Ayurveda Is A Traditional Hindu System Of Medicine, Which Is Based On The Idea Of Balance In Bodily Systems By Using Diet And Herbal Treatment To Help Remedy Issues.
Emily’s Homestead created the Ayurvedic shampoo bar for those who might be experiencing a bit of hair fall and poor hair and scalp health.
-Coconut milk contains essential nutrients for healthy hair; boosting hair follicle production and promotes hair growth. High in lauric acid, protein and many vitamins, coconut milk conditions and strengthens the cuticle.
-Bhringraj promotes hair growth and strengthens hair follicles. It also helps fight hair loss and dandruff.
-Shikakai is rich in antioxidants and vitamins A, C, K, and D, which help nourish hair and keep it healthy.
-Amla is an Indian gooseberry is packed with Vitamin C and thus loaded with antioxidants.
-Brahmi is a valuable ayurvedic herb. Rich in vitamin C and antioxidant properties, Brahmi helps to strengthen the hair follicles and reduce hair fall. Plus, Brahmi also calms your mind and helps you sleep better.
-Sesame oil is enriched with Vitamin E, B complex, and minerals such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, and protein that strengthen the hair from the roots and give deep nourishment.
-Mustard seed helps promote hair growth and strengthens and conditions hair. Mustard seeds contain protein, calcium, vitamin A and E, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. All of these together strengthen your hair from within. Strengthened hair means less hair fall.
Scented with lavender, ylang-ylang, lime, rosemary & sage essential oils, this bar has a spicy, floral scent that is quite pleasing and not too strong.
Product Description: This listing is for 1 bar of Ayurvedic Shampoo. Each bar is at least 6 ounces. Due to the handcrafted nature of the bars, they will differ slightly in appearance.
Particulars: Handcrafted shampoo bars do not contain detergents (like commercial shampoos) so they don't strip your hair and scalp of the natural oils which keep your hair and scalp healthy and protected. Your scalp produces less oil when it is not continually being stripped down and becomes less oily with prolonged shampoo bar use. Shampoo bars are easy to use - either work up a lather in your hands and then work into your hair or rub the bar onto the scalp directly. You are mainly trying to cleanse your scalp and then if you wish you can lightly work the lather down the ends of your hair. **PLEASE NOTE** If you are new to shampoo bars, you might have a transition period where your scalp hasn't gotten the message to stop overproducing oil since it is no longer being stripped. This oily period usually lasts for about 2 weeks although many people don't notice a significant change.