Amla Powder Vitamin C Hair Treatment,100g
Amla fruit, also known as Indian Gooseberry, is a Vitamin C powerhouse and one of the best natural sources of Vitamin C. Amla is reputed to have the highest content of vitamin C than any other naturally occurring substance on the planet ! ( 20 times more than a single orange). Amla is a natural hair conditioner and a natural skin cleanser. Mix the powder with water and apply the paste to your hair for as long or as little as you want. 30 minutes to an hour is all you need for hair conditioning and hair curl, and longer if you want to darken your hair colour slightly. A one hour Vitamin C hair treatment with Amla paste mixed with water, on blonde and grey hair, will not result in any noticeable colour charge.
Amla will also encourage natural hair waves and hair curl in your hair.
For pure hair nourishment, Amla is widely considered to be a natural remedy for hair loss, and for repairing damaged hair. Simply mix the powder into a paste using any temperature water, and apply it to your hair for between 30 minutes to 3 hours A unique hair conditioning and hair treatment tonic in one, it is said to stop premature hair loss, naturally darken hair and stop greying hair when used regularly over a period of time. Amla may stimulate hair growth and will make your hair feel thicker and stronger.
To naturally darken greying hair or light colour hair , mix amla with lemon juice and freshly boiled hot water, let it sit a couple of hours, apply for approximately three hours to your hair, cover it, and wash out for a mild natural darker hair tone.
On brown hair, you can add Amla powder to your henna for lighter, golden, brown henna colour tones.
Indigo applied after a henna + amla mix will produce purple burgundy tones on light colour hair including grey hair and white hair.
Amla is also a natural face cleanser and can be used as a face mask ; applied for just five to ten minutes it will leave you with beautifully refreshed, smooth and clean skin.
What is Amla and Why is it so Good for You ?