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Best Hypoallergenic Oil Shampoo and Conditioner for A Dry Scalp

Hypoallergenic shampoos and conditioners can be as safe as they are effective. Here’s which plant-based ingredients you should be using for beautiful locks.

You wake up after a good night’s sleep, roll out of bed and get ready for a beautiful day. There is just one problem: it’s a bad hair day.

Regardless of the time, hair spray, and styling, the Hair Gods have damned us. We’ve all been there and it can really put a damper on your day!

What if we could take fate into our own hands and prevent these days all together? Well, I think we can and it all starts with the basics of hair care: shampoos and conditioners.

With the right botanical shampoo and conditioner your hair can be healthy, strong, and much more manageable. Read on to find out how you can tame your locks before they get out of hand.

Hair Growth 101

hair growth diagram

Hair growth and its structure is actually pretty simple. Let’s take a quick look at it so we can figure how to make it stronger and healthier.

Hair is made mostly of a protein called keratin. Hairs get anchored to the skin with a bulb where the hair is grown from. It is here where nutrients and hormones are delivered to determine how the hair grows.

The three hair phases are:

  1. Anagen: This is the growth phase which can last several years.
  2. Catagen: Hair growth now slows down over the course of a few weeks and the follicle shrinks.
  3. Telogen: Hair growth stops completely over a few months, a new hair is formed, and pushes out the old one.

How fast hair grows varies for everyone, but the average is 1/2 inch per month.

The color of your hair comes from melanin, a pigment cell that also gives your skin its color. As we age these pigment cells die, turning hair gray.

Key Nutrients for Healthy Hair

nutrients for hair

Now that we know how hair is formed, what do we need to make sure it sprouts healthy?

The most important nutrients for hair growth are:

  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin K
  • B-Vitamins
  • Iron
  • Zinc
  • Protein

They all help the hair in different ways, from creating new follicles to increasing strength to thickness.

This is just another reason why a healthy, balanced diet is important. What we eat affects every part of our body, including our skin and hair. Your journey to beautiful hair should start with lots of fruits and vegetables.

Using a shampoo and conditioner that contains these vital nutrients will also make a bigger difference in your hair’s quality. Luckily, there are many plant-based ingredients that are packed with them.

14 of the Best Ingredients for a Plant-Based Shampoo and Conditioner

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With the many vitamins, minerals, and amino acids your hair needs it is important to use a wide range of ingredients. We spent countless hours of research to find the best botanical ingredients to improve your hair quality.

Argan Oil

Argan oil is very popular in hair care, for good reason. It is very high in vitamin E and fatty acids. These help moisturize hair follicles, keeping them soft and smooth. It also does this without making hair overly greasy, even controlling oil production.

Since it is high in antioxidants it protects your hair from environmental damage and even repairs split-ends. If you suffer from dandruff it’s moisturizing properties will be a big help.

Aloe Vera

With all these nutrients it’s no wonder aloe vera has been used to restore hair loss. It is an all around superfood for hair health. Better known for helping the skin, aloe vera also provides your hair with many B-vitamins as well as vitamins A, C and E. You also contains minerals like calcium, magnesium, and zinc.

Kukui Oil

Kukui oil comes from the nuts of Hawaii’s state tree. Since it high in healthy fats, vitamins C, D, and E, and antioxidants, it has many health uses.

It benefits your hair by repairing split ends, reducing hair loss, and increasing hair strength. The fatty acids coat your hair delivering nutrients while also moisturizing.

Quinoa Protein

Your hair is essentially protein, so providing it with protein is a no-brainer. There are many sources of protein but quinoa is one of the few that is a complete protein. This means it provides all 8 essential amino acids.

A nice little bonus is the fact that it’s vegetarian and vegan, letting anyone take advantage of it.

Black Walnut Extract

You may have never heard of black walnut extract, but it’s a great source of omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and protein. These are all key to keeping your hair strong and preventing breakages.

As an added bonus, it’s been shown to be anti-fungal and antimicrobial which helps keep your hair and scalp clean!

