Rewind and Restore

£147.00 £195.00
Mask, Conditioner, Hydrate and Soothe Serum.

Rewind and Restore

Suffering from scalp discomfort? This will deliver some much-needed relief.

3 Products included: Nourish & Stimulate Scalp Mask, Strengthening Essence-Conditioner, Hydrate and Soothe Scalp Serum

Regime Description

If an itchy, easily irritated scalp is the bane of your life, then our simple regime should help calm things down and protect against common aggravators such as pollution, dryness and product build-up.

 

Enjoy the uplifting scents of peppermint, lemongrass and sweet orange essential oils, the perfect way to get your mind into the right focus, especially on a gloomy grey morning!

How to use

  • Apply our Nourish & Stimulate Scalp Mask through your dry, clean scalp and hair (ideally dampened with warm water so the skin and hair cuticles are more porous). Leave it on for 15 minutes, so the aloe vera can go to work calming any inflammation while hydrating meadowfoam seed oil replenishes lost moisture and lactic acid gently exfoliates.

    Rinse thoroughly and apply our Strengthening Essence-Conditioner, which delivers another dose of aloe vera together with conditioning argan oil, while vitamin E works to protect the skin barrier and prevent the dryness that leads to itching.

    After a few minutes, rinse out (in cold water if you can bear it, for an extra boost of shine) and apply Hydrate & Soothe Scalp Serum using the dropper to dispense the product through your scalp. Among its star ingredients is witch hazel to calm any redness, while glycerine provides a protective layer of moisture to minimise further flare-ups. Ideally carry out the regime 2-3 times a week.

Ingredients

Witch Hazel

A natural toner and anti-inflammatory, it’s ideal for treating irritated scalps, as it’s historically been used in skincare remedies for ailments like rashes, insect bites, bruises and minor burns - and is renowned for calming sensitive skin.

Witch Hazel

A natural toner and anti-inflammatory, it’s ideal for treating irritated scalps, as it’s historically been used in skincare remedies for ailments like rashes, insect bites, bruises and minor burns - and is renowned for calming sensitive skin.

Pumpkin Seed Extract

Not only does this clever extract boost hair follicles by nourishing the scalp, research has shown this extract can help block an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase which has been shown to produce a chemical called DHT from testosterone, which causes hair loss.

Pumpkin Seed Extract

Not only does this clever extract boost hair follicles by nourishing the scalp, research has shown this extract can help block an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase which has been shown to produce a chemical called DHT from testosterone, which causes hair loss.

Aloe Vera

You might already be familiar with this ingredient as a popular after-sun or sunburn remedy. It’s a succulent plant that grows in arid landscapes around the world and is full of what’s known as polysaccharides which are famous for their hydrating and anti-inflammatory powers (so it’s a hero for issues like irritation, itching and dryness).

Aloe Vera

You might already be familiar with this ingredient as a popular after-sun or sunburn remedy. It’s a succulent plant that grows in arid landscapes around the world and is full of what’s known as polysaccharides which are famous for their hydrating and anti-inflammatory powers (so it’s a hero for issues like irritation, itching and dryness).

Keratin

This is a protein naturally found in the hair, otherwise known as the building blocks of the hair strand (basically the more protein it has, the stronger it will be). Ideal for boosting shine, fortifying fine hair and rebuilding damaged follicles, it also helps protect hair from future breakages.

Keratin

This is a protein naturally found in the hair, otherwise known as the building blocks of the hair strand (basically the more protein it has, the stronger it will be). Ideal for boosting shine, fortifying fine hair and rebuilding damaged follicles, it also helps protect hair from future breakages.

Silk Peptides

Silkgel is a pioneering new vegan alternative to regular silk peptides, providing a “second skin” effect to the scalp and hair follicles. Produced via a process of fermenting plant starch, it’s been clinically proven to not only repair fragile or damaged hair strands, but also protect the hair and scalp from harmful pollutants as well as bacterial adhesion.

Silk Peptides

Silkgel is a pioneering new vegan alternative to regular silk peptides, providing a “second skin” effect to the scalp and hair follicles. Produced via a process of fermenting plant starch, it’s been clinically proven to not only repair fragile or damaged hair strands, but also protect the hair and scalp from harmful pollutants as well as bacterial adhesion.

