~ Herbs contain chemical compounds that can help restore hair’s natural balance and shine.
*Sage is excellent for weak hair.
*Rosemary enhances dark hair.
*Camomile and catnip promote healthy hair growth.
*Lavender, rose, and sandalwood combat dry hair.
*Cedarwood, cypress, lemon, and patchouli discourage excess oil production.
*Quince, flaxseed, gelatin, agar, and Irish moss give thin hair more body.
*Neem is a powerful disinfectant and also cures dandruff.
*Honey keeps hair soft and shiny.
*Horsetail is a source of silica, which helps keep hair strong.
*Burdock root, arnica, marigold, and southern woods may prevent hair loss.
*Aloe, nettles, stinging nettle, birch leaves, and watercress are excellent skin cleansers.What Not to Use:
You wouldn't use bleach to clean your floor, why would you put it on your head?
Educate yourself to the most harmful carcinogens and chemicals in your beauty products.
Environmental Working Group's Beauty Cosmetics database: skindeep
David Suzuki Dirty Dozen: whatsinside
Twelve most harmful carcinogens found in chemical cosmetics. Earth - Air - Water:
Your health begins with nature "You wouldn't put chemicals in your drinking water, why would you put it in theirs?"
- Nature Matters
There are recent changes to the industry that are moving away from greenwashing
and supporting natural healthy alternatives. We shop the world for the best and cleanest beauty products as they become available.*Reduce, reuse, recycle*