Lemon Mint Aloe – Oily Hair


Lemon juice, mint & organic green tea infusion, and aloe vera come together to control the oiliness of your scalp while strengthening your hair & encouraging healthy growth, and soothing your scalp. Balance your scalp’s oil production while maintaining soft, smooth hair that smells fresh!

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  • Saponified organic olive oil
  • Saponified organic coconut oil
  • Green tea & mint infusion (distilled water, organic green tea leaves, dried mint)
  • Aloe vera
  • Saponified grapeseed oil
  • Saponified organic castor oil
  • Saponified organic jojoba oil
  • Fresh organic lemon juice
  • Organic litsea cubeba essential oil
  • Lavender essential oil
  • Rosemary essential oil
  • Peppermint essential oil
  • Dried mint

Mint helps control oiliness of the hair while moisturizing the scalp. It rejuvenates and refreshes your hair, making it bright and soft. The scent helps wake up your mind and body, clear headaches and open sinuses.

Lemon juice helps remove excess oil while encouraging healthy hair growth & soothing the scalp. It can help with hair loss prevention, and fighting & preventing dandruff.

Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair.

Organic green tea helps remove excess oil from hair & scalp, while stimulating the growth of healthy hair. It also helps in preventing and curing common hair problems such as dandruff and psoriasis by reducing the inflammation. Green tea is also known to stimulate the hair growth and soften the hair. It contains polyphenols, vitamin E and vitamin C, which are known to boost lustrous hair.

Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint Essential Oil is cooling and refreshing essential oil is used in aromatherapy to stimulate the mind, increase mental agility and to increase focus, while cooling the skin, reducing redness and calming irritation and itchiness.

What Does “Saponified” Mean?

Saponification is the chemical reaction used in the soap making process. When the oils and fats are combined with lye (a strong alkali) they are called saponified. At the end of the process the lye is all gone, and you are left with just soap. To learn more about this, have a look at my blog post on the subject.


About “Filler” Oils

Cheaper oils are often used as a “filler” but I don’t use them because they don’t add much nutrient value to the soap.

I don’t use palm oil in any of my products, since its production is harmful to the environment, destroying critical habitat for many endangered species, as well as being linked with the eviction of forest-dwelling peoples. Find out more here.

I only use high quality oils and butters that are filled with beneficial nutrients for the skin. Learn more about this on my blog.

Additional Information

Weight 0.09 kg
Dimensions 9 × 3.2 × 5.2 cm

Nut Free


Anti-Ageing, Greasy Hair, Masculine, Moisturising, Sensitive Skin, Skin Clearing, Vegan

Scent Type

Citrus, Herbal, Medium, Minty