Argan oil

Argan oil is rich in Vitamin E, Omega 3 and Omega 9 fatty acids, linoleic and oleic acid, antioxidants, minerals, polyphenols and carotenoids, which make it extremely beneficial in hair care. Restores and renews damaged hair. Moisturizes instantly and protects hair from tearing and blooming. Protects the hair from the heat of styling and UV rays of the sun.

Vitamin F

The benefits of Vitamin F are numerous, but used in cosmetics, it contributes to the elasticity of skin and hair, while restoring their freshness. Vitamin F deficiency can cause a number of skin problems, such as dry skin, dandruff, brittle nails, acne or even eczema. Hair loss and eczema can be cited as the first symptoms of a serious deficiency of this vitamin.

Latin extract

The chemical composition of the Latin extract is represented by valuable organisms. It contains a rich abundance of plant antibiotics, vitamin C, B2 and B1, pro-vitamin A, essential oil, volatiles, phosphorus, iodine, potassium and more. Latin has a regenerating, stimulating, bactericidal and fungicidal action. Restores damaged hair roots and its stem by improving the appearance of the hair.

Quinine tree

Quinine is known and has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes. It is extracted from the bark of the quinine tree. Quinine is an alkaloid with stimulating properties that activates the microcirculation of the blood. Applied topically to the scalp, it stimulates hair growth and reduces hair loss, enhances metabolic processes at the level of the papilla, improving nutrient transport into the hair bulb itself, which in turn stimulates hair growth.


Collagen has a pronounced scleroprotein character and is responsible for maintaining connective tissue in the human body. It is a determining factor for the biological youth of skin tissue, mainly improving the hydration and elasticity of the skin structure, in particular the scalp.
Collagen contributes significantly to hair restoration when over-dyed and treated with other chemical products, frequent use of hairdryers, presses, and more. It has antioxidant properties and reduces the production of free radicals in the body. When the hair has enough collagen, the hair follicles are healthy and strong, and it also increases the total volume of hair by increasing the diameter of each individual hair.

Lactic acid

It is a fruit acid that belongs to the group of alpha-hydroxy acids (ANA). In addition, lactic acid is a “green” material, as it is obtained from natural sources and is completely biodegradable. With dry and flaky hair, lactic acid and other soft acids release and smooth the hair, making it easily manageable. At higher concentrations, lactic acid has a well-expressed synergistic effect by gently removing the keratin coating of the hair and allowing the hair to absorb better restorative ingredients such as natural oils. In small amounts, lactic acid acts as an antibacterial agent, protecting the scalp from bacterial and fungal infections.

Macadamia oil

The high fat content of macadamia oil allows it to be digested quickly and penetrate deep into the hair structure. In this way, the ingredient helps to heal the hair from the inside out. Macadamia oil has a high moisture retention capacity and the hair hydration occurs naturally. The oil also has a regenerating effect and regulates fat secretion. It is suitable for use especially on sensitive scalp due to its hypoallergenic effect.

Shea (oil)

Shea butter is probably the most nourishing oil. Its valuable qualities are due to the richness of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. And as we know, it is the deficiency of these substances that causes the dryness of the skin and hair. The effect of the oil is not only on the surface but also in depth, regulating lipid synthesis. Shea also helps to retain moisture and thus comprehensively improves the overall water balance. Has an anti-inflammatory effect. Applying shea butter to irritated areas of the skin reduces discomfort, itching and redness in a variety of skin problems, including preventing dandruff as a secondary effect.

Grape seeds (oil)

Its excellent effect on hair is due to its vitamin E and linoleic acid. Grape seeds are an important source of one of the most powerful natural antioxidants – proanthocyanides. Proanthocyanides have many times stronger antioxidant properties even than vitamins C and E. Studies have shown that these antioxidants have strong anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic properties and counteract free radicals.

Olives (oil)

Olive oil is one of the best products that help with chemicals and environmental damage. This is due to its nutritional composition. Its essential fatty acids and antioxidants help cell regeneration and help prevent further damage.

Chamomile (oil)

Chamomile oil is elixir for the hair. Not only it enhances its appearance by giving the hair a golden glow, but at the same time it acts extremely soothing to the irritated and sensitive scalp. Chamomile oil is also characterized by its strong anti-inflammatory action, which is important for our skin to look good.

Sunflower seeds (oil)

Sunflower oil contains large amounts of organic compounds – triglycerides, glycerides, mainly represented by oleic and linoleic acids, which are natural antioxidants. In addition, this product includes vitamins of several groups (tocopherol, retinol, calciferol, vitamins) and complex minerals capable of protecting the hair from the harmful effects of weather and the environment, including free radicals, which are the main cause of the destruction of the keratin layer of hair. Proper use of sunflower oil stimulates the healing of micro-cracks that form continuously on the scalp, helps protect the scalp from dandruff, stimulates hair growth and prevents hair follicles from aging.

Juniper (oil)

Juniper oil speeds up blood supply, restores and nourishes the scalp. Increases blood flow to the scalp and improves the natural nourishment of the hair. It has a strong anti-inflammatory effect, as well as detoxifying, which favors and enhances the activity of cosmetic products in contact with sensitive skin, in particular the scalp.


The eugenol is extracted from the carnation oil, which in turn is obtained from the carnation buds.
It has a strong analgesic and anti-inflammatory effect.


Salicylic acid derivative – has an analgesic and a strong anti-inflammatory effect.


A natural compound derived from mint. On topical application, it has a cooling effect and a vasodilator. Relaxing action.

White pine (oil)

It is used for expansion of blood vessels – hyperaenia. Contains x – pin, β – pin, camphor. Improves and accelerates the penetration of active ingredients into the skin. It is used in the composition of our product Vivalek gel precisely to help the rapid absorption of other oils from the composition of the product.

Rosemary (oil)

Increases blood and lymphatic circulation. It has a slight anesthetic effect. Contains: foam, camphor, lemon. Improves body circulation in muscle contractions (cramps) and cold limbs or muscle fatigue by massaging the affected areas.

Hot peppers (extract)

Capsaicin is the alkaloid that gives the pepper a lingering taste. It consists of several closely related capsanoicides and its highest concentration is located in the area of the white core of the inner part of the cap where the seeds are attached. Capsaicin has a strong anti-inflammatory effect, relieving muscle pain, osteoarthritis pain, rheumatoid arthritis and more.

Bergamot (oil)

It enhances microcirculation, increases the elasticity of blood vessels and strengthens their walls. Has a mild antispasmodic effect, relaxes tense muscles. Contains foam, lemon and more. Rubbing with bergamot oil reduces pain and inflammation in the body, especially in the joints and muscles. Bergamot oil suppresses tension in nerve endings.

Lemon (butter)

It has a calming and relaxing effect on muscle contractions and cramps. Tones the whole body. It has antiseptic properties.

Lavender (oil)

Extremely popular essential oil. We use its qualities in the Vivalek massage gel. Soothes and tones.

Green tea

Green tea contains polyphenols, in particular, catechins, the most common of which is epigallocatechin gallate.
Green tea also contains carotenoids, tocopherols, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), minerals such as chromium, manganese, selenium and zinc, as well as some phytochemicals.
It is a stronger antioxidant than black tea.
Green tea extract in cosmetics is often used in hair shampoos.
It reduces the secretion of the sebaceous glands and at the same time it is gentle to the dry ends of the hair.
Restores hair shine. Green tea extract also has an antibacterial effect, which is an important property, especially in people with dandruff or seborrhea.