Scalp reaction to shampoo bar
Dreads Hair and Scalp Health
I have used tea tree in my other shampoo's for years and never had a problem before. That leads me to think it could be rosemary. I don't know that I've ever had or used rosemary before using this bar. Most of my past shampoo's have had some sort of peppermint or spearmint in them before because I like the tingly feeling lol. Unless it is a reaction to on of the other ingredients.
Ingredients for Teat Tree Bar: saponified oils of organic coconut oil, organic unrefined first press extra virgin olive oil, organic castor bean oil, beer, china white clay, organic essential oils of tea tree and rosemary.
Ingredients Liquid Shampoo: distilled water, decyl glucoside (natural corn oil & natural plant sugar), lauryl glucoside ( natural coconut oil & natural plant sugar), beer, calendula, rosemary & green tea infusion, essential oil, sea salt.
So this leads me to think it's not the rosemary, since both green tea and rosemary are in the liquid shampoo as well. So by process of elimination, it could be the castor bean oil or china white clay.
soaring eagle said:
hmm thats unusual have u tried teatree or rosemary before?
yiu can try a test make a rosemary tea u probly got some in a spice wrack scratch up your wrist (u dont gotta bleed just rough up the skin a bit0 then wipe the tea on the scratched up wrist wait to see if u get a reaction if not try the same with teatree
i havent try]=ied the teareee rosemary bar yet but if the teatre is too strong it can dry the scalp a bit rosemarty shouldnt so should be stronger then teatree
pearmint will cause an intence tinglu=ing even burning sensation if real strong u might want to try nag champa or dragoins blood bars
al;so discuss this with heather she might have an idea too