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Great for moisturizing and detangling. Apply to wet or dry hair. 

I’ve personally used this several times in a day(it just soaks in and smells so delicious) without any feeling of hair buildup. (Picture of hair definition after blow drying with only this and blueberry slip)

Watermelon seed oil is great as an emollient for moisturizing your strands and scalp. This ultra-light oil does not clog pores, so no dirt can accumulate on the scalp. It is also extremely moisturizing without being overly greasy. The abundance of antioxidants boosts scalp circulation and in turn helps with hair fall.
Kalahari melon seed oil is a light, yellow-colored oil that is extracted from Kalahari melons. Research Gate shares in the International Journal of Food Science & Technology that the “Kalahari melon (Citrullus lanatus) is an important source of water in the Kalahari desert during dry months of the year when no surface water is available.” This lightweight oil does not clog the pores or hair follicles, which prevents the hair from weighing down. In addition, this oil is moisturizing from its fatty acids and provides color protection due to its copper.
Kalahari melon oil (or citrullus lanatus seed oil for those in the know) is a nourishing and hydrating oil, concentrated for skin cell recovery and moisture balance. It boosts the health of your skin barrier by providing it with the nutrients it needs for growth and repair at the cellular level. These incredible benefits are owing to the uniquely potent combination of two crucial components: linoleic acid and vitamin E, which synergistically repair and protect your skin barrier.

Linoleic acid, also known as vitamin F, is an omega-6 essential fatty acid (EFA), which means that it is essential for the proper and healthy function of your skin cells. Despite this your body cannot produce  it and therefore it needs to be supplemented through your diet or topically via skin care.

Here are five benefits of rose essential oil for the hair and scalp:
Fights Scalp Acne and Inflammation. Rose oil's phenyl ethanol and geraniol give it high-quality antimicrobial properties, making it anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal

Topical hyaluronic acid can help lock in water into the hair shaft, which provides hydration and moisture for hair that's thin, flat, or even damaged. ... You can think of hyaluronic acid as a fertilizer; it will help promote hair growth and thickening of hair strands, which will increase your hair's volume.

Black tea works best for people who are looking to combat shedding. Black teas' natural properties help to block the hormone DHT that is responsible for hair shedding. So, as it works to keep hair firmly rooted to the scalp, black tea will also nourish and strengthen your delicate strands.

Niacinamide has a vital role in growing long and strong hair due to its circulation boosting properties. It enhances the appearance and feel of hair, by increasing body, suppleness, sheen. It also improves the texture of hair that has been physically/chemically damaged by helping to build Keratin.
Bamboo: Bamboo is packed with natural silica, a nutrient that’s integral in the growth of hair, skin health, and nail health. This is why many are going gaga over bamboo hair products and the promise of lustrous and longer hair.

This is quite interesting because bamboo is also one of the fastest-growing plants, with some species growing as fast as 10 centimeters a day. With this, they can grow in timber sizes in just a year.

Such growth is somewhat synonymous with the length of hair it can help grow.

Unlike other natural herbs containing silica, bamboo is teeming with as much as 70% of this precious mineral. Silica is a kind of trace mineral present in our bodies. However, it starts to deplete as we age, causing wrinkles, brittleness of the hair, and dullness of the skin.

Kokum Butter:
It helps cell oxygenation, making nutrients more readily available for use by scalp/skin tissues - which helps promote hair growth. It also supports and enhances hair elasticity, helping to ward off breakage.
Orchids Oil extract restores moisture, shine, elasticity and softness to hair that has become damaged from chemical treatments, and thermal stress.

What are the benefits of kokum butter?
Highly moisturizing, kokum butter helps heal dry and cracked skin especially lips, elbows, knees and soles of feet. It may also aid in improving the appearance of scars and stretch marks. Kokum butter is rich in essential fatty acids, which softens the skin and helps promote elasticity.

Slippery elm has a ton of calcium to help keep the hair strong. It’s also full of amino acids which help build up hair proteins. It helps moisturize dry, brittle hair (often a caveat of 4C hair), while also promoting shinier hair. Slippery elm is quite rich in calcium, which is essential for strengthening the hair. The presence of Amino acids encourages the growth of strong and healthy hair. It is responsible for the creation of red blood cells, which helps in the delivery of required nutrients to the hair. If you are experiencing a hair loss problem, then slippery elm is the perfect solution for you. The presence of Iodine will make your dry and coarse hair feel smooth and shiny, thus reducing hair fall. The slippery gel will pass through hair fibers easily and make them slippery. This inhibits the hair from tangling, thus making them smooth and shiny. It will also protect them from further damage from the sun and heat.

Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair.

Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride is a water-soluble, organic compound that is a quaternary ammonium derivative of guar (aka cluster beans). This means it is a substance whose chemical structure has four carbon groups attached to a positively charged nitrogen atom. While plant derived, there is a synthetic portion to it.
Why is it used?
Although a great conditioning agent for both skin and hair, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride is especially beneficial as a hair care product. Because it is positively charged, or cationic, it neutralizes the negative charges on hair strands that cause hair to become static or tangled. Better yet, it does this without weighing hair down. With this ingredient, you can have silky, non-static hair that retains its volume.
How safe is it?
With an EWG score of 1 and a rating of GOOD from Paula’s Choice, guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride is deemed to be very safe, a non-irritant, and is biodegradable.

Distilled Water, Slippery Elm Bark, Aloe Juice, BTMS, Cetearyl Alcohol, Kokum Butter, Bamboo Extract, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C (ascorbic acid), Provitamin B5(Panthenol), Vitamin E , Niacinamide (VITAMIN B3),  Essential Oil Blend, Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride , Optiphen Plus

Watermelon & Roses Hair Growth Moisturizing Cream

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