0,03% (300ppm) Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)
The problem with normal Hydrogen Peroxide is that at even very mild concentrations it helps, but also damages as it is a free radical, this is where the Bound Oxygen Range of products are different –
Rosemary Essential Oil (50ppm)
Rosemary is one of the most commonly used oils for accelerating hair growth. Rosemary increases cellular metabolism that stimulates hair growth and thickens the hair. Full of antioxidants, Rosemary essential oil help prevent hair loss and contribute to faster hair growth. It is a strong antimicrobial remedy with anti-fungal, antibacterial and antiseptic properties that help prevent and treat dandruff, flaky scalp and other infections on the scalp that lead to hair fall. Rosemary essential oil balances sebum secretion on the excessively oily scalp as well as cleaning up the skin, promoting a healthy scalp that fosters the formation of new hairs.
Rosemary has been used by many to promote hair growth successfully. Using rosemary essential oil could very well do the same for you.
Science and personal experience together both strongly suggest the essential oil does protect against hair loss, particularly that related to male or female pattern baldness. It may even be effective for alopecia.
Full article here: https://www.healthline.com/health/rosemary-oil-for-hair#bottom-line
- have anti-inflammatory properties
- promote nerve growth
- improve circulation
Rosemary essential oil strengthens circulation. As a result, it could prevent hair follicles from being starved of blood supply, dying off, and leading to hair loss.
Beyond stimulating hair growth, rosemary essential oil is used to prevent premature graying and dandruff. It may also help dry or itchy scalp.
Clary Sage essential oil (50ppm)
Clary Sage essential oil has some similar properties as Rosemary and due its ability to increase cellular metabolism and balance scalp oils. Clary Sage provides hormone balancing, relaxing qualities. It works well for promoting hair growth, eliminating dandruff and limiting oil buildup, that clogs hair follicles, by reducing sebum production. It is medically beneficial due to its richness in nutrients such as vitamins B, A and C and the minerals Potassium and Calcium.
Since it’s naturally antimicrobial, it can reduce bacteria and other microbes that live on your scalp that can clog pores and cause an itchy scalp. Therefore, clary sage can promote hair growth as a natural remedy for thinning hair.
Clary sage oil contains the same linalyl acetate that helps increasing hair growth. It can improve hair strength, in addition to increasing hair growth, making hair more difficult to break.
Clary sage essential oil is also often used in skin care for most skin types. It feels cooling on the skin, and it can naturally reduce inflammation and balance oil production to prevent acne. It’s high in antioxidants which help to reduce free radicals. Likewise, it also tightens and tones the skin, making it great choice for many skin care recipes.
Thyme essential oil (50ppm)
Its antibacterial, antifungal, and antioxidant-rich nature can help improve your scalp and follicles’ health.
Thyme can help promote hair growth by both stimulating the scalp and actively preventing hair loss. Thyme oil was also found to be helpful in treating alopecia.
Dandruff can be connected to dry skin, but whether it results from that or other factors, treating it is an essential component of proper hair care.
One of the most uniquely troublesome of these is scalp acne. Often caused by clogged pores or similar conditions resulting from poor scalp health or hygiene. This is just what it sounds like, a mass acne-causing your scalp to become pimpled with problem spots, which could cause hair loss.
Dry scalp is by far one of the biggest and most general causes of scalp and hair problems. The same goes for inflammation. When your scalp is dry or inflamed, it can lead to folliculitis, which results in damaged hair follicles and potential hair loss. Another consequence of dry scalp can be dandruff.
On top of everything else, thyme is quite nutrient-rich. Given that it can help mitigate so many factors that can cause you hair care trouble, thyme is also an essential oil candidate for stimulating hair growth.
Calendula Essential Oil (100ppm)
Calendula is beneficial for any wound healing you may need including insect bites, bruises, blisters, cuts, and cold sores. Topical application of Calendula is used to keep wounds clean and help new tissue to grow. It is often used to help poorly healing wounds, those that are exhibiting signs of tenderness, redness, or inflammation, to correct course. It may be applied to wounds to reduce swelling and their antimicrobial components, specifically their antifungal agents, can prevent secondary infection, leading to a quicker healing process.
One of the prominent Calendula benefits is its ability to reduce scarring when used to treat wounds. The Calendula properties that benefit wound healing apply to the scarring process as well. Calendula increases blood flow to the injury, promotes a speedy and healthy healing process, free of infection, and encourages growth of healthy new tissue. In the cases of skin ulcers like chicken pox and acne, the herb softens and soothes the skin, preventing inflammation, boosting the immune response, which allows wounds to heal quickly and cleanly.
Dandelion Root Extract (50ppm)
One test-tube study showed that dandelion root extract increased the generation of new skin cells, which could slow the aging process.
Additional research indicates that dandelion extract may reduce skin inflammation and irritation while also increasing hydration and collagen production. This may be useful in preventing and treating certain types of acne
Help Fight Inflammation
Dandelion may be effective in reducing inflammation caused by disease due to the presence of various bioactive compounds like polyphenols within the plant.
Inflammation is one of your body’s natural responses to injury or illness. Over time, excessive inflammation can lead to permanent damage to your body’s tissues and DNA.
Boost Your Immune System
Some research indicates that dandelion may have antimicrobial and antiviral properties, which could support your body’s ability to fight infection.
Several test-tube studies found that dandelion extract significantly reduced the ability of viruses to replicate.
Prunella Vulgaris – Self Heal (50ppm)
Prunella has been found in studies to have biofilm disrupting action, which certainly accounts for some of its amazing wound healing renown. Self Heal can draw out infection, such as in an abcess, and is very beneficial in stimulating the healing of wounds, burns, and ulcers (including internally). Self Heal also has styptic actions, staunching the flow of blood. This means that from washing the wound to preventing infection to growing healthy new skin cells, Prunella is super helpful! And it’s not just on your skin, but your GI tract too: remember, the cells of your GI tract are the same type of cells that your skin is made of. When you have a plant that can help heal wounds and grow healthy skin tissue, that’s also going to apply to your guts. So whether it’s ulcerative colitis, IBS, Crohn’s, or just the aftermath of using NSAIDs, Self Heal will help get your guts back in order!
The active constituents include betulinic acid, rosmarinic acid, myristic acid, and tannins. The plant also contains vitamins A, C and K and thiamine.
Traditional use of Self Heal included as an expectorant, to assist female reproductive disorders, as a skin treatment and astringent, an antiseptic and to treat colic, stomach upsets and gastroenteritis.
There have been studies indicating some potential as antibacterial agents and for treating other conditions. The tannins may assist in reduction of skin swelling and inflammation and have an astringent effect on the skin.
There have been a whole pile of studies showing that Self Heal has antiviral properties, especially against the herpes simplex virus, HPV and even HIV. Much like Elderberry, research shows that Prunella inhibits the binding ability of a virus, so that the virus can’t replicate, and stimulate the lymphatic system this is going to be useful in fighting ANY kind of pathogenic infection!
As its common name suggests, selfheal has a long tradition of being used in herbal medicine for everything from stopping bleeding and healing wounds, to treating heart disease and sore throats.
Self-heal contains vitamins C and K, and thiamine. It also contains chemicals called tannins that might help reduce skin swelling (inflammation) and have a drying (astringent) effect on the tissues.
To kill germs (as an antiseptic), loosen phlegm (as an expectorant), and tighten and dry skin (as an astringent). Self-heal is applied directly to the skin for vaginal discharges and other disorders of women’s reproductive systems, as well as for wounds and bruises.