John Masters Organics Lavender Rosemary Shampoo Review

John Mas­ters sham­poo is a herbal sham­poo con­tain­ing a blend of 15 dif­fer­ent plant extracts designed to nour­ish and strengthen the hair. It is designed to be gen­tle on the hair and does not con­tain the strong deter­gent com­mon in most com­mer­cially avail­able sham­poo (sodium lau­reth sul­phate, etc.).

Active ingre­di­ents in the sham­poo and their effects

John Mas­ters sham­poo is made of coconut soap, which acts as a gen­tle and nat­ural deter­gent. The plant extracts it con­tains include peri­win­kle, sage, chamomile, bur­dock root and wil­low bark. It also, as the name sug­gests, con­tains laven­der and rosemary.

These nat­ural active ingre­di­ents are meant to have a cleans­ing, bal­anc­ing and stim­u­lat­ing effect on the scalp, with­out strip­ping it of its nat­ural oils.

Although not specif­i­cally for­mu­lated for the pre­ven­tion of hair loss, the John Mas­ters sham­poo is said to slow down the effects of hair loss by stim­u­lat­ing the scalp and bal­anc­ing the hor­monal effects on the fol­li­cles. Rose­mary has tra­di­tion­ally been used as a cir­cu­la­tion booster for centuries.

John Mas­ters sham­poo for treat­ment of trac­tion alope­cia and thin­ning hair

The herbs and plant extracts in the John Mas­ters sham­poo have a dou­ble effect of stim­u­lat­ing and bal­anc­ing the scalp. As such, this sham­poo can be poten­tially ben­e­fi­cial as a hair loss treat­ment for trac­tion alope­cia. Most hair prod­ucts deemed to be effec­tive for treat­ment of this par­tic­u­lar type of hair loss work by stim­u­lat­ing the fol­li­cles to pro­duce new hairs by increas­ing cir­cu­la­tion in the scalp and pro­vid­ing nour­ish­ing com­pounds to heal the trau­ma­tised fol­li­cles and induce them to reen­ter their hair pro­duc­ing stage.

Rose­mary and laven­der are com­mon ingre­di­ents in many of the nat­ural hair loss treat­ments that are seen to be effec­tive cir­cu­la­tion aids. It has the added ben­e­fit of not con­tain­ing any of the usual chem­i­cals con­tained in sham­poo that are said to poten­tially dry the scalp and be too harsh on the hair. This sham­poo also con­tains volu­miz­ing ingre­di­ents, which help make the hair appear thicker, use­ful when try­ing to dimin­ish the appear­ance of thin­ning hair. This sham­poo is gen­tle enough to be used daily if desired and can be com­bined with other nat­ural hair growth prod­ucts like Bhringaraj oil.

The ver­dict

John Mas­ters sham­poo con­tains some of the com­mon ingre­di­ents found in spe­cialised nat­ural hair loss treat­ments such as rose­mary and laven­der. As such it could be ben­e­fi­cial for stim­u­lat­ing the scalp to pro­duce more hair.

How­ever, it is impor­tant to note that this is not a sham­poo for­mu­lated specif­i­cally to com­bat hair loss, but is designed for over­all nour­ish­ment and main­te­nance of the hair. There are other herbal prod­ucts on the mar­ket that con­tain some of the active ingre­di­ents in the John Mas­ters sham­poo that are for­mu­lated specif­i­cally to deal with hair loss and can be bet­ter suited for treat­ment of trac­tion alope­cia or thin­ning hair.

Its gen­tle sls free for­mula makes it suit­able for daily use which can go a long way to strength­en­ing weak hair roots, mak­ing them more resilient to styling stresses and strains. It is both effec­tive as a pre­ven­ta­tive mea­sure and for use after thin or lost hair has been restored.

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