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Scalp Tonic, 2oz - BEAUTIFUL ON RAW
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2 Fl. Oz. (60 ml) in amber glass bottle--one bottle is a one month supply for ALL hair types
The company has updated their name and packaging New Formulation with Apple Stem Cell Extract, Rooibos and Olive Leaf Extract!
All our ingredients stimulate circulation and have antiseptic, soothing, and comforting qualities, and most have cell renewing and antioxidant benefits.
Directions for Use: Apply a full dropper directly onto your scalp, avoiding the eyes, face and neck. Gently massage into your scalp for TWO MINUTES with your fingertips, using a gentle rotating motion. Use twice daily for best results! The tonic will work even better if you practice Beauty is as Beauty eats! Learn about beautifying powers of raw foods in my books.
How it Works
When you rub the tonic into your scalp, you will notice a tingling sensation for a few minutes, as the root-stimulating herbs penetrate. After the first application, if a little bit of redness occurs on the scalp, don't be concerned. It will disappear within minutes. Observe your hair. After 30 to 40 days for most people (for a few up to 60 days), you will notice new hair growth. You'll achieve optimal results by using the scalp tonic after using your Violet Ray or the Rolling Bed of Pins.
The difference between neglected skin and skin well cared for is night and day. The same holds true for the scalp. I have twice as much hair volume when I take care of my scalp than when I don't. The key is simple: dedication. I am confident you will see new hair growth, and later a visible improvement in the fullness of your hair!
Scalp Tonic Active Ingredients
... Chamomile extract (Matricaria recutita). From the Greek for "earth apple, this plant's sweet scent gives it its name. Chamomile is an annual of the daisy family, used widely in cosmetics because it contains an astounding array of beneficial properties, which have been scientifically confirmed. Flavonoids, along with lipophilic compounds, help strengthen and reduce enlarged capillaries, combating redness. Azulene reduces swelling, cleansing pores of impurities. Phenolic derivatives relieve skin congestion and offer antiseptic properties. Chamomile oil contains alpha-bisabolol, which promotes tissue regeneration. These, along with Chamomile's antioxidant, emollient and anti-inflammatory properties, make it one of the most versatile herbal ingredients ever to be used in hair and skin care products.
... Salvia (sage) extract (Salvia officinalis). The Latin name Salvia means "to heal. This Mediterranean evergreen shrub, related to the mint family, has been favored since ancient times for its healing properties. We now know that sage possesses extraordinary anti-aging benefits when used topically, as its extract prevents oxidative stress. Rosmarinic acid, found in sage, has been clinically shown to prevent oxidative damage to cells along with serving as an anti-inflammatory. Sage extract is astringent, with impressive antiseptic, antimicrobial, antioxidant and antiviral qualities. Sage helps fighting acne and eczema, and protects against H2O2 induced DNA damage. Sage extract helps condition your dry scalp, and is popular for topical applications for dermatitis, acne, canker sores and mild inflammation. Sage oil contains thujone, borneol, camphor and cineole, which combine to give it antimicrobial properties. Sages fresh, camphor-like aroma will invigorate your senses.
...Cayenne extract (Capsicum frutescens). Cayenne, made from the dried pods of chili peppers, has been used medicinally across the world for hundreds of years. It is thought to have originated in the French Guiana region known, appropriately, as Cayenne. Cayenne contains capsaicin, the source of its medicinal properties. Usually, the hotter cayenne pepper is, the more capsaicin it contains. Capsaicin helps relieve pain and reduce stickiness of platelets. Medical herbalist Dr. Richard Schultze places cayenne at the top of his list of most essential herbs “because it will make the other 9 work better. Cayenne pepper is the most effective stimulant of blood circulation there is. It works immediately to increase blood flow, acting as a catalyst to carry the beneficial effects of other herbs and substances in the blood to the area of application. Applied topically, cayenne is often used as a remedy for rheumatic and arthritic pain, due to its counterirritant effect. It also contains an impressive amount of Vitamin C.
... Mustard Greens extract (Brassica juncea). The ancient Greeks thought mustard was a gift from Asclepious, the god of healing. Mustard greens actually originate in the Himalayan region. They are one of the most nutritious foods available, high in the antioxidant vitamins E, C and A. Vitamins A and E are lipid-soluble, while Vitamin C is water-soluble. Vitamin C works to break down histamine, the chemical responsible for allergic reactions in the body. Mustard is also valued for its circulation-enhancing benefits, and mustard poultices have long been a popular folk remedy. In Ayurvedic medicine, mustard extract has been used since ancient times to treat alopecia areata (patchy baldness), and is a common element in Ayurvedic practices promoting hair growth.
