If you’re on a crusade for a healthier scalp, whether it's sore, suffers from dandruff or is itchy and flakey, look no further than this expert treatment. Superbalm is packed with coconut oil, candelila wax and soothing essential oils to give maximum attention to scalps in distress. It also has salicylic acid, a safe synthetic beta hydroxyl acid, which acts to clear and press that reset button on the scalp. Salicylic acid is a common ingredient found in aspirin as a pain reliever, and is a plant hormone that can also be found in the bark of the willow tree.
How to use: Using your fingertips, massage a small amount onto targeted areas of your scalp (rather than your whole head of hair) and leave it for about 20 minutes before rinsing out the excess. Then shampoo and condition as usual. In some cases you may still feel a waxiness on the scalp. Don’t worry, this is the product doing its job and will clear over a couple of days.
About 7 months ago
Amazing product and has really made a difference to my itchy, flaky scalp. I use a 20p size and try to get it as close to my scalp as I can before washing with Soak & Float Shampoo Bar. These two products together are a real game changer for me. Wasn't sure on the price of this balm but after...
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About 2 years ago
This product is amazing. I have had really bad problems with itch, scaly and flaky scalp and tried just about everything from anything you can get in the supermarket to prescription shampoos and steroid creams. Nothing worked long term for me and it took a couple of weeks every time to work and then i would have to reapply the treatments pretty much every day.Read More
About 2 months ago
So I’ve had an itchy, flaky scalp for the past four years. It’s occasionally breached into my eyebrows too, but not lately. However, the skin next to my nose got red, sore, and for lack of a better word, bubbly.
The other day, I met a nurse practitioner, who told me that what I’ve been suspecting is true. I’ve got psoriasis. I decided to read up on the content of creams that supposedly help. then I read the content list of Superbalm, because I had a sample pot of it.
2 months ago
About 2 months ago
I've been using Superbalm for several weeks now, but unfortunately it just isn't working for me. Initially it soothed my dry, flaky scalp (caused by the cold winter this year), but didn't work any miracles. Several weeks on and there's no noticable improvement. If anything, I find the product aggravates the itchiness, due to the high concentration of essential oils, which are irritants if not diluted properly. You'd be better off saving your money and using plain coconut oil.
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