Health, Length and Strength. This is what we all want for our hair and this is what is at the core of Muva Nature. 100% natural ingredients from mother nature herself carefully combined to make a range of afro hair products to moisturise, grow and strengthen 3a -4c hair. We also pride ourselves in our products being 100% vegan, 100% recyclable and 100% cruelty free.
Why Chebe ?
Chébé powder is a blend of indigenous herbs named for its main ingredient, the croton gratissimus grain, which is called “chébé in the Republic of Chad. The ingredient is prominent in Muva Nature products because it is proven to make afro hair long & healthy hair. Chébé powder is a millenia-old ancient hair care ritual. Though some people swear by its ability to grow hair, others primarily use chébé powder to protect against damage and keep their hair strong. All hair types could benefit from chébé, including curly, dry, damaged, chemically straightened and over-processed hair that’s prone to breakage.
Why Argan ?
Natural antioxidants present in Argan oil strengthen the hair by repairing damage. Many external and internal agents like heat, over styling, relaxing and oxidization damage the hair. Vitamin E present in Argan oil is very useful in restoring the natural hair and renewing and repairing the damage caused by heat, chemicals or other destructive agents. This God sent oil is excellent for uncontrollable and unmanageable hair. It restores the smoothness of hair and making it manageable again. Argan oil hydrates the curly, coily hair in a natural way, making hair softer and reducing roughness. It also penetrates into the hair shaft and enhances the elasticity of hair which helps prevent breakage – essential for black hair! Argan oil has been proven to be very nourishing to the scalp, enhancing hair growth.
It is not a secret that natural hair products are better for us. Everything good for us and our hair comes from mother nature. Hence why its the only thing in Muva Nature products. The clue is in the name. Let nature take its course.
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