Oil massaging of hair and scalp has been an age old tradition in India. Areesa Botanicals Ayurvedic Hair oil is full of ingredients good for hair such as Amla, Bhringraj, Neem, Castor oil and Black Seed oil in a base of coconut, Sesame and sunflower oils with Rosemary, Tea-tree and many other wonderful plant and essential oils. Regular massage of scalp and hair reveals strong and healthy hair, and prevents hair loss. This Ayurvedic hair oil is an intensive treatment for dry, damaged hair which works from within. It penetrates deep into the scalp to nourish the roots and reveal strong and healthy hair.
Please patch test before use.
Size - 2 fl oz
Directions: Use 3-4 pumps of oil (or more, depending on the length of your hair) and apply it on your scalp. Work your way from scalp to ends. Leave for a minimum of 30 minutes to an hour before shampooing as normal. For best results, leave overnight and shampoo in the morning. Use 2-3 times a week for best noticeable results.
To observe a noticeable difference, take pictures of affected area before use and occasionally to compare.
Safe to use for all ages
KEY INGREDIENTS IN AREESA BOTANICALS AYURVEDIC HAIR OIL
Amla is the key when it comes to hair growth and strength. This tart berry rich in Vitamin C and Calcium, stimulates hair growth, and prevents premature greying of hair. Strengthens the hair follicle and roots, prevents hair fall.
Fenugreek/Methi Strengthens hair roots and stimulates blood flow to the scalp, which may improve hair growth. There are also certain claims that it may help with alopecia, and reviving dead hair follicle to encourage new growth.
Black seed oil Contains Thymoquinone, which is said to help with alopecia and thinning hair.
Neem Contains anti fungal and antibacterial properties, helps prevent dandruff and keeps the scalp healthy.
Bhringraj In Ayurveda, Bhringraj is said to be excellent for hair as it promotes growth, strengthens, and prevents premature greying of the hair
Rosemary Improves blood circulation to the scalp and encourages hair growth.