Oil Benefits

Rosemary Oil
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis

According to scientific studies, rosemary oil may encourage hair growth due to its health benefits. Rosemary benefits the nerve tissue; essentially, the nerve rejuvenation may restore hair growth. Rosemary oil is also known to improve circulation, prevent premature graying and prevent dry scalp. 

Coconut Oil
Botanical Name: Cocos Nucifera 

The chemical structure of coconut oil reduces protein loss in hair. Our hair gets damaged by shrinking of fibers due to water retention and absorption – this process can be prevented by applying coconut oil. The oil retains moisture, which keeps our hair shiny and silky. As it conditions our hair from within, we are protected from heat and environmental damage. In addition, the oil has many antibacterial properties and nutrients, thus it will protect your scalp from bacteria and infections. In the end, using coconut oil will condition your dry hair, add shine and protect your hair from damage. 

Amla Oil 

Botanical Name: Phyllanthus Emblica

Amla is a fruit that is also known as the Indian gooseberry. The fruits oil is high in vitamin C, flavonoids and polyphenols (natural antioxidants). The vitamin C produces collagen protein, which stimulates hair growth. Essentially, the collagen removes the dead cells of hair follicles and replaces it with new hair cells. The antioxidants remove the toxins from our body. Amla is known to strengthen and condition your hair. Ayuverdic doctors believe the oil can prevent premature greying, decrease dandruff and promote overall hair health. 

Jojoba Oil
Botanical Name: Simmondsia Chinensis 

Jojoba is abundant in vitamins and minerals – it includes vitamin B, C, E, copper and zinc. Its oil is known to moisturize, strengthen your hair, prevent hair loss and increase thickness in new hair growth. For this reason, many use jojoba oil to prevent breakage and strengthen our hair follicles. It may also help decrease dandruff and ease an itchy scalp. 

Sweet Almond Oil
Botanical Name: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis 

Almonds have high levels of protein, omega-9 fatty acids and vitamin E. For this reason, almond oil can improve shine and strengthen your hair. Sweet Almond oil is also very nourishing for the roots and the lengths of the hair. By massaging the scalp with almond oil, you improve your blood circulation and it may help stimulate hair growth and reduce hair loss. Additionally, the vitamins and proteins available in sweet almond oil can aid against breakage. 

Castor Oil
Botanical Name: Ricinus Communis 

Castor oil is a nutrient-rich vegetable oil that is extracted from castor beans. It is a long-chained fatty acid, which means it provides essential proteins and nutrients to our hair follicles and aids in preventing hair follicle inflammation. The oil indirectly promotes hair growth – the oil protects the hair follicles from exterior damage, which helps in maintaining the health and vitality of your hair follicles. The oil works like a conditioner and boosts the flexibility of our hair fiber. In the end, castor oil is an age-old remedy that has been used to moisturize, ease dandruff and keep our hair healthy and shiny. 

Black Seed Oil
Botanical Name: Nigella Sativa 

Black seed oil is also known as black cumin oil. It is used in traditional medicine in Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe. Thymoquinone is found in the oil, which has high antioxidant properties to relieve inflammation. Black seed is known to have antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. These properties allow to maintain good hair health. It is also rich in fatty amino acids, which helps seal hair moisture and addresse issues such as dandruff and an irritated scalp. 

Grape Seed Oil
Botanical Name: Vitis Vinifera 

Grape seed oil is filled with oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes (OPCs), which means it is full of antioxidants. OPCS decrease the production of dihydrotestosterone, which is a hormone linked to baldness. Additionally, the OPCs stimulate hair cell production, thus preventing early hair loss. The extracted oil from grape seeds also contain linoleic acid, a saturated fatty acid, which conditions our hair and prevents pattern hair loss. The goal behind using grape seed oil is to prevent hair from getting dry and “crunchy”, which essentially prevents breakage. 

Lavender Oil
Botanical Name: Lavandula Angustifolia  

Lavender essential oil has many beneficial properties for hair health. It has antimicrobial properties, which helps prevent bacteria and fungi from growing. For this reason, it can help ease your itchy scalp. Essentially, it helps with scalp inflammation and dryness. According to Ayurvedic medicine, lavender decreases excessive heat in our body and it has a cooling effect when applied on the skin. It has a wonderful scent, and the aroma can calm your nervous system. The oil is also a popular aromatherapy for sleep and relaxation.