Due to it’s cooling and antimicrobial properties, it helps in improving the scalp health. It does, conditions your hair, along with repairing the damages and strengthening by balancing the ph and oil production. Fresh leaves may be used as a topical antiseptic for fungal or bacterial skin infections, including ringworm.
Neem Oil contains the necessary fatty acids, which also promotes wound healing and make your skin healthy. Neem also has anti-inflammatory property that reduces acne. The neem oil is believed to relieve skin dryness, skin itchiness and redness. It also prevents pimples and skin blemishes. It is known for its medicinal properties is an effective herb to treat hair loss. Due to its antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties, neem is an excellent way to curb dandruff. It helps the hair follicles to become stronger and also encourages hair growth.
Treats dandruff and dry scalp, along with treating baldness and helping hair growth. Also prevents graying of hair. It’s well known of preventing hair fall and promoting hair growth. Bhringraj oil is hydrating and can help quench dry skin. Bhringraj is an anti-inflammatory, so when applied topically to skin it may help treat skin inflammation like psoriasis, dermatitis, and some forms of acne.
The antioxidants and vitamin C in gooseberry (Amla), help to brighten your skin. This fruit also helps to tone and tighten your skin and make it firm and soft. Massaging your scalp with amla oil helps boost blood circulation. This, in turn, optimizes nourishment to your follicles and increases hair growth. Along with vitamin C, amla is also extremely rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants help keep hair follicles healthy by fighting off the damage-causing free radicals.