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Bounce Curl Curly Hair Spray Australia

Bounce Curl Hair Spray (Non Alcohol)

$40.00Price
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Bounce Curl's curly hair spray is a medium-to-strong hold hairspray that keeps your curls flawlessly intact.
 

A hairspray designed for use in every season, this curly hair spray even performs well through the humid summers in Australia. Being non-alcohol this is one of the select few CG friendly hair sprays and now comes with a redesigned applicator allowing an ultra-fine mist for more even distribution.

 

Due to the high ratio of natural ingredients this product may vary in colour and consistency. 

 

Color-safe & vegan.

 

NO silicones, NO parabens, NO sulfates, NO PEGs, NO DEA/MEA, & NO animal testing.  


This is the Curly Hair Spray Australia loves

  • Ingredients

    Water, Octylacrylamide Acrylates/Butylaminoethyl Methacyrlate Copolymer, Heptyl Glucoside, Panthenol, Aminomethyl Propanol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Extract, *Nigella Sativa (Virgin Black Cumin) Oil. Boswellia Carterii Oil, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Propanediol, Caprylyl Glycol, Fragrance, Citric Acid. 
    *Certified Organic

  • Is it CG?

    Yes, Bounce Curl Hair Spray is safe for Curly Girl Method followers.

  • Is it Vegan?

    Yes,

    This product does contain Panthenol however it is not sourced from animals and has been Certified Vegan.

  • Fragrance

    Notes of fruits, and a blend of white jasmine, magnolia flowers, sandalwood and vanilla.

  • Benefits of black seed oil

    Black seed oil (Nigella sativa) contains antioxidants and bioactive compounds. It may benefit skin and hair health, help reduce inflammation, and support weight loss.

    Black seed oil is an herbal ingredient derived from the plant Nigella sativa, which is native to Eastern Europe and Western Asia.

    Known for its powerful medicinal properties, black seed oil is a natural remedy that people use to treat a wide range of conditions including:

    • headaches
    • back pain
    • high blood pressure
    • infections
    • inflammation

    It also offers a long list of science-backed health and beauty benefits, thanks to its content of antioxidants and other bioactive compounds. Research has shown that it contains components that may:

    • help reduce acne
    • help treat psoriasis
    • promote wound healing
    • support hair health
    • help treat vitiligo
    • help reduce inflammation
    • help reduce eczema

    Some research shows that black seed oil could benefit skin conditions such as acne. This may be due to the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties associated with black seed oil.

    One study found that using a topical gel made with black seed extract twice daily for 60 days reduced acne severity by 78%. Researchers noted significant improvement in the number of acne lesions compared with a control group.

    Studies suggest that black seed oil could reduce inflammation and other symptoms of psoriasis. 

    Black seed oil contains a compound called thymoquinone, which may stimulate tissue growth and promote wound healing.

    Studies have found that thymoquinone may help treat burns, excisions, and diabetic wounds due to its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial effects.

    Thanks to its antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, black seed oil is often added to hair care products, including hair masks and shampoos.

    Though many of these products claim to improve the shine, strength, volume, and texture of hair, there is little research on the benefits of black seed oil for these applications.

    Some research suggests that black seed oil could be beneficial for treating vitiligo, a disorder that causes loss of pigmentation in the skin.

    One study in 33 people with vitiligo found that applying a cream made with black seed oil to the skin twice daily improved pigmentation in the hands, face, and genital region after 6 months.

    Researchers suggest that the benefits of black seed oil may be due to its ability to spread melanin within the skin. Melanin is a type of natural pigment found in your hair, skin, and eyes.

    Several studies have found that black seed oil could alleviate symptoms of eczema, a skin condition characterized by dry, itchy skin.

    One small 2012 study found that black seed oil was as effective as betamethasone cream, a type of corticosteroid, at reducing hand eczema severity of hand eczema when applied topically twice daily for 4 weeks.

    Another study found that oral and topical administration of thymoquinone, a compound found in black seed oil, decreased inflammation and improved symptoms of eczema.

    Does black seed oil grow hair? Black seed oil is often an ingredient in shampoos and hair masks, as it has antimicrobial and antioxidant properties that may help support your overall hair health. However, evidence does not suggest that it grows hair.

  • Directions

    At the end of your regular styling routine hold the hair spray 15cm (approximately one open hand width) from the hair, only misting 2-3 times and ensuring coverage is distributed over your whole length  

    You may layer with more product if a stronger hold is prefered however always start with less and only increase if the desired hold is not achieved.

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