Purepotions skin salvation scalp treatment

About the brand:

Lula after being prescribed medicine for her eczema but she found they stung and didn’t work. Understandably, Natalie was desperate to find a product Lula could use. She wanted to make a moisturiser that didn’t contain anything unnecessary that may harm Lula’s skin.

Natalie started experimenting with cooking up traditional ointments and salves in her kitchen; she used combinations of herbs and oils such as hemp, calendula, nettle and olive use in skincare for centuries, which is now known as the skin salvation moisturising ointment.

Appearance and texture: 

This hair oil is a silky thin hair oil that has a yellow tint to the oil, this oil is great for the scalp to help soothe itchy dandruff eczema prone scalps. Myself and my brother both suffer with this on a daily basis and this sounded like such a great product to help prevent or maintain healthy scalp, as this is a problem. The packaging on this product is very unique but I adore it so much I love how its simplistic but also beautiful at the same time its classic elegance and natural.

Application and results:

This hair oil is amazing I used this product two different ways you can either use a little bit after washing your hair adding a little bit to the finger tips and massaging into the scalp once out of the shower, the second way I used this is applying a good amount to the scalp and then leaving for the night and washing out in the morning which is a really good idea as I have never used a night scalp oil. 

After using this product for a few weeks I feel like my scalp is noticeably different I have less itchiness and less dryness which is always nice I feel like this is a personal go to if my scalp is having a really bad time especially with the summer coming inn recently.

Reccomendation and rating:

I would recommend this product for people who suffer from the same conditions as myself and my brother, I would rate this product 7/10.

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