Ingredients

#nofillers here! We chose each and every ingredient in our formulations for a reason, and we picked ingredients that work better together. Learn more about each of our ingredients below. 
  • Caprylic Acid - This is a lighter form of coconut oil that helps with faster absorption and doesn't just sit on the skin. 
  • Meadowfoam Oil - We picked this nourishing oil because it's native to the West Coast of the United States and is a very renewable resource. 
  • Green Tea Oil - Rich in antioxidants which helps support your skin's ability to defend itself from all of the bad stuff: germs, bacteria, UV lights, pollution. 
  • Argan Oil - We used argan oil to helped protect the skin against sun damage. Argan oil also regulate amounts of sebum (oil) on the skin, which can help clear up blemishes. 
  • Jojoba Oil - mimics sebum found on our skin, which means it absorbs more easily than other oils, making it great for hydration. Has a high amount of zinc oxides (deficiencies of zinc can cause hair shedding). 
  • Pink Grapefruit - Grapefruit oil is known for its cleansing properties and for tackling odor-producing bacteria.
  • Cypress Oil - Cypress is often used for its astringent properties, which help with dry skin, flakiness, and product build-up. Cypress also increases blood circulation and strengthens capillary health in the scalp.  
  • Hemp Seed Oil - Hemp oil can moisturize without clogging pores. It hydrates the skin as well as regulating oil production. Rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), hemp seed oil acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory and promotes skin growth and new cell generation.
  • Blue Chamomile has a high content of azulene. Azulene is a very potent anti-inflammatory, in addition to its antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties. 
  • Vitamin E - Vitamin E already occurs naturally in the skin. It's an antioxidant that helps defend against pollution and other environmental stressors. 
  • CBG - We used the emerging cannabinoid CBG (cannabigerol) for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties and to address the pain and itchiness that may arise due from harsh chemicals or tight, heavy hairstyles. 
  • Peppermint Oil - That tingling feeling you get with peppermint is because it promotes circulation to the area it’s applied to. This increased blood flow can help promote hair growth during the anagen (or growing) phase.
  • Bay Leaf Oil -  helps maintain a healthy pH balance for the scalp. It is also a strong anti-fungal, helping stop the spread of fungi and yeasts that can lead to many scalp conditions. 
  • Cedarwood Oil -  Cedarwood has strong anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, which can treat different conditions that may contribute to dandruff or hair loss*.
  • Geranium Oil -This adaptogen helps balances oil secretions around the hair follicles. So it aids oily scalps by helping them produce less oil, while helping drier scalps produce more oil. 
  • Lavender Oil  - Lavender has properties that can generate the growth of cells and reduce stress. Also, who doesn't love the smell? 

  • Lemon Peel Oil - This essential oil reduces the amount of sebum on the scalp, as well as helping re-balance the production of oils. It is a powerful disinfectant, and helps detox the scalp from product buildup or flaky skin.  
  • Rosemary Oil - Rosemary s known for its ability to improve cellular generation. According to one study, rosemary oil performed as well as minoxidil, a common hair growth treatment, but with less scalp itching as a side effect.
  • Baobab Seed Oil: This fruit contains more Vitamin C than any other superfood. We love it because Vitamin C helps promote collagen production (collagen being one of the key building blocks of a healthy skin barrier). 
  • Cannabidiol (CBD): CBD is a hero ingredient: an antioxidant, an adaptogen, and an anti-inflammatory. It also helps balance oil production, and studies indicate it has utility in treating many skin conditions. 
  • Ashwagandha Root Extract: ashwagandha is the queen of adaptogens, and attacks the effects of stressors.
  • Squalane: Our skin produces an oil called sebum that helps moisturize and protect the skin. Sebum is primarily comprised of squalane. Frigg's squalane is olive-derived.
  • Castor Seed Oil:  Rich in oleic acid, the main fatty acid found in castor oil has impressive anti-inflammatory properties. Applying castor oil to the scalp may help moisturize dry, irritated skin and may help reduce flaking.
  • Sea Buckthorn Oil: a deep hydrator rich in the rare omega-7 fatty acids. Omegas help hydrate and nourish the skin and can improve the look and feel of the skin. 

Supporting Research

 * https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9828867

http://www.altmedrev.com/archive/publications/16/3/275.pdf - (Argan Oil)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5307826/ - (Geranium Oil) 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.