As our shampoos are made with organic ingredients using conventional techniques, your scalp may take some time to adapt to them completely. We refer to this adjustment period as the 'transition phase'.
What to expect during transition phase-?
The scalp and hair may feel oily / waxy. When you comb through the lengths, you'll find residue coming off as well.
The strands may feel very dry too and you may even encounter hair fall more than usual.
You may even encounter both the extremes.It would vary from individual to individual depending on how damaged your hair are, your genetics, product build up, hard water and if you've picked the right shampoo for your hair.
What to do during transition?
* DO NOT give up.
* Try ACV rinse - dilute ACV with water and use for one last rinse after shampoo. Remember oily scalp loves more ACV and dry scalp loves less ACV.
*For a better shampoo experience, create lather on hands with our bar or liquid shampoo and then apply onto wet hair.
*Shampoo twice if required but do not overuse
*Rinse well, really well!
How long does the transition last?
While everyone's transition varies in terms of time, we've observed it typically takes 7 to 8 washes to adapt to our organic shampoos. For some it may take no time and for some it may take longer than the typical time window but you'll get through if you don't give up.
However, if the scalp doesn't seem to adapt it's possible that organic shampoos are not for you. Just like every skin demands different care, scalps also have their own specific requirements.
Patch test recommended before use.
Stop if irritation occurs.
Store in cool a dry place away from direct sunlight & moisture.
For topical application only.
Keep away from children.
Consult your physician for use during pregnancy.
Avoid contact with eye. If contact occurs, rinse immediately with water.
If you apply it directly on your hair without creating a lot of lather, you are likely to have sections of hair with soap oils, and feel a little waxy. So it is essential to lather up really well, and rinse even better.
For the first few weeks of usage, you might find that your hair is a bit sticky and oily.
This is the effect of switching to an organic shampoo, which cleans up the silicone and petrochemical build-up in the hair and scalp.
Once the detoxification is complete, your hair will become soft, silky and shiny!.
For a long-lasting bar, keep it in a well-drained soap dish or shelf so that it can dry well.