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Good luck plants

- 12/30/2020

There are thousands of stories in the past that tell us about the ability of plants to improve our health, which has forged an image of protectors and caretakers for many peoples. Myrrh, Salvia, Orange Blossom, Rosemary, Aloe... Keep reading and discover why many of them have been a talisman for thousands of years.

Aloe Vera: Nefertiti's secret that you can now use

The Aloe Vera plant is native to Africa. In Egypt they believed that it was a plant whose blood provided beauty, health and immortality. Both Cleopatra and Nefertiti used it for their daily beauty care.

Knowing its history, we had to offer it to you in the purest way. That's why we created the Aloe Gel with Lavender. With 99.9% pure Aloe, it is extracted from the pulp of the aloe leaf, a difficult process that allows us to create a natural fixative gel. In addition to providing flexibility, it creates a layer that protects from harmful external factors and hydrates the hair. At the end of the year, use it to fix your hairstyles or up-dos, because in addition to looking impeccable, you will feel as empowered as Cleopatra.

Orange blossom: the game starts again

Orange blossom means flower and, at the same time, luck in Arabic. In ancient times it was customary to put in the bride's bouquet to attract good luck. This is the aroma given off by one of Henna Morena's jewels: the Silicon and Jojoba Moisturizing Serum. Although it is ideal for all types of hair, we particularly like this serum for long hair because it is a concentrated moisturizer that immediately restores elasticity and shine, as well as protecting hair from external aggressions. As you apply it, keep this mantra in mind: start a year full of good luck and new opportunities.

La Mirra: give yourself calm

Myrrh is a resin used as a sacred offering and mythologically related to the Gods and the Bible.

It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory components and connects directly with an area of our brain that makes you feel balanced and calm.

Top recommendation: On the last day of the year, finish it off with Almond Oil with Myrrh. Leave it on the hair for two hours and then wash it normally .

Rosemary and Sage: protection

The name of Salvia comes from the Latin salvus, and as we can guess, it indicates that it is the herb of health. Rosemary, Rosmarinus, means "sea spray" due to its settlement near coastal areas. It has been used as a cleansing and protective plant for more than twenty centuries.

Do you want to spend time on January 1st and wrap yourself in protection? After the shower, give your hair a final rinse with the Rosemary and Sage hair infusion. This formula used ancestrally by Mediterranean women will bring extra shine and strength to your hair.

Laurel: the plant of honor

She is the protagonist of countless rituals and is surrounded by a halo of magic. In ancient Greece and Rome it was used as a symbol of honor. Laurel has multiple properties for health and for our hair. It contains vitamin C and iron, qualities that make it an ideal plant for fragile hair and to combat hair loss.

Discover our hair infusion of Laurel, Thyme and Nettle, a combination of plants that you can use both for poultices and to rinse your hair and strengthen it at the same time.

Lavender: attracts good luck

Lavender improves the emotional state, relaxes, is antiseptic, antibacterial, among other benefits it has for our health. It also soothes the scalp and provides volume. According to Feng Shui it is a plant that attracts good luck. Apply a hair mask of Almond oil with Lavender and rub a few drops on the wrists and discover all its properties.

And make this new year arrive with more time for you

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