All the natural ingredients we use are the result of intense, scientific research and testing to provide all-natural products that work as effective as those made with chemicals –but without all the negative side effects. Even better, they were 100% handcrafted by Cindy Suárez, an herbalist and certified integrative nutrition health coach with 18 years of experience, to ensure you get the highest quality standards natural products can offer.

We use more than 60 different natural and organic ingredients to provide you the best hair formula tailored to your needs. We are also refreshing our ingredients daily as we continue to do more science research so that your formula is better than anybody that may have anticipated.


Aloe barbadensis contains anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties which make it a wonderful treatment for the hair and scalp. Aloe vera may also contribute to increased blood flow through the hair follicles which is crucial for hair growth.


The Indian gooseberry also known as amla is an ayurvedic fruit, originated in India. Amla oil is prepared from the fruit of the Indian gooseberry tree, Phyllanthus Emblica. Amla oil helps prolong the growth phase of hair follicles and also helps create the appearance of thicker hair. It strengthens the scalp and hair. It also reduces premature graying. 


Angelica is the root of Angelica Sinensis, which is known as Dang Gui in traditional Chinese medicine. It has anti-inflammatory properties which are excellent for all scalp conditions. It helps treats hair loss and it helps promotes hair growth.


Apple cider vinegar [ACV] helps boost hair health and balance pH. By increasing acidity and lowering pH, it may support smoothness, strength, and shine. Additionally, ACV helps clarify hair as it helps to remove all traces of product buildup on your scalp.


Apricot oil contains omega 6 fatty acids that stimulate hair growth. Apricot kernel oil contains a meaningful amount of omega 6 fatty acids.


Argan oil is full of fatty acids and powerful antioxidants, such as vitamin E, that have been shown to moisturize and condition. It helps improve scalp health and helps prevent styling and coloring damage.


Avocado oil is extremely rich in oleic acid and monounsaturated fats. It can penetrate the hair shaft and moisturize your hair. These fats also strengthen the hair shaft and help prevent breakage.


Baobab oil is extracted by cold pressing the seeds. Baobab oil is very nutritious, it has anti-inflammatory properties and it is extremely wonderful for the hair. It treats scalp conditions, promotes hair growth, nurtures and strengthens the hair follicles.


Holy basil (also known as Ocimum sanctum). It can help prevent or reduce hair loss caused by dandruff and itching or changes in hormonal levels. As a result, it leads to denser hair.


Bentonite clay or montmorillonite is a mudlike substance derived from volcanic ash. It helps add moisture which is wonderful for dry scalp, dry and damaged hair, frizziness, heat damage, and lack of shine. Besides its moisturizing effects, bentonite clay helps remove toxins and may draw out excess dirt and oil as well. 


Bergamot essential oil helps promote wound healing and decreases inflammation. This may help encourage hair growth and a healthy scalp. Additionally, bergamot demonstrates antimicrobial activity when applied to the scalp.


Bhringraj or Eclipta Alba is an ayurvedic herb that is widely used for the many health benefits it has. It is seen in India, China, Thailand, and Brazil. The herbal oil penetrates deep into the roots of the hair follicles, thus nourishing the roots to provide a stronger and better quality of hair.  Additionally, the herb has been used traditionally to treat many scalp issues, especially hair loss.


Brahmi is a wonderful herb used in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India. It helps strengthens hair and promotes hair growth. 


Burdock root — is from the leaves and roots of the burdock plant (Arctium) that is native to Europe and has been naturalized in North America. Burdock oil help treats scalp infections and irritation caused by dandruff. It assists in reducing scalp itching, redness, and other symptoms. It also helps promotes hair growth. 


Cajeput oil is created by the steam distillation of fresh leaves of the cajeput tree (Melaleuca leucadendron). The oil contains a natural source of antifungal and anti-microbial properties which are wonderful for scalp conditions.


