Benefits of Glycerin
Glycerin, or glycerol, is known to be the most effective humectant. As such, it draws in moisture to the hair and scalp. Additionally, it helps to create a barrier to prevent moisture from leaving the skin and hair follicles. Shamban explains that "it has a small molecular size and can draw in moisture into the cells of both scalp and hair." This can be especially helpful during the dry winter months when dry scalp conditions may lead to itching and flaking.
Glycerin's ability to attract and maintain moisture makes it extremely beneficial to the scalp's overall health. Adequate hydration of the scalp's skin can prevent a host of issues, including dandruff and oil overproduction. Healthy hair starts at the scalp, making scalp health paramount in treating hair concerns.
Benefits of Aloe Vera
Aloe vera has been used for centuries as a remedy to soothe burns, dry skin, and as an ingredient in beauty products. Many naturals across digital platforms tout aloe as a tool to keep natural hair supple, hydrated, and shiny. With their guidance, I went to Amazon and purchased a top-rated brand of aloe vera, mixed it with a quarter of water, and sprayed the concoction on my curls and scalp after washing and conditioning. To my delight, I found that Whitney White and other YouTube gurus were one hundred percent right to recommend using aloe on natural hair. My curls were hydrated, defined, and my scalp felt better than it had in months. A natural, affordable ingredient that mimics (or even rivals) more expensive treatments? Sign me up. But to make sure this wasn't too good to be true, I reached out to cosmetic chemist Tonya Lane for her thoughts on using aloe vera consistently in your hair.
Clitoria Ternatea plant extract strengthens the hair for healthy hair growth/prevent hair loss and greying. Contains anti cancer properties, keeps skin healthy and tones blonde hair.
Natural Solubiliser have very little impact on odor or color of formulations. Different from synthetic solubilizes, natural solubilizes are derived entirely from naturally occurring sources. They activate the utility of essential oils in water-based cosmetics by solubilizing them without damaging their nutrients. According to Cosmetics Design, solubilization is a term that is used in both surface and colloidal chemistry, which refers to the colloidal dispersion of fluids to increase their synthesis and compatibility.
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