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  • Calendula the Healing Herb

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    Here at Koils by Nature, we really care about what you put on your skin and hair.  Most of our water-based products are infused with Calendula; our Moisturizing Shealoe Leave-In Conditioners, Herbal Curl Defining Gel, both Hair & Scalp Cleansers, Beard Wash, beard oil and beard moisturizers......

    Calendula is an herb that invigorates hair by safeguarding it from damaging single-cell radicals. Calendula boots scalp hydration and relieve rashes, sunburns, minor cuts, scrapes, insect bites and other mild skin irritants. Calendula also prevents dandruff.

    • Soothes rashes, sunburns, minor cuts, scrapes, insect bites and other mild skin irritations.
    • Clears bacteria in skin pores
    • Helps prevent dandruff
    • Promotes healthy hair follicles.
    • Promotes scalp hydration
    • Protects hair and scalp against cell-damaging free radicals
    • Promotes hair

    HISTORY AND FOLKLORE

     In medieval Europe, calendula was widely available and was known as “poor man’s saffron” as it was used to color and spice various foods, soup in particular. It was used not only to color foods, but also as a dye to color hair and to make butter look more yellow. Believed to be first cultivated by St. Hildegard of Bingen, an herbalist and nun practicing herbalism in the 11th century in present-day Germany, calendula is a mainstay in a variety of European historical herbal texts. A Niewe Herball, from 1578, by English botanist Henry Lyte states that calendula '… hath pleasant, bright and shining yellow flowers, the which do close at the setting down of the sun, and do spread and open again at the sun rising' referring to the flower's well-known propensity to open in the day and close at night or on overcast days.

    Nicholas Culpepper, a 17th-century botanist, herbalist, and astrologist, mentioned using calendula juice mixed with vinegar as a rinse for the skin and scalp and that a tea of the flowers comforts the heart. Astrologically associated with the sun and the fire element, calendula was believed to imbue magical powers of protection and clairvoyance, and even to assist in legal matters. Flowers strung above doorposts were said to keep evil out and to protect one while sleeping if put under the bed. It was said that picking the flowers under the noonday sun will strengthen and comfort the heart.

    Calendula was used in ancient times in India as well, and according to Ayurvedic healing principles is energetically cooling and has a bitter and pungent taste.

    And, in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), calendula (called Jin Zhan Ju) is considered energetically neutral and drying and is used to support healthy skin.

    Traditionally, in North American indigenous cultures, it has been employed to combat the occasional upset stomach. Traditional use mirrors many of our contemporary applications of this plant. site:: mountainroaseherbs.com

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  • curlBox Man 2018

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    curlbox man 2018
    This year Koils by Nature had the amazing opportunity to partner with curlBox for their 2018 Father’s Day Box. The response was overwhelming and the customers LOVED the products.  We’ve created a special code for our curlBox Family; save 25% on the entire site: use code Curlbox25

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  • 7 Tips to Grow a Healthy FULL Beard!

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    Having a Beard is IT right now...it's reminding me so much of the natural hair movement and women's quests for #BraStrapped length hair!  Now the fellas want #hangtime with their beards!  So here are some sure-fire tips to get you a fuller softer beard! 

    1. PATIENCE my grandmother used to say, "a watched pot never boils" this goes for your beards guys!  patience is a virtue and you will see the fruits of your labor. 
    2. DRINK plenty of water good ole h20 is the #holygrail for all things health, detoxing, moisture and growth. Drink plenty of water hydration starts from the inside. You will see less breakage, which will lead to a softer fuller beard. 
    3. GOOD diet & exercisewhen you eat good and exercise it shows up in your hair and skin; healthy fats like avocados, nuts, leafy greens rich in Vitamins B5, B3, and B9.  Exercise improves the blood circulation which promotes hair growth. You will look amazing after eating right, exercising and with a full beard!
    4. CLEANSE often-  removing food, dirt and skin cells are essential for beard growth and calm itching. Our sulfate-free Beard & Face Cleanser will remove impurities, dirt without stripping natural oils. 
    5. MOISTURIZE - h2o is the #1 moisturizer....but you need some conditioning for your beard, vitamins, and minerals for your skin and hair....and that's where the Beard & Face Moisturizer comes in handy! This product will give you slip, condition your beard; eliminate breakage, dryness.  
      a) DETOX  - your beard is the first thing people see, our
      Beard Detox will condition and remove all impurities, from your skin and beard. 
    6. SEAL after the cleansing, putting the moisturizer on your beard...you have to seal it all in; water will evaporate...so sealing with a Beard Butter and/or Beard Oil will help keep the moisture, preventing drying and breakage! The goal is to keep the beard soft and pliable. 
    7. BRUSH and/or comb regularlyremoves dead skin cells and stimulates hair growth and train your beard. 

    Have you tried our Ultimate Beard Kit??

     

    Any questions??  Leave a comment below!

     

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  • 7 Steps to a Full Beard

    0 comments / Posted on by Pamela Booker

    Having a Beard is IT right now...it's reminding me so much of the natural hair movement and women's quests for #BraStrapped length hair!  Now the fellas want #hangtime with their beards!  So here are some sure fire tips to get you a fuller softer beard! 

    1. PATIENCEmy grandmother use to say, "a watch pot never boils" this goes for your beards guys!  patience is a virtue and you will see the fruits of your labor. 

    2. Drink plenty of water - good ole h20 is the #holygrail for all things health, detoxing, moisture and growth. Drink plenty of water hydration starts from the inside. You will see less breakage, which will lead to a softer fuller beard. 

    3. Good diet & exercise- when you eat good and exercise it shows up in your hair and skin; healthy fats like avocados, nuts, leafy greens rich in Vitamins B5, B3, and B9.  Exercise improves the blood circulation which promotes hair growth. You will look amazing after eating right, exercising and with a full beard!

    4. Cleanse often-  removing food, dirt and skin cells are essential for beard growth and calms itching. Our sulfate free Beard & Face Cleanser will remove impurities, dirt without stripping natural oils. 

    5. Moisturize- h2o is the #1 moisturizer....but you need some conditioning for your beard, vitamins and minerals for your skin and hair....and that's where the Beard & Face Moisturizer comes in handy! This product will give you slip, condition your beard; eliminate breakage, dryness.  

    6. Seal- after the cleansing, putting the moisturizer on your beard...you have to seal it all in; water will evaporate...so sealing with a Beard Butter and/or Beard Oil will help keep the moisture, preventing drying and breakage! The goal is to keep the beard soft and pliable. 

    7. Brush and/or comb regularly- removes dead skin cells and stimulates hair growth and train your beard! Checkout our amazing 100% Wood seamless Beard Comb

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