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Life Changing Hair Care Ingredient: Panthenol

Ever wonder why our Hydrating Avocado Conditioner is so…hydrating? This is thanks to a life-changing ingredient: Panthenol! This vitamin helps keep your hair moisturized and feeling softer than ever. Keep reading to find out more about the benefits of our spotlight ingredient!

Panthenol has anti-irritating agents that soothes your scalp! Its protective properties help build a wall that guards your hair against water loss and irritation. It strengthens, soothes, and allows your hair to shine.

What’s interesting about panthenol is that it can collect moisture from the air and connect  with water molecules, allowing it to have that extra hydration. There is a smooth film that reflects, light allowing the hair to look shiny and glossy. This smooth film also allots for a great slip, which drastically cuts down detangling time!    

is panthenol good for hair?

Panthenol can be found in our Hydrating Avocado Conditioner. After letting it set for about a minute in your hair and rinsing it out, you will notice a reasonable difference when combing through your curls. It makes detangling a lot more bearable.  

This humectant spreads evenly across the scalp, ensuring that all your hair follicles are getting the moisture and love they deserve. One of its main goals is to fight against dehydration.  

Not only is it great for hydration but panthenol is great for thickening your hair too! As it enters your hair shaft, it provides your hair with an extra amount of Vitamin B. This promotes hair growth and allows your hair to grow stronger and longer!    

Panthenol is a holy grail ingredient with awesome benefits. Start implementing this in your curly hair regimen and watch your hair flourish! 

Muhga Eltigani

Muhga Eltigani

After years of using products that left her hair dry, damaged, and dull, Muhga Eltigani decided to chop off her hair and start over. For 6 months, she committed to using only natural ingredients on her hair- foods from her fridge and the grocery store with names she recognized, like avocados, olive oil, coconut, baking soda, and even eggs. She found support through an online community of women like her, sharing recipes and ingredients on Youtube.

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