The healer: Argan oil
This traditional Moroccan ingredient tackles damage caused by heat styling, color-treating, and environmental factors. Armed with a slew of vitamins and nourishing antioxidants, it repairs the cuticle and helps hair grip onto precious moisture. The result: lush, shiny strands.
The softener: Monoi oil
Monoi (pronounced mah-NOY) is a Tahitian oil blend made from soaking the petals of Tahitian gardenias in coconut oil. The resulting brew not only smells divine—it’s infused with moisturizers that help keep dry or damaged hair soft and manageable.
The protectors: Black currant and goji berry
Black currant, a dark purple berry, and goji, a pint-sized red berry, both owe their dark coloring to a high concentration of anthocyanins—a type of antioxidant. In this formula, they work to fortify hair against future assaults that would conspire to dull it—think sun, pollution, or the chemicals you use to touch-up your roots.
The perfumer: Passion flower
Passion flower, the bloom of the passion fruit plant, gives this formula a lingering fruity-meets-floral scent. Its main purpose is to please your sniffer (mission accomplished).