Wednesday, May 4, 2011

amika™ Obliphica on

StyleList called Sea Buckthorn Berry, the key element in amika™'s Obliphica haircare line, the beauty ingredient to know now.

They also related a ancient legend about the fruit:
"Legend has it, that the 13th-century Mongolian conqueror Genghis Khan's soldiers were very close with their horses, so that when a horse was injured in battle, instead of killing it, the soldier would leave the horse behind to die a peaceful death," explains nutritionist Dr. Lindsey Duncan.

"When Genghis Khan and his army returned to the same battlefield a year later, the soldiers were shocked to see their horses alive and well, with shiny coats of thick, beautiful manes. The horses had healed their wounds by eating the sea buckthorn berries that grew naturally in the area," adds Duncan.

These fables about Sea Buckthorn Berry aka Obliphica are up for dispute but what we do know is that the high concentration of Omega 3, 6, 9 and 7 in Obliphica helps nourish and moisturize hair and skin. Read the full piece here.