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Our Organic Amla Oil is prepared from dried amla berries. Amla oil has a long tradition in being used for improving the health of hair and scalp. It is one of the world's oldest natural hair conditioners.
Our Amla Oil easily absorbs into, and moisturizes your hair. Amla has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine.
Can be used for:
- promoting hair growth
- strengthening hair roots
- it deep penetrates the scalp
- a hot oil or overnight treatment
- can also be used daily
- best to use after washing your hair or herbal hair treatment out
How to use: organic amla oil is applied onto the hair after washing (and after henna and any herbals hair treatment). It is rubbed through the hair and massaged into the scalp to promote blood circulation. This also brings forth not only natural shine and soft texture, but rejuvenates dry and damaged hair. Use a dime amount at a time. Place this amount in your palm or fingertips. Put onto your skin, and hair. For your hair also brush it through. Organic Amla Oil may also be put directly into your henna or Ayurvedic paste/recipe. Add 1 tsp per 25 grams of powder.
Ingredients: organic Sesamum indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, organic Emblica Officinalis (amla)
I’ve only been using this product for a few weeks and I wanted to wait until I could see the results before I gave a review. My hair has regained its moisture, my hair has stopped shedding, and my edges are no longer thin. This product really works and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to strengthen, moisturize, and regrow their hair.
It really softens the hair shaft.
I add it to my rhassoul clay shampoo mixture and to my damp hair before twist ups. I love the softness and shine if gives my hair but best of all, it is mineral oil free
Love this oil not only for what it does for my hair but how after use I just rub it into my hands without feeling a need to rub it off!
This product works in every way. It provides just enough sheen and lubrication for my hair without feeling or appearing too oily.