CLOVE LEAF TO STOP HAIR LOSS & BALANCE YOUR IRRITATED SCALP
WHY HAIR TURN GREASY?
Take your scalp under conrol!
Greasy hair derives its oil from the scalp, where microscopic glands in the skin secrete sebum, an oily/waxy matter. Sebum lubricates hair and provides the hair shaft with protection and water-resistance.
Clogged pores can cause greasy build-up and your scalp can start to overproduce sebum to compensate for dryness and to provide moisture to the scalp.
Greasy hair makes your scalp more prone to dandruff and creates an environment for bacteria to thrive and can lead to skin disease and eventually hair loss.
Clove oil has been shown to have a wide range of antimicrobial activities against both Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, including major human pathogens, like Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Escherichia coli.
Scalp Balancing Benefits
Ph-balancing Botanical Miracle
The skin on your scalp renews it cells every 24 days, just as any other skin cell on your body. New skin cells are formed underneath while the old cells slough off to uncover the new ones. Scalp flakes are actually those old dead skin cells that naturally fall off the scalp.
A normal scalp has a pH of around 5 and a rich base of oil glands that keep the scalp and hair lubricated. Dry scalp and its further irritation and itchiness can be caused by using strong detergents, hard water, or change in your diet.
In addition, the lack of natural hair oils makes hair dry without natural lubrication. Seeing dullness in the hair may be one of the early signs of dry scalp.
Clove oil was moderately inhibitory at pH 7.2 and strongly inhibitory at pH 4.5, help to restore the pH on your scalp and remove build that causes scalp irritation.
Clove Leaf helps by balancing the pH levels and help the hair follicles and cells to be clean and unclogged of debris by promoting scalp with stronger blood circulation.
While dandruff is caused by excessive natural hair oil (sebum) production, it is greasy and yellowish white in color. Dandruff flakes are larger than dry scalp flakes and are harder to come off the scalp. Someone with dandruff will experience itching and usually has scalp odor.
According to the latest studies, dandruff may be partly caused by harmless yeast colonies on the human scalp. In some people, the yeast starts to feed on the excess oil and dead skin cells on the scalp, causing the skin cells to shed more frequently and clump into flakes.
Clove Oil is the key to recover scalp imbalance by cleaning out all the dandruff flakes and dead skin cells accumulated on your scalp.
Anti-bacterial properties of Clove Leaf leaves the yeast and fungi with fewer sources to continue to feed on.