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Hair care in winter

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The Times Of India
25th November, 2021 08:00 IST

Whether you have long locks, a short pixie or pink hair, we are all a little sentimental about our hair which is we need the just right inspiration in order to ace the hair game. Plant- powered formulas backed with Ayurvedic ingredients and rituals, not just cleanse and nourish hair follicles but also strengthen hair strands and stimulates scalp to encourage hair growth.

Ayurveda, the Indian holistic healing tradition that is more than 5,000 years old, is rooted in the philosophy of taking care of your body, with ingredients available in nature. The ritual of hair oiling is a time-tested ritual that not only uses Indian ingredients for luscious locks, but hair massages are also great stress busters. Ingredients like virgin coconut oil, hibiscus , fenugreek and Indian gooseberry offer a natural and nourishing method for cleansing hair to retain lustre and shine. Depending on the oil and ingredient you choose, hair oiling can work against thinning and loss of strands. Coconut, rosemary and castor are some ingredients that promote hair growth. A good hair conditioning mask that is enriched with raw and promising ingredients like Bhringraj , Hibiscus, Liquorice also helps extensively in making your hair strong from the roots and enhances the texture and quality of your hair thus promoting hair
volume.

You can't expect soft, shiny and genuinely healthy hair without investing in a good shampoo.
It's a fact. The journey to luscious locks begins long before you get out of the shower. A good shampoo will cleanse the locks to remove dirt and debris from both the scalp and the hair (hence why the shampoo you choose can impact your scalp health as well as that of your tresses) while leaving your locks soft, shiny and weightless. A natural hair cleanser with ingredients such as soapberries, shikakai, fenugreek, Indian gooseberries, hibiscus flower etc can help in boosting hair growth and reducing hair loss.

With inputs from Amritha Gaddam, CEO and Founder of The Tribe Concepts.


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