Sunday, March 10, 2013

Aloe Vera Shampoo & Shower gel

For Hair - Normal - Dry
For Body - Normal, Dry, Sensitive
For Face - Dry
Suits: All ages

Bottle 250g - $32.00
Bottle 500g - $58.00
Aloe Vera Shampoo and Shower gel are made strictly from natural ingredients such as sweet almond and Olive oil. Fresh Aloe leaves are cut and drain off of Aloin (may cause itch to some) to provide the best of quality.
We are,
100% natural ingredients
Synthetic chemical FREE
Manmade Fragrances FREE
Artificial Colouring or Preservatives FREE

Aloe’s natural composition healing properties.

1) Ccholine salicylate, an anti-inflammatory substance -  
reduces swelling, pain and irritation.

2) Mucopolysaccharides, found in aloe 

may assist in healing scalp conditions
have moisturizing properties that can benefit dry scalp
they also improve circulation 
aid healthy hair growth.

3) Choline, a natural nutrient that has moisturizing properties 

adequate moisture level helps relieve dryness and itching
shield to prevent further irritation

Aloe Vera and Hair Loss

Aloe has also been shown to have a positive effect in stopping certain hair loss issues and promoting new hair growth. Benefiting mainly in treating the scalp, which further reinforces its capacity as a skin treatment. Understanding certain scalp conditions will help with understanding how aloe helps alleviate these problems and assists in returning to healthy hair growth.

Aloe Vera and Dandruff or Scalp

Dandruff is a common condition where dead skin cells flake off from the scalp at a much higher and faster rate than normal. The scalp may be itchy and irritated, or the flakiness may build up on the scalp, creating patches of dried and dead skin. There are many shampoos available to treat dandruff using chemicals, however some chemicals could cause further irritation to sensitive skin.

Seborrheic dermatitis is a condition that may appear similar to dandruff, although irritation is much greater. The natural oil known as sebum is beneficial to a healthy scalp by keeping it moisturized and preventing dryness. If there is an overproduction of sebum the scalp becomes oily. Overproduction can be a physiological condition, or may be caused by stress, or fungal or yeast infections. The excess oil on the scalp mixes with dirt and dust from the air and creates patches of scaly buildup. Hair follicles become blocked and swollen, and the scalp then becomes irritated and itchy with raised red patches. Large areas of skin can be affected.
Both these conditions, through clogging the pores and irritating hair follicles, can affect hair growth, at least slowing it or making it weaker, with seborrheic dermatitis specifically known to cause hair loss. On the other end of the spectrum, dry scalp can cause hair loss as well. This condition may be caused by too little sebum, or by external factors such as frequent shampooing with harsh products, too many chemical treatments, overuse of blow-dryers, dry weather conditions or not drinking enough water. Symptoms are similar to dandruff with itching and irritation, while hair also becomes brittle and may fall out. Treating with aloe can relieve these conditions, and as a result, help hair follicles return to healthy, normal production.
Aloe Vera properties are so mild and gentle it makes it suitable for kids and babies too!
 Natural Conditioning (VEGAN)
In addition to soothing and eradicating any skin and scalp problems, the benefits of Aloe Vera for Hair as a a great conditioning agent is excitingly overwhelming. The gel-like substance of the aloe barbadensis leaf gives it a similar chemical composition of keratin, the naturally occurring protein in hair cells. This structural similarity allows for easier penetration along the entire length of the hair shaft. It has been proven that the skin can absorb the benefits of Aloe Vera up to 7 layers deep; as our scalps are more absorbent than our skin, can you imagine the conditioning benefits available to the scalp? The combination of Aloe Vera’s 20 amino acids (which are the building blocks of hair and scalp) also adds both strength and luster to the hair.

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