According the Insider Health, 70% of this grassy wonder is comprised of silica, and if your eyes are lighting up right now then I know you are fully aware of its importance. Vital Health Zone says that your the bones, nails, hair and skin need silica to stay in good condition and it is useful in counteracting the effects of excessive aluminum in the body. It also improves blood circulation, which then encourages growth.
Bamboo extract comes from the leaves and stalk of the bamboo, and when in shampoo it works hard at removing buildup. Some products with bamboo extract deliver nutrients to the hair follicle to further improve the vitality of your strands as it is being produced. This hair strengthening wonder can be taken in powder or pill form, but do not fret if you prefer trying it in your hair products because I have you covered!
Water, cetearyl alcohol, cyclopentasiloxane (conditioner, increases slip), dimethicone (silicone) and hydrogenated castor oil/sebacic acid copolyme (emollient) make up the first five ingredients. This deeply penetrating conditioner will smooth and strengthen your strands while taming frizz and retaining hair color.
This popular styling mist is made up of fennel seed extract, saccharomyces (lysate, copper, zinc) ferment, hemp seed oil, dimethylcetylaminohempseedate, and orange oil. Gain shine from this weightless finishing mist that will polish all hair types and add mirror-like shine. Retain your hair’s color and nourish your strands while eliminating flyaway hair all from one little bottle.
If you are all about getting right to the source than you will love the Gleau bamboo tea leaves, which are organically grown bamboo leaves. Relax and indulge in your beauty tea as you drink nutrients.
Deionized water, coconut oil, shea butter, mango seed butter and cetyl esters (lubricant) make up this 2014 Editor’s Choice co-wash. Get stronger and hydrated strands while staying soft and frizz-free.
Deionized water, shea butter, hemp seed oil, tamanu oil, aloe barbadensis leaf extract, cetyl esters, panthenol (Provitamin B-5), and bamboo extract create an all-natural hair masque ready to save your dry strands. This intensely conditioning treatment will fortify and strengthen your hair.
Are you more of a DIY'er? Our writer Jenell B. Stewart has a great bamboo infused hemp seed oil recipe that will have your tresses stronger and happier.
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