Email #3 - 4. Key Ayurvedic Ingredients

1. Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a bright pink flower commonly used in Ayurveda for its amazing healing properties. Hibiscus is often turned into a tea (which is delicious, btw) and consuming it has been found to help with the common cold, digestive issues, and UTIs. So it’s good for our insides, and incredible for our outsides. Hibiscus is a natural source of alpha hydroxy acids, or AHAs, which are amazing for exfoliating the skin and unclogging and tightening the pores. Since it’s slightly on the acidic side, it’s cleanses the hair and skin gently, but deeply. It helps balance the skin’s pH, as well as the pH on the scalp, supporting healthy hair growth. It’s healing properties extend to the hair too and can help restore hair damaged by heat and chemicals. One of our best selling hair masks uses hibiscus as it’s star ingredient for this very reason!

2. Henna is probably the ultimate protein treatment. It’s full of hair strengthening properties that basically rebuild the hair and protect it from further damage. Consistent use of henna will rebuild the hair strand by creating a protective layer of moisture and strength. It works by basically filling in the gaps in the hair cuticle, creating a stable layer of hair and with time, henna can make breakage a thing of the past! It also helps repair split ends. Trimming the very ends of your hair every few months is a must if you want it to look and feel healthy, and adding henna to your routine will slow down the splitting and it has also been used to promote hair growth too! However, henna shouldn’t be used more than 2 times a month as it can be too strengthening and lead to breakage and dryness. When you use henna, always follow it up with a deep conditioner to balance out moisture levels! Henna is mostly and popularly used as a natural hair dye. The color deposit of henna can range from auburn to jet black and is an excellent alternative to drugstore hair dyes, which contain damaging and toxic ingredients. 

3. Fenugreek

Another example of big things coming in small packages, fenugreek seeds have some amazing regenerative properties. They have lots of fiber and protein, plus minerals like iron and magnesium. Fenugreek is often used in food, and is actually a delicious spice — it’s great for digestion and inflammation inside the body. On our hair, it’s able to strengthen the hair from the follicle, preventing hair thinning, while regenerating and restoring already thinning hair. It’s an excellent ingredient for people experiencing hair loss or anyone who wants to give their hair an extra boost! 

Green Tea - By now you’ve all heard of the wonderful benefits green tea has, from its high antioxidant content to its ability to keep you alert and energized without the coffee jitters. Green tea can do just about anything for our hair and skin too. Want to fight signs of aging? Green tea can do that! Want to prevent hair fallout? It can do that too! Green tea inhibits the growth of DHT, a hormone that hinders hair growth and causes the hair to fall out. The caffeine and antioxidants in green tea are excellent for fighting signs of aging and keeping the skin looking bright, plump, and moisturized. It also has antibacterial properties that help fight acne, plus vitamin E to support skin health. Long story short, green tea is good for your whole body!

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