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Quinoa is rich in protein and amino acids. And so is hair. If you take a microscopic look at your hair when it thins or breaks, it’s like a roof with missing tiles. The protein and amino acids in Quinoa can help to fill in and bind those tiles to create a stronger, healthier-looking hair. Its benefits accumulate through repeated use.
Offering the same efficacy and benefits as animal-derived Keratin, plant-based alternative Vegan Keratin can help provide deep moisturisation and nourishment to hair strands.
Long used for its variety of medicinal properties in Ayurvedic medicine, neem leaf extract can help improve overall scalp health while increasing hair shine.
Derived from the fruits of African baobab trees, baobab oil is incredibly moisturising and contains Vitamins A, D, E and F. It can help to hydrate strands and protect them from heat and environmental aggressors.
Biotin is an essential vitamin that can help to promote healthy-looking hair.
Pea sprout is rich in antioxidants and essential nutrients like Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Zinc, Selenium, and Iron. It can help to revitalise and refresh the scalp to promote healthy-looking hair.
Caffeine is a naturally-occurring, plant-derived compound that helps build visible hair volume. Just like your morning coffee gives you a boost to get through the day, caffeine can do the same for your hair.
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