TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy Hair Products for Seborrhoeic Dermatitis aka Seb Derm

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Every now and again, I invite users and/or customers to share their results, feedback and experiences with TLC Naturals hair products.   Feedback from customers and product users enables me to understand how the products work on  various hair types & also enables me to ascertain the success rates of particular products. I am so thankful for the amazing people  that respond.  Sieta happened to be one of such people.

Sieta experienced seborrhoeic dermatitis (aka seb derm) on her scalp.  Like most people with these distressing condition, this also resulted in some hair loss and patchy hair growth all over the scalp.

Sieta used the TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy Exfoliating Hair Cleanser  and the TLC Naturals Scalp Therapy Soothing Scalp Balm.   She was kind enough to share her experience with these items.

She told me that the soothing scalp balm cooled down her scalp immediately after use and her scalp is also less sensitive.  This is really great news as that was the exact result I wanted from the soothing scalp balm.  Scalp problems can be very distressing and the itching & soreness associated with many scalp problems can be incredibly annoying.  The scalp balm not only cools down the itching & soreness immediately, it also soothes the inflammation and with regular use, restores hair growth again.  I cannot recommend this balm enough for people with scalp eczema or seborrhoeic dermatitis who are also experiencing hair loss caused by these conditions.  I thoroughly recommend that the balm is used with the Scalp Therapy Exfoliating Hair Cleanser for best effects.

Here’s Sieta feedback after 2 weeks of using the products:

I feel that my hair became thicker over the past two weeks, particularly around the edges. Also whenever I apply the balm, my scalp immediately cools down. My scalp is a little less sensitive after use. 

Here’s Sieta’s feedback after just 4 weeks of using the Scalp Therapy products:

I have noticed growth in my hairline. My hairline is getting thicker and my baby hairs are growing back in as well, it is definitely a growth aid! 

I am impressed with the way the products feel so I will come back and buy more even so I can have the total effects of it.

As you can see from the pictures below, she wasn’t kidding about the hair growth.  Just look at all that hair growth in just 4 weeks!!

BEFORE USING THE SCALP THERAPY HAIR PRODUCTS, SIETA EXPERIENCED:

  • itchy, sore, & inflammed scalp
  • seborrhoeic dermatitis
  • hair loss
  • uneven growth

AFTER USING THE SCALP THERAPY HAIR PRODUCTS, SIETA EXPERIENCED:

  •  no more itchiness, soreness or inflammation on the scalp
  • better hair growth
  • thicker hairline
  • overall longer, thicker and healthier hair

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If you have used any of TLC Naturals hair products, I’d love to hear from you.  Share your experience with me at hello@tlcnaturalsonline.com

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