elementary3 – Treat Your Scalp Right

Consumer Update

Trichotillomania is a body-focused repetitive behavior which involves pulling out one’s hair – most commonly from the scalp. Though it’s a rare disease (less than 200,000 people in the U.S. have it), it can be a trying disease to cope with.

If you or someone you know suffers from Trichotillomania, consider using hair products from elementary3.

elementary3 was created by a grandmother who wanted to create nourishing products for her granddaughter who suffered from Trichotillomania and ended up with a buzz cut.

These products are all-natural in its design to clean, soothe, and protect for every day fresh cuts. By using their hair detector selector, you can figure out which of their three sets of products it is that you want to choose from – from Bold Cut to Big Cut to Buzz Cut.

elementary3 is centered around the concept that your scalp is your skin too and should be treated well. Their goal is to promote a healthy foundation to vibrate scalp and beautiful hair. And all of elementary3’s products are high quality and designed with freshly groomed cuts in mind.

elementary3’s products include:

  • Scalpoo – to keep the scalp clean daily and perfect for dry and flaky scalps.
  • Hair-too – primarily for dry and brittle hair or a refreshing change from harsh shampoos that strip’s hair’s vitality.
  • Scalpoo-too – natural barrier for hair to fight against tangles and knots before and after every wash.
  • Lubricator-too – a lube to keep the head flake-free and to nourish new growth.
  • Creme-too – hydrates and moisturizes the scalp and hair and acts as an alternative to heavy waxes, greasy, mineral and petrolatum products.

If you’re on the hunt for finding all-natural hair products, be sure to head to elementary3.com.

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