A good wooden comb and a high-quality natural hair brush are essential for natural hair care.
No natural cosmetic product is as individual and perfect for hair care as the hair oil that your skin produces for your hair.
If you want to experience and learn how perfect and intelligent our body is, I recommend at least trying No Poo.
No Poo means No Shampoo. Just as people are concerned about what and how well they eat, more and more people are concerned about what may be in cosmetic products and then consciously decide what they think is advisable for their skin and hair.
In my experience, No Poo works very well if your skin and hair are healthy and you have chosen a suitable comb and natural brush and use it regularly. The biggest benefit of No Poo, in my opinion, is experiencing how ingeniously our bodies work. The skin produces the hair oil. The hair comb sorts the hair, styles the hair and the natural hair brush absorbs the valuable, nourishing hair oil into the bristle and releases it into the dry parts of the hair. If the natural hair bristle becomes too "greasy", clean it with a mild soap and it can reabsorb the hair grease. Knowing and experiencing that our body is so clever that our hair looks shiny, strong and healthy even without shampoo and conditioner brings us ever closer to the many other wonders of nature.
Those who practice No Poo do not need natural cosmetics for their hair.
The company Savion - Feine Seifen produces fine body and hair soaps and is about 20 km away from us. Lupenrein declares which raw materials are used in which quality for the production.
I recommend the hair soaps for people with undyed hair.
The advantage of a solid soap that has really been boiled and contains a re-fattening portion is that you have a natural product in front of you that is free of plastics and does not need preservatives like parabens.
I am not talking about tricky hair soaps. Tricky hair soaps for me are hair soaps that have not been boiled and are made from pressed soap powder. Microplastics may be present here and the origin of the surfactants including the excipients used in the production is unclear and cannot be flawlessly declared.
Savion's hair and body soaps have a moisturising content of approx. 2%. This nourishes the hair and gives it shine.
We recommend the hair soaps for undyed hair with the following application:
Lather up hair soap - wash hair - rinse well - if necessary, apply an acidic rinse with diluted fruit vinegar or lemon juice - done.
For the care of the hair ends we recommend a small amount of Olishea.
Everyone enjoys healthy skin and hair because we show that we are comfortable in our skin and our hair decorates our head.
There are times in our lives when we are not happy with our skin or hair. Our skin is dry, itchy, red or just too oily. Our hair is brittle, too dry, split or falling out.
At this time, we like to reach for the various products of natural cosmetics.
Creams, lotions, cures, packs that promise a lot. As automatically, we rarely look for the cause. Most of the time we look for the solution in a product from outside.
Only when the itching doesn't subside after months, the hair loss doesn't stop, do we start looking for the cause. Once this is found, such as a food intolerance or a deficiency of micronutrients, the cause can be remedied and the skin and hair return to their normal balance.
Skin and hair problems caused by medications such as chemotherapeutic agents require very mild and soothing care from natural cosmetics.
In my experience, when the hair grows back, the wood of the service tree has proven to be the ideal hair comb. The wood of the wild service tree stands for love, has very fine pores and the individual tines can be worked very gently and softly.
You can find information about the types of wood we use here: Types of wood
If you have specific questions about skin and hair, please call us or send us an e-mail.