Plant-based squalane: is a natural substance and an essential component of our skin lipids. Our squalene is hydrogenated from olive press residues. So that the oil can be used for our hair oil, it has to be processed. The raw material then becomes squalane (with a). The odorless oil is ideal as a natural substitute for silicones. Squalane makes the hair silky shiny and supple and the skin soft and smooth.
Essential neroli oil (organic): is one of the most valuable essential oils and is extracted from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree. We use the precious neroli because of its good skin tolerance and the fresh, delicately sweet and tart scent.
- Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Flower Oil
- Farnesol - Geraniol
Good to know:
→ Linalool, limonene, farnesol and geraniol are natural components of the essential neroli oil. The label helps allergy sufferers to recognize this product.
→ Essential oils are extracted from flowers and parts of plants. They combine the concentrated power of the plants and, in addition to the fragrance, have various positive and negative effects. People with intolerance to certain plants often also react to the corresponding essential oils. A single essential oil consists of up to 200 chemical components - some of which can have an allergenic effect. For this reason, 26 allergenic components have been defined by the EU. These must always be shown separately in the overview of ingredients (INCI) and help allergy sufferers to identify the product.