Herbal Ayurvedic hair care ritual. Use hair masks to strengthen hair follicles, promote hair growth, fight dandruff and improve premature gray hair. First, apply a natural oil to your hair, such as hibiscus or aloe vera. Create a natural powder that matches your hair type and dosha. Mix it with rose water or water to form a paste and apply it all over your scalp. Then cover your scalp with a banana leaf or a warm towel to help your scalp retain the goodness of the oil and paste. Do this to him at least twice a week for effective results.
1. Add 2 spoons of Shikakai powder, Amla powder and fresh hibiscus leaves. Grind into a coarse mixture.
2. Add fresh aloe vera gel or rose water to this paste
3. Divide the scalp and apply this paste evenly.
4. Cover your head with a warm towel
5. After 30 minutes, wash your hair with natural shampoo
6. Bun your hair so that the mask stays compact and absorbs well into your hair.
An excellent powder for practicing cilolepam is Keshamrut Hair & Scalp Cleanser, made from a 150-year-old Himalayan recipe. A powerful herbal pack and powder shampoo made with herbs such as Shikakai, Aretha, Kalonji, Turmeric, Amla and Hibiscus. Keep it fresh.
Another important aspect of hair growth is providing hydration and conditioning to dry, brittle hair. Styling, color treatments and the application of heat often damage the follicle and hair texture. The scalp needs proper nourishment to boost cell turnover and stimulate dormant hair follicles, improving hair texture and shine. has a great impact on softening and detangling hair. Try our DIY conditioning mask for dry hair.
1. 2 tsp cold-pressed coconut oil
2. Aloe vera gel 1 scoop
3. 1 tbsp coconut milk
4. 1 Vitamin E Capsule
5. Mix these ingredients in a bowl and apply evenly along the scalp and hair to the ends
6. After leaving for 30 minutes, wash off with natural shampoo
Hair health is based on many factors, including genetics, environment, diet, stress levels, lifestyle, and the products you use. Practicing yoga asanas that stimulate blood flow to the scalp is also very beneficial. These could be Halasana, Sirsasana, or Sarvangasana. Meditation is another important practice that lowers cortisol levels in the body and allows for healthy hair growth. See the gradual transformation of your body by following the rituals and ingredients of the Indian Science of ours, a treasure trove of beauty secrets that nature has hidden for us. Try these DIY hair masks and let us know how your hair feels.
Input by Radhika Iyer, Founder of Anahata Organics, Entrepreneur, Yogini and Climber