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Styling Dragon Pomade 24/7 - (Raw, Organic) 2.65 oz * CONTAINS BEESWAX*
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Styling Dragon Pomade 24/7 - (Raw, Organic) 2.65 oz
*CONTAINS BEESWAX*


The Styling Dragon Pomade produces smooth, soft and shiny finish, without making hair stiff or ‘crunchy’. Perfect for laying down edges, controlling friz, and creating style, this pomade is great for any styling look. Designed for medium to strong hold, this product conditions the hair while maintaining hold and definition.

Simply blend a small (quarter size) to medium amount of Pomade into the hair and work into your desired style using fingertips or comb. This natural styling aide is raw and filled with the most pure, hand-picked ingredients, making it great for all hair types. Important Note: Make sure your pomade is kept dry and tightly sealed. Due to the truly natural state of this product mold can occur if not properly sealed.

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Ingredients

  • Aqua (Water)
  • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter)
  • Beeswax
  • Lecithin (Sunflower)
  • Glycerin (Vegetable)
  • Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil
  • Tocotrienols (Vitamin E)
  • Borax
  • Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Flower Oil


This all natural pomade allows you to style and sculpt your hair with the most pure, natural ingredients nature has to offer. Stronger than our Blood of the Dragon Styling Gel, Designed for a mild to medium hold, this product conditions the hair while maintaining hold and definition. The Styling Dragon Pomade produces smooth, soft and shiny finish, without making hair stiff or crunchy. It also doesn't produce unseemly chemical flaking. It can be left in your hair overnight without worry of damage to your scalp and hair. Perfect for laying down edges, controlling frizz, and creating style, this pomade is great for any styling look.

Scoop out a coin-sized amount into your hands and rub together until pomade is spread evenly in your palms. Apply to hair using hands. Work down to the roots for shorter hair or wherever desired with longer hair. Style with fingertips or a comb. For more precise styling, wet your hands and style your hair. You can also add texture to your hair buy applying the pomade to layers of your hair.

Make sure your pomade is kept dry and tightly sealed. Due to the truly natural state of this product, mold can occur if not properly sealed. Store in a cool, dry place. If too runny from a warm environment, place it in the refrigerator to firm up once more. If too hard, scoop out desired amount with a spoon and warm between your hands.

I have been in the hair care business for over thirty-seven years and have seen everything that could possibly go wrong with a head of hair. Without question, the most damaging commercial hair styling preparations on the market today are gels, mousses and sprays. The chemicals in these products are entirely too powerful to be beneficial for healthy hair. In order to create the severe look, they are loaded with polymers, benzaldehyde and a-terpineol, to name only a few toxic compounds. Putting it on the hair, in the form of hair spray, for example, is no better than applying a coat of paint.

Hair follicles, sweat and sebaceous glands are minute holes in the derma layer. Investigations by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee found that structural factors of the skin influence what chemicals may be absorbed into our bodies. The scalp has anywhere from 40,000 to 80,000 hair follicles and is an excellent medium for chemical absorption. These toxic compounds that enter the body through the scalp and skin and can accumulate over time is tissue and organs, such as the brain, causing chronically damaging effects.


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mousse abuse: getting educated to the dangers of styling aids

I have been in the hair care business for over thirty-seven years and have seen everything that could possibly go wrong with a head of hair. Without question, the most damaging commercial hair styling preparations on the market today are gels, mousses and sprays. They are now all over, even in your local health food stores.

It is almost guaranteed that with continued use, these products will result in hair loss. I am astounded when I see people who are only in their late teens and early twenties who are trying to emulate "the look." By that I mean, styling their hair with gels and mousses in the latest fashion as worn by music and movie stars. Or being seduced by the newest advertising ploy created by Madison Avenue in order to sell dangerous products. "The look" will eventually cost its wearer their hair.

The chemicals in these products are entirely too powerful to be beneficial for healthy hair. In order to create the severe look, they are loaded with polymers, benzaldehyde and a-terpineol, to name only a few toxic compounds. Polymer is another name for "plastic." Putting it on the hair, in the form of hair spray, for example, is no better than applying a coat of paint. Benzaldehyde is a narcotic and used as a local anesthetic. It is an irritant to the ear, nose, throat and skin and may cause kidney damage.