Coconut Oil

Packed with essential vitamins and fatty acids as well as delivering a good glug of moisture, coconut is like a nourishing espresso shot for your scalp, stimulating hair growth and helping to repair broken strands.

Coconut Oil

Packed with essential vitamins and fatty acids as well as delivering a good glug of moisture, coconut is like a nourishing espresso shot for your scalp, stimulating hair growth and helping to repair broken strands.

Pro Vitamin B5

Otherwise known as ‘pantothenic acid’, this is great if your scalp is dry and flaky, as it works like a sponge – rapidly absorbing moisture and locking it in. It’s also used to treat wounds and irritation, encouraging skin cell regeneration so your scalp is left fortified and soothed.

Pro Vitamin B5

Otherwise known as ‘pantothenic acid’, this is great if your scalp is dry and flaky, as it works like a sponge – rapidly absorbing moisture and locking it in. It’s also used to treat wounds and irritation, encouraging skin cell regeneration so your scalp is left fortified and soothed.

Camellia Tea Oil

Widely used in Asia, this essential oil is extracted from the seeds of the tea plant. Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, as well as essential fatty acids it delivers an intense hit of nourishment to neglected scalps to stimulate hair follicles and enhance healthy hair growth, while leaving it conditioned.

Camellia Tea Oil

Widely used in Asia, this essential oil is extracted from the seeds of the tea plant. Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, as well as essential fatty acids it delivers an intense hit of nourishment to neglected scalps to stimulate hair follicles and enhance healthy hair growth, while leaving it conditioned.

AHAs

Short for ‘alpha hydroxy acid’, AHAs work to exfoliate the skin on your scalp and stimulate the production of collagen, by kick-starting the skin’s healing mechanisms.

AHAs

Short for ‘alpha hydroxy acid’, AHAs work to chemically exfoliate the skin on your scalp and stimulate the production of collagen, by kick-starting the skin’s healing mechanisms.

Allantoin

Famed for its healing properties, this is an extract from the root of the comfrey plant and is used to both calm irritation and promote skin cell renewal. It’s especially good for sensitive skin too.

Allantoin

Famed for its healing properties, this is an extract from the root of the comfrey plant and is used to both calm irritation and promote skin cell renewal. It’s especially good for sensitive skin too.

Jojoba Beads

Jojoba is a North American plant (pronounced “hohoba”) from which a liquid wax can be extracted and turned into beads that can be used to gently buff away dead skin cells and product build-up on the scalp.

Jojoba Beads

Jojoba is a North American plant (pronounced “hohoba”) from which a liquid wax can be extracted and turned into beads that can be used to gently buff away dead skin cells and product build-up on the scalp.

Argan Oil

This popular haircare ingredient is produced from Argan trees in Morocco and is packed with essential fatty acids and vitamin E to boost elasticity and shine. What makes it particularly great for hair is that it’s lighter than other plant-based oils, so doesn’t leave it feeling greasy or heavy.

Argan Oil

This popular haircare ingredient is produced from Argan trees in Morocco and is packed with essential fatty acids and vitamin E to boost elasticity and shine. What makes it particularly great for hair is that it’s lighter than other plant-based oils, so doesn’t leave it feeling greasy or heavy.

Stearic Acid

This plant extract is a particularly popular ingredient in cleansers, as it’s known for its ability to bind oil and water molecules, lifting away excess grease and dirt.

Stearic Acid

This plant extract is a particularly popular ingredient in cleansers, as it’s known for its ability to bind oil and water molecules, lifting away excess grease and dirt.

Shea Butter

A nut extract from the African shea tree, this is a particularly popular ingredient in skincare, as it is swiftly absorbed without leaving any greasy residue. It’s also renowned for its healing properties making it perfect for alleviating scalp discomfort.

Shea Butter

A nut extract from the African shea tree, this is a particularly popular ingredient in skincare, as it is swiftly absorbed without leaving any greasy residue. It’s also renowned for its healing properties making it perfect for alleviating scalp discomfort.