Calendula or Calendula officinalis helps treat scalp conditions. With its regenerative properties, it helps the hair follicles grow to allow for a thicker strand, and the antioxidants help defend the hair and scalp against cell-damaging free radicals. Additionally, it helps promote healthier hair by the development of collagen production and circulation in hair follicles.


It is native to Northern and Central Europe and Central Asian areas. Camelina oil is pressed from the seeds of this traditional crop. Camelina herbs provide nutrition to the scalp and get rid of dry skin, dandruff, and flakiness. It helps to keep the hair looking soft and moisturized. It also contains antioxidant properties that help protect the hair shafts from free radical damage.


The carrot seed oil is extracted from the carrot plant, Daucus carota. It contains powerful antioxidants that can help protect against disease protect skin and hair from damage because of its antioxidant load. It also has antibacterial properties which are wonderful for your hair scalp.


Castor oil is a vegetable oil obtained through the pressing of the seeds of the castor oil plant. The castor oil plant is found in tropical regions throughout the world and it is native to the Mediterranean Basin, Eastern Africa, and India. 


The oil comes from the trees in the pine family or cypress family. It is capable of promoting new hair growth. Additionally, the cedarwood atlas oil has been known to control hair thinning and balding.


Chamomile plants are a member of the Asteraceae/Compositae family. It is native to Western Europe and Northern Africa. Its anti-inflammatory properties can help alleviate itchy, dry scalp, or dandruff. Chamomile tea is also a natural hair lightener so you can achieve lighter hair by applying the brew directly to your scalp and hair.


Activated charcoal helps clear sebum, dirt, dandruff, promotes hair growth and strengthens hair. 


Clary sage oil is highly effective in increasing hair growth. It can improve hair strength, in addition to boosting hair growth, making hair more difficult to break.


Cloves are produced by an aromatic tree that originated in the Philippines and South America. The clove oil on your scalp help boosts blood circulation which reduces hair fall and also promotes hair growth. It helps thicken hair and it provides shiness to dry and dull hair. 


The coconut is a palm fruit that comes from the Indo-Pacific region. The oil is obtained from the “meat” of the coconut through cold processing. With coconut oil’s high levels of penetration, it is highly useful at preventing damage from occurring to the hair. Additionally, coconut oil helps prevent protein loss in hair by reducing the amount of water absorbed during saturation.


The oil comes from the trees in the pine family or cypress family. It is capable of promoting new hair growth. Additionally, the cedarwood atlas oil has been known to control hair thinning and balding.


Evening primrose, or Oenothera biennis, is a yellow flower that is found primarily in North America, Central America, and Europe. Evening primrose oil has a primary composition of essential fatty acids such as linoleic acid, gamma-linoleic, and glutamine. The flower helps reduce inflammation, itchiness, and flaking.


Fenugreek is a green, leafy herb originally from southern parts of Asia and the Mediterranean. Fenugreek helps control scalp conditions that lead to dry, irritated skin, including dandruff, a condition characterized by an itchy, flaking scalp. 


FO-TI HERB [He Shou Wu] 

This remarkable herb is listed in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, is one of the most popular perennial Chinese traditional medicines known as He Shou wu in China and East Asia, and as Fo-ti in North America. It’s a climbing plant that’s native to China. It has anti-aging properties that help combat hair loss and graying.


The frankincense oil is extracted from the bark of Boswellia trees. It provides anti-inflammatory properties. It helps treats various scalp conditions like eczema and dandruff and it also promotes hair growth.



Geranium essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves of Pelargonium graveolens, which is a plant species belonging to South Africa. Its antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiseptic properties make it useful for reducing skin irritation, and skin infections when applied topically.


Ginger root is highly beneficial for scalp inflammation. 



Gotu Kola, also known as Centella Asiatica, is an ayurvedic herb that helps improve hair density and hair length.


Due to its antimicrobial activity, grapefruit oil helps keep infections at bay and gives you healthy scalp and hair. You can also use grapefruit oil to reduce greasy hair while adding volume and shine.


