Benefits Of Organic Hair Treatment (Amla, Ritha, Shikakai Mix) Powder

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Organic Amla+Ritha+Shikakai Powder is used as herbal hair treatment.
It gives complete benefit of amla, ritha and Shikakai.
(1) Amla:
・Helps in hair growth and prevent any hair loss.
・Amla promotes hair and scalp care by inhibiting the activity of 5-α reductase which is responsible for hair loss.
・nourishes and moisturizes the hair.
・Has many antioxidant properties that are effective in strengthening the roots of the hair.
・Acts as a conditioner that gives hair a natural shine and bounce.

(2) Ritha:
・Used by women for centuries as a natural shampoo.
・Ritha has a powerful cleansing effect on the hair and scalp.
・Regular use promotes hair growth, improves texture and volume.
・It is so mild, can be used to cleanse your hair every day without it stripping away the natural oils from your scalp.


(3) Shikakai:
・Shikakai means ‘fruit for hair.’
・Shikakai has excellent antioxidant properties that can prevent damage to the hair. Antioxidant helps to improve the hair growth by maintaining the connective tissues of hair follicles.
・When combined with water, the fruit forms a slight lather and can be used to cleanse hair effectively.
・The rich antioxidant content of this ingredient makes it perfect for restoring scalp health and treating hair fall.
・Shikakai won’t strip your hair of its natural oils.
・It detangles the hair, reduces dandruff and conditions hair to make it luscious and manageable.
Simple Secrets to Healthier, Fuller, Shinier Hair - Radico Organic Hair Treatment Powder

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