Key Ingredients behind our Hydrating Frizz Control Cream

Step 3: Hydrating Frizz Control Cream

A luxurious styling cream helps to shape and define waves and curls without weighing down your hair. Helps to control frizz, strengthens, and softens the hair. By using a wonderful combination of proteins and fatty acids, rich in vitamins found in shea butter, marula oil, and cranberry oil. It has a medium to light consistency with a white creamy color.

Hyaluronic Acid

Topical hyaluronic acid can help lock in water into the hair shaft, which provides hydration and moisture for hair that's thin, flat, or even damaged. ... You can think of hyaluronic acid as a fertilizer; it will help promote hair growth and thickening of hair strands, which will increase your hair's volume.

When applied topically to damp hair, hyaluronic acid acts like a sponge. It soaks up outside moisture and holds it in, making hair strands more hydrated, elastic, and overall healthier. It’s an especially good ingredient for hair that’s extremely dry and damaged.

Shea butter:

It is known for being filled with Vitamins A and E along with essential fatty acids, shea butter has both emollient and healing properties for the skin. Some of these ingredients, such as the high content of fatty acids in shea butter, are also thought to help add moisture to your hair.

Shea butter has many potential benefits for hair and skin including moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging effects. This might reduce dryness and prevent split ends. Fatty acids also help increase shine and reduce the frizz of your hair. It may also help protect hair from heat damage caused by flat irons and blow-drying.

Mango butter:

Mango butter is rich in vitamins A and E, it has a deep moisturizing and regenerative effect on both strands and scalp. It fortifies strands from the inside out, softens dry hair, reduces breakage, and smooths split ends.

It has high levels of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids that help to seal and protect hair strands, and are great antioxidants that helps to protect as a shield from environmental stressors like sun and heat damage.

Jojoba oil: 

Jojoba is known for being rich in vitamins and minerals that nourish our hair, including vitamin C, B, and E, copper, and zinc.

It can also be added to hair conditioners to give you added protection against dryness, breakage, and split ends. Jojoba oil may indeed prevent hair breakage and strengthen your locks. 

Marula Oil

Marula oil’s lightweight texture and fast absorption leaves a satin finish on your strands, without making it look greasy or weighing down your style. "Marula oil is rich in vitamin C and E, protective antioxidants that nourish and add moisturize to the hair follicles”. This helps repair damaged hair and prevents split ends. It can also help promote a healthy scalp.

Cranberry Oil

Cranberries contain a very high amount of vitamin A and C. Both of these vitamins promote healthy hair. Cranberry shampoo or juice for your hair can repair the hair follicles. Healthy hair follicles help in promoting the growth of healthy hair.

Cranberry Seed Oil is a natural dandruff solution, helping to prevent dandruff and flakes. Our oil contains tannins, which is a main ingredient in the treatment of common scalp problems.  It keeps your scalp and hair strands hydrated. 

Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is known for it’s Soothing ingredients for the scalp, repairs the hair shaft, and protects strands from UV and environmental pollutants. These monounsaturated fats also make avocado oil a great solution for individuals with dry or sensitive skin.

Avocado oil is extremely rich in oleic acid and monounsaturated fats, making it one of the few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft and moisturize your hair, rather than sitting on top and coating your hair. These fats also strengthen the hair shaft and help prevent breakage.

Lavender Essential oil

Essential oils are extracted from plants through methods like distillation or evaporation. While essential oils are most famous for their aromatic capabilities, they also contain strong chemical properties that can be beneficial for scalp health.

It also has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties, which can improve scalp health. Lavender oil can speed up hair growth and reduce stress.

Rosemary Essential oil 

If you want to improve both hair thickness and hair growth, rosemary oil is a great choice thanks to its ability to improve cellular generation.

According to one study, rosemary oil performed as well as minoxidil, a common hair growth treatment, but with less scalp itching as a side effect.

Tea tree Essential oil 

Tea tree oil has powerful cleansing, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties. When used topically, it can help unplug hair follicles and increase hair growth.

A 2013 study even found that a mixture containing tea tree oil and minoxidil was more effective than just the minoxidil alone in improving hair growth, though more studies are needed on using tea tree oil only.

Vitamins A or Retinyl Palmitate

Retinyl Palmitate is produced from Retinol and is sometimes referred to as vitamin A palmitate. Retinol and Retinyl Palmitate are produced by commercial methods but can be found in animal fats, in fish liver oil, and in plants that contain beta-carotene, a vitamin A precursor. In addition to their use in cosmetics and personal care products, Retinol and Retinyl Palmitate can be found in foods and in vitamin supplements.

Retinol and Retinyl Palmitate enhance the appearance of dry or damaged skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness. These ingredients also enhance the appearance and feel of hair, by increasing hair body, suppleness, or sheen, or by improving the texture of hair that has been damaged physically or by chemical treatment.

Vitamins B or Panthenol

Panthenol is a chemical substance made from pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B-5. It occurs organically and can also be produced from both plant and animal sources. It’s used as an additive in various cosmetic products around the globe. Panthenol is suitable for those who have fine hair. If you have thinning hair, which can indicate hair loss, panthenol is not recommended.

Hair care products include panthenol because of its ability to improve your hair’s Shine, Softness, Strength. It can also help protect your hair from styling or environmental damage by locking in moisture.

Vitamins D or Cholecalciferol

Research also shows that vitamin D may help create new follicles — the tiny pores in the scalp where new hair can grow. Vitamin D is thought to play a role in hair production, but most research focuses on vitamin D receptors.

Vitamins E or dl-alpha tocopherol 

Vitamin E helps prevent oxidative stress and boost hair growth. Good dietary sources include sunflower seeds, almonds, spinach and avocados. Similar to vitamin C, vitamin E is an antioxidant that can prevent oxidative stress. In one study, people with hair loss experienced a 34.5% increase in hair growth after supplementing with vitamin E for 8 months.


Apply to damp or wet hair. Section hair and use fingers or bush to distribute, style, and shape your curls as desired. Add more products as needed. For defined curls, use them in conjunction with the gel and allow your hair to air dry or diffuse.


Natural ingredients may vary in color and consistency. For external use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue the use.


Wavy Hair • Curly Hair • Coily Hair • Straight Hair • Medium to Low-density Hair 


Dry thirsty and Brittle hair, itchy scalp, Fine to thick hair.


98% organic ingredients • 2% of naturally derived ingredients.

Non-toxic • Cruelty-Free • Vegan •  No Sulfates • No Silicone • No Parabens • No Phthalates • No Vaseline • No Mineral oils • BPA Free recyclable plastic • Ethical Sourcing • Curly Girl Friendly