anti-sebum adjuvant treatment


Hyper secretion of sebaceous glands and sweat glands is quite widespread. A correct diagnosis can be made by analysing-with a simple magnifying glass-the infundibulum where the hair emerges and the first outer section of the stem.

In the presence of sebum the exit point of the hair will be accompanied by a more or less gelatinous mass consisting of lipid material. The absence of this mass and the presence of small droplets on the stem and on the scalp, is-on the other hand-a sign of an excessive production of sweat glands, accompanied by a slightly perceptible scent of ammonia.

A suitable normalization of the secretions will lighten heavy hair or hair that has difficulty holding a style. It should also be remembered that excessive sebaceous secretions can lead to the formation of dandruff and so worsen the symptoms.



The Équisebo formulas, based on rare Essential Oils of Eugenia Caryophyllus, Pinus Sylvestris and Salvia Officinalis, guarantee a normalising of secretions whilst maintaining the protective function of the hydrolipidic coating of the scalp.