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As one of the hardest substances on earth, diamonds deliver exceptional protection for all types of hair, especially delicate or thinning hair.
Diamonds absorb heat to prevent protein degradation within the hair fiber that may be caused by thermal styling damage. Their exfoliating action also helps brighten hair and scalp with a natural healthy glow.
Strawberry is part of the Rose family. A natural plant ingredient extracted by macerating the fruit. Rich source of tocopherols and anti-oxidants. Excellent antioxidant rich in Vitamin C and polyphenols responsible for scavenging free radicals. The antioxidant power helps to protect and prolong the vibrancy of hair color.
Also called "black diamond" is an underground mushroom called scientifically Tuber melanosporum, of which the plant host is the oak. Black Truffle infused in olive oil sinks rich moisture into every hair strand, making it softer, adding weightless fullness and decadent conditioning.
The chosen beverage of royals during historical times, champagne continues to be widely associated with elegance, luxury and special celebrations.
Champagne has natural detoxifying properties that gently lift debris and buildup from hair to freshen hair color and help reveal lustrous shine. Its pH level that is comparable to that of apple cider vinegar seals the hair cuticle for a smooth, silky glowing surface and mirror-like shine….the epitome of luxury!
It is a bright orange color coconut (Nufecea) only native to the island of Sri lanka. Known as Thambili, it is the most expensive coconut oil in the market. The benefits are priceless. It has a low molecular weight, and is able to actually penetrate the hair shaft, nourishing the hair with vitamins and minerals.
Offers heat activated cuticle defense and naturally strengthens hair. Derived from superfood Pisum sativum or 'pea', protects against damage caused by blow-drying, combing and styling and defends against cuticle cracking.
The secret behind the desiccation tolerance of the resurrection plant is trehalose, a disaccharide sugar. The plant synthesizes trehalose when it detects low amounts of water. The "Survival Mechanism" kicks in to protect and retain and pump up moisture level within the hair.