Tea Tree & Lavender Scalp Therapy Pomade – Natural Solution to Dandruff
Our Tea Tree & Lavender Therapeutic Pomade contains therapeutic medicinals that have been used for centuries to heal and repair skin and scalp conditions. We have carefully curated the ingredients in this product specifically to treat the itching, flaking and tenderness that result from poor scalp health, using low quality products, slow growth, tight hairstyles and protective styles. By combining coconut and castor oils, Vitamin E and tea tree and lavender essential oils, we have created a mineral oil free pomade made entirely from plant ingredients that will not only provide instant relief to a tender and itchy scalp but also combats dandruff and supports hair growth to keep your scalp healthy and clean.
Coconut oil has been used therapeutically for centuries and contains compounds shown to possess anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal (anti-dandruff), antimicrobial, antiparasitic and pain relieving activity. The aboriginal people of Australia have long been aware of the healing properties in the oil of the Tea Tree. Modern research has confirmed that Tea Tree oil possesses anti-fungal (anti-dandruff), anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain relieving) properties. Lavender oil has natural antiseptic, anti-itch, anti-dandruff and follicle stimulating properties and has been used for centuries as a hair loss remedy and hair growth stimulant.
- Has the strong, menthol aroma of Tea Tree and Lavender essential oils.
- No mineral oil
- No petroleum oil
- No lanolin
- No beeswax
- No silicones
- No artificial fragrances
- No dyes
- No preservatives.
- 100% Vegan, 100% Natural!
- Part hair and spread a thin layer directly to a clean, dry scalp to help control dandruff and relieve dryness, tenderness and itching. Apply as often as needed.
- Apply to clean scalp with cornrows or locs and under weaves and wigs to help keep scalp healthy, moisturized and fresh.
This product contains natural ingredients which may vary in color from batch to batch and darken to a pinkish hue. This is not indicative of a formula change and will not affect performance.