Aloe Vera

Aloe vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the scalp. It also acts as a great conditioner and leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff and conditions your hair

Arnica

Arnica promotes hair growth by nourishing the scalp and its vasodilating properties can stimulate the hair follicles that support the growth of healthy hair.

Banana

Bananas are great for your hair and scalp. They improve manageability and shine, prevent and control dandruff, and moisturize your scalp.

Brahmi

Brahmi is an excellent hair growth promoter. It's regenerative properties help repair hair follicles as well as strengthen the scalp tissue to encourage healthy hair growth. Brahmi also supports scalp circulation which in turn nourishes hair follicles and reduces hair loss.

Chamomille

Chamomile is a superb hair tonic and works to nourish and strengthen the hair follicles and promote healthy hair growth. You can even use chamomile in place of your regular condition as it helps to soften and moisturise the hair and restores its natural shine. Anti-inflammatory compounds can alleviate itchy, dry scalp that can lead to dandruff. Chamomile tea is also a natural hair lightener so you can achieve lighter hair or highlights by applying the brew to your scalp.

Cocos nucifera milk powder

Restores dry and damaged hair. Promotes hair growth and conditions hair.

Fenugreek

Fenugreek stimulates blood flow to the scalp, nourishing the hair follicles and encouraging faster, healthier hair growth, while its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help treat dandruff, scalp irritation and acne.

Gotu Kola

It's used to strengthen hair and promote hair growth. It's also known to contain several antioxidants. Gotu kola (Centella asiatica): Gotu kola is one of the most popular Ayurvedic herbs. It's thought to increase hair length and stimulate hair growth, possibly by increasing blood circulation to the scalp.

Hops

It certainly sounds a little odd but washing your hair with hop extract can help add shine to your locks and reduce dandruff. According to proponents, the antioxidants found in hops can help strengthen the scalp and hair and reduce the amount of hair loss.

Licorice Ayurvedic Herb

Many of the properties found in licorice soothe the scalp, ridding it of irritations such as dandruff and scabs. It's mollifying properties open pores and is great for the hair shaft. Licorice can act as a moisturizer and help to hydrate the scalp for healthier hair growth. If you have chemically treated hair, chances are, your hair is completely dry or damaged. This is due to the rough and harsh chemicals present in colouring products or styling products. Chemical based conditioners can harm the texture of your hair and make it rougher in the process, however, licorice is one of the best scalp moisturizers you can opt for since it helps to preserve the natural oils of the hair and does not dry out your scalp.

Maranta arundinacea root extract

Makes hair softer, smoother, and less oily since it absorbs excess oil.

Neem

Condition your scalp.
Promote healthy hair growth.
Temporarily seal hair follicles.
Soothe frizz.
Minimize grays.
Reduce dandruff.
Treat head lice.

Orange peel powder

Orange peels are packed with vitamin C and using them on a regular basis not only leaves your hair with a natural shine and bounce but, also improves the state of your mane internally. You can also treat various scalp-related issues by using the blend of olive oil, orange peel powder, and lemon juice.

Pink Clay

Pink clay is considered to be one of the most gentle of all the clays. It's light and does not remove natural oils due to being rich in the mineral Silica.

Rosemary

The rosemary hair powder can significantly reduce hair loss, bringing volume and true quality to the hair. It tones the shoot and stimulates growth. Its pleasant smell leaves a sweet scent on your hair after rinsing.

Sodium bicarbonate

Baking Soda, a sodium bicarbonate, is a naturally occurring substance that is
present in all living things--it helps living things maintain the pH balance necessary for life. Baking Soda
is made from soda ash, also known as sodium carbonate. The soda ash is obtained in one of two ways: it
can be manufactured by passing carbon dioxide and ammonia through a concentrated solution of sodium
chloride (table salt).
Baking soda dissolved in water helps to remove any buildup of oils, soaps, and other ingredients in typical hair care products. By stripping away this buildup, baking soda can leave hair squeaky-clean, shiny, and soft.

