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Are you ready to take your hair, scalp, and body health to the next level? Sea Buckthorn Oil may just be the thing you need. When it comes to healthy hair and scalp, oils like tea tree, castor, coconut, and olive are frequently mentioned. As far as supplements go, biotin and MSM tend to reign supreme.

Sea Buckthorn Oil helps stimulate hair growth while improving the overall health of your hair, scalp, and skin.

Where's this wonder oil from?

The sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) plant is native to several sandy coastal and semidesert areas of Europe and Asia. 90% of the world's natural Sea Buckthorn habitat is found in China, Russia, northern Europe, and Canada where it draws part of its name from its proximity to the coastline and the salt sprays it receives from the sea.

Nutrients

Sea Buckthorn Oil is a deep amber and relatively thin in consistency, but boasts a rich nutrient profile beneficial for hair and scalp:

Vitamins A & E

Vitamins A & E are actively involved in the rejuvenation and renewal of cell membranes, and are superior antioxidants which help to fight aging in hair and skin -- combating dryness, brittleness, thinning, and breakage.

Vitamins B1 (Thiamin), B2 (Riboflavin), B6 (Pyridoxine)

Combined, these B vitamins are responsible for helping to convert food into energy, and are essential for the rejuvenation and creation of healthy skin, hair, and blood. B6 is also responsible for the creation and stimulation of healthy blood cells, which transport oxygen and vital nutrients throughout the body and to the hair.

Vitamin C

Anti-oxidant properties of this essential vitamin are beneficial for fighting the free radicals and environmental factors that can cause structural damage to the proteins in hair-- helping to prevent breakage and split ends.

Amino Acids

Hair is made of keratin, and keratin is made of amino acids. Amino acids are essential to replenishing the strength and health of hair that has suffered mechanical or chemical damage, and for promoting healthy hair growth.

Omega-7

A little-discussed omega, this fatty acid provides key building blocks for skin, hair and nails. It helps combat dryness, loss of skin and hair elasticity, and other symptoms aging and damage. It protects against oxidative damage, helps hair retain moisture better, and can even help repair sun-damaged hair and skin.

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