Guide on Melaleuca Shampoo by Druide: benefits and usage tips

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Guide on Melaleuca Shampoo by Druide: Benefits and Usage Tips

The Melaleuca shampoo, also known as tea tree oil shampoo, is a hair care product gaining popularity for its many benefits for hair and scalp. In this article, we will explore in detail what Melaleuca shampoo is, its properties, benefits, and how to use it effectively.

What is Melaleuca?

The Melaleuca, better known as tea tree, is a tree native to Australia. The essential oil extracted from its leaves is known for its antiseptic, antifungal, and antibacterial properties. It is commonly used in various care products, including shampoos.

Composition and properties of Melaleuca Shampoo

  • Natural antiseptic: ideal for deep cleansing and reducing impurities.
  • Antifungal: effective against dandruff and various scalp issues.
  • Soothing: reduces itching and irritation.

Benefits of Melaleuca Shampoo

  • Fights Dandruff: tea tree oil helps control excess sebum and eliminate dandruff.
  • Relieves Itching: provides immediate relief for irritated scalps.
  • Strengthens Hair: contributes to the health and vigor of hair.

And for the active ingredients:

  • GLYCERIN: Moisturizing, humectant.
  • ARGININE: Amino acid that strengthens hair.
  • CAPRYLYL/CAPRYL GLUCOSIDE: Surfactant, cleansing agent.
  • LEVULINIC ACID: pH control agent.
  • MELALEUCA ALTERNIFOLIA (TEA TREE/ARBRE A THE) OIL: Antifungal and antibacterial tea tree oil.
  • URTICA DIOICA (NETTLE/ORTIE) EXTRACT: Soothing and revitalizing nettle extract for the scalp.
  • SOLIDAGO CANADENSIS (GOLDENROD/VERGE D'OR) EXTRACT: Soothing and antioxidant goldenrod extract.
  • ADIANTUM CAPILLUS VENERIS LEAF EXTRACT: Extract from the maidenhair fern leaf, may have softening properties.
  • SERPILLUM (WILD THYME/THYM SAUVAGE) EXTRACT: Antibacterial and toning wild thyme extract.
  • POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM GLUCONATE, CITRIC ACID: Preservatives and pH control agents.
  • PYRIDOXINE HCI: Form of vitamin B6 beneficial for scalp health.

How to use Melaleuca Shampoo

To make the most of your tea tree shampoo, here are some tips:

  • Frequency of Use: use 2 to 3 times per week for optimal effects over 3 consecutive weeks, then alternate with a mild shampoo, such as Pur&Pure shampoo.
  • Application: shampoo twice and massage gently onto the scalp; leave it on for a few minutes before rinsing.
  • Combination with Other Products: it can be combined with Pur&Pure conditioner for a complete care routine.

Choosing the Right Shampoo

It is crucial to select a quality shampoo to fully enjoy its benefits.

For example, Druide's purifying organic shampoo is an interesting option. This product is specifically designed to address the needs of oily scalps with flakes and/or itching. It is formulated without sulfates and silicones, ensuring a gentle and scalp- and hair-friendly care.

Why we love this shampoo?

  • Natural composition: this shampoo uses medicinal plants and phytoplankton, rich in natural sulfur, to maintain the balance and sanitation of the scalp.
  • Antifungal actions: thanks to tea tree and lavender extracts, it effectively combats the fungus responsible for dandruff, while promoting healing and soothing the scalp.
  • Hair nourishment: the nourishing plant ingredients of this shampoo help restore hair hydration.
  • Stimulates hair growth: Arginine in the formula promotes hair growth by improving root irrigation and elasticity of the lengths.
  • Sensory experience: the shampoo offers a refreshing and soothing sensory complex, adding a touch of aromatherapy to each use.

The organic purifying shampoo from Druide comes in a 250 ml squeeze bottle, making its use practical and economical.


Choosing a quality Melaleuca shampoo, like the Druide product, ensures optimal hair care while respecting the delicate nature of the scalp. Its natural ingredients and formulation without harmful chemicals make it an ideal choice for those looking to combine effectiveness and naturalness in their hair care routine.

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