Coconut Oil – Rich in vitamins and fatty acids, which hair need to refrain moisture, nourish scalp, strengthen the hair strands, stimulating hair growth, enhance softness, lustre and shine to the hair. It reduces selaum production and blockage and helps to prevent dandruff, splits ends and hair breakage.
Almond Oil – Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, phospholipids, vitamin E and magnesium. It nourishes and strengthens the hair and helps repair hair loss and damaged hair. It promotes hair growth and reduces hair thinning.
Macadamia Oil – contains antioxidants, which help hair to recover from environmental exposure to things like pollutants in the air. It binds to the hair shaft and infuses it with fatty acids and penetrate the hair follicles more effectively; the hair follicles may be left stronger and healthier. The emollient qualities of macadamia oil can help smooth hair, giving it a shinier appearance. Hair that’s treated daily with macadamia oil may hold its sheen and become glossier over time.
Also, Macadamia oil is especially popular for curly hair. Curly hair types can be especially vulnerable to damage from the environment. Curly hair that’s dried out and damaged is very hard to style and can break easily and macadamia oil helps restore moisture to the hair shaft, locks it in, and adds natural protein to the hair. Curly hair that’s properly moisturized is easier to untangle and style.
Macadamia oil is a safe ingredient for almost everyone to use on their hair. If you’re allergic to tree nuts, it’s possible that you’ll have an allergic reaction to macadamia oil.
However, the oil contains less of the tree nut proteins that trigger a reaction, so there’s also a chance that you won’t react to it. Otherwise, using macadamia oil for long-term hair treatment shouldn’t cause problems with your hair or scalp.
However, if you have a history of allergies or are concerned about an allergic reaction to macadamia oil, do a patch test of the oil on your skin before trying a full application. Put a small amount on a dime-sized spot on the inside of your arm. If there’s no reaction in 24 hours, it should be safe to use. If you do develop allergy symptoms, discontinue use.
Lavender – Lavender oil promotes hair growth. It has properties that can generate the growth of cells and reduce stress and also has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties, which can improve scalp health and provides a calming effect on the scalp.
Tea tree - Tea tree oil has powerful cleansing, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties. It can help unplug hair follicles and increase hair growth. Also, can improve symptoms of seborrheic dermatitis, a common skin condition in which scaly patches appear on the scalp by acting as a natural conditioner for the scalp and eliminates agents that cause skin to flake.
Ginger - Ginger helps stimulate hair follicles, which promotes hair growth. It has many vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids, which also contribute to strengthening your hair strands to combat hair loss, and contributes to restoring moisture loss.
Rosemary - Rosemary oil stimulates blood circulation to the scalp and promotes hair growth. It offers an anti-inflammatory benefit that helps to nourish hair follicles. Also has an analgesic property that soothes an inflamed scalp. It adds shine and luster to the hair.
Jojoba - Jojoba is rich in vitamins and minerals that nourish hair, including vitamin C, B vitamins, vitamin E, copper, and zinc. As it strengthens hair, it is also believe that jojoba oil can prevent hair loss and promote hair thickness. Also it moisturize the scalp and may be a dandruff remedy.
Aleo Vera - Aloe vera contains proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It also promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair.
Vitamin E - Vitamin E may help support a healthy scalp and hair as it has natural antioxidant effects, which assist with maintaining hair growth. The vitamin's antioxidant properties could help reduce the amount of oxidative stress and free radicals that cause the hair follicle cells in a person's scalp to break down.
Peppermint – Peppermint can improve hair growth and prevent hair loss. It also imparts a freshened smell and tingly sensation on the skin and scalp.
Lemon Verdana - Lemon Verbena its great ingredient to use in hair care. It will nourish your hair roots and scalp and balance the sebum production.
Lemongrass - Lemongrass oil benefits for hair include strengthening hair follicles, adding shine, relieving scalp irritation and itchiness, and reducing dandruff.
Clary Sage – Clary Sage improve hair strength, in addition to increasing hair growth, making hair more difficult to break. Clary sage oil promotes hair growth and stimulates the scalp.
Patchouli - Patchouli its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, great for treating many scalp issues. People with dermatitis, dandruff and eczema can significantly benefit from patchouli oil because these ailments can be underlying causes of hair loss.
Chamomile - Chamomile oil adds shine and softness to hair, and soothes the scalp.
Cedarwood - Cedarwood essential oil promotes hair growth and reduce hair loss by balancing the oil-producing glands in the scalp. It also has antifungal and antibacterial properties, which can treat different conditions that may contribute to dandruff or hair loss.
Ylang-ylang - Ylang-ylang is good for dry scalps, as it can stimulate sebum production. As lack of enough oil and sebum causes hair to become dry and brittle, ylang-ylang can improve hair texture and reduce hair breakage.
Avocado - Avocado oil is extremely rich in oleic acid and monounsaturated fats, making it one of few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft and moisturize your hair, rather than sitting on top and coating your hair. These fats also strengthen the hair shaft and help prevent breakage.
Castor Oil - Increased gloss or shine of the hair, increased hair shaft flexibility by coating the hair shaft.