Treasured Locks Herbal Hair Balm
with Shea Butter is an infusion of hair fortifying herbs
in an all-natural, plant oil base that features Shea Butter.
No animal products, petroleum based products or fillers are used.
Our salve provides sheen to hair and restores a healthy balance of oils
to the scalp while improving circulation and stimulating
growth. Deeply penetrates to bring nutrients to where they are
needed most. Relieves dry itchy scalp. Our hair
salve consists of an infusion of rosemary, sage, nettle, oatstraw,
burdock root,horsetail, peppermint, lemongrass & lavender
flowers in coconut oil, shea butter, olive oil and tea tree oil.
Benefits of our hair and
Relieves Dry, Itchy Skin-
Oil is a great oil for relief of dry, itchy, sensitive
skin. It is non-comedogenic (does not clog pores) and it absorbs
readily into the skin. Coconut oil is light and non-greasy.
Provides Moisture and
Butter provides moisture to dry or damaged hair from the
roots to the very tips, repairing and protecting against weather
damage, dryness and brittlenesss. It also absorbs quickly and
completely into the scalp to moisturize without clogging
pores. It is particularly beneficial for processed and heat
treated hair. It is an excellent treatment for dry scalp. It
restores luster to damaged hair. Grade
A Olive Oil is high in oleic acid and is a good skin
regenerator. Olive oil acts as a humectant, drawing moisture from the
air to your hair and skin, while allowing normal exfoliation,
perspiration and releasing of sebum to continue.
Tree Oil- this essential oil is obtained through steam
distillation of thefoliage from the Australian tea tree Melaleuca
alternifolia. Tea Tree Oil is a natural substance with a wide variety
of uses. It is environmentally safe and has a long history of use and
clinical data. Tea Tree Oil contains over one hundred
individual organic compounds. Tea Tree Oil has a antifungal
and antibacterial effect, which is extremely beneficial for scalp
problems. Tea Tree Oil also helps control fungal dandruff. Helps to
unblock clogged hair follicles, moisturize the hair and keep the scalp
free of bacteria and fungal problems. Sage-
helps control dandruff and reduces hair loss. Peppermint
Leaves- antiseptic and tonic BurdockRoot-
German researchers have discovered fresh Burdock rootcontains
polyacetylenes, a chemical that kills disease-causing bacteriaand
oil level of the scalp
& StimulatesGrowth- Rosemary-
improves circulation invigorating hair growth. Nettle
Leaf- invigorates scalp and encourages hair
Flowers- relax scalp and stimulate circulation.
source of calcium B-complex vitamins, calcium, flavones, saponins, and
Vitamin A that help strengthen hair. Horsetail-
Infusion of Rosemary, Sage, Nettle, Oatstraw, Burdock Root, Horsetail, Peppermint, Lemongrass & Lavender Flowers in Coconut Oil, Pure Shea Butter, Grade A Refined Olive Oil and Tea Tree Oil
Apply to hair and scalp several times a week as needed to provide moisture, conditioning, softening and to prevent dandruff
By Treasured Locks from West Chester, OH on June 19, 2012
I got my Herbal Hair Balm and it's all liquid. Is there something wrong with it?
By Treasured Locks Staff on June 19, 2012
Answer:It's quite common for the herbal hair balm to melt during transit. In the summer, or if you live in a hot environment, it's likely it's been liquid some point along its journey from us to you. But, don't fret. Nothing is wrong and it can easily be re-solidified.
The melting point of Shea Butter is somewhere around 90º. The melting point of the coconut oil we use is less than that. That's one of the great things about the Herbal Hair Balm, it is liquid at body temperature. So, it's easy to apply and won't build up in your hair. It goes on as a liquid, after you rub it into your palms. But, it's a solid in the jar, making it easy to work with.
If your jar came to you liquid, just store it in a cool place for a while. We pop ours in the fridge just until it sets up. After that, you should be able to store it normally.
By Gwen from Pittsburg, California on October 13, 2012
I just read the answer from another customer about the state of the balm. My question is, because it's comes out like a liquid on your hands, it's not like these creams, because they made my daughter's hair wet and it kinked at the roots. will this be like the creams?
By Treasured Locks Staff on October 15, 2012
Answer:I'm sorry for the confusion. The product is solid at room temperature. It is not normally liquid.
Because it's made of ingredients that melt below body temperature, it sometimes can be liquified during transit in the summer months or when shipping to customers who live in warm climates. The question you read was addressing that situation.