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New Data Emerges On Daikon Radish Oil

February 12, 2013


Daikon radish oil promotes shiny tresses.
 
Natural Plant Products (NPP) revealed the latest findings from two independent hair shine studies that compared its latest natural oil product, Daikon Radish Oil, to other natural emollients as well as popular silicones. Daikon radish oil topped both the natural emollients and silicone in dry combing and repeated grooming tests.

NPP contracted an independent hair testing firm to evaluate the material’s dry combing, repeated grooming (strengthening), and technical shine properties relative to other emollients: clear jojoba oil, olive oil, 1000 cps dimethicone, 350 cps dimethicone, diphenylsiloxy phenyl trimethicone, 12,500 cps dimethicone and 60,000 cps dimethicone.
 
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