If long, strong, shiny hair is what you’re after, you should consider how well you’re treating your scalp, because healthy, beautiful hair starts at the roots.
Just like your face needs its regimen of exfoliators, masks and moisturisers to keep its youthful glow, your hair, too, needs bespoke treatments to get rid of dandruff and dead follicles, diminish dryness and flakiness, and soothe any redness or irritation.
But worry not, SACHAJUAN has just the solution your scalp needs! What’s more, these products are easy to apply and guaranteed to keep your scalp healthy.
SACHAJUAN Scalp Treatment (AED 260)
To keep redness and flakes at bay, apply this leave-in intensive SACHAJUAN treatment, by massaging it gently into the scalp. To ensure an even application, it’s best to part your hair and apply the treatment as close to the hairline as possible.
SACHAJUAN’s scalp treatment is formulated with piroctone, olamine and climbazole, along with rosemary oil, menthol, salicylic acid and ginger extract that remove dry dandruff, soothe any irritations for a long-lasting relief, and maintain the healthy moisture balance of hair and scalp. This scalp treatment can supplement any SACHAJUAN cleansing routine, just make sure to choose the shampoo and conditioner made for your hair type.
Sachajuan Hair Control Treatment (AED 330)
If you’re looking for a product-for-life for your hair, look no further than the SACHAJUAN hair control leave-in treatment, because it will make and keep your hair healthy, strong and lustrous for life!
Its formula is packed with active ingredients such as procapil, vitamin enriched matrikine, apigenin and oleanolic acids from the leaves of olive trees, that absorb into the hair strands and the scalp, resulting in an overall improved hair quality and better hair growth. For best results, massage into the scalp morning and evening.
SACHAJUAN products are available at Bloomingdales, Harvey Nichols, House of Fraser, Basharacare, Plethora Hairlab and Beauty Solutions website. For more information, please visit www.sachajuan.com