Why Your Hair Deserves These 3 Natural Ingredients


Just like eating organic, choosing products free from synthetic parabens and skin-irritating sulphates is a responsible way to look after your body and the environment.

Keep reading to discover why your hair deserves the superfood powers of these three natural ingredients that are kind to the planet as well as your hair - so you can take care of both at the same time. 


Manuka is New Zealand’s superstar honey. Made by bees from the nectar of the native Manuka plant, this special honey nourishes and protects hair with ingredients as unique as you are.

Not only are the healing effects of honey kind to your hair, they’re beneficial to your skin as well. For a lux superfood face or hair mask, mix together honey, avocado, and a little coconut oil.

Apply to your skin, or hair, for up to twenty minutes, then rinse off with a warm face cloth to reveal goddess worthy skin and super smooth strands.


The health benefits of avocado extend way beyond the breakfast smash. Avocado oil is packed full of healthy fats that help transform dry, brittle hair into healthy, nourished locks.

By locking in moisture avocado oil helps not only strengthens your hair, it also nourishes your scalp. And because avocado oil is such a light oil, it does all this without weighing your hair down - bonus.


Like honey and avocado oil, coconut oil is a well-known moisturiser that add lustre and shine to hair.

The deep conditioning effects of coconut oil help to prevent hair breakage and split ends. Looking after the ends of your hair means stronger, longer hair.

Best of all, not only does coconut oil keep hair bright and healthy, it smells absolutely divine too.

You and your hair deserve products that lock in the goodness and leave out synthetic nasties. Manuka honey, avocado oil, and coconut oil are three natural ingredients that care for your body and the environment. For more of the good stuff check out Nourish Leave-In Conditioner and Nourish Hair Serum. They’re both proudly made with love, in New Zealand.


Nicole Kelly