Scalp Serum

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Stage 1: (room temperature)
4% Pomegranate Glycerol Extract
2% EmulsiGel Eco
 
Stage 2: (above 60°C)
83% Boiled Spring Water

Stage 3: (room temperature)
4% EcoSilk

 
Stage 3: (below 40°C)
5% Bio Energiser
1% Preservative 12
0.5% Spearmint Essential Oil
0.5% Peppermint Essential Oil
 
Total 100%
Grape Seed Oil
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Method:
Combine the EmulsiGel Eco and Pomegranate Glycerol Extract into a paste. Add the boiling water and stick blend until smooth. Add Stage 3 ingredients and stir thoroughly. Do not use the stick blender at this point. Cool down to below 40°C in a pan of cold water, then add the Stage 4 ingredients and combine thoroughly. Jar and label.


4 Responses

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

May 13, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry, please see the below response
from our Research and Development team;

“The Scalp Serum was specifically designed to help encourage hair growth but the Pomegranate Glycerol Extract is very hydrating for a dry scalp and works well on dry and normal scalps.

The two essential oils are very stimulating for the micro circulation of the scalp and this can also help with hair growth.

If it is a dry scalp you specifically want a product for, enter “dry scalp” into the search box and you will see products that are appropriate. The first one to show is is Cucumber Seed Oil and you can read more about it here;
https://www.aromantic.co.uk/products/cucumber-seed-oil"

Yumi
Yumi

May 13, 2020

Is this scalp serum for dry scalp? Could you tell me which skin/scalp type is sutable?
Thank you!

Aromantic Team
Aromantic Team

April 07, 2020

Thank you for your enquiry, please read the below response from our research
and development team;

“Please do weigh all of the ingredients. We give percentages as that is the best way to work a recipe and makes it easier to scale a formula up or down. Weighing ingredients is also better, more accurate and ultimately safer than measuring in mls.”

Jean Kamps
Jean Kamps

April 07, 2020

Can I follow this recipe by measuring in weight? For example, each percent measured in grams? Or do I need to measure by volume?

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