Kiwi Extract

Using kiwi for your hair might seem strange but these fuzzy fruits are actually one of the highest sources of vitamin C. They are even high in vitamin A, E, K, and antioxidants.

Studies show it helps many body functions and repair. This is because of how important vitamin C is to cell growth.

Marula Oil

Also known as “Africa’s beauty secret” this oil comes from trees in South Africa. It is loved for its high amounts of fatty acids which have been shown to mimic the ones found in skin, making it the perfect moisturizer.

It doesn’t leave an oil residue because it is so quickly absorbed.  As an added bonus it has probiotic properties.

Moringa Seed Oil

These seed have shown to improve texture, roughness, and volume. This is because it contains all 8 essential amino acids, the basic structure of hair.

Being high in vitamin A and zinc means it also promotes hair growth and reduce split ends. These qualities make it seem like it was destined to be used on our hair.

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

This oil isn’t just a good carrier oil, it also works to hydrate your scalp and hair. Thanks to vitamin E and long-chain fatty acids it increases moisture retention.

Meadowfoam works great to control frizz as it stays on for a long time, all while helping your hair shine.

White Oak Bark Extract

15-20% of this extract contains tannins. When you mention tannins most people think of wine, and it’s actually where wine gets its health benefits. This is because they are actually antioxidants.

Tannins are also an astringent, making the skin tighten. This benefits the scalp by preventing dandruff and reducing excess oil. It has also been known to strength follicles, prevent split ends and slow hair loss.

Pomegranate Seed Oil

This fruit has a unique type of omega-5 fatty acid that works as a strong anti-inflammatory and defends against free radicals. This awesome for keeping your scalp healthy, helping dandruff and balancing out pH levels.

Pomegranate oil also restores dull, dry hair by moisturizing it. It works as an amazing detangler and is especially good for curly hair.

Ginger Root Extract

Ginger is a go-to for many natural remedies and hair is one of them. It can relieve pain if your scalp is irritated and dry. It’s minerals and essential oils make hairs softer, shinier, and more manageable. It also increases circulation promoting hair growth.
To top it off it is anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and high in antioxidants.

Burdock Root

Burdock Root has been used medicinally for a very long time. This is due to many powerful antioxidants as well as minerals like zinc, iron, and calcium.

It can be used to treat dandruff, improves blood circulation and much more. It’s all around great for keeping your scalp healthy.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil is a carrier oil that brings its own set of benefits. First off it improves the skin barrier and reduces water loss, two things that help with dandruff. It also decreases inflammation thanks to omega-6 fatty acids. It is full of vitamin E and K, both vital to healthy hair.

All-in-all it leaves your hair silky and shiny, and your scalp healthy.

When you put all these ingredients together you have a complete shampoo and conditioner that delivers each of the vitamins, minerals, and protein hair needs to grow.

Your New Daily Shampoo and Conditioner

daily shampoo and conditioner

As you can see, you can get everything your hair needs from plant-based sources. So why do brands prefer to use chemicals and alcohol?

All these chemicals do is strip your hair of everything, including the nutrients it needs. Then they coat your hair in silicon because it gives the illusion of being soft and smooth.

They may seem like they are working, but they can cause long term damage. Unfortunately, it let’s companies make products on the cheap and increase their profits.

If your hair is dead and dull look at the ingredients you are putting on it. Your hair has been starved for too long.

Our shampoos and conditioners contain no alcohol, toxins, SLS, parapens, silicon, or suflates. All you will find are safe, botanical ingredients proven to improve the quality of your hair and scalp.

If you want to find out how beautiful your hair can get, no matter the type, give our premium shampoo and conditioner a try today:

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We are so confident that your hair will be changed forever that we are offering a 60 day “Love Your Hair or Your Money Back” guarantee. If you aren’t 100% satisfied with the results we will give you a refund with no questions asked.

Even if you don’t try our shampoo and conditioner we hope you are more aware of what ingredients you should be using and which to avoid.

Thanks for learning about our new product. Here’s to no more bad hair days!