A-terpineol is highly irritating to the mucous membranes. Inhaled into the lungs and it can cause pneumonia or even fatal edema. When these compounds-and the scores more like them that are found in gels, mousses and sprays-are applied to the hair, they do more than begin damaging the individual hair follicles.

Our skin is not a uniform barrier. Hair follicles, sweat and sebaceous glands are minute holes in the derma layer. Investigations by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee found that structural factors of the skin influence what chemicals may be absorbed into our bodies. The scalp has anywhere from 40,000 to 80,000 hair follicles and is an excellent medium for chemical absorption. These toxic compounds that enter the body through the scalp and skin and can accumulate over time is tissue and organs, such as the brain, causing chronically damaging effects.

The "mousse abuse" that is the current vogue is no better than putting paint on one's hair. Hair spray is comprised of shellac, which is the primary ingredient in compounds for finishing furniture. I have worked as a renowned cut and color man on literally tens of thousands of clients and I am in shock when I see the damage mousses and gels are doing to beautiful, healthy hair.

Granted, I have the advantage of a trained eye, but the number of very young and old film, television and recording stars who are destroying their hair with these powerful chemicals is overwhelming. Simple look at any model, film star or magazine ad and you will clearly see Hair Loss at an all time high. Advertisements on television and in popular magazines feature models right up to the biggest stars that are showing the public a look that is deadly to the hair. Not only are gels, mousses and sprays destroying the hair shaft and risking scalp and skin damage, but the long-term effects of these chemicals have been associated with organ damage and cancer due to absorption by the skin.

The shocking truth about these products is that even hair preparation labeled as "natural" contain multitudes of harmful chemicals. There are no labeling laws governing the disclosure of chemicals in cosmetics. And what ingredients that manufacturers do list are often disguised by names that the typical consumer would be hard pressed to identify.

Go into any health food store and check out the ingredients on the products sold there. If you cannot pronounce an ingredient it is guaranteed to be a chemical. At right is a partial list of toxic ingredients found on products randomly selected that are sold in one major health store.


among the ingredients in a bottle of mousse:

polymer and copolymer
a plastic - liquid plastic in a bottle. And we wear this all day on our hair which goes into our scalp through the pores right into our blood stream and through out our entire body.
mica
ground crystallized minerals that are widely used as a lubricant. If inhaled, may be damaging and cause irritation to the lungs.
dimethyl ether glycerin
a Chemical used in refrigeration.
PEG 32, PEG 40 polyethylene glycol/polyethylene
these chemicals may cause skin irritations such as hives and eczema.
acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer
strong irritants.
aminomethyly propanol
an alcohol made from various nitrogen compounds. Due to its high alkalinity, prolonged exposure may cause skin irritations.
benzophenone 4
This ingredient is used to make the fragrance in the product last longer and keep it from breaking down when exposed to light. It may produce hives and other sensitivity problems.
ammonium hydroxide
essentially, ammonia water. It is irritating to the eyes and mucous membranes and can cause hair to break.
polyquaternium-11
a quaternary ammonium compound used as a preservative, surfactant or sanitizer. These compounds are toxic and even low concentrations can be irritating to the eyes and mucous membranes.


among the ingredients in styling gel:

polymer & copolymer
a plastic. Liquid plastic in a tube.
PEG 40
a skin irritant, as found in mousse.
methyl paraben
a preservative with extensive antimicrobial properties. It has been associated with allergic reactions.
butyl paraben
an antifungal agent.
phenoxyethanol
used as a fixative for perfumes, bactericide, and insect repellents. In its undiluted state it is a highly strong eye irritant.
tetrasodium EDTA
a powdered sodium salt that is reactive with metal. If ingested, it may deplete the body of calcium.
in an aerosol finishing hair spray:
alcohol
with repeated usage it can dry the skin and hair and is toxic in large doses.
denaturant
an additive to alcohol to make them poisonous and unfit to drink.
hydrochlorofluorocarbon 152a
a propellant and refrigerant.
dimethyl ether
a chemical used in refrigeration.
acrylates
thickening agents, which are strong irritants.
aminomethyl propanol
an alcohol compound that is used as an emulsifying agent. prolonged skin exposure may cause irritation.
butyl aminoethyl methyl acrylate
chemically related to acrylates, which are irritants.



