Hair Growth Stimulator Butter
This 100% natural hair butter is packed with a blend of herbs, butters, oils and actives that are known to help achieve healthier, longer, thicker looking hair.
- Promotes: hair elasticity, moisturized scalp, blood circulation under the scalp
- Seals moisture in the hair and scalp
- Prevents dry brittle ends
- Promotes hydration in the hair, nourishes the hair follicles, moisturizes the hair leaving it feeling soft
Fenugreek , Chebe, Moringa just to name a few
- Controls Scalp Inflammation
- Fights Dandruff
- Revives Damaged Hair
- Prevents Hair Loss
- Prevents Premature Grey Hair
Women of the Basara tribe in the northern African country of Chad have long kept a hair-care secret that helps them retain some serious length which is a mixture of herbs called chebe powder.
- One of the main ingredients in the powder mixture is a shrub-like plant native to Chad, called croton Zambesicus .The plant is believed to soften hair and make it feel thicker. Chebe is good for hair conditioning, especially for textured hair
- Chebe is believed to help reduce breakage and shedding, which in turn promotes the health of the hair and encourages its growth potential.
- Chebe powder is said to help the hair retain moisture
How to use:
Scoop some butter your on fingertips and massage into scalp specially on thinning and balding areas at least for 5 -8 minutes daily. If there is time constraints repeat this routine at least 3x weekly. Apply on hair length as well to lock in moisture for longer, thick, healthy looking hair .
Wash day :
Apply oil on scalp and hair as necessary on wash day as well before styling. Massage oil into scalp for 5 minutes at least.
We highly suggest to our customers to take “before and after” pictures so we can keep track of their progress , while using our products. Please feel free to send us your pictures to get featured on our page.
Please always do a patch test before use. This product may contain nuts and is made of different herbs. Always consult with your doctor if you are not sure.