I’ve been carrying out some research since then and this product looks very interesting.
Kra-Z Hair Gro Fertilizer Nourishing Spritzer is produced by Nzuri Hair Care & Wellness, a family owned business located in Texas, USA.
At first glance, it doesn’t look very appealing with its cloudy brown colour but digging deeper, I discovered some good things about it. It’s marketed as an elixir, which can:
- Nourish the scalp.
- Encourage hair growth.
- Help hair recover from thin edges, alopecia, shedding, breakage, weak and brittle strands.
- It also works as a deep conditioner.
Both the elixir hair vitamins and food 61 growth oil are separate products from Nzuri so let’s look at the components of each one.
The elixir hair vitamins is a liquid created to be ingested with food and contains vitamins A, C, D, E, B6, B12, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate, biotin, panthothenic acid, iodine, zinc, selenium, copper, potassium and grape seed.
It also contains a proprietary blend of aloe vera leaf, grape juice concentrate, green tea leaf extract, hyaluronic acid, inositol, DMAE bitartrate, resveratrol, calcium pyruvate, flaxseed, PABA, choline bitartrate, horsetail (aerial parts), silica, pine bark extract, alpha lipoic acid, melon pulp and borage seed. You can also use this product on your face.
The hair follicle food 61 growth oil is a natural growth oil containing eclipta alba, neem, amla, rosemary, sesamum indicum, tea tree, henna, eucalyptus globules, lemongrass, sweet peppermint, basil, olea europaea, prunus amygdalus dulcis, simmondsia chinensis, mentha piperita, centella asiatica of, camellia cinensis, of aloevera, kapoor kachari, cinnamomum and camphor.
In case you are confused by some of the ingredients in the growth oil, they are common ingredients, which have been labeled by their botanical names. I have given a breakdown below:
- Eclipta alba – false daisy
- Simmondsia chinensis – jojoba oil
- Sesamum indicum – sesame
- Olea europaea – olive
- Prunus amygdalus dulcis – sweet almond oil
- Mentha piperita – peppermint
- Centella asiatica of – spadeleaf
- Camellia cinensis – camellia oil
- Kapoor kachari – spiked ginger lily
All the ingredients above are mostly natural and contribute significantly in alleviating hair growth issues.
A combination of both products in a distilled water infusion suggests a very powerful hair growth tonic.
I looked up reviews of the Kra-Z Hair Gro Fertilizer Nourishing Spritzer online and they were about 90% positive with comments on the “softness it provides,” “improved scalp conditions” and “hair loss reduction.”
I will definitely be giving this product a try once it’s available my side of the pond and come back with a review afterwards.
Unless you’re specifically allergic to any of the ingredients mentioned above, I would say go ahead and give this a try if your wallet agrees with you, especially if you have hair loss issues.
You can patch test a small section of your head for a few hours before you apply the entire product all over.
Do let us know if you’ve given it a try in the comments section.