Amla oil comes from the fruit of the Indian gooseberry tree in India and is used by Ayurveda practitioners to promote healthy scalp as well as improve the condition of the hair.
How to use Amla oil?
You can use Amla oil in a few different ways.
- After shampoo – apply a small amount of amla oil to your hair after shampoo.
- Adding amla oil to the shampoo – decrease the effects of harsh shampoos.
- Before washing – apply amla oil to your hair prior to shampoo.
- Scalp massage – apply amla oil to the scalp and massage using circular motions for 10-15 minutes.
Amla Oil Benefits
- Promotes a healthy scalp
- Combats dandruff
- Soothes inflamed, itchy or sore scalp
- Delays the graying process
- Stimulates hair growth
- Improves overall hair appearance
Amla Oil for Beard Growth
Amla is being used for a long time to promote beard growth.
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Amla oil is rich in vitamin c which prevents hair from breaking and drying.
DIY Beard Oil Recipe with Coconut Oil
This is a great combination recipe for fast hair growth.
- 2 tablespoon of amla oil
- 2 tablespoon of coconut oil (if hard warm it on a double boiler)
Mix the oils and store them in dark bottle. Use every day as a treatment before bed.
DIY Beard Oil Recipe with Grapeseed Oil
Amla is rich in vitamin C and prevents hair from drying and grapeseed oil is non-greasy with high levels of vitamin E.
- 2 tablespoon of amla oil
- 2 tablespoon of grapeseed oil
Mix the oils together and store it in a glass bottle. Use it every night.
Dabur Amla Jasmine Hair Oil
This oil is full of natural herbs that treat several hair problems. It also contains jasmine for extra strength and shine.
Amla oil makes your hair long, thick and strong looking, and added jasmine protects the hair from environmental impurities and increases shine.
Mineral Oil (Paraffinum Liquidum), Canola Oil Elaeis guineensis oil, Phyllanthus emblica (Amla) Extract, Perfume (Jasmine), Isopropyl Myristate, Cyclopentasiloxane, Phenyl trimethicone, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Rosmarinus officinalis oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Tertiary Butyl Hydroquinone,
Dabur Amla Jasmine Hair Oil – Review
Dabur Amla Oil comes in a plastic 200 ml bottle. It’s quite a runny oil, so be careful how you pour it. You can easily exaggerate the amount of product. I wish the bottle had a pump or anything similar that would make using this product easier.
I personally don’t like jasmine, but this product smells divine. It is a slight jasmine fragrance but nothing too overpowering.
How I use Amla Oil?
I use it as a treatment before washing. Although it has a runny texture it is too oily for a thin hair.
Massage and leave it for an hour or more. Then proceed with your regular shampoo and conditioner. I use this treatment 2 times per week. I have noticed that my hair looks shinier (I’m blond) and grows faster.
The only thing I don’t like is that on the top of the ingredients list is mineral oil, an industrially produced derivative of crude oil (the same oil you put into your car as petroleum). There aren’t any real benefits of using mineral oil, and its purpose is to act as a cheap lubricant.
I’m on a hunt for pure amla oil. So if you have any recommendations, I would appreciate.
Did you try Amla oil?
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