Scalp and hair care is easier with treatment shampoos

We gave our well-known Burdock shampoo a new look and refreshed the design without changing the formulation, while we expanded the collection with two completely new shampoos. Welcome Castor Oil Shampoo and Nettle and Peppermint Shampoo!

Choose volume and shine

Castor oil shampoo is intended for those who try to add volume to their thin and lifeless hair every day! Castor oil shampoo will strengthen the roots and gently clean the scalp, while the addition of panthenol will smooth and additionally strengthen the hair structure. The use of castor oil ( Ricinus communis L. ) for medicinal purposes is known all over the world, and among other things, it also serves to stimulate hair growth. [1]

Castor oil shampoo With the use of shampoo and the application of castor oil in the form of packs, the hair will start to grow again, and with the combination of these two products and regular use, the desired density and lushness of the hair is achieved. We have described the use of oils in detail in the article How to make a hair pack from natural oils, and there you will learn everything about how to use them, but also get an idea of ​​which oil to choose.

Put an end to oily scalp

Oily scalp usually lacks quality, good blood circulation, and it is precisely the use of shampoo with nettle and peppermint extract that will have a beneficial effect on this phenomenon. In addition to regulating sebum secretion with regular use, this shampoo will stimulate the growth of young hair and strengthen the structure of existing hair. Nettle ( Urtica dioica ) contains minerals essential for hair such as calcium and iron, and in addition to helping blood circulation to the scalp, it also affects the removal of dandruff. [2] Peppermint ( Mentha piperita L. ) has a revitalizing effect on the scalp and has an effective effect on the appearance of dandruff, and it is also known to be effective in stimulating hair growth. [3] The creamy texture of this shampoo will not dry out the ends, and the addition of panthenol will further smooth it. Nettle and peppermint shampoo is an ideal choice for revitalizing oily scalp and refreshing hair.

Nettle and peppermint shampoo Get rid of dry dandruff

The well-known and often praised Burdock shampoo kept all its ingredients, and the only thing we changed was the design! Like the other two shampoos, it does not contain SLS and silicones. Thistle root extract ( Articum Lappa L. ) is especially known for its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties when applied topically to the scalp. It increases circulation and inhibits the growth of bacteria that cause inflammation of the hair follicles known as folliculitis. Burdock shampoo is used to treat and alleviate the discomfort of dry and damaged scalp, and additionally, we recommend using burdock oil as a hair pack before washing your hair with shampoo. Apply liberally and leave overnight for best results. In the morning, wash your hair (twice if necessary) with thistle shampoo. Ultimately, long-term use of milk thistle shampoo and milk thistle oil will have a positive effect on the activity in the hair follicles and strengthen the hair roots. [4]

Thistle shampoo

Treatment shampoos do not contain SLS, but a slightly gentler alternative to SLES. They do not contain silicones.

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[1] Warra, A. A , Castor Seed Oil And Its Potential Cosmetic Application, http://www.equijost.com/fulltext/14-1543103118.pdf accessed 11.1.2021.

[2] *Marzena Pieszak, Przemysław Ł. Mikołajczak, The healing properties of stinging nettle (Urtica dioica l.), http://www.czytelniamedyczna.pl/3816,wlasciwosci-lecznicze-pokrzywy-zwyczajnej-urtica-dioica-la.html visited 10.1.2022.

[3] Shalini Sharma, UM Upadhyay, Siddhi U Upadhyay, Tanvi Patel, Pratiksha Trivedi, Herbal Armamentarium For The Culprit Dandruff, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tanvi-Dodiya/publication/301899530 accessed 10.1.2022.

[4] Mi-Sun Lee, Ji-Sun Joung, Do-Young Park. The Effects of Arctium lappa L. Root Extracts on the Scalp and Hair. Kor J Aesthet Cosmetol 2015;13(1): 43-48 http://e-ajbc.org/journal/view.php?number=809