Ingredient Benefit



Camellia Seed Oil is featured in premium haircare & skincare formulations due to its beauty benefits.

It is suitable for a wide range of applications and is prominently used for its unique moisturizing, antiaging, restorative, soothing, strengthening, and rejuvenating qualities.

Basically, any hair type that suffers from a case of frizzies, the pains of humidity, and overall moisture loss can easily fall in love with this natural, lightly fragrant oil. It makes for an excellent leave-in conditioner as well.


Help to appear bouncier, brighter and more luminous.

Contains a complex array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants with soothing and moisturising properties.

The aromatherapeutic properties of rose oil can calm and soothe the senses helping to alleviate anxiety and depression.


Avocado or Persea gratissima oil may have specific benefits due to its composition of vitamins, antioxidants, and monounsaturated fats.

Avocado oil used on the scalp could also help reduce the appearance of dandruff. Moisturizing the skin using oils can help to prevent it from drying out and flaking. Using avocado oil on hair is unlikely to undo severe hair damage, but it may help to prevent further breakage by lubricating the hair strands.


Silk itself has a very tight molecular structure, and it is this structure that helps to keep moisture in and prevent water loss.

It helps to keep it moisturised, soft and free from tangles. This is great as your hair goes through the process of washing, drying and styling almost daily, and so needs a little nourishment to help keep it protected.


Camellia sinensis leaf is rich in bioactive compounds and provides high-quality nutrition for hair, can effectively activate hair follicle stem cells, helps strengthen hair, improve the appearance and brightness and is healthier.

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil

Citrus aurantium Dulcis peel oil is also called orange peel oil. This oil is derived from the Citrus aurantium Dulcis plant – the sweet orange. It helps boost protein regeneration, as well as collagen and elastin synthesis. Oranges are also a rich source of Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid), the major water-soluble antioxidant for protection.


Hair follicle damage occurs gradually, eventually leading to baldness. But according to research, the caffeine in coffee can help stimulate hair growth and stop hair loss. Caffeine helped block the effects of DHT in male hair follicles. It stimulated hair shaft elongation, resulting in longer, wider hair roots. It also prolonged anagen duration, which is the hair growth stage.