Bhringaraj: Known as the “Hair Queen,” is rich in nutrients like Vitamin E, magnesium, polypeptides, calcium, vitamin D, and proteins. Considered the traditional prominent Ayurvedic herb used to treat scalp problems, hair loss, and premature graying. It is also Rasayana, adding the special properties of age reversal and rejuvenation.
Amla: A magnificent rejuvenative herb, it contains numerous essential fatty acids that penetrate into the follicles, making hair softer, shinier, and voluminous. It also stimulates hair growth due to high vitamin C and beta-carotene content.
Brahmi: A tonifying and rejuvenetive herb that encourages hair growth and alleviates skin conditions. It can be useful in redirecting the flow of Vata downwards and, therefore, useful in skin conditions that have an underlying nervous imbalance. Brahmi contains amino acids, beta carotene, fatty acids, and numerous potent phytochemicals, effective in stimulating new cell growth and improving circulation.
Soapnut: Also known as Reetha, is well known for its traditional use as a hair cleanser. This plant is rich in saponin, which keeps hair healthy, shiny, and lustrous when used regularly.
Musta: An herb used to reduce accumulations; it helps wash out dandruff while moisturizing the scalp and reducing itchiness. It is also useful in preventing split ends by maintaining strong and healthy growth by supplying the proper amount of nutrients to the hair and scalp.
Lemongrass: When applied to the scalp and hair, it is used to maintain a clean freshness due to its antifungal properties. It also promotes hair follicle tightness, thereby preventing flaking when used regularly. Its anti-oxidant properties also neutralize free radicals and support suppleness.