Improves the circulation and ensures the proper delivery of nutrients and oxygen to the hair follicles the nearby cells. This facilitates the overall system to function at its optimum level - hair fibers become nourished and start growing significantly. Bergamot produces serotonin and dopamine which calms and relaxes the scalp and mind, making the environment highly positive for hair growth.

Improves the circulation and ensures the proper delivery of nutrients and oxygen to the hair follicles the nearby cells. This facilitates the overall system to function at its optimum level - hair fibers become nourished and start growing significantly. Bergamot produces serotonin and dopamine which calms and relaxes the scalp and mind, making the environment highly positive for hair growth.

Bergamot

Biotin

Biotin, also known as Vitamin B7, is a water-soluble nutrient found in foods. One of the biggest benefits of biotin is that it helps stimulate hair growth, causing hair to thicken and appear more lustrous. Biotin can also help hair look healthier while growing more quickly and sustainably.

Coconut

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate and Sodium methyl cocoyltaurate are derived from Coconut oil functions as a mild surfactant which cleanses impurities without stripping your skin's natural pH, keeping it smooth and soft even after a wash.

Corn

Zea mays (also known as Corn Silk) are often used in personal care products. It acts as binder to the formula, it is absorbent and conditioning and protection. Zea mays provides a unique powdery- dry, smooth skin after feel, helps to control immediate and residual shine and oiliness. Additionally, these functions are beneficial to individuals with oily skin, as Zea mays reduces sebum and helps retain the integrity of the product.

Ginger

Ginger increases the scalp circulation that results in the flow of blood to the scalp. It also stimulates the hair follicles and encourages faster hair growth. The fatty acids contains magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, and vitamins in the ginger are beneficial for thin hair, making hair strong and preventing hair loss.

Ginseng

Ginseng and its major bioactive constituents, ginsenosides, promote hair growth by enhancing proliferation of dermal papilla and preventing hair loss. Ginseng is believed to increase the dermal cells on the scalp, strengthens the follicles and roots of the hair. This not only encourages the new growth of strands but also prevents hair thinning and breakage.

Grapefruit

Grapefruit essential oil is good for removing impurities like pollution, pollen, dust, chlorine. Controls sebum production, hair is less greasy. Eliminates build up and dandruff. Promote the growth of healthy hair follicles. Plus it is a natural hair deodorizer with is refreshing, sweet scent.

Licorice

The Licorice Root can fight off baldness, stimulating hair roots, supporting growth of hair, and reducing hair thinning and improve hair health. The pores ofthe scalp open up due to its mollifying properties and reduce irritation and redness resulting in hair growth.

Papaya

The enzymes in papain can decrease inflammation. The protein-dissolving papain can be found in many exfoliating products. It helps to reduce acne by removing dead skin cells that can clog pores. Papain can also remove damaged keratin that can build up on the skin and form small bumps.

Peppermint

Peppermint oil is rich in pulegone and mentone, can cause a cold, tingling feeling when it increases blood circulation to the area it’s applied to. This oil kills bacteria and balances sebum production, preventing clogged pores. It also has a soothing and cooling effect.

Probiotics

Probiotics brings the skin’s pH back to its happy 4.5 – 5.0pH range to protect and shield the skin from pathogens. Kills bad bacteria and nurture the growth of good bacteria. Soothe and calm skin at a cellular level. Prebiotics is the fertilizer that feeds the probiotics, allowing them to thrive.

Rice

Rice Protein is a traditional ingredient for hair volume, it can significantly increase total hair volume by up to 32%. It also adds natural shine and highlights to the hair. Your hair is detangled, smoothed and has shine. Rice Protein also strengthens scalp and hair. It also contains many vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids.

Tea Tree

Tea tree oil’s natural antifungal properties make it a good option for treating fungal scalp conditions, such as dandruff. Also has anti-inflammatory properties may help to reduce irritated, inflamed skin caused by scalp psoriasis.

Thyme

Thyme essential oil promotes hair growth by both stimulating the scalp and actively preventing hair loss and helpful in treating alopecia areata. Thyme is a natural anti-inflammatory and can thus soothe scalp inflammation and irritation. Its antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidant rich nature can help improve your scalp and follicles’ health.

Xylitol

Xylitol is a sugar alcohol that fights the growth of Malassezia, a type of yeast that can grow on the scalp which leads to itchy scalp and flakes. Xylitol is known to moisturize and revitalize the hair. It has antimicrobial properties that help fight dandruff and flakes to keep the scalp clean. It is extracted from birch tree.

Willow tree

The Anti-Dandruff properties of Willow Bark is essential for scalp exfoliation, removing dirt and product build-up from the scalp and dead skin cells. It eliminates dandruff and makes your scalp healthier by unclogging the hair follicles. Willow Bark helps to control excess sebum on the scalp, leaving strands looking healthy and balanced.

Zinc

Zinc is known to regulate and control the oil, producing sebaceous glands in the scalp. It will also limit the production of dihydroxy testosterone, known to constrict blood flow to the scalp and the overproduction of sebum in the sebaceous glands. Also works to control bacterial overgrowth and its odor, preventing fungal infections developing.

Zinc is known to regulate and control the oil, producing sebaceous glands in the scalp. It will also limit the production of dihydroxy testosterone, known to constrict blood flow to the scalp and the overproduction of sebum in the sebaceous glands. Also works to control bacterial overgrowth and its odor, preventing fungal infections developing.