Ingredients

All of the ingredients used in the Morgan’s hair and skin care selection have been tested and verified as being suitable for use in our exclusive range of products. We source only the finest natural organic herb and plant extracts and believe that many of the ingredients listed below have proven positive, beneficial and health giving properties. We are confident that only the very best nature can provide goes into our hair and skin collection.

Please feel free to call us if you wish to discuss our ingredients for your requirements before purchasing.

Almond Oil……

Almond Oil has one of the lightest textures of all natural oils and is ideal for the use on skin and hair. Almond Oil is rich in Vitamin E, fatty acids, proteins, potassium and zinc that are all significant to hair and skin daily regimes. Almond Oil is great for cleansing and soothing for flawless skin, as well as controlling hair loss and leaving hair feeling shiny and nourished.

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Aloe Vera……

is one of the only known natural vegetarian sources of Vitamin B12 and contains many minerals vital to the growth and healthy function of all the body’s systems. It is known as a general tonic for the immune system, helping it to fight illness of all kinds. Aloe Vera contains protein, calcium, magnesium, zinc, vitamins A, B12 and E, essential fatty acids and is naturally rich in Vitamin C which helps maintain the tone of blood vessels and promotes good circulation. It is also high in Amino acids, the chains of atoms constructing protein in our body and Germanium, a mineral with benefits for sufferers of immunodeficiency, pain, cardiac disorders and circulatory problems.

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Argan Oil……

known to the Moroccan Berber community as the “Tree of Life”,  the Argan Tree produces an oil which has twice as much vitamin E as olive oil and is rich in anti-oxidants, carotenes, squalene and contains 80% unsaturated fatty acids.  Argan oil has been documented since the 13th century as a wonderful aromatherapy oil used to nourish and add life to hair, to strengthen nails and as a rich skin toning oil.

It is known to help reduce the effects of dryness, acne, psoriasis, eczema, wrinkles and is even said to have restorative and age-defying properties. As well as being effective in cooling and soothing inflammation, Argan Oil is reputed to help reduce wrinkles by restoring the skin’s hydro-lipid layer.

Argan Oil can be used as a natural beauty treatment as it is a dry oil that’s instantly absorbed and leaves a silky feel in the hair and skin.

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Arnica Oil……

is an intense and extremely deep penetrating oil, rich in vitamins A, D and E, lecithin, and potassium (known as the youth mineral). It is also high in sterolins (also called plant steroids), which are reputed to reduce age spots, help heal sun damage and minimise scars. Avocado oil helps soften and moisturise the skin and its wonderfully emollient properties make it ideal for more mature skins, helping to relieve the dryness and itching of psoriasis and eczema.

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Avocado Oil……

is an intense and extremely deep penetrating oil, rich in vitamins A, D and E, lecithin, and potassium (known as the youth mineral). It is also high in sterolins (also called plant steroids), which are reputed to reduce age spots, help heal sun damage and minimise scars. Avocado oil helps soften and moisturise the skin and its wonderfully emollient properties make it ideal for more mature skins, helping to relieve the dryness and itching of psoriasis and eczema.

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Balm Mint Extract……

from the leaves and flowers of the Balm Mint plant (Melissa Officinalis) this natural extract has an antibacterial and anti- inflammatory effect with calming, soothing effects on the skin. Balm Mint extract also contains a balsamic essential oil that produces antibacterial ozone.

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Beeswax……

one of nature’s finest ingredients from the Honey Bee, wonderfully emollient, soothing and softening, it helps hair and skin retain moisture and the feeling of well being.

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Camomile……

an ancient flowering plant with recognized anti-allergic, anti- Inflammatory and antiseptic properties. Used to treat windburn, eczema and rashes in the skin, the properties of camomile are also beneficial for indigestion, coughs, colds, muscular pains and gout. It also relieves stress and anxiety.

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Coltsfoot Extract……

a soothing natural organic extract used for moisturizing and conditioning the skin and for beneficial effects In shampoos and conditioners for the hair, is derived from the Tussilago farfara plant. It contains silica and cystine which are important amino acids encouraging healthy skin and hair.

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Cornflower Extract……

a soothing natural organic extract used for moisturizing and conditioning the skin and for beneficial effects In shampoos and conditioners for the hair, is derived from the Tussilago farfara plant. It contains silica and cystine which are important amino acids encouraging healthy skin and hair.

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Glycerine……

known as a natural booster to the body’s healing process, Glycerine is an excellent moisturizer and helps to keep the skin in healthy condition..

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Indian Peppermint Oil……

Indian Peppermint oil is extremely rich in essential fatty acids, nutrients and antioxidants that stimulate scalp health and hair growth. Peppermint Oil rejuvenates and protects hair follicles by acting as a shield from germs and bacteria.

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Jojoba Oil……

obtained from the bean of the Jojoba plant originating in North America, Jojoba Oil is a liquid wax which has had traditional uses in medicine and healing. It is hydrating and smoothing and is an excellent moisturizer for both hair and skin. It is quickly absorbed to leave your hair feeling silky smooth and healthy.

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Mandarin Oil……

Mandarin is known to be the sweetest and the most calming of all citrus essential oils. Mandarin Essential oil is commonly known for its healing properties such as, minimising stress and wrinkles, reducing oily skin and brightening the skin on your face.

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Keratin Amino acids……

Keratin is an extremely strong protein which is a major component in skin, hair, nails and teeth forming a moisture retaining outer layer which helps promote strength and vitalityhy.

