If you’re a runner, take your training to the epic coastline of Alaska this July with a running cruise. https://www.runningcruise.com/package/alaska-2018/
You’ll float down the coast in a luxury cruise ship, disembarking in Anchorage, Juneau and Ketchikan to jog down the beautiful miles of trail. You will have access to two professional trainers, so it’s also a great opportunity to begin training for a 5K or marathon.
If you go, pack your toiletry kit with luxurious, all-natural T’zikal products to keep your hair in fighting form.
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Indulge in the ultimate smoothing system. The new thermic oil treatment restores hair through organic jojoba oil, avocado oil, olive oil, argan oil and enzymes to instantaneously reconstruct and repair hair structure. The hydrating effects provide repair and revitalization of the hair follicle by recovering shine, flexibility and flowing quality.
Jojoba oil: is an oily, moistening extract with emollient, hydrating antioxidant soothing qualities.
Avocado oil: Avocado oil has a range of nutrients which are beneficial for the growth and health of all kinds of hair, especially dry hair and frizzy hair. It contains essential nutrients such as proteins, vitamins A, D, E and B6, magnesium, copper, iron, amino acids, folic acids, all of which is of utmost importance for growing hair and nutrition.
Olive Oil: Olive oil is very rich in not only tocopherol, but also in unsaturated fatty acids and essential minerals for cells.This com- position results in regenerating and hydrating properties that will provide the nutrients needed for your hair to recover the vitality and beauty that it has always had.
Argan oil: The function of which is to leave the hair in a smooth and silky state. Moreover, it combats frizziness, frayed hair and smoothens it from the roots to the ends.
Enzymes: Enzymes are proteins that act as catalysts for all biochemical reactions. They are responsible for repairing and reconstructing each cell and therefore fundamental to conserving healthy hair. .
As we roll into beach season, it’s easy to throw your hair into a messy bun and forget about it for 3 months. But consistent exposure to sun, sand and salt water can be damaging to your locks if you’re not taking the time to hydrate and repair.
T’zikal’s Shine Rich Dry Oil Mist is a perfect antidote to summer-stressed hair. You can throw it in a beach bag and apply to damp hair to moisturize with ojon oil, hibiscus and coconut that will control frizz and make hair shine.
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Amazon Caiaué Palm
Celebratio Vitae Organics offers Wild-Harvested Unrefined Caiaué Oil
Trademarked as Ojon™ oil and used in all sorts of hair products with the same name, Caiaué oil or Caiajon or OjonNat oil, as it is now known, has increasingly become one of the most sought-after ingredients for hair treatment.
The Caiaué Palm (Elais oleifera), also called the American Oil Palm, belongs to the same species as the African Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis). It grows from Central America to northern South America. In Brazil, the tree predominates in the Amazon Region and is found naturally in small groups in open areas near the riverbanks and lakes.
The Caiaué fruit grows in bunches like the fruit of the African Oil Palm, and the fruits have similar characteristics. The fruit has been used for generations, often by isolated communities, as a food source as well as for treatment and protection of skin and hair.
The rudimentary method for extraction of the oil, still used today by remote indigenous communities, begins by cooking the fruits in boiling water up to 2 hours.
The cooked fruits are smashed using large pestles and mortars in order to to separate the pulp (which contains the oil) from the kernels and then sieved.
They are then cooked again with a small quantity of water. The liquid fraction (oil and water) is cooled and decanted, after which the oil is separated from the aqueous fraction by density differences.
In industrial production, the whole fresh Caiaué fruits are mechanically smashed/pressed at 60C (140F) and yield an orange oil with a fresh scent. The oil is a liquid at 71F and a paste at lower temperatures.