New Product Release: HAIR SERUM

New Product Release: HAIR SERUM


Our new hair serum is a lightweight oil blend that can help soften & hydrate your hair. It has been carefully crafted with non-comedogenic oils making it suitable for all hair types. Oils play a huge role in protecting your hair follicles from regular stressors, or just general wear and tear. If your hair is felling static, coarse, frizzy, or even has flyaway hairs, spread 1 to 2 full pipettes of the hair serum throughout your hair and massage into scalp. When you gently massage the oil into the scalp, it helps exfoliate and may help in reducing hair fallout.

 Key Benefits

Helps reduce hair fatigue + dryness,
Encourages stronger and healthier hair growth,
Highly moisturising and hydrating,
Can help stimulate scalp blood circulation,
Silicone, Paraben + Sulphate FREE.
Vegan Friendly + Cruelty Free

Key Ingredients

Tocopherol (Vitamin E): helps balance oil production to stimulate hair growth, strength, and shine for more lustrous hair appearance.

Argan Oil - keeps the scalp hydrated and flake-free due to it's deeply nourishing and moisturising properties. Helps reduce hair breakage + split ends.

Castor Oil - a rich, anti-inflammatory that moisturises and soothes irritated scalp. Helps reduce hair breakage + split ends. 

Final thoughts -

Carrier oils play a vital role in keeping your hair highly moisturised, strong, and healthy. Research from 2015, showed oils help prevent hygral fatigue (repeated swelling and drying that can damage hair). Massaging the oils into your hair and scalp also has benefits. Research from 2016 and 2019, indicated that a scalp massage can result in increased hair thickness.

English, R. S., Jr, & Barazesh, J. M. (2019). Self-Assessments of Standardized Scalp Massages for Androgenic Alopecia: Survey Results. Dermatology and therapy9(1), 167–178.
Gavazzoni Dias M. F. (2015). Hair cosmetics: an overview. International journal of trichology7(1), 2–15.
Koyama, T., Kobayashi, K., Hama, T., Murakami, K., & Ogawa, R. (2016). Standardized Scalp Massage Results in Increased Hair Thickness by Inducing Stretching Forces to Dermal Papilla Cells in the Subcutaneous Tissue. Eplasty16, e8.
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