It is normal to lose anywhere from 50 to 100 strands of hair per day. 

Herbs that we trust

Ligusticum wallichii (chuan xiong) is a popular herb in Chinese medicine. It is known by many names, but often referred to by Chinese medicine practitioners in the US as “Sichuan lovage root.” While the root and rhizomes have therapeutic properties, ligusticum is also used to flavor food and add fragrance to cosmetics because of its warm and spicy qualities. Ligusticum is highly effective at treating skin conditions. Researchers found that ligusticum in the form of an essential oil alleviated hypertrophic scarring and its associated tenderness which suggests that constituents of the ligusticum plant can help skin repair itself. This may explain why it is so often prescribed to treat chronic skin problems – particularly those that have itchy, irritating, or painful elements.

Safflower Oil is cold pressed from the seeds of the Carthamus tinctorius botanical, a relative of the Sunflower. It is ideal for hydrating dry or acne-prone skin while soothing irritation, rashes, and inflammation. It is reputed to enhance skin’s texture, appearance, and quality. The hair benefits of safflower Extract are mainly attributed to its chemical constituents including Oleic, Linoleic, Palmitic, Stearic, Linolenic, and Palmitoleic acids.

OLEIC ACIDS (OMEGA-9) are known to:

  • maintain the softness, suppleness, and radiance of skin and hair;
  • Stimulate the growth of thicker, longer, and stronger hair;
  • Eliminate dandruff and support hair growth

LINOLEIC ACIDS (OMEGA-6) are known to:

  • Moisturize hair and promote its growth
  • Promote moisture retention in skin and hair

PALMITIC ACID is known to:

Soften hair without leaving a greasy or sticky residue

STEARIC ACID is known to:

  • Have cleansing properties that eliminate dirt, sweat, and excess sebum from hair and skin
  • Condition and protect hair from damage without diminishing luster or making it feel heavy

Oriental arborvitae (Thuja orientalis) is an evergreen tree and member of the cypress family. The seeds and the leaves of the plant can produce essential oils and chemical compounds such as rhodoxanthin, amentoflavone, hinokifalvone, quercetin, myricetin, carotene, xanthophylls, and ascorbic acid. Thuja Orientalis preparations can be used as anti-inflammatory agents and has anti-microbial characteristics as well. This herb not only promotes and maintains a healthy scalp, but also helps hair grow by stimulating the growth stage in resting hair follicles.

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Bonnie from Sydney