Amla

The vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients present in the amla increases scalp circulation, strengthen hair follicles and stimulate healthy new growth. With its amazing bundle of antioxidants, amla supplements can get rid of free radicals that can cause hair fall, greying, wrinkles, and other signs of aging.

Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha stimulates scalp circulation and improves hair growth.
Ashwagandha prevents premature greying as it increases the production of melanin, the pigment responsible for hair colour.

Baobab powder

Strengthens and repairs damaged hair. Baobab is rich in collagen-inducing properties that will help your body in building more hair protein (keratin). This helps to further strengthen your hair strands and reduce breakage.It is also a remedy for dry and itchy (sometimes flaky) scalp; Baobab is a natural moisturizer and will alleviate dry scalp (the root cause of all this). It also has anti-inflammatory properties that will help soothe irritated scalps (this will help relieve some of that itchiness).

Calendula

With its regenerative properties it helps the hair follicles grow abundantly allowing for a thicker mane, and the antioxidants help protect the hair and scalp against cell-damaging free radicals.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is enriched with nutrients and vitamins and when applied to hair and scalp, it can improve overall health of the hair by providing nourishment thus making your hair breakage free, shiny and healthy. It promotes blood circulation in the scalp, stimulates hair growth and reduces untimely hair fall. It also acts as an exfoliant and nourishes the scalp by improving blood circulation. When mixed with a regular conditioner, it can lighten hair strands apart from providing nutrients to hair. Its antioxidant properties keep scalp inflammation at bay. However it’s important to note that most of the benefits are not clinically proven and not backed up by any research.

Comfrey

Comfrey root is great for hair because it has healing properties and is chock-full with minerals, vitamin A, B-12, and antioxidants. It is superb at preventing dryness because the presence of attantoin not only stimulates skin cell proliferation, but it is also an excellent exfoliant that will soften skin cells.

Fuller’s earth clay

Fuller’s earth is extremely efficient at cleansing and exfoliating the scalp and absorbing excess oil. It is packed with beneficial minerals such as magnesium, calcium and zinc which condition and add strength to the hair from the root. By increasing blood flow to the hair follicles, fuller’s earth can help slow down the hair fall process by boosting the nutrients flow, helping the hair to grow stronger.

Green tea

Supports hair growth. Green tea may support healthy hair growth and regrowth.

Horsetail

Improves hair growth speed.
Reduces dandruff.
Boosts scalp circulation.

Maca root

When used topically in scalp and hair products, maca root has been shown to stimulate the scalp, thereby boosting the amount of nourishment that reaches hair follicles. It follows that tending to the hair follicles will also improve hair thickness and strength

Marshmallow root powder

High in plant proteins, marshmallow nourishes and thickens hair strands as well as promotes healthy hair growth. Regular use of this herb, will make your hair smoother and silkier, increase manageability, and restore lustre and bounce.

Nettle Powder

Not only does nettle help in combating hair loss, it also helps in hair re-growth. Nettle leaves are rich in silica and sulphur. This helps in making hair shinier and healthier. Rinsing hair with nettle extracts and water results in re-growth of lost hair and also helps in restoring the original hair colour

Parsley

Parsley contains apigenin, an antioxidant that helps to control hair fall and promote healthier and stronger hair by regulating the TGF-beta1 gene.

Rhassoul clay

Rhassoul clay is the moisturizer and softener. It reduces dryness in the hair while also removing toxins and product buildup. It improve hair's elasticity and unblocks your scalp's pores.

Sage

Sage is said to be highly beneficial in alopecia and thinning hair. The natural oils in sage strengthen the roots and stimulate healthy hair growth. Due the anti-inflammatory, astringents and antimicrobial properties of sage tea, it's useful in treating scalp conditions like dandruff, eczema and dermatitis.

Thyme

Thyme, when combined with other herbs, may promote hair growth. You can simply apply lavender oil mixed with thyme on your hair – certain studies show this method can improve hair growth in 7 months.

Thyme tea can also be used as a hair rinse as a cure for dandruff.

Aritha

Nourishes hair: Soapnut is rich in vitamins like A, E, D, K. They help in nourishing the hair, making them stronger and shinier.

