- 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.
- Argan Oil - Argan oil helps regulate the amount of sebum (oil) produced by 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 helping to balance oil production. Rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), hemp seed oil has anti-inflammatory properties, and helps maintain optimal skin health.
- 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 cannabigerol for its 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. 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; fungi and yeasts can lead to many scalp conditions.
- Cedarwood Oil - Cedarwood has strong anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.
- Geranium Oil -This adaptogen helps balance oil secretions around the hair follicles.
Lavender Oil - Lavender is an amazing herb! Studies show it may have sedative and analgesic properties. Also, who doesn't love the smell?
- Lemon Peel Oil - This essential oil can reduce the amount of sebum on the scalp, as well as help re-balance the production of oils. It is a powerful disinfectant that can help detox the scalp from product buildup or flaky skin.
Rosemary Oil - Rosemary has been used in folk medicine for millennia—and modern pharmacological studies show it has anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.
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 firm, healthy skin).
- Cannabidiol: Cannabidiol is a hero ingredient, and has been described by prominent dermatologists as having antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which can improve overall skin appearance. It also helps balance oil production, and studies indicate it has utility in addressing many skin conditions.
- Ashwagandha Root Extract: ashwagandha has been dubbed "the queen of adaptogens." It is a revered herb in the Indian Ayurvedic system of medicine, where it is used as a tonic. Modern scientific studies indicate it can act as an anti-inflammatory.
- 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 can help hydrate 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.
* 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.