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BAYRUM & BERGAMOT WONDERFUL HAIRFOOD FOR FEEDING YOUR LOCKS & TO CONTROL THE FRIZZ!

Bayrum & Bergamot Hairfood is our new addition to the family. This rich protein feed is designed to control frizz, while making hair stronger and shinier. The traditional remedy has been passed down through generations for its efficacy is strengthening hair growth.

Used for Frizzy hair that needs smoothing and taming. Hair that is dull, listless, and thin. It stimulates hair growth and strengthens thin hair.


How to use our Bayrum & Bergamot Wonderful Hairfood?

How to use our Bayrum & Bergamot Wonderful Hairfood?

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😁 Apply to towelled dry hair once a week & to control frizz when needed.



Our Ingredients, Our Promise...


🌴- BAY RUM Essential Oil is steam distilled from the leaves of the Bay Rum tree.

Bay Rum is known for its ability to stimulate the scalp and promote hair growth. Bay rum contains bay oil, which is known as one of the most efficient natural ingredients to eliminate hair loss, slow or no hair growth issues. It is also an effective for dandruff and in some instances add extra shine to your hair.


🍀BERGAMOT ESSENTIAL OIL - Bergamot essential oil helps facilitate wound healing and reduce inflammation. This may help promote hair growth and a healthy scalp. Bergamot displays antimicrobial activity when applied to the scalp.


COCONUT OIL - helps to nourish hair and scalp. Seals hair to prevent split ends and breakage.


SHEA BUTTER -is also very moisturizing for the hair and scalp. People with curly and coarse hair textures benefit from using shea butter as a sealant to keep moisture in their hair and increase softness.


PLACENTA OIL - hair restructurer and sealant to condition and strengthen hair. It seals split ends, helps stimulate hair growth and thickens hair and gives immediate body.



The Perfect Trio!! Bayrum Miracle Hair oil + Bayrum Miracle Hair Shampoo + Wonderful Hairfood


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