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Moroccan Natural Organic Argan Hair Treatment

Protect, revitalise and moisturise your hair.    The perfect blend of Organic Argan Oil, Lavender Oil, Rosemary Oil, Cedarwood Oil and Sea-Buckthorn Oil repairs, nourishes and strengthens.  The treatment penetrates deeply to repair damaged hair and smooth split ends, restoring the hair to a healthy and shiny condition.  This blend softens the cuticle of the hair helping balance oily or dry hair.

BENEFITS -Helps to hydrate, restores lustre and shine to hair, the natural way. -High Vitamin E contents helps renew damaged hair resulting from the use of artificial chemicals, frequent colouring and styling, sun, pollution and wind. -Elasticity is enhanced as the treatment penetrates the pores of the hair follicles and shaft, replenishing and nourishing dry, brittle hair -Protects and heals the damage Helps repair brittle damaged hair. -Controls unmanageable hair and stops hair from frizzing -Acts as a moisturiser for the scalp to fight dandruff and dry scalp   -Antioxidants help strengthen weakened strands -Lavender Oil is reported over the ages to be a scalp stimulant therefore encouraging hair growth

SUITABLE FOR 

An all-round hair treatment to condition, add shine and control frizz
Dry flaking scalp conditions (dandruff)

Repairing damage caused by colouring, chemicals and straightening treatments

Ideal for salon or personal use 

INGREDIENTS
Organic Argan Oil (Argana Spinosa), Hippophae Rhamnoides Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil, Limonene, Geraniol

DIRECTIONS


As a treatment – spray on dry hair and leave for ten minutes before washing out.

If your are using our Rhassoul Clay to cleanse the hair after a treatment, ensure you shampoo twice to remove any oily residue.   

To use the Argan product as a hair dressing, spray a small amount into the palm of your hand, then rub hands together and work through hair, scrunch the ends when the hair is nearly dry. Be careful not to use too much oil as a dressing.  


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Organic Extra Virgin Oil vs. Refined Coconut Oil

Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil vs. Refined Coconut Oil

To reap the many benefits of coconut oil, it is essential to choose organic unrefined coconut oil, preferably produced from a “wet-milling” process. Organic, unrefined coconut oil is extracted from fresh coconut meat; not from dried coconut.

The oil is then separated from the water, through centrifuge, fermentation, boiling or refrigeration. Fermentation is the preferred method to ensure that the coconut oil retains its inherent health benefits.

Unlike olive oil, coconut oil is thermally stable, and the antioxidants are not lost through the heating process. Multiple scientific studies conducted in Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and other countries where coconuts are native have shown that the wet-milling fermentation method followed by “hot extracted virgin coconut oil” produces the highest level of antioxidants and lowers bad cholesterol, while raising good cholesterol.

While the heat process may seem counter-intuitive based on what we know about heating and the destruction of nutrients, coconut oil reacts differently to heat than other foods. For example, the case with harmful GMO oils is usually the opposite; they have been heated to the point of oxidizing and becoming toxic.

According to a study published in Food Science and Biotechnology, virgin coconut oil that is produced with heat, results in the highest number of antioxidants. Researchers believe that this may be due to the release of polyphenols from the bound structure.

Refined coconut oil has a higher smoke point and is void of the coconut flavor. These coconut oils are mass-produced, typically through a chemical distillation process that starts with desiccated coconut that is not fresh. The coconuts are further bleached and deodorized to make them “more palatable” to the American consumer.

Some of these refined coconut oils are even hydrogenated, which turns this healthy natural oil, into a synthetic trans-fat. For this reason, avoid refined coconut oils as much as you possibly can.