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.
Tulsi helps to improve the blood circulation and keeps your scalp cool reducing itchiness and dandruff and thus promotes hair growth. You can also apply tulsi paste which keeps the scalp, roots clean and keeps the dandruff at bay. Tulsi works great on the skin, whether you eat raw leaves or apply a paste to the face. When eaten raw, it purifies the blood from toxins and prevents the appearance of acne and pimples. You can also make a toner by boiling Tulsi leaves in water. Let it cool for 15 minutes and then apply on the acne affected areas.
Treats dandruff and dry scalp, along with treating baldness and helping hair growth. Also prevents greying 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.
Soothes Your Scalp. A healthy scalp is literally the foundation for healthy hair growth. It also prevents greys, prevents lice, adds shine and cleanses your hair and nourishes the follicles. It can be used to treat skin ailments like scabies. To reap maximum benefits, you can make an antiseptic body wash using shikakai and turmeric.