Moroccan oil is extracted from the nuts of the Argan treethat grows in Morocco. Moroccan people have been using it for centuries, and recent research has brought to light its unique properties that makeArgan oila treasure trove for treating various skin as well as hair problems.
Moroccan Argan oil is very rich in Vitamin E, Omega 3, and Omega 9 fatty acids; it also contains linoleic and oleic acid that helps hydrate and moisturizes hair and scalp and repair damaged hair.
Jojoba oil with some of its amazing properties can prove extremely useful for most of the hair problems. This oil is usually regarded as quite a unique oil, due to its structural resemblance to 'sebum'-- oil produced by the sebaceous glands, present in human scalp and skin.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetateis derived fromcoconut and palm oils; a safe,skin-friendlysurfactant (foaming agent) for both skin and hair. This mild plant-derived surfactant creates a rich, luxurious lather that effectively removes surface oil, dirt, and bacteria without stripping or drying sensitive skin or hair.
Sodium Laureth Sulfate is synthetic cleansing agents that are small molecule ingredients. They are capable of penetrating the skin, which can increase the occurrence of skin irritation.
Although an ingredient's name may sound similar to another, it does not mean that the molecules are similar with respect to shape, size, performance, or even function.
Aloe Vera is a plant that has a natural substance that is potent with anti-fungal qualities. By applying the natural gel on your scalp, this is a good way of reducing the amount of yeast on your scalp, therefore decreasing dry scalp issues.
Once you make a decision to embrace your very own naturally kinky curly wavy, beautifully textured hair, your hair is free to just be. Asabi is showing us how she cares for her short twa (teeny weeny afro) on a weekly basis.