BSG Haircare Original Edition #1
Ingredient List


Our complex includes Apigen, a natural flavonoid antioxidant derived from chamomile. Antioxidants work by reducing oxidative stress by neutralizing free radicals produced during an inflammatory response.


Caffeine has the effect on circulation as a vasodilator. It is often used in headache medicines for this reason to increase blood flow to bring more nutrients and oxygen to the brain.

Hair Peptides

Our blend of hair peptides includes Tripeptides and Copper peptides. Peptides are the building blocks of proteins, and copper is the key mineral in the enzyme lysyl oxidase that forms collagen and elastin.

Hair Vitamins

Our complex includes a blend of three vitamins: Vitamin B7 (Biotin), Vitamin B3 (Niacin), and Vitamin E. Vitamins are organic molecules which are essential micronutrients for metabolism.

Saw Palmetto

Saw Palmetto is a natural extract which has antiandrogenic effects such as the inhibition of DHT and 5-alpha-reductase.


Butylene Glycol

This key ingredient is made from the fermentation of corn, or other carbohydrates, and works to help keep the other bio-active ingredients from separating and functions as a vehicle to help to deliver the ingredients into the skin for optimal benefit.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil has widely been used to help with hair shine and texture, and for visibly stronger hair.

Oak Bark

Oak bark contains 8-20% tannins, including gallotanins, which have an astringent effect reducing secretions and thus forming a protective layer of harder cells.

Olive Leaf Extract

Native to the Mediterranean region, this extract contains Oleuropein, a Phenolic compound, which is known to have activities including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial.

Parsley Extract

Parsley extract contains a natural ingredient called eugenol that has been studied and shown to have strong anti-inflammatory effects.

Sesame Seed Extract

Sesame is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world and its extracts have been used medicinally since ancient times. It is known to have a protective effect against cellular damage by inhibiting the release of inflammatory mediators.