Cocos Nucifera Oil - or more commonly known as Coconut Oil - is a standout ingredient to look for when considering purchases for your beauty routine.
Packed with rich fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants, that help fight against damage caused by free radicals - Coconut Oil seems to do it all.
While we may know that Coconut Oil is good for us, we will break down why it’s so beneficial for your hair health, as well as why it’s an environmentally-friendly ingredient to maintain in your beauty routine.
Moisturising and Repairing
Coconut Oil has properties that allow it to penetrate the hair shaft more easily due to its low molecular weight, and also has an anti-evaporating nature. This means that Coconut Oil is the perfect ingredient to inject moisture into hair and is the ideal ingredient to repair any damage hair may have. Coconut Oil is also incredibly stable meaning that future hair breakage is also prevented.
The Bar None Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner features Cocos Nucifera Oil in a clean formula, ensuring that your hair will be kept in the best shape when it’s washed and rinsed.
A Healthy Scalp
A healthy scalp is key to healthy hair, and the fatty acids in Coconut Oil ensure that your scalp is kept in the best condition possible. The fatty acids in Coconut Oil act as anti-dandruff agents, keeping your scalp clean and balanced, meaning that hair growth is encouraged and there is no build-up of flakes or products.
The Environmental Impact
Coconut oil is a biodegradable fluid, meaning that it does not contribute waste or toxicity to our Earth. This is a perfect alignment to the values of Bar None; being zero-waste, vegan and cruelty free.
Coconut Oil is an incredibly versatile ingredient, and amazing for your hair and friendly to the Earth. What’s your favourite thing about Coconut Oil?
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