A mixture of Pracaxi (Miracle Oil, from the Pentaclethra Macroloba tree of the Amazon), Coconut oil fatty acids, Macadia oil, Avocado Oil and Vegetable Collagen.
Olive oil is as good for your hair and skin as it is for your health. With rich amounts of vitamins A and E, minerals and antioxidants, olive oil helps defend against hair loss. With regular use, you hair will be shiny, silky and lustrous.
The healing properties found in goat’s milk protein restores hair cells. Goat’s milk contains high amounts of essential vitamins and minerals like vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and minerals such as calcium
Silk proteins help form a transparent, crystalline film that protects and seals hair cuticles. Best for dry, weak, brittle, damaged and chemically-treated hair as the silk proteins penetrate, revitalize and strengthen hair. Natural pearl proteins rejuvenate and fortify hair.
Shea butter is a slightly yellowish or ivory-colored natural fat extracted from the fruit of the Shea tree found in Africa. Shea butter is one of the richest emollients on the market, providing ultraviolet protection without a greasy feeling.
An active ingredient derived from soybean, corn and wheat proteins that deeply adheres to hair fibers, promoting incredibly smooth hair through heat action. The result is strong, highly nourished hair that improves flexibility and shine.
Cupuaçu is a fruiting tree found in the rainforests of Brazil. The butter extracted from the cupuaçu seed stabilizes emulsions and promotes hydration, in addition to absorbing UV rays and increasing hair’s elasticity.
This naturally powerful antibiotic removes harmful toxins and offers relief to the dry, itchy scalp. When crushed, garlic releases an enzyme known as alliinase, which stimulates blood flow, strengthening hair and reducing breakage. It is also known to increase body and shine.
A healthy blend of orange, lemon, tangerine, pineapple, passion flower and other fruit extracts, all working in harmony to clean, nourish, soften and shine your hair.
The Buriti palm grows throughout central Brazil. The oil extracted from the pulp has a reddish-orange hue and a fatty-acid composition similar to that of olive oil. Its oil is rich in carotenoids and provitamin A. It is used in sun care and after-sun care products, anti-aging skin products, hair fortifiers and products for dyed and damaged hair.