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Olive Oil – extra virgin……

called “liquid gold” by the epic Greek poet, Homer, olive oil has been more than mere food to the peoples of the Mediterranean: it has been medicinal, magical, an endless source of fascination and wonder. Discovered over 5000 years ago, olive oil quickly became an essential component of hair and skin care. The Egyptians, Greeks, Phoenicians, and Romans all took full advantage of this prized oil and today we observe the beautiful hair and skin of Mediterranean women many of whom claim their secret is the oil of the tiny olive fruit.

Olive oil contains the monounsaturated fat, oleic acid which has antioxidants such as vitamin E and carotenoids and oleuropein, a chemical that prevents the oxidation of LDL particles. It is these properties that are thought to contribute to the health benefits of olive oil.

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Orchid Oil……

Used for its beneficial effects on the hair and skin, Orchid Oil reinforces keratin cells and nourishes the hair helping to increase its natural brilliance. The essential oil revitalizes and tones skin helping to prevent moisture loss and signs of ageing.

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Panthenol……

Panthenol is used in skincare products as a humectant because of its ability to attract and hold moisture. Sometimes called pro-vitamin B5, panthenol mixes readily with many different types of ingredients, making it a versatile ingredient to be used in formulas because it improves the look and feel of skin.

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Rose Essence Oil……

the English rose, no doubt the most beautiful flower in the world also possesses huge health giving benefits. It is considered to help prevent viral infections, it is known to strengthen hair roots and can encourage a shining, fresh and youthful skin. Its aroma keeps you charged and feeling happy and it promotes circulation, takes care of the heart, reduces blood pressure and helps cure headaches, asthma and dehydration.

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Rosa Centifolia……

For centuries, the essence of Rosa Centifolia has been used for a number of different disorders including headaches and nervous tension, digestive and menstrual problems, liver congestion, fever, poor circulation, skin complaints and eye infections. This rose oil inspires emotional calm and stability without sedative effects. The aroma is powerful and comforting and its physical actions are mildly astringent, balancing and it is non-toxic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing.

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Rosa Damascena……

For soft, supple, radiant and young-looking skin, Rose Damascena essential oil has a beautifully feminine aroma and is most effective for moisturizing and hydrating whilst having a general stimulating and antiseptic action. Good for all skin types, but especially so for dry, mature and irritated skin, it is used to repair broken capillaries, reduce inflammation as well as skin redness and is useful in the treatment of eczema and other related disorders.

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Rosa Alba……

Rosa Alba is one of the most antiseptic rose oils and is beneficial to any skin type, even a baby’s sensitive skin. It is especially healing if you are suffering from eczema, inflammation, sensitivity, broken capillaries, ulcers or a wound. It is also a beneficial tonic for the heart, increasing the circulation. It balances and strengthens the stomach during emotional upsets and other digestive concerns and has a cleansing and purging effect on toxins. It is useful for respiratory disorders, including coughs and sore throats, also sprains, gum disease, headaches, migraines, fevers and shingles.

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Rosemary Oil……

(Rosmarinus officinalis) used throughout history to treat a wide range of ailments, including stomach upsets, digestive disorders and headaches the extract of the Rosemary plant has been more recently recognized in helping to prevent cancer. The antioxidants contained in Rosemary Oil, monoterpenes, phenolic diterpenes and flavonoids, are renowned for their ability to slow down the production of free radicals, helping to protect the body’s cells from damage. It is also a rich source of vitamin E (alpha tocopherol), another potent antioxidant, which contributes to its free radical fighting powers further still. Two of the most important ingredients in Rosemary, which are thought to be largely responsible for many of these therapeutic actions, are caffeic acid and rosemarinic acid � both are potent antioxidant and anti- inflammatory agents. Used in cosmetics and toiletries, including skin toners, creams, soaps and hair products, Rosemary essential oil helps strengthen the capillaries, has a rejuvenating effect on the skin and helps to prevent age-related skin damage.

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Sage……

has a long history as a medicinal herb known to have been in use at the time of the Ancient Egyptians and still recognized today for its beneficial effects in the treatment of a wide range of illnesses

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Seaweed Extract……

long acknowledged as being beneficial to the skin, Organic Seaweed Extract can help to even out skin tone and reduce wrinkles giving a silky smooth complexion. The sea’s most nutrient-rich plant soothes, refreshes and regenerates the skin.

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Silk……

a naturally occurring product that has been recognized for centuries for its rich texture and lustre. Silk protein, in all its elements, is among the most luxurious of products to impart silkiness and a luxurious feel to cosmetics, hair care and soap products. It contains eighteen amino acids among which are glycine, alanine, serine and tyrosine which are of particular importance in hair and skin care applications. Widely used in the finest of shampoo and luxurious hair treatments, hydrolyzed silk protein is also used in soaps and body care products.

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Tea Tree Oil……

Tea Tree oil is distilled from the leaves of the Australian tea tree (Melaleuca Alternifonia). The distillation of its leaves produces a rich aroma, reminiscent of fresh-cut pine leaves. Tea tree oil is well known for its powerful antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties that make it an essential oil. Tea tree oil has proven to be very beneficial for the health of your skin and hair and has the ability to soothe dry, itchy and flaky scalps, and eliminate dandruff.

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Wheat Germ Oil……

the very life of the seed, the germ of wheat, is naturally rich in Vitamins A, D, and E, and also contains Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 F, Essential Fatty Acids, protein, and minerals. Its anti-oxidant and regenerative properties make Wheat Germ Oil an essential oil unmatched in its beneficial effects on the hair.

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Yarrow……

also known as achillea millefolium, has been acknowledged from the ancient Greeks to the modern day as a remedy for many ailments. Found natively across Europe, Asia and established in most other parts of the world, the yarrow herb has been used throughout history in herbal and folk remedies to heal a wide range of illnesses. The Chinese herbal tradition has used yarrow to treat energy channels in the body associated with particular organs such as the kidneys and liver

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