Most Beneficial Ingredients that Improve Scalp Health

Hydration is what the scalp needs to thrive. However, water applied topically is not sufficient to hydrate the scalp. There are a few plants and oils that help boost scalp health.


#1 Peppermint

Helps to stimulate healthy blood flow and oxygen to the scalp. Its antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-inflammatory properties are soothing for itchiness and inflammation.

When applied to the scalp with a peppermint-infused shampoo and conditioner, it can help to stimulate improved hair growth, volume, and shine.


#2 Coconut Oil

Very similar to the hair’s natural oils. It is lightweight and easily penetrates and hydrates in a way that few other oils can. It works differently for every unique skin type.


The two main categories of coconut oil are refined and unrefined.


Refined oils are cheaper to produce, and are processed from dried coconut. Due to the way they are processed, refined coconut oils end up with fewer nutrients. Unrefined virgin coconut oil is produced from fresh coconuts. Oil is extracted from the seeds and nuts while allowing the chemical structure of the coconut oil to stay intact.


Unrefined coconut oil is our preference.


#3 Aloe Vera Gel This super-hydrating natural hair ingredient helps clear clogged scalp pores for improved shine and growth over time. It soothes inflamed scalp conditions while conditioning and hydrating the hair.


#4 Hyaluronic Acid

Commonly found in skincare products, it supports the overall healthy functioning of all your skin cells. It restores lost moisture in the hair and scalp and maintains hydration.


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