A twist of lemon myrtle
Lemon myrtle is an Australian native rainforest tree found in northern New South Wales and south east Queensland. Its leaves produce oil that is more lemon than lemon. That’s right, lemon myrtle leaves have the highest amount of citral of any plant known in the world. The result is an intense, refreshing citrus flavour with layers of lime and lemongrass.
Harvested all year round, lemon myrtle is high in antioxidants, vitamin E, calcium, zinc and magnesium. It’s anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties are stronger than tea tree oil.
So what does this mean for your hair? Packed with antioxidants, lemon myrtle supports healthy collagen production in hair and can fight dandruff. So how do you like those lemons? 🍋