IN ESSENCE... Ylang Ylang Essential Oil is derived from the steam distillated flowers of the Cananga odorata botanical. There are 5 classifications of Ylang Ylang Essential Oil: Ylang Ylang Extra, Ylang Ylang I, II III, and Ylang Ylang Complete. The numbers refer to the number of times Ylang Ylang Essential Oil is distilled through fractionation. Used in aromatherapy applications, … Continue reading Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Biotin Benefits Biotin is also known as Vitamin B7 or Vitamin H and is classified as a water-soluble vitamin. It occurs in a wide variety of foods such as egg yolk, liver and some cereals. The vitamin is also synthesized by bacteria found in the human gut. It is considered readily available and, therefore, Biotin … Continue reading Biotin (Vitamin B7)
All individuals across the world are identified by distinct physical attributes, which are unique to each one of them. The hair on a person's head is a very important distinguishing physical attribute in this regard. However, the human hair is susceptible to the onset of many problems and can easily lose its luster over a … Continue reading Hair Loss And Herbs.
Human hair along with the nails is the only non-living tissue in the human body. Hair like nails is composed mainly of a fibrous protein known as keratin, its composition chemically is nearly identical to that of the material making up the fingernails and nails on the feet. New hair is continuously sprouting as keratin … Continue reading Hair Problems.
Most people use shampoo, at least, a few times a week. But do you know what's actually in it? A list of shampoo ingredients from the website Good may give you something to think about when choosing your next one: Surfactants: Surfactants are necessary for the lathering, cleaning, and degreasing effects of a shampoo. Conventional surfactants … Continue reading Do You Know What’s in Your Shampoo?
Ingredients 2 ounces unscented massage cream 3 drops rose otto essential oil 5 drops sandalwood essential oil Directions Combine essential oils with a unscented cream. To damp hair -massage oil into the scalp and work through the strands, covering all hair completely. For long or thick hair, use 1-2 teaspoons of the oil mixture, and for fine or … Continue reading Scalp Rescue!