Argan, Marula, And Rosehip Oils In One Tri-Oleo Complex
These are the superstar haircare ingredients you should be trying now
What makes hair healthy? What makes it dry and unruly?
Although different people have different hair types, scientific study has found that a deficiency of nutrients such as proteins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and vitamins can lead to these unwanted structural defects in our hair and scalp.
So, where can you get these nutrients so that your hair can stay beautiful and healthy, no matter your age and lifestyle? We have found three super oils that have been making waves in the haircare industry for years now, thanks to their nutrient-rich compositions. Below, we take a look at each oil and what can they do for our hair!
Argan oil is probably one of the most popular hair-loving oils out there—and for good reason. It is one of the most potent and environmentally friendly oils that works not just for the hair, but for the skin, face, and nails, too!
The magic of argan oil stems primarily from its composition: it’s rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and vitamin E, which hydrates and softens the hair. It also helps protect the hair follicles from damage and prevents splitting and breakage due to the everyday pollution, chemical treatments, and hot tools that the hair has to withstand.
In fact, more than just the personal benefits, the wide use of argan oil has created sustainability efforts and environmentally positive effects for Morocco. Argan oil is extracted from the fruit of the argan trees native in Morocco. Before, it has been widely used locally for dipping bread and for medicinal use—much like olive oil—before gaining popularity in the early 2000s for its cosmetic use. Since then, argan oil has become a blockbuster super ingredient in many skincare and haircare products.
Just like argan oil, marula oil is extracted from the kernels of the marula trees. Traditionally, marula oil has been used by the Tsonga people of South Africa and Mozambique as a moisturizing lotion for women and a massage oil for babies. This is because when put under the microscope, marula oil is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants that promote moisture.
This oil is rich in both oleic and linoleic acid, two fatty acids that are key to its hydrating powers, which then translates to luscious locks. Linoleic acid is essential in stimulating hair growth and maintaining a healthy scalp. Oleic acid, on the other hand, is very effective in controlling water loss in your strands to keep it hydrated, making your hair softer and more pliable.
But even though it is extremely moisturizing, marula oil is surprisingly lightweight. This means that this provides hydration and sheen for the hair that looks glossy, but not greasy.
Dryness is also the main culprit, not just in hair strands problems, but in your scalp as well. This leads to many scalp issues like dandruff and itching. Since marula oil is a blockbuster when it comes to hydration and moisturizing, your scalp will thank you for it.
And as a cherry on top, Marula oil also has antimicrobial properties so much so that in the past, Namibian women preferred marula oil than water to clean themselves.
Many have also been sleeping on the amazing effects of rosehip oil, a pressed seed oil extracted from the seeds of a wild rose in the mountainous regions of South America. This oil is rich in three key vitamins—vitamins A, C, E—which are the backbone of a healthy head of hair.
Vitamin A is a powerful antioxidant that protects your hair from free radicals, which can cause hair fall. Vitamin C is very effective in controlling split ends and increasing the tensile strength of each hair strand. Vitamin E is an amazing nutrient for the scalp to help encourage hair growth, which has made Rosehip oil a cult ingredient for those who are dealing with hair loss.
This oil has incredible healing and anti-inflammatory properties as well, making it a popular ingredient in many skincare products. Rosehip oil acts as a soothing agent on damaged, flaky, or itchy scalp, penetrating into the deep layers of the skin to keep it moisturized and nourished. The oil is also extremely lightweight so it doesn’t clog the hair follicles, preventing dandruff.
Individually, argan, marula, and rosehip oil works wonderfully. But what if you combine the goodness of these three super oils into one special formulation to get the most out of their benefits?
Meet the Tri-Oleo Complex—a unique formulation from Cream Silk that combines their patented nourishing technology with argan, marula, and rosehip oil to strengthen, smoothen, and moisturize the hair.
No more juggling between three separate oils to get all the benefits because Cream Silk already did the hardest part. You’ll find the Tri-Oleo Complex in the all-new Cream Silk Ultimate Reborn conditioner, an updated formulation on Cream Silk’s iconic conditioner that has, time and again, delivered silky smooth hair for Filipinas with varied hair types and needs.
For a more customized approach, Cream Silk has five different variants of the new Cream Silk Ultimate Reborn conditioner. Each variant targets a specific hair type and need for optimum results.
Get the Standout Straight to address unruly and frizzy hair and achieve smoother and straighter hair.
For less hair fall, use the Hair Fall Defense to strengthen brittle hair from roots to tips.
For those whose hair constantly undergoes damage such as pollution and heat styling, use Damage Control.
If you notice dryness in your hair and scalp, get the Dry Rescue for instant hydration.
And for those who are finding it hard to take care and tame long hair, Cream Silk’s newest Long and Luscious variant will help you grow long, luscious, and healthy hair that’s nourished from the roots to the tips.
Taking care of our hair starts when we are mindful of the things and ingredients used in the treatments we put in our hair.
Cream Silk Ultimate Reborn Conditioner is now available nationwide in leading supermarkets, groceries, drugstores, department stores, and online stores. Click here to shop now!