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Natures Gentle Touch combats dandruff with improved products

Natures Gentle Touch combats dandruff with improved products

Consumers who suffer from dandruff can now heave a sigh of relief as Natures Gentle Touch, one of Nigeria’s leading personal style brand has improved their Tea Tree Anti-Dandruff Treatment, from 100ml to 250ml.

Speaking about the Tea Tree Anti-Dandruff haircare range, General Manager, Natures Gentle Touch, Chijioke Anaele, stated that the therapy consists of anti-dandruff shampoo, anti-dandruff ‎‎instant conditioner, anti-dandruff ‎‎leave-in treatment.

Others include; anti-dandruff daily scalp therapy and anti-dandruff scalp protector were designed to relieve dandruff‎ ‎ fight, itching,‎ alleviate dryness‎, ‎‎eliminate flakes and conditions the scalp.‎

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Dandruff is an irritating scalp condition marked by constant itching and flakes of the skin on the scalp. It can be very embarrassing if not well treated and managed.

Anaele also affirmed that the constant itching that arises from dandruff can lead to permanent scalp damage and added that dandruff is known to weaken the root of the hair, thereby making it prone to breakage.

“This treatment is based on the essential Tea Tree Oil, which is known for its anti-microbial and therapeutic properties. It has been tested and shown to relieve dandruff, condition the scalp and fight itching. The treatment also has a blend of rich natural ingredients like Jojoba oil, avocado oil, shea butter and other herbal extracts that acts to improve the health of the hair during treatment.”

In its over two decades of operation, Recare Ltd, owners of Natures Gentle Touch & Hairsavvy brands has become one of the leaders in the manufacturing and marketing of beauty and personal care products in Africa.

With operations in Nigeria and South Africa, the company has developed treatments that enable the fight and control of dandruff, a major hair and scalp problem of Nigerian women.