Herbal Hair Butter seals in moisture, nourishes, seals ends, controls frizzy hair, adds shine. It is for all
hair types including dry, brittle hair, twists or braids. For external use only. Applying oil or a thick hair butter such as Herbal Hair Butter, keeps the moisture within the hair strand.

To apply Herbal Hair Butter – after washing your hair, apply Herbal Hair Butter the length of your hair. You may also apply Herbal Hair Butter to your hair after using a direct leave-in conditioner or a water based leave-in.  Style your hair as normal or use a protective style if you want to grow your hair.

To control hair frizz, apply lightly. A little goes a long way.

Ingredients: Extra virgin cold pressed olive oil infused with herbs* – comfrey root, burdock root, nettle leaf, sage leaf, rosemary leaf; virgin organic coconut oil, shea butter, almond oil, castor oil, sesame seed oil, jojoba oil; beeswax; rosemary, lavender and cedarwood essential oil.

Jamaican Black Herbal Hair ButterCastor oil – You can use this in addition to the coconut oil to aid in hair regrowth and replenishing moisture to dry, damaged ends. The oil’s benefits can be derived by topical application even for hair loss. Regular usage of castor oil is purported to increase hair growth, reduce or prevent damage and breakage, treat dry hair conditions and condition and moisturize hair and scalp. The oil can be used to prevent hair frizz and/or split ends.

Coconut oil, virgin organic – is a natural moisturizer and skin and hair conditioner: it hydrates the skin superbly and leaves protective coconut oil on your skin. Coconut oil is one of the best natural nutrition for hair. It helps in healthy growth of your hair providing a shiny complexion. It prevents dandruff, lice, and lice eggs, even if your scalp is dry. It helps in the re-growth of damaged hair and provides the essential proteins required for nourishing damaged hair.

Jojoba oil – is used in light, non-greasy moisturizing preparations. It is also used as a hair conditioning oil. It is a liquid wax rather than an oil, great skin and hair conditioner. Skin specialists are finding that Jojoba oil has a remarkable ability to dissolve those waxy deposits of sebum, the natural secretions of the scalp’s sebaceous glands, which sometimes resist even the most determined shampooing.

Olive oil, Extra Virgin – has long been used as a rich moisturizing treatment. It is most suitable for dry skin and as a treatment for damaged, dry hair. Soothes, heals and lubricates the skin.

Sesame oil – a natural UV filter that is rich in essential fatty acids and vitamin E. With its protective and nutritional benefits, Sesame oil helps maintain hair’s hydration and prevents dryness caused by sun exposure.

Vitamin E – in cosmetics is a natural preservative that helps sustain shelf life of products. d-alpha-Tocopherol
Shea butter – great as a moisturizing hair conditioner. Packed with essential fatty acids and vitamins A and E, Shea butter nourishes and restructures hair.

Nettles – Traditional herbalists believed that nettle tea is a great hair tonic and will bring back the natural color of the hair.

Sage – constricts body tissues, destroys bacteria, reduces possibility of infection and has healing properties. It also helps improve dandruff conditions and oily skin with pimples.

Rosemary – constricts body tissues, reduces possibility of infection, and has deodorant, healing, and stimulating properties. It improves blood circulation and is helpful in removing dead skin. It stimulates hair follicles and improves scalp conditions, it is used in hair preparations to relieve dandruff and encourage hair growth.

*Disclaimer: You may want to check with your medical doctor before using these products. Some herbs are not beneficial to the health of pregnant women, those with heart problems, those with high blood pressure issues, and other medical issues or medications.