SACHAJUAN Scalp Conditioner

Hair Concern:
Dandruff and psoriasis
Hair Concern:
Sensitive scalp
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Formulated to remove dandruff and soothe irritated scalps SACHAJUAN Scalp Conditioner works in harmony with SACHAJUAN Scalp Shampoo to help reduce irritation and increase moisture. Ideal for anyone suffering with dandruff, itchy or sensitive scalps, this refreshing conditioner helps to calm, nourish and reduce flaky skin. 

Featuring an anti-fungal blend of climbazole and piroctone olamine, along with rosemary oil, menthol, salicylic acid, ginger extract and oat oil, it encourages a healthy balance on the scalp, reducing the likelihood of dandruff formulation.

It also contains Ocean Silk Technology, SACHAJUAN's blend of algae, known to increase elasticity, boost shine and strengthen the hair. For added benefits, and to tackle dandruff head on, add SACHAJUAN Scalp Treatment into your hair care routine. Also available in a 1 litre version.

Key benefits

  • Soothes and nourishes irritated scalps
  • Reduces itchiness and dandruff
  • Formulated with anti-fungal properties
  • Vegan and cruelty free

How to use SACHAJUAN Scalp Conditioner

  1. Apply to clean wet hair, ideally after using SACHAJUAN Scalp Shampoo
  2. Massage into hair from roots to ends
  3. Leave on for 3-5 minutes 
  4. Rinse thoroughly
  5. Follow with SACHAJUAN Scalp Treatment

How to treat a sensitive & itchy scalp?

Sensitive scalps can often feel hot, itchy and sensitive to touch, this is often caused by micro-inflammation on the scalp, often triggered by shampoo's, allergies, or stress. Following this the skin's natural protective barrier is disrupted and can cause the skin to flake, causing dandruff. To combat sensitive and itchy scalps, it's recommended that you use specific scalp shampoo's and conditioners, ones which are formulated with anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties. These don't just care for the hair like normal shampoo and conditioner's, these work to treat the skin on your scalp too. 

What's the difference between dandruff and a dry scalp?

The two have the same main symptoms however dandruff is due to a yeast called malasseszia globosa which feeds on oils.

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