Ingredient highlight: Avocado

Ingredient highlight: Avocado

Avocado in haircare? Yep, if it's good for the chicken salad, it's good for our hair.

The fatty acids found in avocado is well-known in the food world, but it is also helpful and nourishing as a beauty product, and in particular for red hair, which is a fragile hair type that craves additional nourishment.



The fatty acids that avocado is famous for are excellent at coating the hair shaft to help lock in moisture and other nourishing ingredients found in your haircare. 

Avocado itself contains heaps of vitamins and minerals, too, including vitamins A, B6, D and E, plus copper and iron, all of which help to strengthen the hair.

Not only that, but it also boasts potassium and magnesium, which promote smoothness and shine, helping to create that shimmery multi-tonal shine redheads crave.

You can make your own avocado hair mask by mashing 2-3 avocados before applying to the lengths of your hair, or for a simpler, less messy method, you will find avocado in our Henna & Rose Conditioner and Hair Mask.


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