Sunday, June 20, 2010


Aloe Vera

In cosmetics, Aloe Vera helps the hair and the skin replenish lost moisture, keeping it hydrated and smooth. It also contains vitamin A, C, E, B12 and other minerals that beneficial to skin moisturizing and toning. It is also known for soothing, cooling, and its anti-irritant property.

Gugo (Entada phaseoloides)

Helps to increase micro-circulation of blood in the scalp with anti-fungal & anti-bacterial properties.


Kalamansi is a small citrus fruit that appears as cross between a lemon and lime. The juice of Kalamansi is known as a refrigerant, a remedy for coughs and for itches, a deodorant, and an antiphlogistic (reducing inflammation or fever; anti-inflammatory).

Lawat Leaves

Lawat leaf extracts are traditionally used in the Philippines in preventing hair loss, promoting hair growth and relieving itchiness and skin inflammations.

Green Papaya

The fruit is used in cosmetics for healthy skin complexion. It contains the enzyme papain,which has exfoliating properties when applied to the skin.

Virgin Coconut Oil (Cocus nuciferas)

Rich in vitamin E and is processed without the use of heat to preserve all the good cholesterol, enzymes and other inert substances that help in maintaining the skin’s natural beauty.

Carrot (Daucus carota sativa)

Rich in Beta-carotene and pro-vitamin A which is important in the maintenance of the skin and hair.

Licorice Extract

Contains glycyrrhetic acid which is known to be effective in reducing redness, swelling, itching, and skin discoloration.



Slipstitches said...

As Salaamu alaikum,
Awesome post. Aloe vera is the best product I have used for my hair I only wish it wasn't so expensive here or I would use it more liberally.

zainab1 said...

@ Slipstitches..Na'am, I looove aloe vera for my hair. I use to use the aloe vera whole leaf "gel"
I have just recently began using the Aloe vera whole leaf " juice spritz"....boy, what huge hair feels soooo much smoother the juice , seems to lay the cuticle of hair down much better than the gel.

So, glad you liked the post, and thanks a bunch for stopping know....that it's always a pleasure.

Take care ( smiles)