Sebum Balancing Treatment Step by Step:
- Pre-Treatment Peeling: Innovative drops to moisturize the scalp for better elimination of dandruff and excess sebum. Enriched with Tea Tree Oil, with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, prepare the scalp to absorb the K05 treatment. Apply a few drops of Pre-treatment Peeling on the scalp 2 times a week before the Sebum balancing Shampoo and Lotion. Massage gently for at least 3 minutes especially in the most critical area. Use warm water to better distribute the products rinse well and use K05 Sebum Balancing Shampoo.
- Sebum Balancing Lotion: Target lotion formulated with a progressive action to restore the natural and healthy balance of the scalp. Normalizes the activity of the sebaceous glands using natural ingredients such as Lavender and Rose. Rather than using an astringent on the follicle, the product helps to dissolve sebum that has hardened on the scalp and may potentially be blocking hair follicles. It gives hair renewed shine and vitality. Distribute the content of one vial evenly over the scalp. Massage gently for at least 3 minutes and then comb hair as usual. Do not rinse. We recommend applying the massaging the lotion twice a week on damp hair at least for 3 weeks as an intense therapy, then reduce to once a week.
- Sulfur Cream Shampoo – Intensive Treatment: Designed to fight the flaking of the scalp and excess sebum. Special cleansing formula with sulfur minerals that has purifying, exfoliating, antiseborrheic and keratolytic properties. It helps eliminate the itching associated with a flaky scalp. Sulfur is effective for dealing with itchy, flaky scalp as it kills the bacteria that cause these problems.Relives skin problems effectively. Removes dry and flaky skin. Moisturises and rejuvenates skin. Hair is left shiny, healthy and voluminous. Wet Hair Thoroughly. Massage a small amount into hair and scalp. Rinse well. We recommend using the shampoo twice a week as an intensive treatment in combination with K05 Sebum Balancing products. Then reduce to once every two weeks.