Stage 1 Peppermint Tea Tree Shampoo

Size: 0.29kg
Stage 1 Peppermint Shampoo with Rosemary, Tea Tree and Seaweed Extract

Stage 1 Peppermint Tea Tree Shampoo

Size: 0.29kg
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Stage 1 Peppermint Shampoo with Rosemary, Tea Tree and Seaweed Extract

Stage 1 Peppermint Tea Tree Shampoo

Clarifying Shampoo with Organic Rosemary, Peppermint & Tea Tree

A proven shampoo for cleaning natural hair and interlocked strands. pH balanced and deep cleansing, this shampoo clears grime and unwanted residue while simultaneously nourishing and protecting your locs and curls, effectively restoring natural shine and bounce. 

This blend is fortified with seaweed extract, nourishing blue lupine seed extract, and a dash of pro vitamin B to strengthen, replenish and protect - just like the original formula - but we've also infused organic essential oils of Rosemary, Peppermint and Tea Tree to provide an aromatherapy cleansing experience.



Follow with our naturally conditioning hair tonic: Peppermint Tea Moisture Mist

Please note - this shampoo is 100% hand made and as such there may be slight variations between batches.

Below is a video review of this shampoo. Please also read this article on why I formulated this Seaweed Shampoo.

Apply directly to the roots, lather gently to thoroughly cleanse the scalp, before massaging into the rest of your hair.

Product may be diluted in a spray bottle and applied directly to the roots for easier application.

Rinse thoroughly.

Repeat if required.

 Aqua, Mipa Laureth Sulphate, Cocoamidopropyl Betaine, Cocamidapropyl Betaine, Glyceryl Oleate, Coco-Glucoside, Sodium Lactate, Phenoxyethanol & Ethylhexylglycerine, Xanthan Gum, Mentha Piperita, Rosemarinus Officinalis, DL-Panthenol, Hydrolised Wheat Protein, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Seaweed Extract, Spirulina Extract, Liquid Chlorophyll, Citric Acid.

Key Ingredients:

Seaweed and Spirulina are rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, all of which are needed by hair follicles to maintain healthy growth.

D-Panthenol penetrates the hair shaft to strengthen from within and also forms a light protective film - which can help hair appear thicker.

Sodium Lactate is an oil-alternative, that occurs naturally within our bodies, it moisturises the hair without causing slippage

Mipa Laureth Sulphate is an effective cleanser sourced from Coconut and Palm Kernel Oil.

Rosemary: is a stimulating, rubefacient essential oil; helps to encourage the flow of blood to the scalp, bringing essential nutrients to the hair roots, and while simultaneously removing waste.
Peppermint: is both cooling and anti-inflammatory which means it is both soothing and helpful in combating itchiness and irritation.
Tea Tree is naturally medicinal boasting antibacterial and antifungal properties, making it a popular oil in combat against dandruff and infections.

Question:
What would you recommend best for 2 year old sisterlocks. Very kinky hair that does not easily retain moisture? Is the Avocado or Argan milk better? Also is it recommended to alternate the Peppermint shampoo with the stage 2 hibiscus shampoo? I’be used stage 1 and loved it but think my hair is mostly locked now. looking for a complete product line. Thank you!
Asked by Leslie Hamilton
Answer:

Hi Leslie, 

Due to the interlocked nature of Sisterlocks, we recommend staying with the ARGAN hair milk as it so easily absorbed and won't cause build up. You're more than welcome to try the Avocado milk as it's richer and more substantive to the hair but be mindful that locs are unique and while one person's may happily drink this up, another person's may not be as happy. That said - we've had no reported issues from loc'd customers using either product.


The Stage 2 shampoo is a conditioning product, great for loose naturals, and those with coloured or matured locs. It can be diluted to aid application to interlocked or palm rolled hair. Both versions of our Stage 1 Shampoos are clarifying - so some customers like to first shampoo with the Stage 1 and then follow with Stage 2. The choice is yours :)

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Customer Reviews

Patricia Jones - USA

Exceptional experienceFrom initial purchase to use of the product, Exceptional experience! I submitted my order on 1/26/19 and received my items on 2/4/19. As the adage goes, first impressions are lasting and upon opening my package I appreciated the handwritten thank you. Too often in this techno driven age, merchants forget the importance of the "personal touch" which immediately made me felt valued as a customer. So on to the main event, I just completed my first wash with the peppermint tea tree shampoo and I was not disappointed. I am five months sister locked and have soley been utilizing the sister lock starter shampoo. However I can honestly say this is the best my hair and scalp have felt since embarking on this journey . I also purchased the seaweed strands together shampoo which smells divine. I can't wait to try it for next weeks wash. At this juncture all I have to say is, God bless and Keep up the good work.

Lily - UK

an excellent shampooThe shampoo is designed for Sisterlocks and is an excellent shampoo, I am 9 months sisterlocks and I have met the maker Annette at Almocado, and her products are excellent. Worth using 100%, smells great (not over powering), and i dilute and use in an applicator bottle. Give it a try you will not regret it.

Shane - UK

Great product

Alandra Davis - USA

My fellow new sister locked sista’s I have received the relief to the itch without damage to your installation. Y’all it’s like a peppermint kissed my scalp in all the right places. I’m over here bout to praise dance.

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