Frizzy Hairs are the hair strands that stand out or curl in different directions causing lumpy and messy hair. It is mainly because of 4 factors as given below:

  1. Genetic- A person with naturally dry hair has frizzy formation due to loss of moisture from the hair causes frizz.
  2. Environmental- Excess moisture is a well-documented cause of frizz. But both the above evidence is contrary, which shows that the individualized understanding of the problem is very critical followed by individualized holistic solutions.
  1. Hair therapy Induced- research evidence highlights that common treatment of  frizzy hair itself is a cause of frizzy hairs, which seems like a vicious cycle, Sulphate  containing shampoos, alcohols containing products all of which are damaging to the outer protective layers of hair.
  2. Diameter – larger the diameter of hair more the frizz due to the greater area for cuticle damage and ionic exchange.

Frizzy hair occurs due to damage to the outer layers of the hair, which impairs the ability for moisture fixation within the hair. It has been suggested that long, frizzy hairs could be a warning sign for Alopecia. In some instances, the hairs are incapable of retaining moisture, whereas in other cases, damaged membranes lead to the excessive retention of water molecules. 

Long-term risks- According to a published study Frizzy hairs could be a warning sign for Alopecia.

Type of Frizz 


Surface frizz

Occurs only on the outside of the hair and appears fixed all around 

In the curls frizz

Appears inside the curls and looks undetermined. 

Frizz at the ends

It occurs at the hair tips like split ends. It appears as dry brittle strands at the ends of hair. 

Pouf ball frizz

It is the kind of frizz in which there are all around and like a pouf ball. 

Commonly available solutions and the Hazards associated



Carboxylic acid in carbocysteine (aldehyde)

Exposure to mother caused  increased incidence of Wilms tumour (2)Maternal exposure was found to be linked with early age Leukaemia. (3)

Cationic surfactantstrimethyl alkyl ammonium chlorideschlorides or bromides of benzalkoniumalkylpyridinium ions

Toxic to aquatic life.(4)Increases bacterial resistance. (5)Enhances selection and spread of antibiotic resistance bacteria.(6)

Parabens are used as preservatives

for Hormonal disturbances leading to many menstrual problems. (7)

Safe Natural components for frizzy hair

  1. Sulfate-free cleansing Agents
  •  Coco Glucoside 
  •  Lauryl Glucoside 
  •  Sodium cocoyl glutamate 
  •  Decyl Glucoside etc to name a few. 

  1. Natural Ingredients for managing Frizzy hair
  • Natural oil films-Coconut, Almond, Jujuba 
  • Amla
  • Bhringaraj
  • Bramhi
  • Methi

Glucosides are good surfactants along with hair conditioning and emulsion stabilization. Natural oils containing Lauric acid, Oleic acid, and Myristic acid prevent the formation of split ends.

Natural oils also provide controlled lipid absorption which is the key to anti-Frizz technology. Phyto Components -Apigenin, Lignans, Beta-sitosterol, Gallic acid, Ellagic acid, Oleic Acid present in the herbs like Bramhi and Bhringaraj prevent Hair Loss & Restart Hair Growth. 

Phytonutrients like Vit C, Vit E, Biotin, Vit A, Amino acids, Omega 3 fatty Acids, Minerals, and Glycosides are present in Amla which helps Keratinocytes to produce keratin protein, which is necessary for healthy cortex and cuticle formation, which does not allow the formation of frizz.

Phyto Components like saponins and tannins present in Methi help in the binding of hair reducing friction. Reduced friction results in reduced shearing force and less chance of frizz formation.

What is the best natural solution for frizzy hair that can give a chemical-free wash, maintain hydration of the hair and prevent damage to hair that leads to Frizz formation?

