Category: Ingredients We Love

Angelica Root Extract

The Healing Root for Your Roots Folklore has it Angelica Archangelica Root Extract gets its name from Micheal the Archangel, as the root was sent to earth to cure the plague. Since Viking times, the bitter, aromatic herb has been used medicinally; even Native American tribes relied on it as an anti-inflammatory, an antispasmodic and a…

Amethyst

A connection to our crown chakra The word “amethyst” is derived from the ancient Greek word “amethustos,” which means “sober.” Legend goes amethyst prevented drunkenness and instilled a sober, serious mind. Goblets were crafted from the intoxicatingly beautiful stone as a way to keep drinkers clearheaded, not tipsy. In mythology, amethyst is quartz dyed purple…

Pink Himalayan Salt

An ancient mineral for modern texture We love its gorgeous coral hue. We love the taste. We rely on it to preserve our food. We make lamps out of it, line spa walls with it and keep a grinder of it near our stoves. Pink Himalayan Salt has dozens of modern day uses, but the…
Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

Nature’s Astringent for Healthy Scalp Witch Hazel is known as “nature’s astringent.” Often used as a skin soother and toner, this winter blooming plant erupts with yellow flowers, almost like a little promise from Mother Nature that spring (and healthy skin and hair!) is right around the corner. Here’s why we love it as an…

Rice Proteins

Proteins Make Perfect Rice water has been a beloved beautify ingredient in Asian cultures for centuries. It’s said female rice farmers in China, Japan and other Asian countries bathe in the water used to wash rice, which leads to their long, strong and beautiful hair. We’ve fallen in love with rice in many forms in…
Tapioca Starch

Tapioca Starch

A Root to Nourish Your Roots We love heading to chemistry class! Advancements in green chemistry mean we’re continually discovering new ingredients to harness the power of Mother Nature in our clean, pure and beautiful products. Tapioca starch is one of those ingredients. You may love it in puddings, pies and your favorite boba drink,…

Flax Seed Oil

An Ancient Crop to Feed Modern Hair: Flax Seed Did you know flax seed is one of the world’s oldest crops? This mighty seed has been harvested since the dawn of civilization; it was first introduced to the United States by colonists to produce fiber for clothing. And while flax seed is wearable, we love…

Shea Butter

Mother Nature’s Emollient Rich Conditioner: Shea Butter In our never ending search for the perfect ingredient, shea butter, also known as “Mother Nature’s conditioner,” is one of our favorites. This solid fatty oil produced from the Shea-Karite tree nut grows in the tropics of East and West Africa, as well as regions of west and…

Aloe

Get Stronger, Shinier Hair with Arizona Aloe   The Egyptians called aloe “The Plant of Immortality.” We call it one of our favorite ingredients. Crack open a leaf and apply the clear gel to soothe sunburn or irritation and you’ll see and feel its natural healing properties. On the hair and scalp, aloe provides the…

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