Backhousia citriodora. Lemon myrtle is a flowering plant native to Australia, Queensland; a primarily subtropical region. The oil derived from the plant is an antioxidant that is known to provide a sweet aroma and uplifting freshness to hair.
Boswellia serrata. Frankincense oil comes from the Boswellia serrata tree, which is native to India and Pakistan. The oil is designed to help with dandruff, help strengthen hair roots and make hair shine.
Canaga odorata. The ylang-ylang is a tropical tree that originates from Indonesia. Its oil is designed to act as both a natural hair growth remedy and natural conditioner for hair. It also may help reduce stress and anxiety, which in turn has a positive affect on hair.
Cinnamomum. Cinnamon is an evergreen aromatic tree found primarily in Asia. The aromatic oil found from their leaves and bark is known to provide many benefits to hair. These include stimulating hair growth, acting as an exfoliant to nourish the scalp and lighten hair colour.
Citrus x aurantium. Bitter orange is a fruit that comes from a citrus tree. Its essential oil is known to help treat oily hair and dandruff. It also provides a pleasant fragrance.
Citrus aurantifolia. Limes are a fruit that come from citrus trees found all over the world. Its essential oil may help to strengthen hair and treat the scalp, whilst also potentially helping to combat head lice.
Citrus aurantium dulcis. Citrus aurantium dulcis is the peel that comes from the orange fruit. The essential oil that is extracted from the peel is known to provide hair with a fresh and fruity fragrance.
Citrus medica limonum. Citrus medica limonum is the peel that comes from the lemon fruit. The essential oil that is extracted from the peel is known to improve the hairs shine, strength and overall health of the hair. It may also help to treat dandruff.
Cymbopogon. Lemongrass is a tropical grass that produces a lemon scent. The essential oil that is extracted from lemongrass may help prevent hair falling out as it is understood to strengthen hair follicles. It may also improve scalp health and encourage hair growth.
Cymbopogon martini. Palmarosa grass is a type of grass from the lemongrass family native to India and Southeast Asia. Its essential oil is used to help with hair loss and has a sweet floral aroma.
Eucalyptus staigeriana is a lemon-scented ironbark tree commonly found in North Queensland. The essential oil distilled from the leaves provides a fresh lemon fragrance when used on hair. It may also strengthen hair and prevent hair loss, encourage hair growth and be a natural remedy for head lice.
Foeniculum vulgare. Fennel is a flowering plant species that belongs in the carrot family. The seeds are used to make the essential oil and contain lots of vitamins and minerals. The oil is designed to help prevent hair loss, strengthen hair and stimulate hair growth. It may also assist in moisturising the hair and cleansing the scalp.
Gaultheria procumbens. Wintergreen is an evergreen shrub that is native to North America. Its essential oil is created to help keep the scalp healthy and dandruff free. It also assists in strengthening hair roots, which may help prevent hair loss.
Glycine soja. Soybean is a wild plant in the legume family native in Asia and Russia. Its essential oil is used for promoting hair growth and revitalising the scalp. It is high in nutrients that are beneficial to hair and can naturally moisturise damaged and dry hair.
Helianthus annus. Helianthus annus are the seeds that come from a sunflower. The oil pressed from the seeds have multiple benefits for hair. It is known to aid in slowing hair loss, assist in dandruff control and keep the hair soft and moist.
Illicium verum. Anise is an evergreen tree native to Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean that has fruits and seeds called star anise. Star anise oil is helpful for hair regrowth and repairing damaged hair. It also may also help treat dandruff.
Lavandula. Lavender is a flowering plant native to the Mediterranean. Its essential oil can help to promote hair growth, prevent hair loss and stop scalp and dandruff problems. Lavender also has a beautiful fragrance for hair.
Litsea cubeba. Litsea is an evergreen shrub native to Southeast Asia. Its essential oil provides a citrusy fragrance for hair. It is also known to help treat oily hair.
Melaleuca alternifolia. Tea tree belongs to the myrtle family and is native to Australia. Tea tree oil may help encourage hair growth and potentially stop hair loss. It may also treat dandruff and itchy scalps.
Melaleuca cajaputi. Cajeput leaf comes from the white paperbark tree and is commonly found in Australia and Southeast Asia. The essential oil extracted from the leaf is known to help with scalp health and encourage hair growth. Its oil is also used for treating head lice.
Melaleuca quinquenervia. Niaouli is a paperbark tea tree that is part of the myrtle family and is native to Australia, New Caledonia and Papa New Guinea. Its essential oil may be used to help eliminate head lice, fight scalp issues and promote hair growth.
Mentha viridis. Spearmint is a species of mint native to Europe and Asia. Its essential oil may be effective against fighting dandruff and head lice. It also assists in strengthening hair and helping with hair growth.
