Bergamot Benefits for Hair: Your Secret to Radiant Locks

Healthy Hair & Scalp Secrets

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Thai people have used herbal ingredients in everyday life for a long time. The main reason for this is that certain herbs have been found to be skin-nourishing, moisturizing, and anti-aging. When it comes to the hair and scalp, Thai herbs work their magic to nourish and help produce silky, strong hair. Bergamot especially provides excellent hair and scalp nourishment.

Unlock the Secrets of Bergamot

Bergamot’s fruit, leaves, and peel contain bioactive compounds such as vitamin C, beta-carotene, citronellal, beta-pinene, and limonene. This is why you often find beauty products containing bergamot or kaffir lime extract as a main ingredient, especially herbal hair loss and scalp shampoos.

The Properties of Bergamot

As mentioned, bergamot has bioactive compounds, but there are two in particular that benefit the hair and scalp:

  • Beta-carotene is an antioxidant that protects hair from pollution, sunlight, and heat to slow the deterioration of hair cells and activate new cells for smooth and silky hair.
  • Citric acid balances scalp health by reducing oil and restraining bacteria growth, which causes dandruff and scalp irritation.

Bergamot Benefits for Scalp and Hair

  • Nourishes smooth and silky hair

Bergamot has high vitamin C and citric acid content that nourishes and protects hair, covering hair cuticles and restoring hair damaged by pollution, chemicals, and stress to produce smooth and silky hair.

  • Prevents hair fall

The bioactive compound in bergamot activates blood circulation for scalp and hair root strength, builds thicker and healthier hair, reduces hair fall, and encourages hair growth.

  • Reduces inflammation and itching

Bergamot reduces inflammation to relieve scalp itching and irritation. Moreover, it reduces the accumulation of bacteria and doesn’t aggravate allergies thanks to the gentleness of the natural substances.

  • Reduces dandruff

Citric acid is a bioactive compound in bergamot that removes dirt gently from hair, such as oil and pollution. Moreover, it also reduces clogs that cause inflamed pores and dry scalps that cause dandruff.

  • Produces soft and smooth hair

Bergamot contains beta-carotene that nourishes and protects the hair from pollution and restores its smoothness and silkiness.

Why Should We Use Hair Products Containing Bergamot Extract?

Selecting bergamot oil extract shampoo is good for your hair; however, it’s important to ensure the product is free from other chemicals that can cause irritation and other hair issues.

Also, look out for cold-pressed kaffir lime oil in your shampoo, as this essence absorbs quickly and deeply into hair and scalp. Kaff & Co. Kaffir Lime Essential Oil Shampoo is the perfect choice to reduce scalp issues, dandruff, and hair damage.

Research Proves Bergamot Shampoo Helps the Hair & Scalp!

Kaff & Co. Kaffir Lime Essential Oil Shampoo

Research has found that oil from kaffir lime peel contains flavonoids, terpenoids, and phenolic compounds that have anti-dandruff properties and stop fungus from growing in the same way ketoconazole does.

Moreover, coumarin found in kaffir lime can reduce inflammation, itching, irritation, and inflammation. Bergamottin is also found in kaffir lime, which is sensitive to light and activates the melanin color, which helps produce new black hair when you use our Kaffir Lime Essential Oil Shampoo regularly.

Research Result After 4 Weeks

  • Moisturises the scalp
  • Reduces itching, dandruff, and inflammation
  • Prevents hair loss
  • Restores hair’s natural abundance
  • Reduces hair damage efficiency

Our natural Kaff & Co. herbal shampoo is perfect as part of a healthy hair treatment routine. Our Kaffir Lime Essential Oil Shampoo revives and balances the scalp to reduce the fungus that causes dandruff and oily hair. Contact us on 095-973-5015, via LINE @kaffandco, or purchase our products and enjoy special offers via our website.

*The test results references were provided by 52 volunteers by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences – Burapha University **The obtained results depend on each individual

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