Saturday, 22 November 2014

Top Natural Ingredients | For Hair

Lemon //
Lemon is a natural cleanser, which removes dead skin and grease without stripping away too much of your hair's natural oils. Lemon naturally adds shine whilst being able to lighten and brighten blonde or fair hair to avoid brassy orange tones. 
Lemon is good for - Blondes, greasy hair, dandruff and dull, lifeless hair. 

Sea Salt //
Sea salt helps to counteract the effects of soft water, which can leave your hair feeling flat. Sea salt helps to naturally add both shine and volume whilst cleansing and cleaning the scalp and hair without stripping the hair of it's natural oils. Sea salt is a great natural remedy for anybody with greasy hair, this is because it can absorb excess oils from your hair, whilst adding the required minerals to make your hair follicles healthy. Sea salt is good for - people with flat, lifeless, dull hair. 

Eggs //
I remember seeing somewhere on the internet that eggs is a great way to enhance your hair growth. With hair strengthening and conditioning properties, whilst being high in protein, eggs are a great way of preventing breakage and increasing elasticity, whilst encouraging hair growth through eggs being rich in vitamin D. Eggs are good for - Dry, weak and fragile hair. 

Coconut //
As somebody who hates the smell of coconut, this is an ingredient that I try and avoid the scent of as and if possible. However, coconut is a great ingredient due to its nourishing properties that works wonders for dry and damaged hair. Coconut is a great way of preventing dandruff and a great way of soothing itchy and dry scalps. You often hear a lot about coconut oil having a wide variety of benefits, coconut oil leaves the hair shiny, whilst preventing static, tangles and breakage. Coconut is good for - Dry, damaged hair and irritated scalps.

Tea Tree Oil //
Tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-fungal ingredient, tea tree helps to soothe a dry scalp and fight dandruff and lice. Take a few drops of tea tree oil, mix it with carrier oil and massage it into the scalp to promote hair growth and reduces the risk of hair thinning. Tea tree oil is good for - Dry scalp, dandruff and promoting hair growth.

Honey //
Honey is a natural antibacterial, antiseptic ingredient that helps maintain a clean and healthy scalp. Honey is an emollient which means its a natural softener, whilst improving the health of the hair follicles which promotes hair growth. Honey also adds shine and smooths the hair, whilst improving the health of every strand. Honey is good for - Dull, dry or course hair. 

Aloe Vera //
If you want to stop hair loss, treat scalp problems and promote hair growth then aloe vera is the ingredient to look out for. The enzyme in aloe vera is good for stimulating the hair follicles which promotes hair growth. The easiest way to introduce the ingredient to your hair washing routine is by adding it to shampoo and or by massaging it into the scalp. Aloe vera is good for - Dry and irritated scalps. People suffering with hair loss or lack of hair growth. 

Cocoa Butter //
Cocoa Butter is infamous or its softening, moisturising and conditioning properties, often found in multiple body lotions. However, it can also help frizzy hair transforming it, so it remains smooth, sleek and easy manageable. Cocoa butter can also add volume and strength to fine hair, so that the texture, feel and look of the hair is overly improved. Cocoa butter is good for - Long, curly or damaged hair. 


  1. Ah such a good post I didn't know which products were good for my hair at all!

  2. Great post, I am a big fan of cocoa butter :)

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  3. Great post, I love my natural ingredients too :) x

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