Grapeseed oil is high in polyunsaturated fatty acids, mostly omega-6 fatty acids. It promotes healthy hair growth and acts as a natural dandruff treatment. It can improve the shine and vitality of hair. As people age, their scalp produces less and less sebum, which is a natural oil that keeps the hair and scalp vibrant and healthy. 



Due to its high levels of antioxidants, the green tea may support healthy hair growth, regrowth and may function as a DHT blocker. Tea leaves come from the plant Camellia sinensis. 



Hemp originates from the Sativa plant which helps boost blood circulation through the scalp and nourishes the hair follicles to make way for their growth. Additionally, hemp seed can help stimulate hair growth by keeping unwanted substances away from entering hair follicles.



Horsetail, also known as Equisetum arvense is a plant that helps promote healthy hair based on its silicon content, on collagen and antioxidant properties.


Jasmine oil is an essential oil obtained from the white flowers of the common jasmine plant, also known as Jasminun officinale. The flower is believed to originate from Iran. The oil has antibacterial properties and it helps effectively diminish depressive symptoms.


Jojoba oil is extracted from the seeds of a jojoba plant which comes from the southern region of the United States and the northern region of Mexico. Jojoba can help reduce inflammation and it’s a proven antibacterial. 



Lavender oil helps promote hair growth and has antimicrobial properties. The lavender essential oil is achieved by getting the oils out of several flower spikes found in the lavender plant. It also helps curb skin inflammation and has a calming effect and divine fragrance. This essential oil will also lower stress levels, anxiety, and depression.



Lemon essential oil helps maintain your hair healthily, nourished, and shiny. It restores your hair’s glistening flair that might decrease over time due to sun overexposure, or from over-using chemical treatments. Lemon oil works wonderful for dandruff and it helps stimulate hair growth.



Lemongrass is a tropical, grassy plant. The essential oil is extracted from the leaves and stalks of the lemongrass plant. It offers anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and anti-bacterial benefits. Lemongrass oil is also an effective cleanser that soothes itchy scalp and reduces dandruff. 


Marshmallow root or Althea officinalis is an African plant with short roundish leaves. The root helps treat scalp conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and dry scalp.


Moringa Oleifera helps fight dry hair and scalp conditions. It helps reduce hair loss, boost vitality and shine and promote hair growth. Moringa oil is pressed from seeds of the drumstick tree. It also provides a natural cleanser, strengthens hair, and minimize split ends.



Myrrh is a resin that comes from a Commiphora myrrha tree. It is originated in Africa and the Middle East. The oil provides astringent effects that help prevent hair loss by strengthening the roots in the scalp.


Neem oil is extracted from the seeds and the fruits of the neem tree. It is originated in India and Southeast Asia. Neem oil have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, and antibacterial properties. Neem oil is beneficial for the hair and scalp, including relief from a dry, itchy scalp and dandruff, as well as giving you silky, shiny, strong hair. 



Stinging Nettle (also known as Urtica dioica), is a flowering perennial plant that is found in North America, Europe, and Asia. It helps reduce inflammation in the scalp, neutralize free radical damage in the scalp and block DHT topically and internally.


This remarkable herbal plant strengthens the hair roots, promotes hair growth, and thickens hair leaving it strong and healthy. Cassia is also a great hair conditioner that will leave you with shining hair.


Olive oil contains oleuropein which is a component found in the leaves of the olive tree. Oleuropein helps significantly speed up hair regrowth.



Palo santo (Bursera graveolens), also known as “holy wood” is a group of trees that provide a powerful essential oil recognized for stimulating the immune system and fighting inflammation. Palo Santo is native to Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru. Palo Santo oil acts as a detoxifier, immune enhancer, de-stressor, and functions as a relaxant. As a result, it offers a soothing aromatherapy experience.


