To build a foundation for healthy hair, you need to start at the roots and scalp. This four-step routine is specially designed to deliver the nourishment and soothing hydration that dry/flaky/irritated roots and scalps crave while also keeping the hair moisturized and protected.
How To Use
Working in sections, gently massage into the scalp. No need to rinse.
Chebe (Origin: The African Republic of Chad): Contrary to popular belief, Chebe does NOT make your hair grow. Instead, Chebe traps in moisture, which eliminates brittle, easy to snap strains and ends resulting in stronger and longer hair.
Soybean oil: This carrier oil is full of good fatty acids that help hair to retain high levels of moisture. As if that is not good enough, the lipids in the oil help hair treatments to absorb better into your hair.
Red clover: Clinically shown to help smooth, soften and add volume to the hair, but most importantly it supports the anchoring of hair fibers into the scalp, supporting the hair growth cycle by maintaining the structure of hair follicles, all of which contribute to reduced hair fall.
Horsetail: This contains a high level of silica. Silica is a compound that strengthens both nails and hair. Can also improve circulation, leading to the improvement of hair follicles and helping stimulate hair growth. Strengthens and improves the elasticity of the hair fiber, helps regulate the hair growth cycle, reduces inflammation, and improves cell turnover to create an optimal environment on the scalp for healthy hair growth.- Improves irritated and sensitive scalp skin
Pine: A powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial agent. One study discovered that pine needle extract acts as an effective hair growth stimulant.
Sea Salt: Contains similar nutrients as our body, so naturally, sea salt is a quick and easy way to keep the body's mineral count balanced. It's specifically great for the scalp because it grips dandruff and has anti-fungal properties.