Keeps scalp healthy and free from dandruff: It also helps the scalp to remain healthy and fight skin problems that result in dandruff. Reetha or soapnut is known for its antimicrobial properties. Thus it is also a wonderful option for treating scalp infections.

Makes hair manageable: Does your frizzy, unmanageable hair drive you crazy? Reetha can be your best friend for hair care. It helps in taming the hair, thus making it easier to style and detangle.

Avocado

Avocado moisturizes hair
Encourages hair growth
Protects against damage and dryness
Revitalizes ravaged hair
Improves hair shine

Bhringraj

Bhringraj powder has various benefits for hair. It helps to nourish hair and promotes hair growth. A regular application helps to prevent hair loss, fights dandruff, baldness and premature greying of hair.

Cassia

Cassia strengthens hair roots stimulating hair growth and thickens hair leaving it strong and healthy. Cassia is also a brilliant hair shine conditioner that will leave you with glossy shining hair particularly if blonde colored hair. Blonde Hair Dye Conditioner: cassia obovata only.

Citric acid

Citric acid improves the scalp condition by getting rid of the dandruff and it increases the flow of blood, which in turn enhances and mends the follicles of the hair necessary for a healthy hair growth. This ingredient absorbs the excess of sebum and will not adversely affect the sebaceous glands unlike chemical remedies.
At the same time, citric acid is a great compound to treat itchy scalp, which leads often to hair loss and stops the hair growth. Acid citric helps soothe the itchy scalp. With all these amazing benefits for hair growth, it is worth considering its use for damaged hair.

Dandelion

Dandelion root is a rich source of vitamin A, C, and E as well as B-complex vitamins. Besides, it contains choline, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, biotin and calcium all of which play a significant role in making your hair healthy as well as stimulate hair growth.

Ginger

Ginger helps stimulate hair follicles, which in turn promotes hair growth. The many vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids in ginger also contribute to strengthening your hair strands to combat hair loss, and ginger contributes to restoring moisture loss.

Hibiscus sabdariffa flower

The flower stimulates hair regrowth from dormant follicles and bald patches. This helps thicken your hair and add volume 

Lavender

Helps to reduce inflammation, boost immunity, detoxify the body and improve sleep quality. As a hair rinse, lavender has the ability to soothe your scalp, fight infections, and even aid in preventing hair loss.

Maidenhair Fern

Fight hairloss. Used to help darkening hair colour

Moringa oleifera leaf powder

Vitamins A and B in Moringa promotes hair growth. Iron in Moringa prevents hair loss. Zinc present in Moringa promotes healthy hair follicles. The essential amino acids in Moringa nourishes the hair strands. Vitamins C & E in Moringa fights oxidative stress. Omega 3 in Moringa nourishes hair. Proteins in Moringa promote hair growth.

Nutmeg


Nutmeg is a great organic product for hair growth. The antimicrobial properties that it possesses can help keep the scalp clean and prevent dandruff.

Pepermint

Increasing circulation with a vasodilator like peppermint could potentially improve hair growth and prevent some hair loss.

Rice

Being an excellent cleanser, rice flour helps maintain a clean and healthy scalp, riding it of product build up, excess oil, and anything that clogs the hair follicles leaving hair to grow feeling and healthily.

Rice flour also strengthens and smoothens hair, removing frizz as hair is left silky and smooth. It repairs damaged hair due to its high amino acid content working intensely to nourish the scalp and hair follicles. It also improves hair elasticity resulting in less breakage and hair loss.

Shikakai

1. Shikakai can make your hair soft and shiny
2. Heals your scalp and prevents the agony of a dry scalp
3. Fight that stubborn dandruff with shikakai
4. Shikakai boosts hair growth
5. Is a gentle detangler
6. Shikakai prevents dreadful split ends
7. Delays greying of hair!
8. Works on hair lice
9. Works as a natural hair cleanser
10. Soothes an itchy scalp

Watercress

It is an excellent source of Vitamins A, C, E, B1, B6, beta-carotene, iron, calcium and potassium.
Watercress has sources of the necessary minerals, in good amount, for beautiful hair: sulphur, zinc and biotin.

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