HERBCIENCE - Nourishing Pro-V Keratin Shampoo



Certified by ECOCERT – COSMOS Natural as 100% Natural & 100% Safe

Herbcience has a scientific approach to all the products. They explain in-depth at the Phyto-component level of the herbs and help in resolving the issue; A safe sulphate-free and chemical-free wash to remove the cause of frizz. Keratin is a protein which is an important component for hair strength and cuticle building.  Herbcience provides the necessary nutrients required to produce Keratin in the body itself. Essential fatty acids for the maintenance of hair cuticles. For the ingredients list and the detailed description, please refer to

Steps to follow

  1. First, apply Nourishing Pro-V Keratin Hair Oil Half an hour before head bath.
  2. Wash with Natural Pro –V keratin Shampoo
  3. Apply Replenishing Pro-V Keratin Hair Conditioner
  4. Use a diffused blow dryer on hair after it is 90% dry.  
  5. After the hair is totally dry, use a minimal amount of Pro-V Keratin Hair Oil. 

Science of Replenishing Pro-V Keratin Hair Conditioner

Herbal humectants like Aloe, Shea butter, and Hyaluronic acids provide sufficient Hydration to hair; while Herb based fatty acids like Lauric, Myristic and Omega 3 prevent water loss, providing a Moisturizing Effect and prevent cuticular damage.

Hair nutrients (Vit C, Vit E, Biotin, Vit A, Amino acids, Omega fatty Acids, Minerals, Glycosides, etc.) present in the herbs help Keratinocytes to produce Keratin protein, which is necessary for Hair Growth and Cuticular integrity to prevent Frizz. 

Science of Natural Pro –V keratin Shampoo

Herbal bio-actives like Saponins & Herbal Exfoliates like Kojic Acid deep cleanse the scalp & hair from dirt, pollutants, and oils. 

  • Science of applying Nourishing Pro-V Keratin Hair Oil in the end
  • Tannins and Flavonoids have a balming and adhesive effect.
  • Gallic acid, Ellagic acid, Oleic Acid and Omega 3 fatty acids support the cuticle by having a low coefficient of water exchange which does not allow the hair to lose or absorb water. Thus giving the perfect protection against frizz.

The Replenishing Pro-V Keratin Hair Conditioner, Nourishing Pro-V Keratin Shampoo, and Nourishing Pro-V Keratin Hair Oil are complete solutions for all types of frizz. This demonstrates just how much the items are intended to protect hair against frizz.

Using the minerals and other natural ingredients, the brands have developed educational videos that clearly describe the problems and offer a scientific solution based on herbs.  Do check out the video here

Features of HERBCIENCE Products: 

  1. 100% Natural, Certified by ECOCERT – COSMOS Natural 
  2. 100% Safe – Compliance with Made Safe 
  3. Scientific Approach to the solution of issue 
  4. Products developed by a team of expert Ayurvedic Doctors 
  5. Fresh Extraction of Herbs to boost the efficacy of the product 
  6. Only Naturally Derived Preservatives are used. 
  7. 100% Vegan – No animal products are used 
  8. Cruelty-Free – Not tested on animals. 


97% of the frizz removal products available in the current market have toxic chemicals such as Carboxylic acid, trimethyl alkyl ammonium chlorides, chlorides or bromides of benzalkonium alkyl pyridinium ions, Paraben, etc., which can lead to serious health hazards over time, like Cancer, hormonal imbalance, reproductive issues, early ageing symptoms etc.

One may wonder why we have so many young girls suffering from hormonal disturbances and increased Cancer in women. Just imagine how the biology of an Avg, Indian Woman is tolerating 10-12 Cosmetic products on her skin every day, which includes 300 harsh chemicals/ day.

Such usage leads to an accumulation of 0.6Kg Harsh in our body/per year and almost 7Kg harsh chemicals are discharged into the Environment leading to Water Pollution. “Save the world inside the body and outside it”. Why Toxics??? Go Naturals!

To solve all these issues, we have a solution with HERBCIENCE Products… Why wait? Just go and pick your choice for products from the wide range of personal care products which are 100% Natural and 100% Safe, certified by ECOCERT per Cosmos-Natural and compliant with Made Safe (USA). 

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