Herbs and Women’s Hair Loss


Haer! Haer! Tonic

Specific herbs can be used for the treatment of hair thining and hair loss in women of all ages.

Haer Haer Tonic and Lotion
“I’m using both the internal tonic and the lotion. The lotion is particularly impressive. It actually colours my hair. I received the Haer Haer mix in May, the Haer Haer lotion is very good, not only does it help improve the texture it also colours which means I have replaced the hair dye with a semi permanent colour.” Val, London.

Bhringaraj Hair Oil

Bhringaraj’ means ‘King of Hair’ in Sanskrit. This oil is traditionally used in India to nourish, improve hair growth, and strengthen the hair. Its rejuvenating properties can help to prevent early greying and balding in both women and men. Our Bhringaraj is made from organic herbs and organic coconut oil.

Directions for use: Apply to the scalp 1 or 2 times daily. Gently massage the oil into the scalp and allow it to be absorbed into your scalp. Use at night and wash hair in the morning, or use as an oily hair dressing.

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Soapwort – Pure Herbal Soap for Skin and Hair

Avoid all the chemicals, petrochemicals and animal products (tallow) found in commercial soaps and shampoos, even found in so-called ‘natural’ products.

Soapwort’s native range extends throughout Europe to western Siberia. It grows in cool places at low or moderate elevations under hedgerows and along the shoulders of roadways. Soapwort was originally grown near woollen mills so it was handy for washing wool. Plants have also been found near the sites of old Roman baths. Flowers smell somewhat like Cloves.

The root is rich in saponins and produces a natural soapy lather in water. Not just used for making soap, the plant can also be used to make a shampoo for dry, itchy scalp – although try to avoid getting shampoo in the eyes as it can irritate them.

Soapwort was used to wash the Turin Shroud. Still used today in cleaning old fabrics. This probably helped in its preservation because Soapwort contains a fungicide. A decoction of the plant can be applied externally to treat itchy skin, eczema, psoriasis, acne and boils.

Our SkinClear Soap is simply a mixed powder of soapwort root, comfrey, slippery elm powder, marshamallow root, oats and lavender flowers – all perfect for your skin’s health and cleanlines. It is gentle on the skin, healing for skin problems and a highly effective natural cleanser – for eczema, psoriasis, fungal infections (ringworm/tinia), and general health. Place some of the powder in your hand, add a little water and wash your whole body; or you can put some of the powder in a flannel or loofah, perfect!


Just to say I’m absolutely thrilled with the results of the shampoo you sent me recently. After only one application it’s made my hair appear so much thicker and given it so much more body that it looks like it’s thickened up three times the amount to what it was almost overnight!  So big thumbs up for that product! Merle


Then wash your hair with our Soapwort Shampoo. Made from soapwort root, yucca and lavender – nothing else – pure and simple. Yucca is known for its help in hair loss, hair thinning and baldness (including tinea or ringworm in the scalp which causes bald patches). Washes and softens your hair and cleanses your scalp; conditions and cleans – couldn’t be more natural.

Buy our unique SkinClear Soap Powder:
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Buy our SkinClear Shampoo Powder
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Hormonal flushes and menopause treatment
Sexual stimulant for women
Thrush and Candida
Herbal hair colours for safe natural hair and to cover gray
Weight loss
Too much hair on the body
Breast health
Breast shape
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