For caring for dry or irritated scalp skin
Drip extract onto your fingers, then massage onto the scalp or facial skin to complete
absorption, twice a day (morning and evening). It may cause a temporary
warming sensation. Avoid rinsing the hair immediately following the
For hair voluminizing and giving wonderful brilliance, lather into hair before shampooing or applying dye, the wash off
Ingredients include: Jojoba oil, helichrysum italicum (everlasting) oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) , myrtus communis (myrtle) oil, rosmarinus officinalius (rosemary) oil, thymus vulgaris
(thyme) oil, anchusa strigosa ext.
Note-this product is available also in a US warehouse for quick shipment within the US.
Product reviews from Amazon:
-I have used oils on psoriasis with tremendous success, but you have to be diligent. It depends how much psoriasis you’re dealing with, but if you’re trying to treat an outbreak, you have to leave it on – you can’t use it just as a pre-shampoo. As long as you don’t have any allergic reactions to the oils, it’s best to sleep with it on (with night cap), or just layer on the oils and wear around the house for as long as you can stand it.
-In the past I’ve had success with Borage, Jojoba, and Rosemary – so I know this work for me, but I’m excited to see how the other oils (Everlasting & Biblical Hyssop) perform.
-Final note – these are not just for the scalp, they can be put on the skin as well.
The serum is oily, so you need to consider that. I might not wear it out in public because it tends to make my hair go limp, but I do apply it at home a few hours before a shower, and let it absorb deeply into the skin.
It is helping with the folliculitis. I also like that it helps repair damaged hair, as well as moisturizing and treating the scalp.
It is not inexpensive, but when you have a scalp condition that needs attention, this is an effective product.
Many of the other treatments would often leave a burning sensation and redness when our son used them. The first time he used this, he didn’t complain of any issues, but he also didn’t say it had made a difference yet. So he used this consistently and found that he was seeing improvement. Once he got things under control, he switched to using this only once a week which works for him. This has a pleasant smell to it because most of the time, there is a medicinal smell. The downside is the cost, but at the same time, it works very well.
No hair here to encourage. I’ve come to prefer the low-maintenance aspect of no-hair than I frankly did when I had beautiful locks of hair. Male pattern baldness went completely berserk on me and took full advantage. So the problem now, strange tabs and dry skin stuff tend to grow on my bald head. That stuff just doesn’t look ‘professional’, it distracts and diverts attention. My wife says I don’t moisturize enough and she’s probably right, but she has hair and if she has skin tabs up there, she’d probably not know it.
3 Hours after applying RAAMA, the moisturizer effect is still in play. So far, so good. No greasy kid’s stuff. Just that slick dome of radiance I appreciate.
Kedem serum has a pleasant scent that reminds me of pine. I apply it about 5 minutes before shampooing my hair. It moisturizes scalp hair and reduces itching that comes from irritated, dry skin. After using it for a week, I think it reduced dryness. I hoped that it would also reduce the amount of hair I see in the drain, but I have not noticed the difference yet.
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