oiliness of the scalp.
Elaesis Guineensis (Palm) Oil
Palm oil is rich in Vitamin E and thereby helps to promote cell growth of the hair follicles, which results in stronger hair. The carotenes in palm oil are also responsible for the growth and division of cells and will prevent the hair from becoming weak and brittle. The saturated fats and lipids in this oil make this a perfect moisturizer for hair.
Argania Spinosa (Kernel) Oil
Kernel Oil is rich in palmitic acid, vitamin E, K and A, a powerful mix of nutrients. It is also loaded with antioxidants. These antioxidants reduce hair loss by keeping the collagen that holds hair follicles tight. With regular use, kernel oil can also give you soft, bouncy hair because it is light and non-greasy.
Nigella Sativa Oil
Black seed oil acts as a natural moisturizer that rids your hair and scalp of dryness. Black Seed is composed of nigellone and other antihistamine properties which have been found to regrow hair, which are ingredients that can make your hair thicker and longer. The anti-inflammatory components in black seed decrease the swelling on the scalp, which can hinder hair growth. Nigella Sativa is said to help move dormant hair follicles.
Biotin promotes healthy hair growth and protects against dryness. It makes hair grow faster and thicker. Additionally, it increases the elasticity of the hair's cortex thus preventing breakage.
Melia Azadirachta (Neem) Seed Oil
As an ancient Indian medicine, neem has been used to treat various skin and scalp conditions. Neem oil is very high in Vitamin E, which is an important antioxidant that supports hair growth. Neem oil has a high moisture capacity, as it helps the hair to better retain moisture that has been deposited. Neem also has regenerative properties that support healthy cell division and stimulate hair follicle growth and function.
Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Oil
Beyond stimulating hair growth, rosemary oil is used to prevents premature graying and dandruff. It may also help dry or itchy scalp. Say goodbye to all your hair worries with rosemary oil. It infuses new life to thinning hair, gives you thicker locks, and helps treat dandruff. Additionally, this essential oil has also been found to stimulate hair growth and treat alopecia.
Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Oil Geranium
Geranium promotes hair growth because it regulates the secretion of sebum on the scalp. The essential oil can be added to either, carrier oils or shampoo. This helps give the hair a smooth sheen and a lovely, mild rose aroma. It's also been scientifically proven that it helps prevent hair loss and treat scalp irritations.
Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil
Eucalyptus essential oil has numerous beneficial properties, some of which help stimulate hair growth and prevent as well as reduce hair loss. When mixed with a carrier oil and applied to the scalp, eucalyptus oil gives a tingling sensation which is said to stimulate the hair follicles, thereby improving blood circulation in the scalp. It strengthens the hair shaft and improves hair elasticity. Eucalyptus oil also contains antifungal properties which help fight off infection, restrain pore-clogging on the scalp and in turn creates a healthier scalp.
Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps repair and build tissue. When you apply vitamin E to your scalp, it helps reduce inflammation and repair damage to the follicles, and healthy follicles encourage hair growth.
Lecithin in hair care products helps to achieve healthy-looking, shiny hair, which is silky to the touch. Especially dry hair benefits from the presence of lecithin because it improves the structural qualities of hair. Together with other hair care ingredients it keeps hair properly moisturized and helps to restore the natural protective coating of hair.
Menthol can aid in oil secretion in the skin, and therefore help treat an irritated scalp. It has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties, which help to cool the scalp and eliminate dandruff and fight lice. It can relieve a dry scalp, stimulate hair growth, and give hair a healthy shine. This is a great oil for adding to massage oil or hair oil along with a few drops in a shampoo or conditioner if having scalp or hair issues.