Infused with aromatic Ayurvedic herbs, the aim of this is oil is to strengthen and provide nourishment to the hair and scalp. All herbs have been specifically chosen for their wonderful abilities to prevent hair loss and encourage regrowth.
All ingredients are 100% Organic and natural. There are no nasties in there what so ever!
Amber glass bottles are used for these products, not only is it environmentally friendly, but it is also 100% non toxic!
The dark amber colour also protects against UV light and protects the integrity of the ingredients within.
What can this oil be used for?
Hair & Scalp
Hot oil treatment
To repair damaged or chemically treated hair
Thinning edges & hairline
Before using the oil, please perform a patch test for at least 24 hours. This is to ensure you are not sensitive to the ingredients.
(This can be on the forearm or the back of the neck)
1.Wash and condition your hair.
2. Massage your scalp prior to applying the oil for a minimum of 2
minutes. So set your timer!
Massaging the scalp is a very important step, it helps to stimulate
blood circulation, dilate blood vessels beneath the skin which in turn encourages hair growth.
Use the flats of your fingers (not your fingernails).
3. Section the hair and use the pipette provided to distribute the
oil throughout the scalp. This oil is potent. A little goes a long way!
4. Repeat step 2.
5. Style hair as desired
Our 10 ml mini size comes in an Amber glass roller ball bottle. Perfect for applying the oil directly to the scalp.
ideal for braids and locs.
Keep the oil in a dark and dry place, keep tightly sealed.
Due to the herbal content and essential oils, this product is not suitable for children or pregnant women.
Cocos nucifera (organic extra virgin coconut oil), organic plea europaea (extra virgin olive oil), Persea americana oil (Avocado oil), rosmarinus officials (organic rosemary essential oil,and our proprietary blend of ayurvedic herbs.
This product is 100% Natural and may arrive to you in solid form during winter months. You can place sealed bottle in an inch of warm water or simply place on a radiator until it liquifies.
It is important to acknowledge that there are a number of internal and external factors that can contribute to hair loss. These can include: Stress, illness, Diet, Nutrition, Hormonal changes (such as post partum shedding), Medical conditions, Radiation therapy, Chemical treatments, Hairstyles (such as tight braids & locs that can cause traction alopecia) , Iron deficiency, headwear, the list is actually endless!
So please take any possible contributing factors into account.