What are the benefits of coconut oil shampoo and conditioner?
Coconut oil and hair go together like tea and biscuits – they just do. Here are some of the main benefits.
- It strengthens your hair
- It hydrates your hair and scalp
- It gets rid of dandruff
- It slows hair loss
- It gives you shiny hair
What does coconut oil do for your skin?
In a (coco)nut shell, it hydrates, nourishes and soothes your skin. It has the ability to penetrate deep, helping to plump and fill fine lines and wrinkles.
Plus, the Lauric Acid found in coconut oil acts as an antibacterial agent, making it beneficial for skin that’s prone to breakouts.
Does coconut oil aid or stimulate hair growth?
Yes, the natural antioxidants and nutrients found in coconut oil - Vitamin E, Vitamin K and iron - are known to boost hair growth.
What are benefits of using coconut oil on your skin?
Coconut oil is a wonderful natural moisturiser that will smooth, hydrate and soften your skin.
It’s antimicrobial, which means it’ll kill off any surface bacteria you may have picked up during the day, and it’ll soothe inflammation and help lessen the red dry skin that acne can cause.
Loaded with Vitamin E and powerful antioxidant properties, it can help fight skin damage and speed up the healing process.
What are the benefits of Moroccan argan oil shampoo and conditioner?
They don’t call it liquid gold for nothing. Here are some of the main benefits.
- It hydrates your hair and scalp
- It tames frizz and flyaways
All that hydration will leave your hair softer and more manageable, which means you can style your ‘do more easily and not have to hide under a hat. Hooray for great hair days.
- It repairs and strengthens
Jammed with nutrients, regular use of argan oil shampoo and conditioner will repair brittle and damaged strands, and strengthen the hair root to prevent hair loss. You can thank the Vitamin E content for that.
- It helps grow your mane
- It restores shine
What does Moroccan argan oil do for your skin?
Not just amazing for your hair, Moroccan argan oil is an awesome natural moisturiser for your skin, too.It’s loaded with Vitamin E and fatty acids – all the stuff your skin needs for hydration, nourishment and to minimise fine lines. It absorbs quickly without leaving a greasy residue and won’t irritate sensitive skin.
It can also be used to balance out your skin’s own natural oil levels.
What is Moroccan argan oil?
Moroccan argan Oil, or argan oil as it’s sometimes called, comes from the nut kernels that grow on the Argan Tree, native to Morocco. The oil is extracted from the tree’s kernels using a cold pressing process, which preserves the oil’s high antioxidant levels.
It’s jam-packed with nutrients and is incredibly nourishing and hydrating for skin and hair.
Does Moroccan argan oil aid or stimulate hair growth?
Moroccan argan oil is packed with Vitamin E, which carries antioxidants that stimulate your hair cells, encouraging them to grow healthier, stronger hair. It has antioxidative properties, such as fatty acids, Omega-6 and Linoleic Acid, that can heal damaged, brittle hair and restore its shine.
What are the benefits of using Moroccan argan oil on your skin?
Argan oil hydrates and softens, giving your skin a dewy, healthy glow.
Crammed with fatty acids, antioxidants and Vitamin E, it plumps the skin and restores its natural elasticity, minimising fine lines and wrinkles.
It absorbs easily and is non-greasy and non-irritating, which makes it a nourishing moisturiser for all skin types.
What is violet toning?
Violet toning is the colour correcting process used to brighten blonde hair with violet shampoos and conditioners.They’re sometimes called purple or silver shampoos, too.
Why is violet toning made for blondes?
Natural or not, blonde hair can start to look dull and brassy yellow over time as everyday stuff like heat styling, product build up and swimming takes its toll. Violet toning is a way to maintain your silvery blonde colour in between visits to your hairdresser.
How does violet toning formulation tone down brassiness in coloured hair?
It’s all based on the colour wheel, on which yellow and purple sit opposite each other. A violet shampoo, which is made with purple colour pigments, works by counteracting the dull, brassy tones you don’t want, so you can keep the cool, silvery blonde tones you do want.
It’s not an everyday shampoo and conditioner. You only have to use it once or twice a week for it to do its job.
Are Seven Wonders products good for frizzy hair?
Yes, our Moroccan Argan Oil and Coconut Oil ranges are both fantastic frizz fighters, loaded with antioxidants and fatty acids to moisturise and transform the driest of strands into silky, easy to manage hair.
Are Seven Wonders products good for oily hair?
If you get oily locks, our dry shampoos should definitely be a part of your hair care routine.They absorb excess sebum from your roots, leaving you with hair that feels clean (not chalky) and smells great.
Are Seven Wonders products good for dry hair?
For the same reason our products are such good frizz-fighters, they’re ideal for dry hair, too. Our shampoos, conditioners and treatments are crammed with vitamins, antioxidants and fatty acids to moisturise and strengthen your mane. They’ll protect your hair from heat damage and boost shine, too.
Are Seven Wonders products cruelty free?
What are sulphates?
Sulphates are surfactants - compounds that attract both oil and water. They’re often added to hair and skin care products to make them produce suds and bubbles to remove dirt and grease. But they can also dry out and irritate your hair and skin, stripping away your natural oils and proteins.
There are a lot of different sulphates. The most common ones are sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS), sodium laureth sulphate (SLES), and ammonium lauryl sulphate (ALS).
Sulphates are considered safe (in certain formulations) but that doesn’t mean they won’t damage you skin and hair, which is why we think sulphate-free is best.
What are parabens?
Parabens are a chemical group of preservatives that are often used in skin and hair care products to stop bacteria from growing. Like sulphates, there’s a lot of debate around whether they’re safe to use. Some studies have linked them to cancer but there isn’t anything conclusive to prove that – so the debate continues.
It’s understood that our bodies do absorb parabens so while the science is still out, we reckon it’s better to not slather our hair and skin with them.
Do you ship internationally?
Not yet, sorry overseas folks.
How do you calculate shipping costs?
Shipping is a flat rate of $10 for orders up to $99. Free shipping applies to orders of $100 or more.