Ocimum basilicum. Basil is a culinary herb that is part of the mint family, which is native to Central Africa and Southeast Asia. Its essential oil may help to rejuvenate dull hair and strip grease off of it. It may also prevent hair loss.
Oenothera biennis. Evening primrose is a plant that produces yellow flowers that is native to North America. Its essential oil is known to help prevent hair loss and potentially make hair stronger. It may also treat scalp and dandruff issues.
Olea europaea. Olives are a fruit that comes from olive trees native to the Mediterranean, Asia and Africa. Olive oil is known to provide many benefits for hair, including softening the scalp, treating dandruff, improving hair strength and shine and removing split ends.
Origanum majorana. Marjoram is an aromatic herb in the mint family commonly found in the Mediterranean region. Its essential oil may help to strengthen and smoothen hair, prevent dandruff, revitalise hair and colour and provide an aromatic fragrance.
Piper nigrum. Black pepper is a flowering vine native to India that produces the peppercorn fruit often used as a spice. Its essential oil may help to make hair follicles stronger, minimise hair loss and stimulate hair growth.
Persea gratissima. Avocado is a fruit that comes from a tree originating from Mexico. Its essential oil may be used to nourish and shine hair, strengthen hair roots and treat dry scalps.
Pinus sylvestris is a type of pine tree that is native to Europe and Asia. The essential oil extracted from the pine needles has some potential benefits for hair. These include hair growth, cleaning the scalp, treating hair loss and thinning hair, removing headlice and maintaining a healthy balance of oils in hair.
Sclerocarya birrea. Marula seeds come from a fruit produced by the Marula tree that is native to Africa. Its essential oil is known to be used for stimulating hair growth and treating scalps.
Simmondsia chinensis. Jojoba seeds come from the Jojoba shrub that is native to South-western North America and Mexico. Its essential oil may help to moisturise hair, prevent hair loss, treat dandruff, prevent frizzy hair and help maintain hair colour.
Thymus vulgaris. Thyme is a species of flowering plant that belongs to the mint family and is native to Europe. Its essential oil may help with stimulating hair growth, preventing hair loss and treating dandruff.
Vitis vinifera. Grape seeds come from the grape vine native to the Mediterranean and South-Western Asia. Its essential oil is designed to help act as a natural hair moisturiser/conditioner. It may also be used to treat hair loss/dandruff and strengthen hair.
Rosa canina. Rosehip seed oil can also be extracted from Rosa canina, which grows in many regions of the world including South Africa and Europe. Its essential oil may assist in repairing damaged hair as well as moisturising hair. It may also help calm itchy, dry, or irritated scalps.
Citrus reticulata. Mandarins are one of the core ancestral citrus taxa, and are thought to have evolved in regions including South China and Japan in East Asia, and Vietnam in Southeast Asia. the oil revives copper colour tones, assist in cleansing oily hair, and may help restores dull hair to bring it back to life.
Cedrus atlantica. The use of cedar oil has a long historical past. Cedarwood essential oil is thought to promote hair growth and reduce hair loss by balancing the oil-producing glands in the scalp. It also has antifungal and antibacterial properties, which can assist in treating different conditions that may contribute to dandruff or hair loss.
Citrus x aurantium. Petitgrain oil comes from the bitter orange tree, Citrus aurantium. Originally from Southern China, the bitter orange tree was brought to Paraguay in the 19th century. Its essential oil is known to treat hair loss or oily, greasy hair because it helps regulate greasy roots caused by an overproduction of sebum.
Argania spinoza. Argan oil is a plant oil produced from the kernels of the argan tree (Argania spinosa L.) that is endemic to Morocco. Formulated to restore shine to dull, lifeless hair.
Hemp. Cannabis sativa seed oil is derived from hemp and is used in hair care formulas to provide essential moisture and nourishment while helping strengthen the hair.
Salvia sclarea. Clary sage is native to the northern Mediterranean Basin, along with some areas in north Africa and Central Asia. Clary sage oil contains the same linalyl acetate that helps make lavender oil so effective in increasing hair growth. Its essential oil may improve hair strength and hair growth.
Terminalia ferdinandiana. Kakadu Plum is a flowering plant in the family Combretaceae, native to Australia, widespread throughout the tropical woodlands from north western Australia to eastern Arnhem Land. The essential oil is high in vitamin C, which is known to moisturise and hydrate the hair.
Pelargonium graveolens. The organic rose geranium is from South Africa, where the Pelargonium genus originated, but it is also grown in northern Africa, China, and several European countries. For decades, Geranium oil has been used to promote hair growth by nourishing the scalp and balancing the production of sebum and natural oils.