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Hairline SOS!

Our hairlines are such a sensitive topic (literally) so it is important that we address this issue especially now that not a lot of people have access to salons or hairdressers due to some restrictions still being in place or simply because we have preferences like doing braids or wearing wigs which can both be a saviour for our hair but if not done properly can cause damage to our hair, the hairline specifically. It is crucial to note that when referring to hairline we do not mean the front edges only, we are referring to the edges of your hair all around your head. The hairline is a very complex thing to deal with but luckily with the right tools, that journey will be much simpler.

The Orobaa formula

As part of our exciting new brand families, we have developed a HAIRLINE BUTTER that can be used to help keep the journey smooth by helping with receding hairlines as well as any damage that may have been caused on your hairline. Our hairline butter is shea based which works in perfect harmony with some of the great legends like castor oil, argan oil and the very provocative hempseed oil to name a few.

Argan Oil

Argan Oil is derived from the kernels of the argan tree which is native to Morocco. Argan oil is often referred to as “liquid gold” because it is without a doubt one of the greatest gifts given to us by mother nature solely because of the vast range of uses that the oil carries. Argan oil can be used for cooking, it can also be used to help strengthen nails and most importantly it can help nourish your skin and hair. Because Argan oil is praised for being such a wonder there will obviously be some blends or filtered derivatives that are being sold as the pure thing – this is why Orobaa only works with reliable suppliers to ensure all our raw materials are authentic and high quality as this results in the best effective products. Argan oil is rich in nutrients and vitamins A, C, and E. It also contains antioxidants and omega-6 fatty acids making it a great ingredient for conditioning and moisturising your hair, it has been used for centuries as a home remedy for hair loss and it is also widely used to protect the hair from things like heat damage. The omega fatty acids in argan oil help to strengthen tissues in skin and therefore can aid in wrinkle prevention, the antioxidants found in this oil are also said to help repair the skin tissue which may accelerate the process of wound healing.

Castor oil

Castor oil is another oil wonder that we need to look at. It is a pale yellow liquid that is extracted from castor beans, I know you’re most probably thinking why I would mention something that is most commonly used as a laxative but believe it or not, castor oil also carries various benefits for your hair and skin. It is packed with some good elements that will benefit your body in different ways. I know a lot of people’s early memories related to castor oil are most probably negative as we all know that our parents(grandparents in a lot of cases) used to use castor oil as a form of punishment, if ever one was out of line then our beloved caregivers would threaten us with castor oil and everyone knew that a couple of spoons of that thing will most definitely acquaint you with the toilet the whole night so everyone knew to act right after the castor oil threat was put in play but alas as we grow older and learn more we realise that it’s not all bad and we should in fact look at the good aspects of it because these may be key to some of the problems we may be experiencing. Castor oil has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties which make it a perfect ingredient to tackle skin problems like acne and blackheads to mention a few, while its texture can boost skin softness giving it a smooth look and feel. The antimicrobial properties also help the protect the skin from many bacterial infections. With regards to hair it has been proven that castor oil can help with the reduction of hair fall which makes it a perfect ingredient for our hairline butter, it also contains properties that fight any scalp related problems which may be hindering hair growth. The oil has anti-aging properties that also combat pre-mature greying of hair. So, all in all it is safe to say that even though there are cons about this oil there are also pros that can be instrumental in our everyday beauty regime.

Hempseed oil

Hempseed oil may sound like a controversial ingredient, but it is important to note that hempseed oil is very different from CBD oil meaning these affect your body and health in different ways. CBD oil is made from the leaves, flowers and stalks of the hemp plant which is the only parts of the plant where cannabidiol is found while Hemp oil, or hemp seed oil, is harvested by cold-pressing hemp seeds, meaning there is minute to no THC content. Hemp plants are cannabis plants that contain less than 0.3 percent THC, while marijuana plants are cannabis plants that contain higher concentrations of THC. THC is the main psychoactive compound in marijuana that gives the “high” sensation so rest assured! The Hempseed oil will not make you high. Hempseeds have various health benefits as it is rich in essential fatty acids, omega-3, omeg-6 to name a few. Omega-3 and Omega-6 have shown to help with nourishing the skin while doubling as an element that can calm inflammation as well as soothe skin irritation including skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. Furthermore, this oil also contains one of our favourite properties, anti-aging, so in addition to it moisturising your skin it can also play a great part in the anti-aging process of your skin. It is clear that because of it healing properties, this ingredient is a good addition to the hairline butter.

Hairline butter 

Our hairline butter is packed with components that are guaranteed to help with your hair blues, if done religiously and correctly then that leaves very little room for it to fail. This product will stimulate hair growth while making sure your scalp is well-conditioned leaving it feeling healthy and giving your hair that extra healthy shine. It is also important to mention that a receding hairline or the loss of hair on that area may sometimes be due to a medical condition like alopecia or it may even be heredity or as a result of hormonal changes and ageing. Regardless of the natural causes, in order to make sure that we avoid this it is imperative that we take care of our hair to the best of our ability and we can do that by making sure our scalps are always moisturised, avoiding wigs that may pull your hairline, avoiding tight braids that will strain your hair and reducing direct heat on your hair and scalp. Wigs and braids are meant to be protective hairstyles, they save us when we need to give our hair a break so it is vital that we make sure they are done well, in order to reap the best results.

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