and ingredients likely to be found in non-aerosol sprays:

The consumer will find more alcohol, more denaturantsl and the warning:

CAUTION HIGHLY FLAMMABLE. AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

PVP/VA A plastic film
PVP is an abbreviation for polyvinylpyrrolidone, which is a plastic resin. If ingested, it may cause gas and fecal impacting as well as cause damage to the lungs and kidneys. It has been detected as lasting in the system up to a year. Some evidence indicates it may produce foreign bodies in the lungs and modest does given to laboratory rats has caused them to develop tumors.


ingredients found in shine spray:

more alcohol, more denaturants as well as the following:

butane
a highly flammable gas derived from petroleum. In addition to its fire hazard, it may be narcotic in high doses and cause asphyxiation.
isobutane
a constituent of natural gas and used as a propellant and a refrigerant.
propane
a fuel gas which may be narcotic in high doses.
phenyl trimethicone
a silicone oil.
octyl methoxycinnamate
used an agent to absorb ultraviolet light. Its related compound, methyl cinnamate, may cause skin irritation.
isopropyl myristate
one of the most potentially dangerous ingredients. It causes skin problems, such as blackheads. But it may be seriously damaging when it reacts to nitrate compounds, which are impurities that are often found in many hair preparations and cosmetics. When isopropyl myristate interacts with nitrates, the nitrate absorption factor in the skin in increased by up to 230 times. Nitrates have been linked to cancer.



about the Morrocco Method

sustainable, equitable, fair trade

The Morrocco Method strives to honor fair trade principles of sustainability and equity in all of our products. Fair trade products are generally created by smaller producers who are paid fair prices and who pay fair wages to their employees. Fair trade producers practice sustainable, environmentally aware farming and manufacturing.

The Morrocco Method of hair, face and body care is unique as well as comprehensive. It represents over forty years of research and experimentation, integrating modern scientific knowledge with the ancient healing arts of Ayurvedic and Chinese herbalism.

Anthony Morrocco has, for over 40 years, carefully studied and practiced holistic hair care. His quest to find a naturally based treatment for hair and scalp problems began with his apprenticeship at world famous Kenneth's, a posh New York salon, where his clients included Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mia Farrow, Lauren Bacall, Joan Rivers, Faye Dunaway, Liza Minelli, and numerous other celebrities.

For years, Anthony watched as the rich and famous walked into Kenneth's with hair care problems and left with the same problems, only covered up with styles, perms, blow drying, gels, mousses, bleaches and chemicals. Anthony discovered that, regardless of the money spent on traditional hair care, the problems just didn't go away. This realization inspired Anthony to create a new system of hair and scalp treatment that would have successful, long term results.

healthier, more vibrant hair

Now, after more than four decades of travel, research and experimentation, including his study of Chinese herbalism and acupressure under Bruce Lee's master, Mr. Fung Yi of Peking and Dr. Cecilia Lu of Shanghai, Anthony has perfected a holistic program for women and men determined to make positive changes for healthier, more vibrant hair.

The Morrocco Method of hair, face and body care is unique as well as comprehensive. It represents over forty years of research and experimentation, integrating modern scientific knowledge with the ancient healing arts of Ayurvedic and Chinese herbalism.

All Morrocco Method products contain only the finest organic derived minerals and botanicals harvested from around the world. and selected for maximum potency. We have followed the principles of Old World farmers who understood that planting, harvesting and storing foods according to the lunar cycle maximizes the energetic potency of the plants.

Every Morrocco Method product contains each of the 92 trace minerals. Each product is carefully designed to both detoxify and nourish. Our products have been featured in CBS News, InStyle Magazine, People Magazine, Farmers Almanac, the Los Angeles Times, and many other international publications.

The Morrocco Method is unquestionably the finest, most effective program of holistic hair care available today.


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