What Natural Extracts Are Good to Clean and Hydrate Hair? 

It’s a fact. There are literally hundreds of different brands of shampoos out there that promise more or less the same thing: To wash your hair, leaving it squeaky clean in one easy step. Which is not a bad thing, come to think of it. 

But we’re better. Enter Menz Club specialty shampoo and conditioner that does this and includes a feel-good look-great cocktail of natural extracts that work together to energize scalp and hair while also gently cleansing them. Let’s take a closer look at the best ingredients for your hair. 

Tea Tree Oil for Dandruff

Dandruff is usually caused by the accumulation of scaly, dry skin on your scalp. This buildup will ultimately fall off in flakes, and look totally gross on your darker clothes. Even worse, dead skin that stays on your scalp could actually hinder new hair growth. And nobody wants that. 

A shampoo formulated with tea tree oil will provide both antifungal and antibacterial properties, thereby eliminating that dead skin on your scalp, while keeping it fresh and clean.


Curcuma Gets your Blood Flowing

Turmeric (also called capilia longa) has a long history as an important ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine. It’s thought that turmeric may improve blood circulation by helping in the development of blood vessels. 

A multi-purpose ingredient, it also boasts antimicrobial and antioxidant qualities against the damage caused by free radicals, those pesky by-products of environmental pollution and sun exposure. 

Argan Oil to Hydrate 

A staple for hair and skin for centuries in Africa — hey, it’s known as “liquid gold” for a good reason — argan oil is super high in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and vitamin E. So it does an awesome job at hydrating and softening hair, restoring its elasticity and shine. It can even soothe a dry, itchy scalp. Basically, it’s a star ingredient when it comes to deeply moisturizing, and anybody can use it to prevent everyday damage. 

Menthol to Stimulate Skin 

Menthol creates a cooling effect by penetrating the skin and stimulating the skin's nerve endings. It’s believed that this specific attribute makes menthol especially beneficial in hair care because increased blood flow in the scalp could help nourish hair follicles and improve the health of future hair growth. Also, because of its antiseptic qualities menthol also helps achieve a healthy scalp, which means fewer skin irritations and less itching or flaking.

So there you have it, four natural ingredients that are amazing for your hair. The best part:  We’ve got them all for you.