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Bamboo Leaf Oil For Skin & Hair

$49.99 $69.99

 

Bamboo contains the most bioavailable levels of silica. Silica is what you need for strong and healthy hair, skin and nails. That is why we created Bamboo Leaf Oil. We infused bamboo leaves with almond oil. It is a great remedy to help invigorate frail and weak hair. Bamboo on the skin is a great way for firming and toning the skin, and is great for stretch marks and weak skin.

What’s in our Bamboo Leaf Oil?

Ingredients: Bamboo Leaf, Almond Oil, Rosehip Oil, Ylang Ylang, Vitamin E, Grapefruit Seed Extract

Bamboo leaf High silica content

Almond Oil Not only soothes dry skin, but can improve your complexion and skin tone. It's highly emollient, which helps to balance the absorption of water loss and moisture. Almond oil can be used to treat acne because it is antibacterial and contains vitamin A.

Rosehip Oil Is known for its antioxidants and essential fatty acids.  These two qualities make it important for tissue/cell regeneration of the skin. Thi oil has long been used as a folk remedy for wound healing, and used in traditional herbalism for reducing scars and fine lines.

Ylang Ylang is used to balance the oil secretions in the scalp and helps reduce the oily and wet sensations on the scalp. It quickly seeps into the layers of the scalp and helps strengthen the hair follicles. It helps normalize oil secretions of the sebaceous

Vitamin E Great for fighting skin ageing and helps with damaged skin

Grape Seed Oil Natural preservative

Bamboo leaf for hair: The reason why bamboo is so useful in promoting thicker, stronger hair is its very high silica content. Bamboo can contain up to 70% silica. This is ten times more than horsetail, which is also used to promote growth and healthy hair. . Externally used it can help strengthen follicles. It should be a part of your hair growing tool kit.

How to use:  Apply a few drops onto your scalp. If you have medium to long hair, start by sectioning your hair into four parts, focusing on one section at a time. If you have short hair, proceed as is. 

Put ½ to 1 teaspoon of the oil in a small dish if applying the oil to your whole scalp. To spot treat specific scalp areas, use a lesser amount. The intent is to use enough oil to penetrate, but not over-saturate the scalp & hair.

Using your fingers,  dab and rub the oil on your scalp. Then massage your scalp for 5-10 minutes. Start massaging at the base of the skull, and work your way up towards the top of your head. This will stimulate blood flow to the scalp while helping the oil penetrate and unclog the pores.

Use the bamboo leaf oil a minimum of 3 times weekly for best results.  Leaving it on for a minimum of a few hours, or even overnight. The longer you leave it on, the better results. If the oil penetrates the scalp easily, we then recommend reapplying it daily if possible.

Continue your regular wash schedule. Do not over wash your hair while using bamboo hair

Use 2-3 times weekly.

Bamboo extract for skin: Bamboo leaf is a great way to leave your skin with the perfect strength and firmness it deserves. It is great for acne-prone skin.  Why? Well acne tends to damage the skin (its outermost layer) which in turn protects it from bacteria and other environmental pollutants. Regular use of Bamboo is used to strengthen this barrier, and also help restore the outer layer of the skin, thus making it easier to deal and fight acne.

How to use: Cleanse your skin (face and body) first, then apply a few drops onto your skin daily. 

Bamboo contains the most bioavailable levels of silica. Silica is what you need for strong and healthy hair, skin and nails. That is why we created Bamboo Leaf Oil. We infused bamboo leaves with almond oil. It is a great remedy to help invigorate frail and weak hair. Bamboo on the skin is a great way for firming and toning the skin, and is great for stretch marks and weak skin.

What’s in our Bamboo Leaf Oil?

Ingredients: Bamboo Leaf, Almond Oil, Rosehip Oil, Ylang Ylang, Vitamin E, Grapefruit Seed Extract

Bamboo leaf High silica content

Almond Oil Not only soothes dry skin, but can improve your complexion and skin tone. It's highly emollient, which helps to balance the absorption of water loss and moisture. Almond oil can be used to treat acne because it is antibacterial and contains vitamin A.

Rosehip Oil Is known for its antioxidants and essential fatty acids.  These two qualities make it important for tissue/cell regeneration of the skin. Thi oil has long been used as a folk remedy for wound healing, and used in traditional herbalism for reducing scars and fine lines.

Ylang Ylang is used to balance the oil secretions in the scalp and helps reduce the oily and wet sensations on the scalp. It quickly seeps into the layers of the scalp and helps strengthen the hair follicles. It helps normalize oil secretions of the sebaceous

Vitamin E Great for fighting skin ageing and helps with damaged skin

Grape Seed Oil Natural preservative

Bamboo leaf for hair: The reason why bamboo is so useful in promoting thicker, stronger hair is its very high silica content. Bamboo can contain up to 70% silica. This is ten times more than horsetail, which is also used to promote growth and healthy hair. . Externally used it can help strengthen follicles. It should be a part of your hair growing tool kit.

How to use:  Apply a few drops onto your scalp. If you have medium to long hair, start by sectioning your hair into four parts, focusing on one section at a time. If you have short hair, proceed as is. 

Put ½ to 1 teaspoon of the oil in a small dish if applying the oil to your whole scalp. To spot treat specific scalp areas, use a lesser amount. The intent is to use enough oil to penetrate, but not over-saturate the scalp & hair.

Using your fingers,  dab and rub the oil on your scalp. Then massage your scalp for 5-10 minutes. Start massaging at the base of the skull, and work your way up towards the top of your head. This will stimulate blood flow to the scalp while helping the oil penetrate and unclog the pores.

Use the bamboo leaf oil a minimum of 3 times weekly for best results.  Leaving it on for a minimum of a few hours, or even overnight. The longer you leave it on, the better results. If the oil penetrates the scalp easily, we then recommend reapplying it daily if possible.

Continue your regular wash schedule. Do not over wash your hair while using bamboo hair

Use 2-3 times weekly.

Bamboo extract for skin: Bamboo leaf is a great way to leave your skin with the perfect strength and firmness it deserves. It is great for acne-prone skin.  Why? Well acne tends to damage the skin (its outermost layer) which in turn protects it from bacteria and other environmental pollutants. Regular use of Bamboo is used to strengthen this barrier, and also help restore the outer layer of the skin, thus making it easier to deal and fight acne.

How to use: Cleanse your skin (face and body) first, then apply a few drops onto your skin daily. 

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