Retinol

Also known as Vitamin A, retinol works to resurface the skin and speed up cell turnover. Highly prized in facial skincare for its anti-ageing properties, it works to exfoliate the scalp and help protect against UV rays and pollution.

Retinol

Also known as Vitamin A, retinol works to resurface the skin and speed up cell turnover. Highly prized in facial skincare for its anti-ageing properties, it works to exfoliate the scalp and help protect against UV rays and pollution.

Witch Hazel

Witch Hazel

A natural toner and anti-inflammatory, it’s ideal for treating irritated scalps, as it’s historically been used in skincare remedies for ailments like rashes, insect bites, bruises and minor burns - and is renowned for calming sensitive skin.

Pumpkin Seed Extract

Pumpkin Seed Extract

Not only does this clever extract boost hair follicles by nourishing the scalp, research has shown this extract can help block an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase which has been shown to produce a chemical called DHT from testosterone, which causes hair loss.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

You might already be familiar with this ingredient as a popular after-sun or sunburn remedy. It’s a succulent plant that grows in arid landscapes around the world and is full of what’s known as polysaccharides which are famous for their hydrating and anti-inflammatory powers (so it’s a hero for issues like irritation, itching and dryness).

Keratin

Keratin

This is a protein naturally found in the hair, otherwise known as the building blocks of the hair strand (basically the more protein it has, the stronger it will be). Ideal for boosting shine, fortifying fine hair and rebuilding damaged follicles, it also helps protect hair from future breakages.

Silk Peptides

Silk Peptides

Silkgel is a pioneering new vegan alternative to regular silk peptides, providing a “second skin” effect to the scalp and hair follicles. Produced via a process of fermenting plant starch, it’s been clinically proven to not only repair fragile or damaged hair strands, but also protect the hair and scalp from harmful pollutants as well as bacterial adhesion.

Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

Packed with essential vitamins and fatty acids as well as delivering a good glug of moisture, coconut is like a nourishing espresso shot for your scalp, stimulating hair growth and helping to repair broken strands.

Pro Vitamin B5

Pro Vitamin B5

Otherwise known as ‘pantothenic acid’, this is great if your scalp is dry and flaky, as it works like a sponge – rapidly absorbing moisture and locking it in. It’s also used to treat wounds and irritation, encouraging skin cell regeneration so your scalp is left fortified and soothed.

Camellia Tea Oil

Camellia Tea Oil

Widely used in Asia, this essential oil is extracted from the seeds of the tea plant. Rich in antioxidants and vitamins, as well as essential fatty acids it delivers an intense hit of nourishment to neglected scalps to stimulate hair follicles and enhance healthy hair growth, while leaving it conditioned.

AHAs

AHAs

Short for ‘alpha hydroxy acid’, AHAs work to chemically exfoliate the skin on your scalp and stimulate the production of collagen, by kick-starting the skin’s healing mechanisms.

Allantoin

Allantoin

Famed for its healing properties, this is an extract from the root of the comfrey plant and is used to both calm irritation and promote skin cell renewal. It’s especially good for sensitive skin too.

Jojoba Beads

Jojoba Beads

Jojoba is a North American plant (pronounced “hohoba”) from which a liquid wax can be extracted and turned into beads that can be used to gently buff away dead skin cells and product build-up on the scalp.

Argan Oil

Argan Oil

This popular haircare ingredient is produced from Argan trees in Morocco and is packed with essential fatty acids and vitamin E to boost elasticity and shine. What makes it particularly great for hair is that it’s lighter than other plant-based oils, so doesn’t leave it feeling greasy or heavy.

Stearic Acid

Stearic Acid

This plant extract is a particularly popular ingredient in cleansers, as it’s known for its ability to bind oil and water molecules, lifting away excess grease and dirt.

Shea Butter

Shea Butter

A nut extract from the African shea tree, this is a particularly popular ingredient in skincare, as it is swiftly absorbed without leaving any greasy residue. It’s also renowned for its healing properties making it perfect for alleviating scalp discomfort.

Retinol

Retinol

Also known as Vitamin A, retinol works to resurface the skin and speed up cell turnover. Highly prized in facial skincare for its anti-ageing properties, it works to exfoliate the scalp and help protect against UV rays and pollution.