Herbs we use
Our products contain Premium European Herbs that are trusted by European herbalists for centuries.
Below are some of the natural active extracts found in TrichoKare European Herbal Hair Remedy:
A favourite medicinal herb for centuries, Burdock enjoys great popularity in Europe for various scalp treatments aimed at improving the strength, the shine and the thickness of the hair. It is also used in many herbal formulations to get rid of dandruff and scalp itch.
The use of chamomile traces back to the early days of the Egyptian and Greek civilisations. Due to its natural properties such as anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant, and anti-microbial, chamomile has a rich history as a treatment for ailments and diseases. Besides the ability to nourish and strengthen hair follicles, it can add shine and lustre to hair strands. This plant even neutralises free radicals, preventing the scalp from oxidative stress and ageing.
Horsetail grows throughout the temperate climate zones of the Northern Hemisphere. Reportedly first recommended by the Roman physician Galen, several cultures have employed horsetail as a folk remedy for skin, nails and hair. Herbalists believe that horsetail stimulates the hair follicles while normalizing the sebum level within the scalp.
Not only is lavender a beautiful flower, but it has also recently gained attention for stimulating hair growth. Lavender stimulates circulation in the scalp and helps balance the natural oil production of the scalp. It can kill germs that cause infection while preventing bacteria and fungi from growing, and also soothes and calms the scalp.
Though it has a masculine name, this yellow flowering herb is a pain reliever employed in ancient European treatment. Application on the scalp can boost immunity and relieve symptoms of fungal and bacterial infections. Moreover, it helps to control dandruff and rejuvenate the scalp, preventing premature greying of the hair and hair fall.
Also known as the Stinging Nettles, the use of this herb has been recorded since the early Roman era. Highly valued by herbalists, nettle can nourish the hair follicles and encourage healthy hair. Its highly nutritious contents and effectiveness is prevalent among different cultures for many generations. Nettle also enables the hair with softness and shine while preventing the appearance of excessive white hair.
Widely respected for its value as a hair aid, Rosemary can slow down or even prevent premature hair loss and grey hair. When applied onto the roots and scalp, Rosemary helps clear dandruff and stubborn scalp problems while stimulating the follicles to grow thicker and fuller hair.
Befitting its Latin name salvia, which means “to save”, sage is widely known for its numerous healing attributes. This esteemed herb contains vitamins and minerals that can improve hair growth and add shine to dull hair. It is also a natural moisturiser, making it ideal for the scalp to heal from skin ailments.