Meet Equi Botanics

Posted December 6, 2017 in Beauty, Black hair, brown beauty, Good Afro Salon Awards, Hair Health, Hairstyles, Stylist - Leave a comment

One of our amazing sponsors for the NoScrunchie Good Afro Hair and Salon Awards was Equi Botanics. It’s not been a week yet but we have heard so many great things from the people who got our bags that we just had to speak to them.

 Please give us a brief introduction to your Equi Botanics.
Equi Botanics inspires afro hair freedom because we believe in afro hair beauty and it excites us.
We were founded out of frustration of not understanding my hair and my daughters’.
We share our expertise with women to build their own afro communities
We create live experiences and high performing hair products for afro hair love
We believe in Balance, Purity and Education
Balance: We combine nature and plant science to respond to seasonal changes and all hair types to bring expertly balanced hair solutions
Purity: Only pure and high-performing plant actives make the cut for every one of our products
Education: Equipping each and every one of our hair-ambassadors with resources to build their own business while loving what they do
happy hair happy african family
Tell us about any product you had in the bag. It’s use, composition, tips on how to use it. 
Product: Our signature leave-in sample, the Marula leave-in conditioner is composed as follows in high concentration ->
  • Marula Oil – contains tocotrienols which have been proven to stimulate growth, repairs damaged follicles and scalp issues, deeply nourishes for greater manageability, instantly conditions for softer hair
  • Aloe Vera – superb detangler which soothes, moisturises hair while restoring the PH balance of hair, it is naturally anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory reducing scalp redness and itching
  • Argan Oil – eliminates dry scalp, tames flyaways and repairs split ends, also a great heat and intense weather protectant plus promotes hair growth
  • Jojoba Oil – helps hair cells reproduce at a rapid rate, penetrates the hair shaft easily and proven to enhance hair elasticity, providing strength and helps reduce breakage
  • Daikon Radish Oil – provides a delicate slip with good absorption and makes hair sleek, shiny and non-frizzy
  • Broccoli Seed Oil – contains a unique fatty acid profile similar to silicones without the nasty side-effects, smoothing down hair cuticles, it inhibits DHT, the hair loss hormone, preventing hair loss 
  • Baobab Seed Extract – anti-aging light protein, know for its superior hair damage recovery, intense protection from UV-stress and heat, reinforces hair strands for improved health
  • Nettle active – contains magnesium which inhibits the hair loss hormone, is a rich source of iron and omega-3 acid and soothes inflamed scalp
  • Horsetail actives – contains the most silica in the botanical world which strengthens and nourishes hair and is a remedy for dandruff
  • Slippery Elm active – contains amino-acids, calcium and is a superb detangler, allowing hair strands to glide easily over each other

Marula red box, wood comb, sample

Tips: Very effective on damp hair after towelling freshly washed hair or lightly spritzed hair.
You can separate hair into small sections – the smaller the better for even coverage.
Apply from ends to root, massaging in gently. Remove shed hairs.
It is best used as a setting cream for bomb twist-outs, under a weave (your hair remains super soft even after 2 weeks!) or to touch up fly-aways in a bun!
Any other products in your line that they might be interested in.
Our line of Baobab moisturising sulfate free shampoo and our Babbasu Deep Treatment Masque with Tucuma and Murumuru butter  will both be available next year.
Where can your brand be purchased?
happy hair family photo


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