...Peppermint (Mentha × piperita). Peppermint is one of the most popular herbs used today, with a wide range of attractive benefits. It is a hybrid plant, a cross between watermint and spearmint, having ancient origins in Europe. It is high in menthol, which gives a cooling effect on the skin and a refreshing aroma. Mmenthol is appreciated for its calming and soothing properties while at the same time increasing circulation. Peppermint extract relieves skin irritation and itching, due to its analgesic and anesthetic effects. Other therapeutic virtues include antiseptic, astringent, circulatory stimulant and vasoconstrictor properties. Peppermint can be used to combat skin inflammations as well as acne, as long as not in too strong a concentration, which could irritate mucous membranes. Peppermint is believed to help regulate production of oil in the scalp when applied regularly, and its stimulating properties have been likened to getting a scalp massage.
...Bilberry Extract (Vaccinium myrtillus). Also known as whortleberry extract, this relative of the cranberry, blueberry, and huckleberry is used as a miscellaneous skin-conditioning agent. It is a natural source of AHA and is an astringent, cooling herb that tones the skin. Bilberry contains large amounts of tannins, which act as an astringent and anti-inflammatory and help stop bleeding. The flavonoids it contains help improve circulation and prevent platelets from clumping together. Laboratory experiments have shown extract of bilberry inhibits enzymes that can cause collagen degradation. The anthocyanosides it contains also strengthen capillaries and aid in forming healthy connective tissue. Bilberry extract serves as a moisturizer and exfoliant, and offers anti-oxidant properties.
...Sugar Cane Extract (Saccharum officinarum). A source of lactic acid with the capacity to leave the skin feeling smooth due to its moisturization and mild exfoliation properties. It safely and gently removes damaged, dead and dry skin cells. Glycolic acid from the sugar cane has the smallest molecular structure of all the AHAs, which supposedly allows for deeper skin penetration.
...Sugar Maple Extract (Acer saccharum). This extract works as a natural source of AHA, namely glycolic acid. Sugar Maple extract is a keratolytic, which means that when the epidermis produces excess skin, this extract helps remove it, as well as warts and other lesions. It causes the outer layer of the skin to loosen and shed. Keratolytics also work to soften keratin, a major part of our skin, which in turn helps to improve its moisture binding capabilities.
... Orange Extract (Citrus aurantium amara). This extract of the fruit of the orange, is a miscellaneous skin-conditioning agent. Used cosmetically, orange oil extract reduces puffiness and wrinkled skin. Both the oil and the peel are used for stimulating circulation, clearing up blemishes, and increasing perspiration, which assists in releasing toxins from skin and scalp. Orange peel is used as a natural exfoliator and provides a fresh, uplifting scent. Orange extract offers both astringent and exfoliating properties. The citric acid in orange extract can help stimulate collagen synthesis. Extract from the skin of oranges has astringent qualities and helps combat skin fragility. It contains d-limonene, sometimes used in industry as a fragrance and also as a solvent.
... Lemon Extract (Citrus medica limonum) is refreshing and purifying to the skin. It’s astringent properties help eliminate dead skin cells without disrupting the pH balance or stripping skin of natural oils. It also acts as a mild antiseptic. Lemon extract is beneficial for an oily skin condition. It is a natural purifier, cleanser, astringent, decongestant and tonic and has a refreshing scent. It also helps balance the fluid in the cells.
Purified water, SD-40 alcohol, panthenol (vitamin B5), glycolic acid, matricaria recutita (chamomile) extract, salvia officinalis (sage) extract, capsicum frutescens (Cayenne pepper) extract, polysorbate 80, citrus medica limonum (lemon) extract,vaccinium myrtillus (bilberry) extract, saccharum officinarum (sugar cane) extract, acer saccharum (maple sugar) extract, citrus aurantium amara (orange) extract, brassica juncea (mustard greens) extract, urtica dioica (stinging nettle) extract, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf extract, tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E), hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, methyl nicotinate, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil SDA-40 - Dissolving agent Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose - plant derived thickener Panthenol -Thickens hair and moisturizes and soothes scalp Polysorbate 80 - Emulsifier which helps desolve sebum from clogged hair follicles Glycolic acid, malic acid Alpha Hydroxy acids which exfoliate cells from the scalp speeding up the natural process Methyl Nicotinate - Vitamin B derivative which warms and increases microcirculation
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.