According to Ayurveda, our hair is influenced by our dosha type and proper care can lead to long term hair health.
Vata dosha hair tends to be thin and straight. An imbalance of the Vata dosha leads to excessive hair and scalp flakiness, hair damage and split ends.
Pitta dosha hair is a bit thicker and not so straight. An imbalance of the Pitta dosha leads to scalp inflammation and hair loss.
Kapha dosha hair is thick, shiny and a bit curly. An imbalance of the Kapha dosha leads to oily scalp and dandruff related problems.
Environmental hazards, poor lifestyle and frequent use of heat treatments and chemical laden products can also result in the long term deterioration of hair health.
Ayurveda offers natural ingredients and self care remedies to heal damaged hair and nourish the scalp.
Products containing Coconut oil provide strong antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties. Coconut oil helps prevent damage caused by free radicals and improve follicle health. The traditional use of Neem extract is known to prevent hair damage and keeps the scalp healthy.
Regular use of oils on the hair tackles the problem of split ends, frizziness and damage. A scalp massage with oil nourishes and improves circulation at the hair root, making it stronger and providing a defensive shield against environment damage. Hair oils maybe lightly applied after the shower or can be used as a leave-on treatment overnight.
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