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Herbs are nature’s best gift to HumanKind. They have been used in the treatment and management of many ailments and have also been reported to be used as a product for self-grooming and this fact remains undoubted for ages.
In the pre-modern era, people were found to be in constant touch with nature for their beauty and care requirements. Even now if we check our drawers or cupboards, we can find at least one item from the natural origin that is used in our daily grooming schedule. However, with time huge western influence was put on this segment wherein the natural ingredients were slowly replaced by some synthetic and chemical ingredients.
The major reason for this shift of trend from natural to chemicals was the aesthetics and sensorial that these chemicals induce when used. Though seasonally great, these products are potentially hazardous.
The natural ingredients that were or are still used in hair segments are Amla, Bhringaraj, Soapnut, Hibiscus, Neem, Tulasi, Shikakai etc.
When these herbs are used as an ingredient, they give the essential nutrition that is required by the hair and make them strong and healthy from roots.
The shampoo contains detergent, much like that, you would find in dishwashing or laundry detergent or even bath gel. These detergents function as surfactants. They decrease the surface tension of water and make it less likely to stick to itself and more able to bind with oils and soil particles.
It is said that a part of a detergent molecule is hydrophobic. This hydrocarbon portion of the molecule binds to the sebum coating hair and to any oily styling products which make our hair oily and greasy. Since detergent molecules also have a hydrophilic portion, the detergent will be swept away by the water when you rinse your hair, thus carrying sebum away with it.
Detergents strip away the sebum that is present in your hair, leaving the cuticles exposed and susceptible to further damage. Your hair will get clean if you use soap or dishwashing detergent on your hair, but it might look limp, which lacks body and shine. The shampoo contains the right amount of ingredients that replace the protective coating on the hair.
Many shampoos contain additional contents which are intended to protect hair. The most commonly found additive is sunscreen. Other chemicals often protect against heat damage from hair dryers or curlers and chemical damage from swimming pools.
Your shampoo might contain aesthetic ingredients that don't affect how well the shampoo cleans your hair but may make the shampooing experience more pleasant or affect the colour or fragrance of your hair. These additives also include pearlized ingredients, which add sparkle to the hair product and may leave a faint glimmer on your hair, the pungent scent of the shampoo and hair, and colourants.
Some ingredients are added to these hair products to keep it uniformly mixed, thicken it so that it becomes easier to apply, prevent the growth of mould and bacteria, and preserve it to further extend its shelf life.
One last fun fact that you must know is that lather isn’t necessary to your hair-cleansing experience. Shampoos lather primarily because the users enjoy a good froth when washing their hair (or anything else). All the bubbles make hair, skin, and so on feel squeaky clean, which is truly never a good thing. Hence the many conditioning agents in your shampoo formulas.
A herbal shampoo is a hair cleansing product that is made from the extracts of ayurvedic flowers and herbs.
Surfactants like sulfates and their derivatives which are used in chemical shampoos exploit your scalp's natural oils and damage its tissues and cuticles. On the other side, herbal shampoos are very mild and natural and they help you in maintaining your scalp oils while promoting healthy and lustrous hair growth.
Herbal or Ayurvedic Shampoos are cosmetic preparations that involve the usage of traditional ayurvedic herbs to clean up your scalp and hair. The Ayurvedic herbal shampoos are very effective for people who are facing a lot of hair problems in their daily lives such as hair fall, dandruff, grey hair, dry hair, etc due to environmental pollution and other factors.
According to ancient scriptures and texts, our body, mind, and soul are the composition of principle energies of life that are Vata, Pitta, and Kapha doshas. And your holistic well being completely depends upon the equilibrium of these vital energies.
When any of these doshas are removed from our body, it leads to the derangement of our bodily systems, which results in various diseases. As per this Ayurvedic concept of our human health, your hair and scalp problems are the consequence of imbalance that is created in your dosha levels.
In this way, the ancient wisdom of our Indian sages laid us a method for treating the root cause of hair problems. If you want to choose your right herbal shampoo, you must understand your imbalanced doshas based on your hair and scalp conditions.
There are numerous benefits of herbal shampoos, we have mentioned a few for you.
Shikakai or Acacia concinna means fruit for hair. It is a staple of Ayurvedic shampoo and herbal hair shampoo. Shikakai is known to be an excellent cleanser and doesn’t strip natural oils from your hair and scalp. It also respects and maintains the ph balance of your hair.
If you wash your hair with Shikakai alone, it works wonders because the bark of Shikakai pods contains naturally-occurring saponins which help in cleaning off excess sebum and dirt from the scalp. Shikakai also helps in controlling dandruff. It also inhibits detangling properties, so no additional products are required.
Some other properties of Shikakai are that it promotes hair growth, strengthens your hair roots and produces lengthy and beautiful hair.
Soapnut, also known as Reetha, is used as the main ingredient in soaps and ayurvedic shampoo due to its lather generating properties. Reetha is anti-fungal and it’s perfect for treating dandruff and other scalp issues. It also kills lice. Its powder can be applied externally to treat boils, scorpion bite and itching lesions because of its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.
A study has shown that the stem bark of soap nuts has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic potential.
Amla , also known as the Indian gooseberry, is rich in antioxidants. This fruit has been used for over 3,000 years for a variety of health benefits.
It helps in controlling hair fall and hair loss. It is known to be the richest source of vitamin C, which is essential for absorbing iron into the body. The deficiency of iron is one of the most common reasons for hair loss.
Amla stimulates your scalp. Collagen helps in replacing the dead cells of hair follicles with new hair cells. Vitamin C generates collagen protein which helps stimulate hair growth.
If you are the one with oily hair then Amla powder will effortlessly soak in all the excess oil from your scalp and it will also condition it.
The moisture of amla also prevents cuticles (split ends) from wearing off. The antioxidant properties that are present in amla protect our hair from damages caused by smoke, dust, pollution, hair styling tools and more.
Fenugreek or methi seeds is a commonly used spice in Indian households. There are numerous benefits that you can extract by using it in home remedies. Fenugreek seeds not only aid in digestion but also may help reduce hair loss.
Methi seeds are considered to be one of the most effective remedies to treat hair loss problems.
Since estrogen hormone has a significant role in the hair growth process, these seeds are effective because they contain saprogenic steroid which has estrogenic or sex hormone precursor effects.
Fenugreek seeds could be really helpful in a variety of scalp issues like dryness of hair, baldness and thinning of hair. It contains lecithin which keeps your hair hydrated and strengthens the roots of the hair follicles. They also help to moisturize and bring back the lustre and bounce to your hair.
According to several studies, the medicinal properties that are exhibited by neem are used for all hair ailments and show drastic effects upon regular use.
Neem leaves stimulate the growth of hair follicle and function and support healthy cell division due to their regenerative properties. Neem contains linoleic, oleic and stearic acids which are a form of fatty acids that leaves the scalp and hair nourished and conditioned.
Neem transforms dry, undernourished or rough hair to a smooth, silky texture due to its high moisturizing effects. It has several benefits including anti-fungal properties, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects which helps with itching, dandruff, redness and scalp irritation.
The anti-hair fall shampoo is a must for anyone going through hair fall as it provides the scalp with daily nourishment leaving the hair strong and shiny. Protects the hair follicles from breaking making hair thicker and durable.
To get a better result we will advise you to use the shampoo for 60 days and within the course of this time, you will notice a change in your hair texture and hair fall.
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