Our soothing, natural hair treatment can relieve the symptoms of scalp rosacea and adult acne and treats the root cause of this medical condition as well as the symptoms effectively, even if they have caused you distress for years.
Unbelievable as it may sound, our formula can even prevent and reverse hair loss. Hair loss due to scalp rosacea is temporary and reversible and sufferers may recover fully once the inflammation of the scalp is treated using our formula.
ProSkin Rosacea Natural Hair Treatment works because it contains jojoba oil and a unique blend of essential oils that work synergistically to heal your scalp rosacea.
Many of the ingredients in our treatment are clinically proven to be effective and studies are available online (great bedtime reading!).
In Eastern Europe and China it is accepted that demodex mites cause adult acne and rosacea.
It is also now becoming widely accepted by some of the leading dermatologists in Europe that adult acne and rosacea are caused by demodex mites and the bacteria they cause.
Our formula contains the optimal amount of tea tree oil, which has been scientifically proven to kill demodex mites.
It also contains East Cape manuka oil which is highly antibacterial and eliminates the bacteria caused by the demodex mites, which clogs your pores.
Lavender oil kills bacteria associated with adult acne and rosacea and also reduces inflammation which causes the redness associated with spots.
For every product you buy we will plant a tree for you in our enchanted forest (how romantic!).
Also, every product you purchase is covered by Mama Nature’s Pledge which means you get a full refund if you are unhappy with your product even if it’s been used (no questions asked!).
“Like you I’m not perfect, I’m myself warts and all.
But I embrace my true nature and stand firm and stand tall.
I glide with pure grace and I march on a mission.
For I was sent here to tell you that you’re all in transition.
It may not feel easy, feels like life is a bitch.
But it’ll be made so much easier if you embrace your inner witch.”
Budding witches would do well to get on Instagram in particular and connect with their fellow Insta Witches. “Sharing their idiosyncratic stories and lifestyles adds to our spectrum of understanding of what it can feel like to be a woman and a witch.”