– A painful and itchy scalp.
– Red areas characterised with scaling and unsightly plaque.
– Are you fed up with the awful smell of the tar based chemical shampoos?
How Shampoos and Conditioners Work
A normal shampoo aims to remove the oils, skin particles and environmental pollutants that can build up on the hair or scalp. This cleansing process can be too harsh for Psoriasis sufferers, as removing the oils can leave the scalp dry and prone to further cracking and flaking. This can result in an aggravated condition.
Our shampoo uses a variety of natural ingredients and essential oils to nurture and promote the health of your scalp. Our shampoo is mild, so does not strip the natural oils from your hair. The specially selected ingredients help to moisturise your scalp allowing it to heal.
A normal conditioner is designed to leave a residue on your hair. For sufferers of Psoriasis this can be disastrous as it further irritates the scalp. The result is an angry sore scalp and more unslightly plaque.
Each ingredient has different healing and health promoting properties. When combined the result is a calm, plaque free and well conditioned scalp. Leaving your hair soft, manageable and with a healthy shine.
1. Wash with Psoriasis Shampoo. The gentle formulae will clean your hair, leaving it sweet smelling and irritation free.
2. Apply Psoriasis Conditioner. This is where the real magic happens! Allow the conditioner to soak in to penetrate your scalp and soften any plaque. Leave for at least 5 – and up to 15 minutes if you can spare the time. When you rinse away, the conditioners active ingredients will still be present protecting and conditioning your scalp.
Katharine Botanicals Psoriasis products are:
– free from animal products
– from from paraben and sodium lauryl sulphate
- Psoriasis Shampoo and Conditioner
- For men and women
- Contains natural ingredients and essential oils to nurture and promote the health of your scalp
- Pleasant scent
- Hypoallergenic, free from animal products, parabens, and sodium lauryl sulphate