With Herbal infusion, Aloe, castor, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Provitamin B5, Glycerin, Rosehip Seed Oil andOrganic White Willow Bark for beautiful hair growth and condition.
A healthy scalp indicates healthier hair. My exclusive essential oil blend in my herbal hydrating AO moisturizing conditioning formula is used specifically to restore the health of your scalp, lessening irritation and inflammation which can ultimately lead to hair loss.The fragrant formula can help in the eradication of dandruff, itchiness, dryness, irritation, flaky spots.The restorative scents of Sweet Basil, Cypress, Cedarwood, Lemon, Rosemary, Patchouli, Tea Tree, and Mandarin make this a head conditioning remedy to adore. See results in one treatment usually. Give it 1- 4 weeks for full results.
How to use your treatment. Wash hair as usually. Apply conditioner to scalp and hair strands, leave over night, or for at least 1 hour covered with a warm towel, or plastic hat cap. Rinse with warm water massaging scalp to remove build up. Dry hair naturally or gently on low heat.
Tips for healthier hair.
Your scalp can greatly benefit from regular massage. Massaging your scalp for 5 minutes a day can make your hair stronger, thicker, and grow in faster. Massage stimulates your scalp's blood supply which in turn helps feed the hair follicles. Scalp massage is a great stress reducer. It is extremely relaxing, calming, and helps relieve headaches and migraines. Less stress means healthy and beautiful hair. While massaging use the pads of your fingers and never use your nails. The kneading pressure applied due to massage warms the skin and opens up blood vessels to increase flow and boost circulation. Increased circulation means that the cells of the hair follicle will receive more of the nutrients necessary to optimal hair growth function.
Use one of my hair oils with the conditioner for increased benefits.
Apply oil over scalp. Spread your fingers apart and place them firmly on your head. Start from the forehead hairline along the arteries in the front, side, and back of the head while making small circles with your fingertips