Patchouli oil is an essential oil obtained from the leaves of the patchouli plant. The extraction of patchouli essential oil is by steam distillation of the leaves. The patchouli oil helps alleviate signs of dandruff in hair, as it balances oiliness and strengthens your hair. 



Peppermint is a plant combination of spearmint and watermint. It helps stimulates hair growth; it improves blood supply; it has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.


Rosemary oil or Rosmarinus Officinalis is an essential oil that is extracted from the pine-like leaves of the rosemary plant through a steam distillation process. Rosemary oil helps treat hair loss and scalp conditions.



The plant’s scientific name is S. Officinalis. It is native to the Mediterranean and Asia. The oil of the sage plant can help clear the scalp of buildup, bacteria, and free radicals. The sage essential oil helps penetrate the surface of the scalp and produce its’ nutrients directly to your hair follicles.


Sandalwood oil is may help stimulate hair growth. 



Sesame oil, which is extracted from the seeds found within the Sesamum Indicum plant, sesame oil is a rich source of essential fatty acids and antioxidants which helps promote hair growth. It is high in protein, and it helps stimulate hair growth by nourishing, conditioning, and promoting a healthy scalp. 



Shea butter contains fatty acids such as oleic acid, stearic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, linolenic acid, and arachidic acid. These fatty acids have been shown to functions as DHT blockers. They also contain antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties which are wonderful to reduce inflammation within the hair follicle and stop hair loss, too.



It is an ayurvedic herb that is rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, K, and D, which help nourish hair and keep it healthy. It also helps remove dirt and oil from the hair and scalp. It strengthens the hair shaft, adds body and shine, and promotes a healthy scalp. It induces hair growth, prevents graying and it curbs hair loss.



The essential oil is made from A. siberica, also known as Siberian fir. It is originated in Russia and Canada. It helps balance scalp and it promotes hair growth.


The oil is high in polyunsaturated fatty acids and contains valuable sources of Vitamins E and K. It is extracted from the seed, it acts as a natural emollient and helps provides your scalp and hair with the incredible nutrients it needs to produce healthy, strong hair strands


It is a species of flowering tree with origins in the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent, and North Africa. Almond oil is extracted from the seed of the almond fruit. The oil contains two components: flavonoids and phenolic acids. These components have antioxidant properties that play an essential role by decreasing oxidative stress. Sweet almond oil also helps promote hair growth.


Orange essential oil is extracted via the cold-pressing method from the peel of the sweet orange, Citrus sinensis. The orange oil helps reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.


Tea tree oil is distilled from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia plant, found in Australia. The oil provides antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antifungal activities. It is an incredible solution for dandruff.


Thyme oil is obtained from a species of the Mediterranean plant known as Thymus Vulgaris. Thyme is a wonderful hair stimulant as it helps improve blood circulation to scalp areas that need oxygenation. As a result, hair cells in hair follicles can produce new hair. 



Tulsi is an aromatic plant in the basil family Lamiaceae found in north-central India and now produces native throughout the eastern world tropics. Tulsi is also an ayurvedic herb and is considered the Queen of herbs for hair loss and dandruff.



Witch hazel or Hamamelis virginiana is a plant with powerful medicinal properties that can be used in a variety of ways. It is native in North America it helps reduce scalp irritation and inflammation. It’s also used for treating dandruff and dryness. 



Ylang-ylang or Cananga Odorata is a tree that is native to the Indo-Malayan region. This tree has remarkable fragrant flowers. The ylang-ylang oil is extracted from the flowers which help reduce scalp inflammation, clean and unclog the scalp due to its antimicrobial properties. It also helps reduce oxidative stress and cellular aging in the scalp because of its antioxidant nature.



The root extracts help stimulate the scalp. The ingredient is most powerful as a scalp treatment because it contains saponins, which are cleansers that also reduce inflammation, itchiness, and dandruff. It will leave your hair very clean and also boost volume. It also has anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties.