Sometimes you need just a little extra smoothing action and a lot of nourishing! Traditional hair serums that smooth and shine contain silicones which can only be removed with harsh sulfate surfactants, leaving hair in need of more serum - it is a nasty cycle.
Enter Hair Fixer Elixir! Made with pure abyssinian seed oyl, known to be even better for your hair than argan oyl (according to TRI Princeton study), this oil with its unique carbon chain structure, actually can penetrate the hair shaft (and the skin) to provide greater moisturizing and conditioning, thus reducing breakage by 55% (over 90% reduction of breakage for mixed ethnicity hair), increasing conditioning effects by over 80% and increasing shininess by 2-4 times. Impressive, methinks!
With it's superior penetrating abilities, we have infused this amazing oil with 6 herbs known for their benefits for healthy hair. All you need is a little bit!
And to take it one step further, Hair Fixer Elixir contains extracts of Mallow & Lotus flower. Both mallow and lotus flower help soften hair, enhance elasticity and fortify damaged hair while adding shine so both were added in generous amounts to give you maximum benefit of these two powerful botanicals.
Scent: this one is a crisp and fresh peach scent - not too heavy though!!
ingredients: Abyssinian Seed Oyl, organic herbs (burdock root, hops flower, nettles, oatstraw, rosemary and shavegrass), extracts of mallow and lotus flower & phthalate-free fragrance oyl.
directions: dispense 2-3 drops into palms, rub together and smooth through damp dry hair. Adjust the amount depending on your hair's length & texture. Always start with less and increase til you find your own "sweet spot". Style as usual. Can be used on the skin as well as for beards!
1oz pump bottle
From the earliest of times there was the role of the healer. The herbalist. The "Wise Woman". She possessed knowledge of healing herbs and botanicals which was handed down from previous generations back. As a healer, the wise woman was usually the first stop for the average person when they were sick or had a health issue to address. Of course in the Medieval and Renaissance era, the wise woman may have been called a witch or a heretic and discouraged from practicing her art as women were not allowed a profession in that time. This of course would make any herbalist surly as hell!
It is up to us to cultivate our garden.
the Surly Herbalist herself
After 6 years of creating vegan skin care products I decided to launch in a new direction to incorporate my love of herbs in cosmetic products and my passion for Ren faire. Enter the Surly Herbalist. Come find me at faire and make merry while you explore the delightful treats I have prepared for you.