Sorion Shampoo - 200ml

Sorion Shampoo - 200ml


  • Intensive treatment for rough, reddened & irritated scalp
  • Helps relieve symptoms of psoriasis
  • Contains a unique blend of Ayurvedic plants
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Description

Sorion Shampoo uses a blend of Ayurvedic plant ingredients to bring intensive relief to reddened, rough, and irritated scalps, while gently cleansing the hair.

Ayurvedic plants have been used for several thousand years in India as an alternative treatment for a range of health conditions. This includes skin conditions such as psoriasis, as well as heat blisters, boils, and even leprosy.

This shampoo uses a combination of coconut oil, neem, turmeric, dyers root, and sweet indrajao. It avoids the chemical irritants such as colours and preservatives that are often found in household shampoos and soaps. This makes it well suited to sensitive scalps. It can even be used on flaky, irritated, and red skin, as well as skin affected by psoriasis.

These ingredients have wide-ranging health benefits for the skin.  Together they bring antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral properties that soothe the skin and promote repair, protection, and long-lasting skin health.

This formula is mild enough to be used daily by all hair types, and can be used alongside other treatments for dry skin conditions, such as psoriasis.

Ingredients

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Directions

Massage Sorion Shampoo gently onto the scalp. Once you have left it for as long as possible, rinse out with lukewarm water.

This shampoo can be used in combination with the Sorion Head Fluid for a more complete care routine for dry, reddened, itchy scalp.

Precautions

Like all shampoos, Sorion Shampoo is for external use only.  Shake well before use and take care to avoid contact with the eyes. Keep the bottle in a cool, dark place away from children’s sight and reach.

Due to the many natural ingredients contained in this product, its colour and consistency may vary. This does not affect its healing properties.

You can use this shampoo during pregnancy. If in doubt, check with your doctor.

Do not use if you are hypersensitive to any of the ingredients.

Please check the label before use to confirm you are not allergic to any of the ingredients. Only for external use. Do not apply onto open wounds or infected, cracked skin. Avoid direct sunlight immediately after use. Avoid contact with the eyes, mouth, and mucous membrane.

Side Effects

Sorion Shampoo has no known side effects and no interactions with other medicinal products have been reported.

Sorion products contain the ingredient Curcuma longa rhizome extract derived from turmeric roots. Studies have shown that turmeric extracts can lead to adverse effects - so at HelloSkin we advise you to test your Sorion product on a small skin area before applying it on your affected skin area.

How to test for unwanted skin reaction: Apply a small amount of the product on your inner lower forearm. Rub it in and allow it to dry on the skin. Do not wash the area for at least 30 minutes before evaluating potential reactions.

What are the signs for a reaction: In skin care products the typical adverse effects are redness, swelling, itching, burning, bumps, or other unusual appearance or feeling of your skin.

What to do: If you do not experience visible or tactile reaction to the product, then it’s most likely that you will not react negatively to the product on your affected body area. If you unfortunately experienced a reaction to the product you should stop using it immediately, contact HelloSkin, and if your reaction is persistent please contact your GP!

Scientific Research

For people with Psoriasis

HelloSkin’s experts were not able to find clinical data on the use of Sorion Shampoo in people with psoriasis. However, the product contains two natural ingredients, Curcuma longa rhizome extract (curcumin), and Rubia cordifolia root and stem extracts, which might provide therapeutic benefits for skin health.

In a small study, a gel formulation with 1% curcumin showed improvement in psoriasis (1). But, the currently published studies are limited and further studies will be essential to better evaluate their effect in psoriasis.


References

  1. Br J Dermatol. 2000 Nov;143(5):937-49
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