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Amla oil is a natural substance often used to promote hair health. Some people also use amla oil to fight hair loss and prematurely graying hair. When used as a hair treatment, amla oil is typically applied directly to the scalp.
Amla oil has long been used in ayurvedic medicine. Featuring a number of essential fatty acids, amla oil is thought to strengthen the hair follicles and condition the hair. It can also help treat dry, itchy scalp. Besides essential fatty acids, amla fruit are high in vitamin C, flavonoids, polyphenols, and also contain water, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
How to Use Amla Oil on Hair
1. Amla oil is often applied after shampooing hair and used in place of a conditioning product. When used in this manner, amla oil is typically massaged into the strands so that it completely covers hair (from the roots to the tips). It can be covered with a shower cap. After sitting for 15 minutes or more, the amla oil is then thoroughly rinsed from the hair with warm water.
2. Applying amla oil to the scalp can help with dandruff or soothe a dry, itchy scalp. The oil is massaged into the scalp daily and rinsed out after 15 minutes, or it can be left on the scalp overnight before being washed out. To prevent staining, pillows should be covered with old towels or an old t-shirt or a shower cap can be worn.
3.Add strength & sheen to your hair!
Is pollution and constant use of hair products making your hair dull? You need Dabur Amla Hair Oil. It strengthens your hair from within, encourages fresh growth and controls pre-mature greying. Dabur Amla Hair Oil nourishes the scalp and strengthens the hair strands, from root to tip, to give you thick, long & shiny tresses.
Why Amla Hair Oil?
.Moisturises your scalp
.Prevents from any hair damage
.Controls pre-mature greying of hair
.Gives you glowing & healthy tresses
.Enhances healthy hair growth
Massage Dabur Amla Hair Oil on to your scalp
Leave it for an hour
For best results, wash it off with the Shampoo the best work for your Hair.
Amla oil can have a strong, musky smell, so it may not be suitable as a leave-in conditioner or styling product unless used sparingly.