Clinically Certified Haircare Products From Australian Bodycare

In the United Kingdom, a lot of people suffer from scalp problems, such as dandruff and troubled, dry scalp. Most people understand the importance of treating their skin well by using a cream on a daily basis. However, they do not treat their scalp nearly as well, although it is exposed to potentially multiple sources of problems every day.

For this reason, Australian Bodycare has developed a series of haircare products, serving the purpose of protecting the scalp and preventing scalp ailments.

To document the effect of our scalp cure and our hair cleaning shampoo, we have carried out a clinical test.

This test had 25 people with scalp problems participating. The participants used scalp cure and hair cleaning shampoo for 8 weeks.

The results were:

Source: Clinical study, Hamilton, Polen, 2017 – Read more here

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Scalp cure and hair cleaning shampoo treating scalp issues such as dandruff and troubled, dry scalp.

Pictures of the scalp, taken with a microscope by a dermatologist

The scalp before the test

The scalp after 4 weeks

The scalp after 8 weeks

The scalp before the test

The scalp after 4 weeks

The scalp after 8 weeks

The scalp before the test

The scalp after 4 weeks

The scalp after 8 weeks

The scalp before the test

The scalp after 4 weeks

The scalp after 8 weeks

Overall results of the test:

– 88% of the participants say that the scalp cure treated their scalp problem.

– 88% of the participants say that the scalp cure treated their scalp problem.

– 84% of the participants would recommend scalp cure and hair clean.

– 92% of the participants say that hair cleaning and scalp cure are just as good or better than comparable products.

– 92% of the participants experienced a soothing effect.

– 100% of the participants reported that scalp cure makes the scalp adequately moist.

– 84% of the participants say that hair cleaning scrubs the hair of impurities, such as dandruff, efficiently while keeping the hair fresh and tidy.

The test has been carried out in accordance with

Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No. 1223/2009 of 30 November 2009 on cosmetic products.

  • Cosmetics Europe – The Personal Care Association (previously COLIPA) Guidelines “Product Test Guidelines for the Assessment of Human Skin Compatibility 1997.”
  • Cosmetics Europe – The Personal Care Association (previously COLIPA) Guidelines for the Evaluation of the Efficacy of Cosmetic Products 2008.