Scalp Care Shampoo (200ml)


This shampoo is carefully formulated to improve the condition of the scalp.  With ingredients such such argan oil, evening primrose oil, jojoba oil, Gleditsia Sinensis (皂角), Sapindus Saponaria (无患子) and Fallopia Multiflora (何首乌), these ingredients are known to protect the scalp, turn grey hair darker.  With stronger scalp, you will get better hair growth.


  • Cocamide Betaine
  • Decyl Glucoside
  • OliveM
  • Gleditsia Sinensis (皂角)
  • Sapindus Saponaria (无患子)
  • Fallopia Multiflora (何首乌)
  • Argan Oil
  • Evening Primrose Oil
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Geranium*
  • Lavender*
  • Citric Acid
  • Salt
  • Germall Plus   

*All essential oil used are 100% therapeutic grade


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Chloe Tay

Soft and fluffy

I had my 1st wash using the shampoo and conditioner. The shampoo has no suds as it intended to be since suds derived from SLS which is chemical. Not use to it initially but just need to ensure the correct way. So I checked with Alicia on how to use it!. I like the after dried texture of my hair , soft and fluffy. I wash my hair alternate day, on the day to wash again, my hair is still soft n fluffy. Alicia explained that is how the 无患子 works. I hope to see result of less hair loss after a few wash :). Like the smell of the conditioner, lavender EO. Guidance from Alicia: Pump 1 time, spread and rinse, to clear the surface grease. Pump 1 time again, repeat the process, this round is to deep clean and should have some suds. Rinse off and you can feel the "squeak squeak". Towel dry and do not comb the hair untl it is dry, it will be soft and fluffy.


Thanks Chloe for being patient with the shampoo as it does take a few wash to get use to it. The newer version should be lighter, slightly more suds even without sls and provide more protection to the hair. Doesn't it sounds great?