Organic Product Review: Yin Yang Scalp Cream

Regular readers will know I have trouble with my scalp sometimes and its not a easy thing to take care of. Certain shampoos can set me off, certain hair dyes, certain things I eat. I am always trying out new treatments and this one by organic skincare company Yin Yang caught my eye:

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This is Scalp Cream – its a wash or rub in cream which is rather interesting. The majority or scalp treatments I have tried are light liquids (left on) or thicker creams (to be washed off). This is a cream but it can be left in. Hmmm.

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They say:

Yin Yang Scalp Cream contains tincture of organic & bio-dynamic nettles and Zinc in an emulsion of organic soya protein, coconut oil and wheat germ oil, delicately fragranced with Essential Oil of Limes.

Nettle has a tradition for being used for scalp conditions, either as a wash or a rub in cream, while zinc has been shown to be an effective agent in the recovery of skin affected by dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis.

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I’ve tried all kinds of scalp lotions – some work ok, some don’t – a lot sting like a mutha…This cream is rather a lovely, and is easy to use despite being thick. Another thing I hate – greasy hair.

The key is knowing where to apply it and not applying too much. If you slather this all over your head you are going to look like a grease bomb hit you. Applied specifically to the scalp, not to the hair it actually sinks in quickly and doesn’t look greasy to smell too ‘herby’.

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I applied this to areas I have dryness and actually, its quite lovely. Its certainly an unusual product and was a relief for my dry itchy scalp (especially in winter). Like this product a lot, I would recommend it to anyone who suffers from a dry, sore scalp like me.

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You can buy it here for £15 (for 50ml).

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  1. says

    It sounds like a moisturizer for the scalp. I have trouble with dryness at times so I’d love to try this. Herb-y scents are nice too.