Ayurvedic Herbal Hair Mask

AYURVEDIC HERBAL HAIR MASK 

I created this gorgeous blend to give everything the hair needs. Nourish hair and make it stronger, healthier and defined. Based on 5 Top Ayurvedic Herbs:

Cassia Strengthen

Amla Promote growth

Hibiscus Shine

Fenugreek Thicker strands

Aloe Vera Moisture

AYURVEDIC HERBAL HAIR MASK RECIPE

Place the quantity of powder you’ll need for your hair length in a bowl.

How much powder should I use?

25 gm. x 1 = Short Hair (Men)
25 gm. x 2 = Medium Hair
25 gm. x 3 = Large Hair
25 gm. x 4 = Extra Large Hair

Slowly add warm distilled water to your powder and mix well. Once your consistency meets that of yogurt the mix is ready.

Apply onto your hair clean and humid by sections and thoroughly massage into your hair to reach your scalp. Allow this mask to be in your hair at least 1 hr up to 2 hours.

Rinse and wash your hair thoroughly. These products are natural herbs so they can take a long time to rinse, keep that in mind.

Dry and style as usual.

This mask can be used every 2-3 weeks. This will not color your hair.

Other liquids that you can use for this mask are:

  • Aloe Vera juice, make sure is organic
  • Shea butter melted add the powder, let it cool before applying
  • With your favorite conditioner, just add some water

You can add a couple of spoons of AYURVEDIC HERBAL HAIR MASK to any mask of your hair care routine also good if you like to infuse some oils for your scalp, the massage with oils promote growth.

Pure Organic Indigo Powder

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Product Details

COMMON NAME: Indigo

OTHER NAME: Nili, Indian Indigo.

BOTANICAL NAME: Indigofera tinctoria Linn.

PLANT FAMILY: Fabaceae

PART USED: Dried Leaf Powder

OVERVIEW: People have used indigo alone or in combination with henna to dye their hair black since thousands of years.

PHYTOCONSTITUENTS: Indigotin. Indigofera tinctoria plants contain the glucosides indicant. After soaking the plants in water, enzymic hydrolysis transforms indicant into indoxyl and glucose. Indigotin (often also called indigo or indigo-blue) formation results from the grouping of two molecules of indoxyl in the presence of oxygen.

PRECAUTIONS: None known.
For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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