Hair Types & Conditions

Dry Scalp

Dry scalp is a very common, and very annoying, hair condition. With symptoms that include itchiness, flaky white skin, and potentially even hair loss, dry skin isn’t something to leave alone. Many hair products include chemicals and irritants that will further exacerbate dry scalp instead of reduce it. But through the use of natural and organic hydrating hair care products this condition can be relieved and done away with altogether.

Oily Scalp

On the opposite side of the spectrum, we have oily scalp. For some, their scalps produce an excessive amount of sebum, the oil naturally produced by the body. This leads to a greasy appearance as well as potentially clogged pores, which in turn can lead to hair loss or reduced hair growth. In order to keep hair light, shiny, and healthy, make sure to use a shampoo that clarifies while delivering natural hydration and nutrition (so as not to next end up with a dry scalp instead of an oily one!).


Dandruff is caused by new scalp skin cells being produced faster than the old ones are dying, thus resulting in small white flakes of skin in the hair. It can be itchy, irritating, and embarrassing. In severe cases, medicated shampoos are recommended—though these can actually expose the scalp to harsh chemicals and lead to other undesirable scalp conditions. A mild, effective shampoo to cleanse, hydrate, and nourish the scalp and hair will have the best long-term results.

Hair Loss/Reduced Hair Growth

Hair loss, or a reduction of new hair growth, can come about for a few reasons. Excessively dry scalp, excessively oily scalp, and various scalp conditions can all lead to this. But perhaps most responsible for hair loss and reduced hair growth are chemicals, like sulfates. These chemicals dry out and irritate the scalp, as well as absorb into the skin and potentially plug up pores. The damage to your hair and scalp they cause can be severe. By switching to a natural and organic shampoo that uses powerful ingredients from nature, you can reduce your hair loss and promote healthy hair growth all at the same time.