- Professional, salon-quality coconut oil hair mask for intense hair moisturization and restoration
- 100% natural mask that softens, strengthens, restores, repairs, and deep conditions hair
- Returns suppleness to weakened hair
- Targets damage due to environmental stressors, sun over-exposure, or other external factors
- Instantly detangles hair
- Restores hair elasticity and manageability
- Prevents future damage from environmental stressors
- Targets frizzy, unruly hair
Ideal for hair damaged by chemical processing, and excessive heat styling
- Beneficial for people experiencing thinning hair or hair loss problems
- Sulfate free
- Paraben free
Ingredients Concern: None discovered
Cons: May not produce the same experience for all users, May irritate the skin, Avoid contact with the eyes
Coconut promotes skin health, including the scalp, and enhances the body's ability to prevent and/or repair UV-induced hair damage [1-4]. Coconut oil supports moisture retention in dry skin including the scalp, especially when it is used topically [1-4]. It also has the ability to target harmful microorganisms that can negatively affect scalp health . Vitamin B5, Argan oil, and rosehip seed oil have moisturizing properties that are beneficial for the skin, including the scalp, and it promotes healthy hair follicles [6-11].
Vitamin E has potent antioxidant properties that help create a protective barrier on the surface of the skin (scalp) .
Shea butter is frequently used in skin care products and cosmetics due to its skin protecting properties [11, 14].
Promotes scalp health and moisture [1-4]; Promotes hair growth, Restores hair strength; soothes scalp irritation [1-11];Targets environmental damage and UV exposure [13, 14]
Coconut oil supports moisture retention on dry, irritated skin (e.g., scalp) and it helps targets skin inflammation [1-4]. In addition, it contains healthy saturated fats that nourish and moisturize the skin and hair. It also contains lauric acid, which has antimicrobial properties . D-Panthenol (vitamin B5) promotes wound healing, targets acne, and helps the body combat acne-related skin issues, including those which affect the scalp . Vitamin B5 and argan oil also helps nourish (mositurize) hair follicles, which supports hair growth and lessens hair loss .
In addition, Argan oil and rosehip seed oil moisturize the hair and scalp due to their unsaturated fatty acid content, which helps restore volume, elasticity, and shine to thin looking hair [10-12].
Rosehip seed oil is a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants that help provide protection against inflammation and oxidative stress .
Vitamin E has anti-inflammatory, skin-smoothing, and photo-protecting properties that help the outer layer of the skin (scalp) maintain its moisture, and it accelerates wound healing on the skin (scalp) .
Shea butter has potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that help it create a protective barrier on the skin [11, 14].
Key Ingredients: Coconut oil; Shea butter, Rosehip Seed oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin B5, Argan oil
All Ingredients: Coconut oil; Shea butter, Water, Rosehip Seed oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin B5, Glycerin, Argan oil, Glycine, Betaine, Climbazole, Ginger oil
Wash hair, then apply the hair mask. Allow it to set for 5 to 15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly. This process will boost your hair follicles and help stimulate your hair growth. Use 1-2 times weekly.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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