This unique hair tonic formulation is suitable for all hair types and can be used for the hair and the scalp. Deeply nourishing, calming and restorative, Enriching Hair Oil smoothes split ends and helps give body to fine, flyaway hair.
All hair and skin types, including Afro-Caribbean
Dry/itchy scalp conditions
Fine fly away hair
First signs of hair loss
Sesame Oil is a favourite of Ayurvedic medicine as it has a unique ability to penetrate the scalp easily. It also contains iron and phosphorus and is believed to delay greying effectively.
Mustard Seed Oil helps stimulate the scalp and promote hair growth. Lack of selenium and zinc has been linked to hair loss, but Mustard Seed Oil provides a plentiful supply.
Neem Oil has excellent moisturising, regenerative and restructuring properties. It is perfect for soothing itchy, dry hair and scalp conditions. It helps restore body and shine and helps smooth the appearance of split ends.
Ylang Ylang essential oil is known to have a stimulating effect on the scalp, encouraging hair growth.
Rosemary essential oil is used to treat dandruff, dry scalp conditions and greasy hair and Bay Leaf essential oil has long been associated with boosting hair growth, acting as a scalp clarifier and tonic.
FULL INGREDIENTS (98.5% ORGANIC):
sesamum indicum (sesame) seed oil*, brassica nigra (mustard) seed extract*, melia azadirata (neem) seed oil*, tocopherol (natural vitamin e), cananga odorata (ylang ylang) flower oil*, rosmarinus officiinalis (rosemary) leaf oil*, laurus nobilis (bay) leaf oil*, limonene1, linalool1, geraniol1, benzyl alcohol1, benzyl salicylate1, eugenol1, isoeugenol1, benzyl benzoate1, farnesol1.
* certified organic ingredient
1 natural constituents of essential oils listed
For daily conditioning, apply a small amount to the scalp and through the hair.
For a deep penetrating treatment, massage a generous amount into the scalp twice a week then wrap in a warm towel for 20 minutes or leave overnight.
Wash and dry as usual.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 05 March, 2015.