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Kartalin Shampoo - Herbs that make it work

Kartalin Shampoo - Herbs that make it work

By KARTALIN Editor | August 27, 2019
Kartalin Shampoo - Herbs that make it work
Many people who suffer from scalp psoriasis find it very difficult to treat. Resulting flakes, which looks like dandruff are very distinct. It’s annoying for patients who constantly suffer not just with sore and itchiness, but also with dry, flaky scalp and dandruff. Shampoos are a really good option of how to remove dead skin cells. The challenge is to find a product, which doesn’t damage and irritate already sensitive skin with chemicals or steroids.

Briefly about history

In the early 2018 ASTROPHARMA, the producer of Kartalin ointment, begun with a development of a shampoo formula. The motivation was reasonable – based on studies, almost 80% of psoriasis patients have rapid production of skin cells on the scalp. Usually treatment of a head area comes from oils, ointments or steroids, etc. Fully organic Kartalin cream was helpful and had significant results, the problem was to remove ointment from the hair after that. An outcome of the research was obvious. Psoriasis shampoos are generally dedicated to treat the scalp and remove oils, not to clean the hair. It was necessary to add a second step of the shampoo, to get a regular hair cleaning effect after removing the ointment with the first shampoo. However, both of the shampoos have to have a special formula to provide beneficial vitamins and supplements which hair and scalp after skin cell removal need. Here are three ingredients you can find in Kartalin shampoo and have staggering effects for the skin.

Chamomile extract

Chamomile’s therapeutic effects on the inflammatory skin conditions are known since ancient times and were proven and documented on many studies. Chamomile relieves pain, itching and swelling. Hamazulen contained in silica has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Choline, for example is perfect healing component and polysaccharides are good moisturizers.

Bidens tripartita

Bidens tripartita is highly used in Russia as a traditional medicine, because of its anticancer, anti-inflammatory antioxidant effects. This plant is harvested from the wild, the flowers are dried for later use. It prevents skin irritation, moisturize and prevent from unpleasant itching.

Provitamin B5

This vitamin is also known as panthenol, helps with healing and relieving the skin. There’s a whole chemical process going on in the body after applying B5 on your skin. Provitamin B5 is absorbed by the skin and converted to Vitamin B5, which moisturises, calms, repairs and revitalises skin. It also stabilises the skin’s barrier function, reduce the amount of lost water and improves elasticity.

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