This scalp oil will nourish your scalp and soften your hair using a traditional blend adapted from the founder's family recipe. This product is certified by The Vegan Society.
It contains organic hemp seed oil which is rich in nourishing omega 3 and great for dry scalps, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial moringa seed oil which cleanses whilst it moisturises as well as baobab seed oil with vitamins A, D, E, F and omegas 3, 6, 9, which intensively nourishes and penetrates scalp and hair at the roots. In addition it contains black seed oil to promote hair growth, fenugreek seed oil to strengthen roots and follicles of thinning hair, and refreshing and stimulating organic rosemary leaf oil to improve circulation.
Suitable for all scalp and hair types, except those sensitive to essential oils.
Scalp Oil: Cannabis sativa (organic hemp) virgin seed oil, moringa oleifera (moringa) seed oil, adansonia digitata (baobab) seed oil, nigella sativa (black seed) seed oil, trigonella foenum-graecum (fenugreek) seed oil, rosmarinus officinalis (organic rosemary) leaf oil, tocopherol (vitamin e), helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, limonene*, linalol*.
This product is shipped from the United Kingdom.
Postage and delivery options:
- Standard (3 - 7 days): £4.95
- Tracked (2 - 5 days): £6.50
- Express (48 hours): £8.50
- Tracked & signed (4 - 7 days): £15
- Courier (2 - 5 days): £20
US, Canada, Australia & rest of the world (we do NOT ship to South Africa)
- Tracked & signed (7 - 10 days): £28
- DHL express (2 - 6 days): £34
The cost of shipping is for your entire shopping basket and not each individual item
Sofia Latif is the eponymous founder of her vegan clean skincare line.
Sofia spent 15 years meticulously researching and testing blends on her own skin, and two years ago she founded Sofia Latif, with the ambition of helping women whose skin has changed with age to feel confident and comfortable in their skin, so much so that they are happy to go barefaced.
She adds "I am in my mid-40s and as a South Asian woman I have always felt under-represented in every aspect of life - role models in business, cosmetics and skincare specifically catering for me and my skin etc. I want to be that role model to young Asian girls and women, and show that you can be in your 40s and can set up and run a successful beauty business as a woman of colour, and that it can be done with integrity and purpose."
Sofia Latif also has a social purpose. The brand donates 5% of each sale to Lendwithcare through whom they provide microloans to women small business owners in low-income countries so that they may grow their business and support themselves and their communities with dignity.