Selasa, 24 November 2009

Our hair is an important feature. And taking the proper care of your hair can be a sobering experience for many people. But today, more and more of us are becoming aware of the amazing benefits found in natural hair care. Using ingredients found in or derived from nature has proven time and time again to outperform anything that has come out of a laboratory, with a lot fewer side effects, if any at all.
However, Many so called "natural hair care" products can still contain harmful chemicals (ingredients) that in the long run, will not only hurt your hair but can lead to other ailments as well like sensitive scalp damage and skin rashes etc...So it is highly recommended that you always read the labels of every product you intend on using for your hair first and then test in small doses to see if you are allergic to anything in particular.
Some Ingredients You Need To Stay Away From :
• Parabens: Some manufacturers use this ingredient to try and get as much shelf life as they can out of their products, and it works but on the downside, parabens have been scientifically proven to induce cancer.
• Fragrances: Most fragrances used in natural hair care products are made from harmful chemicals and may cause a wide variety of allergic reactions, anywhere from migraines, skin soreness to undermining the healthy function of your central nervous system. You would do better sticking with products that contain natural scents, essential oils plant and fruit extracts.
• Mineral Oils: These are commonly used as moisturizers, but they are really just very greasy and easily blocks up your pores. This can lead to inflammation, sores or even hair breakage.
Some Ingredients you do want to see:
Shea butter (Butyrospermum Parkii ) Mango butter (Mangifera Indica) Cocoa butter (Theobroma Cacao) Black seed oil (nigella sativa) Argan oil (Argania spinosa) Oat oil (Avena sativa) Brazil nut oil (Emblica Officinalis) Tamanu oil (Calophyllum Inophyllum) Red palm oil (Elaesis guineensis) Cayenne pepper (Elaesis guineensis) Black pepper (Piper nigrum) Tumeric root (Curcuma longa) Ginger root ( Zingiber Officinale) Mustard (Brassica juncea) Pro-vitamin B5 (panthenol).
This list is even more endless and growing as we learn more about how to use nature to help us heal, repair, protect and beautify our hair with gentle results that will last us a lifetime.

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