Hair Care Share

12.09.2013

1. The Hair Doctor Hair Treatment for Hair & Scalp by Lush - The Hair Doctor by Lush is a 20 minute, deep-cleansing, herbal hair treatment for hair and scalp. I used a sample size of the Hair Doctor last year and it soothed my scalp like nothing else. The ingredients alone in this product makes it a winner. Some of the ingredients include: peppermint oil, chamomile oil, rosemary, extra virgin coconut oil, jojoba oil, and almond oil. This treatment is definitely worth a shot in the colder months for troubled scalps.

2. Tree Tree Oil + Olive or Coconut Oil - This combination is another treat. Tea tree oil is great for scalp irritations because it is an anti-fungal, antiviral, and antibacterial. In order to use tea tree oil, just mix a few drops with your favorite oil (Olive, Coconut, Jojoba, etc.) and apply it directly to the scalp for 30 mins. (If you purchase tea tree oil  that is an essential oil, dilute it with a carrier oil.) 


3. Elucence Volume Clarifying Shampoo - A clarifying Shampoo can be good to use when trying to settle a troubled scalp, because it can rid the scalp of build up (Which may be causing the problem). Also, this particular shampoo has Salicylic acid in it, which can lift away dead skin cells. Also, other soothing ingredients include: sage, chamomile, and green tea. This was my favorite clarifying shampoo during my transition to natural.


4. Rosemary Sprig + Chamomile Tea Bag - Lastly, this scalp treatment is a tea rinse that can be applied to the hair and scalp after shampooing. Simply add water, a few sprigs of rosemary, and a few bags of chamomile tea in a pot and boil. After the tea rinse comes to a boil, turn it off, and let it cool. Once cool, strain it and use it on a wash day to rinse your hair. (Another tip would be to add your deep conditioner after the tea rinse and sit for 30 mins.)


8 comments on "Hair Care Share"
  1. Awesome tips for itchy flaky scalp. I've yet to met a product at Lush that I didn't love!

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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    1. Lol thank you so much! I love Lush too. Have you tried their moisturizer called R&B? It's on my wishlist!

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  2. Great tips! Definitely going to try the rosemary sprig and chamomile rinse next wash day. Thanks doll

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    1. Thanks Robin! It's great and a lot cheaper than buying the rosemary/chamomile oil!

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  3. Great tips. I will be trying the mixture of tea tree oil + Olive oil.

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    1. Thank you for commenting and I hope you like it.

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  4. Great tips! I will file this away and share your link with my readers if they inquire about itchy scalp. I don't struggle with this personally so it is sometimes hard to advise in unfamiliar areas.
    Divachyk @Relaxed Thairapy

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    1. Thank you so much and thanks for commenting.

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