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Just the pefect blend ma friend for a gentle nurturing wash. I have made a bar to address itchy, flaky scalps with issues such as eczema and here is whit i blended, intended for healing the cells and locks...



Charcoal help improve hair growth with its detoxifying properties.

It can also help promote a healthier scalp while helping keep your head free of product build-up.

Activated charcoal is a spectacular hair cleanser with the capacity to absorb up to one hundred times its weight in dirt.


Powdered Oat

As oats contain saponin, they are brimming with natural cleansing properties and work well to eliminate dandruff from your scalp. Additionally, since it also contains lipids, it leaves your scalp thoroughly hydrated and moisturized. This property is what keeps dandruff from resurfacing. Additionally, it has anti-inflammatory benefits that relieve constant itching.


Coconut oil

coconut oil can help treat dandruff by boosting your skin's "good" bacteria, taming inflammation and even fighting dermatitis. When applied to your scalp lauric acid has antimicrobial properties. If you have an open wound, damaged hair cells coconut oil helps to kill bacteria, preventing them from causing further damage or irritation.

The lauric acid in coconut oil has nourishing properties that are especially prone to soak into the strands of your hair and absorbs into your hair quickly, providing moisture to tame frizz and heal breakage.


Direction - Dampen the hair and shampoo bar and massage onto the hair until soap lather is present and rinse. Repeat twice per wash for best cleaning results.


bar is 165g and arrives with a hanging hessian bag for storage and to dry naturally for a longer lasting bar.

Charcoal & Oat Eczema Shampoo bar



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