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Our Organic Amla Oil is prepared from dried amla berries. Amla oil has a long tradition in being used for improving the health of hair and scalp. It is one of the world's oldest natural hair conditioners.
Our amla oil easily absorbs into, and moisturizes your hair. Amla has been traditionally used in ayurvedic medecine.
Can be used for:
How to use: organic amla oil is applied onto the hair after washing (and after henna and any herbals hair treatment). It is rubbed through the hair and massaged into the scalp to promote blood circulation. This also brings forth not only natural shine and soft texture, but rejuvenates dry and damaged hair. Use a dime amount at a time. Place this amount in your palm or fingertips. Put onto your skin, and hair. For your hair also brush it through. Organic amla oil may also be put directly into your henna or ayurvedic paste/recipe. Add 1 tsp per 25 grams of powder.
Ingredients: organic Sesamum indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, organic Emblica Officinalis (amla)
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Posted by Dee on 25th Feb 2015
I haven't been using it long enough to comment on the growing benefits but, I can comment on the immediate benefits.
The oil has a almost raw green vegetable smell the disaptes after awhile, light oil, easy to work with. It makse my scalp feel hydrated and moisturized. I like it so much I order another bottle as to not run out.
I have locs and love my mane, in other words, I use only organic, natural products and this one is in the top five. Amla powder is off the chain too!!
Posted by Cassie on 20th Jan 2015
I originally ordered the sample but had to get the big bottle. This oil has made by hair stronger and so shiny. Highly recommend! :)
Posted by Cassie on 3rd Jan 2015
I used this oil and my hair looks great!! Highly recommend :)
Posted by Dee on 18th Nov 2014
I mentioned the amla oil in my review for the organic camellia oil. I mixed the two together with a mix of other oils. I used a higher ratio of alma & camellia oils to the other mix (almond, olive, Jamaican black castor oil).
My hair loved it!
Posted by mila on 14th May 2014
my hair saying thank you hennasooq for that oil ,using it on a regular bases
Posted by M. on 24th Apr 2014
I'm an oil-girl, but I have to say that this oil is well on its way to my favorites list. Its very smooth, moisturizing, and gives my parched hair a lovely, healthy sheen. It also nourishes my scalp. Will definitely buy again to do a full Amla treatment.
Posted by CurlyGirl on 17th Jan 2014
So, like everyone here, I am completely in love with this product. It feels better and is absorbed better than any oil I've every tried. I have 3c type curly hair (a nice, slightly loose spiral) and my hair is dry, but my scalp can get pretty oily. Because of this, I have a hard time finding something that provides good, lightweight moisture. This is the product to do that. I add it after my hair is dry and it gets rid of the frizzes perfectly. I have not tried it as a hair mask yet, but can't wait to do that as well. Also, I just have to mention that the customer service of this company is above and beyond any company I have ordered from online.
Posted by Dee on 27th Aug 2013
I love you olive, but amla's my new oil now. It's the best for my hair. My hair is soft and shiny after using amla. Amla, you turned me out!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd May 2013
I just started using the Amla Oil and I'm already excited! I'm natural and need something to keep my hair moisturized, with added growth! It's not too heavy and we'll see what happens!
Posted by Umm 'Abdullah on 26th Apr 2013
This is truly a beneficial oil. My head was itching from blood circulation right away after using this oil, it was not as intense as the itching of patchouli oil but I've got a feeling that this can vary from person to person.
I've blended this with black seed oil, grapeseed oil, patchouli, and rosemary for a daily mixture that is both powerful and gentle at the same time.
It softens and strengthens lending flexibility to the strands, flexible hair is less likely to snap or break off and that gives longevity the ends of your hair.
Growing hair is something anyone with a normal healthy scalp can do, but keeping that length is what many of us are failing to do, amla as an oil can really help with this.
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