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Let's Talk Scalp Care!

April 15, 2024

Let's Talk Scalp Care!

Healthy scalp is the foundation for healthy hair growth. A clean and well-nourished scalp encourages the growth of strong and vibrant hair follicles.  Common scalp conditions include the following:  dandruff, scalp acne, fungal infections, and dermatitis which can all lead to ithcy and irritated scalp. 

It's important to maintain the balance of natural oils on the scalp. Excessive oil production can lead to greasy hair, while insufficient oil production can cause dryness and flakiness.  Even if you're not a frequent user of styling products, you'd be surprised at the amount of oil, dirt, and buildup on your scalp. Dead skin clogs pores and hair follicles, leading to dryness, flaking, and itch.

Let's rethink Scalp Care.  The glands on our scalp are similar to those on our face. They produce sebum (oil) to maintain the health of your hair and skin. If oil or product residue piles up, the best shampoo is not enough. A physical exfoliant is needed.  We combined our hero ingredient, Apple Cider Vinegar, with probiotic and botanical extracts and created Hair Rinse and Scalp Scrub to help soothe, moisturize and detox the scalp to encourage beautiful hair to grow.

Silicones, Parabens, and other junk can wreak havoc on our skin, the environment and cause irritation. Our scalp care products are made from skin-loving, natural ingredients to soothe and calm even the most sensitive scalp. 

Our Apple Cider Vinegar beauty products are freshly produced in small batches and proudly made in America. We can't wait for you to try our ACV Scalp Scrub and Hair Rinse.


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