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January 09, 2020
Using Nature to Preserve Your Crowning Glory
Today pollution, unhealthy eating and lifestyle, poor water quality, and increasing stress are taking their toll on the overall health of people – this includes hair. The problems of rough, dull, frizzy, and unmanageable hair, along with complaints of thinning, loss and baldness are on the rise. Additionally, the desire to keep pace with trends and experiment with one’s looks is pushing people to hair coloring, using various chemicals, and regularly putting their crowning glory through various ‘treatments’. There needs to be an effective and sustainable solution to the many problems, and Indian herbs for hair care seem to be this solution. Ayurvedic products have consistently proven to be effective for all types of hair problems, while being simple and safe. In order to root out hair problems, it is important to maintain consistency in the kind of ingredients one uses to care for one’s mane – use shampoos and conditioners with natural ingredients. Ingredients such as Brahmi, Mulethi, Methi, Ajwain, Curry Leaves, and Argan Oil are proven to significantly improve the quality of hair and maintain the quality for a long time.
This herb is highly effective in treating a dry and damaged scalp, thereby helping to reduce hairfall. Brahmi is extremely potent in combating split ends and dandruff as well. In addition, to being a great ‘protector’ of hair, brahmi is also a stress reliever and the oil has a soothing effect when massaged into hair.
Mulethi or Licorice Root
This helps to cure scalp infections given its anti-bacterial properties. It also deeply cleanses the scalp and hair, giving a shinier and healthier appearance to your mane. Mulethi is effective in removing excessive oiliness thus preventing hair loss, and also stimulates follicles to promote new hair growth. Premature greying of hair can be prevented too with regular use of mulethi.
Methi or Fenugreek
This is commonly prepared as a dish across the country, and it is also extremely helpful for hair care. The seeds are a great source of essential components that promote healthy hair and skin - folic acid, Vitamins A, C and K. The Methi seeds are also a great source of protein and nicotinic acid – they help to significantly reduce hair fall and dandruff. Additionally, they also help to lessen hair thinning and dryness on the scalp.
Ajwain or Carom Seeds
Carom seeds or Ajwain help to arrest the premature greying of hair. In addition, the seeds and the oil are high on nutritional value, containing - Protein, Fats, Minerals, Fibre, Carbohydrates, calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, thiamine, iron, and niacin.
Curry Patta or Curry Leaves
These leaves have an abundance of proteins and beta-carotene – helping to decrease hair loss and promote the growth of hair. The amino acids and antioxidants help to moisturize the scalp, which in turn strengthens hair follicles. A paste of the leaves helps to remove dead hair follicles. These dead follicles are sometimes the reason for dandruff.
Use this oil for softer and manageable oil – it is now found in some natural ingredients based shampoos and conditioners too. This oil is abundant in vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and antioxidants, helping to enhance the elasticity of hair and restore the natural shine and health of hair. It also offers UV protection. The Vitamin E in this oil protects hair from chemical and heat treatments, pollution, and other reasons that contribute to the splitting, breakage, and dullness of hair. With nutrients such as linoleic acid, omega-6 fatty acids, and Vitamins A, C and E, this oil works extremely well in conditioners too. Using shampoos and conditioners with these superlative ingredients will leave your hair softer, more manageable, shinier, and no frizz.
In today’s fast paced lifestyle, things we do follow a routine and we become accustomed to them. Switching or changing a routine seems like an unnecessary activity, and this reluctance applies to your skin and hair regimes too. However, once you experience the uplifting benefits of natural products you will be happy to change the unhealthy routines – feel and look great soon! Here’s wishing you become and remain the ‘mane’ attraction!
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