Amla Powder 100 g
Amla powder gives very good exfoliating paste and it is fantastic conditioner for your hair. The amla paste makes hair glossy and silky, enhances waves and curl, and leaves a clean, healthy scalp.
Amla, Indian Gooseberry - Phyllanthus emblica
Amla powder is tan, with an acidic astringent smell like a combination of raw cranberries and oak tree bark. The amla paste makes hair glossy and silky, enhances waves and curl, and leaves a clean, healthy scalp. Amla can make henna and indigo dye your hair a cooler brunette. Amla is also absolutely fantastic for exfoliating! Best scrub you ever had! When you scrub your face with the paste, your skin feels firm and tight.
Hair conditioning: Mix amla powder with hot water and let sit for 15-30 minutes and apply to your hair. Rinse out carefully after 5-10 minutes. Although amla does not contain lot of tannines we would not recommend to use it over bleached hair.
Body scrub: Mix 1 teaspoon of amla with hot water, wait about 15 minutes, and apply the paste to clean moist skin and scrub. Wash away with cool water. Do a patch-test before use - maybe your skin is very dry or sensitive!
Henna from state of Rajasthan for coloring hair. This henna is perfect for regular hair coloring to retain mild coppery tones with less color accumulation.
Multani mitti powder is produced from clay which has great cleansing properties for skin and hair both. The powder is used in facial masks to draw oils from the skin and exfoliate it gently. You can also add some powder to your bath.
Tulsi is an aromatic plant which is also known as Holy Basil. Tulsi leaves have significant remedial qualities with respect to dandruff and some skin ailments. It has an effective anti-bacterial quality, and also protects and moisturizes the skin without obstructing the pores.