Rahua Smoothing Hair Balm
Our Smoothing Hair Balm is a nourishing, anti-frizz balm that moisturizes and smooths dry hair. Floral scented with enchanting Gardenia Enfleurage Oil, the lightweight and strengthening formula adds shine and enhances color. Its purse-size makes it the perfect product to touch up when on-the-go.
Best for for all hair types and textures.
- Long lasting, anti-frizz power
- Thermal protection
- Provides hair with health and shine
- Purse-sized beauty on the go
RAHUA (UNGURAHUA): Amazonian women have for eons depended on the oil from this tree nut to nurture and strengthen their hair. It fortifies weak, damaged strands, nourishes and maintains hair follicle and scalp health, and its super-fine molecules push color pigmentation deep into the hair shaft, greatly extending color endurance. We use Symbiotic®* Rahua.
SACHA INCHI: A longtime food source in the Amazon, these seeds are exceptionally rich in omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants including vitamins A and E. Sacha Inchi oil works to lock in hair’s moisture and condition and soothe the scalp. We use Symbiotic®* sacha inchi.
MORETE OIL: Rich in vitamins A, C, and E, essential fatty acids, tocopherols, and carotenoids—especially beta-carotene—oil from this Amazonian fruit’s flesh protects hair from damaging UVA rays. We use Symbiotic®* morete.
COCOA SEED BUTTER: Derived from the cacao seed native to South America, this natural, reparative emollient nourishes, softens and strengthens hair.
GARDENIA ENFLEURAGE OIL: Symbolizing purity and sweetness, this flower has a sultry, exotic scent. We use the centuries-old enfleurage process to extract the fragrance’s purest essence and maintain its antioxidants.
*Symbiotic® is Rahua®’s signature standard. In order for an ingredient to be classified as Symbiotic®, it must be rainforest grown (wild) in undisturbed virgin forest, harvested and prepared using indigenous knowledge by people indigenous to the virgin forest environment, and it must be purchased at a price that helps to grow and sustain these traditions, build economies, and empower the indigenous people.