Amla (Indian gooseberry) is super beneficial for hair, it helps to stimulate hair growth and it is called the best treatment for preventing dandruff and dry hair and uses over centuries in India. It contains reach amount of calcium which stimulates the hair growth and improve the quality of hair and promote the healthier hair.
Amla have a lots of benefits for your skin health and hair,
BENEFITS OF USING AMLA FOR HAIR
Promotes Hair growth: Fresh Amla paste is miraculous when it comes to promoting hair growth and stop hair falling due to changing in weather condition or fall because of elergy.
Natural Hair Conditioner: Amla works as a tremendous remedy for those looking for a natural hair conditioner. Amla oil helps to moisturize dry hair and if you have oily hair, you can replace Amla oil with Amla powder as a natural hair conditioner.
Prevents Dandruff: Another remarkable benefit of Amla oil for hair is that it helps prevent dandruff. Dandruff in hair is often the result of dry scalp, so when you massage Amla oil on the scalp, it will moisturize your scalp thereby making it dandruff-free.
Antiseptic Properties: Amla oil is also packed with antioxidants, which makes it ideal for hair and scalp. The rich content of antioxidants in Amla will help your hair get all the nutritional value to strengthen your hair.
Best cleanser for scalp: Likewise, you can rely on the power of Amla oil to cleanse your scalp. You can use Amla oil or even Amla juice as a great scalp cleanser. Amla is rich in antioxidants that help to shield hair against pollution, and other dust.
Boost Hair Pigmentation: Last of all, not many people are aware but one of the most remarkable Amla hair oil benefits is that it helps enhance hair pigmentation or hair color. When added to a hair pack or hair color, Amla powder or Amla oil can make your hair color more natural and long-lasting.
Potential hair and scalp benefits of using Amla oil
- Reversed Premature Hair Greying properties
- Makes Hair Strong and Long
- Natural Shine
- Tames Frizzy Hair
Amla is a very important plant in the traditional Indian medicine system.
Amla oil is normally directly applied to the hair and scalp, facial hair, or skin.
In many parts of the world it’s fairly easy to make Amla oil at home.
AMLA USED AS HAIR OIL: Take 200ml of coconut oil take 2-3 fresh Amla pulp, Grind the amla in a mixer without adding water. Strain the amla and keep the juice in a bowl. In a pan, boil coconut oil and amla juice. After 10-15 minutes, the sizzle will stop and the water would evaporated.
AMLA USED AS SCALP PACK: Amla hair masks are known for making your hair stronger and appear shinier and silkier than before.
Take 2 tablespoons of Fresh Amla paste add 2 table spoon of Vineger and add 2 tablespoons of aleovera pulp/gel. Mix well and apply it all over your scalp and hair, leave it for around 1 hour and wash off with your favourite shampoo. Use it once in two weeks for best result.
AMLA USED AS HAIR PACK: To make hair strengthening mask.
Take a bowl, add 2 table spoon of Amla powder , 2 tablespoon of mehndi powder/fresh mehndi leaf paste and add 1 cup of warm water to make a paste.
Add 2 tablespoon of Yogourt(if you have dry and frizzy hair) or 1 egg (if you have oily or dandruff and itchi hair)
Add 1 table spoon of honey.
Mix all ingredient well and apply it on hair. leave it for around 1 hour and wash off with your favourite shampoo. Use it once in two weeks for best result.
AMLA USED AS HAIR TONNER: If you have coloured hair and you are suffering dryness, frizziness and roughness of hair follicleIt and all we know that hairdresser always advice us to adjust the tone of your hair color, and these treatments is too costly.
You can prepared a hair tonner at home by using Amla juice. Take 1 cup of fresh amla juice and add 2 3 tablespoons of lemon and apply it directly to the scal by using your finger tips or dab the juice using cotton pad. Leave it for half hour and wash off with your favourite shampoo. Use it once in 2- 3 times in a weeks.