Gives shine and condition
Facts about flax: they are rich in protein and minerals, vitamins and oils, making them the best ally for skin and hair. You will find them in skin care products for their protective and soothing properties and in hair care for the lustre and shine they bring.
The flax (Linum usitatissimum) is also known as linseed; a herb with a tall, leafy stem and pale blue flowers. Its tear-shaped, brown or yellowish seeds produce linseed oil when dried and pressed. It is cultivated in most temperate zones for both fibre and seed
Propylene glycol is a veg-based humectant, which means it carries the water-based ingredients into the skin. It also absorbs moisture in formulas, reducing bacteria growth, helping products to last longer. In hair care products, it softens the hair and allows it to be combed through easily. This makes propylene glycol an excellent material to produce extracts and carry plants properties to the skin.
The golden seeds are blended in propylene in propylene glycol, producing a gel-like texture that is highly protective and conditioning for hair and skin.