Our Ancient Oil is made of 18 healing plant essentials - Ayurvedic Oil
Ayurvedic oils are personal care cosmetics oil made of natural ingredients, such as plants, herbs, and spices to heal common hair problems such as premature graying, dandruff, thinning, loss of hair and more. Neem (a tree that grows in India, Myanmar, and Africa ) is one of the most common herbs used in Ayurvedic oils due to its powerful immunity-boosting, anti-microbial, and regenerative properties. Neem is a “powerhouse ingredient that promotes hair growth, reduces and helps prevent balding, fights lice, and boosts overall scalp health.” In addition to neem, sesame, castor, and pure coconut oils are also common in Ayurvedic hair oils.
How Do You Use Our Ancient Oil?
Ayurveda is about balance, patience, and taking your time. So do not wait until hair is dry or brittle before trying oiling. Use 2-3 times a week as a preventive measure.
Can be used daily on hair, scalp, or body
Deep Oil Treatment
Use warm oil, as it allows for deeper penetration through your hair cuticles and scalp. Place a few spoonful's of oil in a small bowl, and heat it on a low flame until it is warm, not hot.
Locate the crown chakra on your head—the spiritual body’s center of wisdom and enlightenment. The crown chakra is found eight fingers above your eyebrows.
Pour a dime-sized amount of oil onto your crown chakra and then tap gently using your palm eight times. Why tapping? It’s believed to increase circulation and promote follicle growth. When you’re done, gently and slowly massage the oil with your palm on your crown chakra.
Pour another dime-sized amount of oil on the apex point (the highest point of your head) and massage it in the same way you massaged your crown chakra.
Apply the rest of the oil to your entire scalp distributing it evenly, and gently use your fingers to massage your scalp across the front, back, and sides of the apex point in circular motions.
Massage your crown chakra one final time and detangle your hair with your fingers. Then pull it back into a clip and let the oil do its magic for an hour or two.
If you prefer to keep it in your hair overnight, lay a towel on your pillow to prevent the oil from ruining your satin pillowcase. Then finally, wash the oil out with shampoo following with a conditioner or leave in conditioner.
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