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Why Organic Oils?

 

The advantages of organic hair products patently outweigh those of chemical-infused products.

Today’s fast-paced life barely gives us the time to know the backstory of the kind of products we subject our skin and hair to. Especially when it comes to plant-derived products, we’re unaware about how the raw materials are farmed and what processes they go through before the finished product hits the shelves. These aspects, however, are given pivotal importance when it comes to manufacturing organic beauty and hair care products. When it comes to beauty, non-organic products contains harmful chemicals. By taking the organic blend of oils, you’re saving your hair from potential damage.

Our brand embraces the organic power of plants and their botanical extracts and combines them with potent ingredients to produce brew that are free of sulphates, parabens, mineral oils or animal ingredients. We go the extra mile to ensure that our products are free of additives and chemicals that can cause damage to your hair.

Ingredient Commitment
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Castor is a plant that produces seeds (beans). Castor oil is produced by pressing ripe seeds that have had their outer covering (hull) removed. The hull contains a deadly poison called ricin. It has antibacterial properties which is good for skin and hair problems. It also helps to reduce weight and can be used as an aromatherapy oil.

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Considered to be nature’s best conditioner, olive oil locks in a generous amount of moisture into the skin to keep it hydrated. It contains antioxidants and hydrating squalane (an oil which occurs naturally in our bodies, also found in olives, that which makes the oil extremely hydrating and absorbent) which helps tame extremely dry, peeling skin.

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Bhringaraj, popularly known as ‘false daisy’ in English is a traditional wonder herb, that is hugely recommended for growing long, silky and strong hair. Clad by the vernacular names as karisalankani in Tamil, gunta galagaraaku in Telugu, kesuriya in Bengali, kannunni in Malayalam and bhangaro in Gujarati, this herb belongs to the sunflower family and is widely used all over the world for its immense benefits towards hair and overall health.

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Coconut oil may have several benefits for your hair and scalp. Using it as a hair mask and leave-in treatment may help moisturize and seal hair. This can help prevent a dry, flaky scalp and dandruff, as well as split ends and hair breakage.

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The nourishing oil can soften and strengthen your hair. It's rich in vitamin B-7, or biotin, so almond oil helps to keep hair and nails healthy and strong. It can also help protect your hair from sun damage, with a natural SPF 5. You can use almond oil as a scalp treatment.

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Vitamin E acts as one of the dominant stimulants for capillary growth, on which the ease of blood circulation of your body depends upon. It improves nitric oxide production, which in turn promotes smooth blood circulation in your scalp while maintaining optimum blood pressure in the body.

This enhances the supply of oxygen and essential nutrients from the blood to your hair follicles, thus, supporting scalp nourishment and healthy hair growth.

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Aloe vera is a plant that has thick leaves with a gel-like substance inside of them. It’s found all over the world, and many people even grow their own. Aloe vera gel is cooling and soothing when applied to the skin, which is why it’s sometimes used to treat burns and skin wounds.

Aloe vera has been used for centuries for its healing properties. Some claim it has another application besides its skin benefits: It can actually strengthen your hair and make your scalp healthier.

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