Alchemy 27 by Kimberly Elise uses baobab oil to revitalize & restore the beauty of your hair. Have you heard of it?
I learned about it when I was living in South Africa, where it was called “the tree of life” by the natives. An oddly shaped tree with uses ranging from water storage to cloth production to immune system-boosting leaves, it’s easy to see how the baobab tree can change your life.
Read on to learn about the amazing benefits of the fruit and oil of the baobab tree that you’ll find in Alchemy 27.
By: Emma Stessman
How Is Baobab Oil Made?
Baobab oil is made from cold pressing the seeds of the fruit that grows on the tree. The oil is safe to use both directly on the hair and skin and absorbs into both easily, without leaving behind a greasy residue.
How Baobab Oil Is Protective For Your Skin
When applied to the skin, baobab oil has intense rejuvenative and protective properties. Its vitamin C content, which is about 6 times higher than an orange, helps your skin maintain its elasticity. Also boasting high levels of vitamins A and B, it naturally hydrates and tightens skin. And let’s not forget about its protective properties. Rich in antioxidants, it shields your skin from possible free-radical damage.
How Baobab Oil Is Amazing For Your Hair
Due to its high levels of fatty acids and antioxidants, baobab is great for natural hair: it adds natural shine, bounce, and elasticity. It acts as a non-greasy way to soften and detangle strands, and has even been said to get rid of dandruff.
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It’s Also A Fruit? Yup.
The fruit, with a hard shell, citrusy flavor, and powdery inside boasts plenty of health benefits. The “superfruit” itself can often be hard to find in places other than its native home of Africa, but not to worry, it’s widely available in powder form, a perfect addition to your next smoothie bowl. Check out our favorite berry crunchy smoothie bowl.
Baobab Is Simply The Best For Immunity & Health
Baobab is said to have one of the highest antioxidant contents of all fruits. It’s antioxidants aid in the protection from diseases such as the common cold, and even reducing the risk of cancer. The fruit is also said to boost your iron-levels, improve alertness, and acts as a great post-workout energy boost.
Do you have any experience using baobab in your natural beauty routine? Let us know in the comments below!