Quantity: 200 ml
- Reduces hair fall, breakage and promotes hair growth.
- Boosts volume, gives shine & softens hair.
- Helps remove dandruff.
- Promotes Longer and thicker hair.
- Helps prevent split ends.
- Cures baldness and premature greying.
- Soothes heat damaged hair.
- Removes head lice.
- Prevents the itchy sensation. Nourishes hair, Anti-fungal.
- Cures insomnia, heals wounds, reduces stress & anxiety.
Ingredients (Organic Elements)
No Preservatives added, 100 years old organic formula.
Sesame seeds, Khas, Sandalwood, Henna, Coriander, Jujube, Clove, Cinnamon, Cardamom. Rose Water, Amla, Nutmeg, Omega-3 & Omega-6, Vitamin K, C, E and A Vitamin B7 (Biotin).
Details of the above ingredients
Sandalwood is highly valuable in treating hair problems like dandruff and prevents hair fall. The strong astringent property of sandalwood is effective in warding off the excess sebum secretion in the scalp, treats split ends and enhances the hair luster and growth.
A study reported in Planta Medica Trusted Source found that aromatherapy with sandalwood increased participant’s pulse, blood pressure, and perspiration. These are markers of alertness.
Research reported in Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice Trusted Source suggests that aromatherapy massage with sandalwood oil may help reduce anxiety.
Khas containing oil helps to control hair fall and promote hair growth when applied on the scalp. It also promotes new hair growth and removes excessive dryness.
Khas is also good for the skin due to its antioxidant property. Applying Khas containing oil on the scalp and hair helps control hair fall and promotes hair growth. This is due to its (oily) property which removes excessive dryness from hair.
Khas is useful to induce a sound sleep
Khas is beneficial for removing head lice.
Khas is beneficial for relieving the stress.
3- Henna (Alkanet)
The part of this herb used is the root. This herb, when used with oil, helps arrest hair fall, baldness and premature greying. Oil infused with this herb promotes hair growth. It is a natural hair conditioner and helps arrest premature greying, baldness and hair loss.
Coriander strengthens the hair. Coriander is known to be rich in vitamins like Vitamin K, C, and A. All these are very vital for hair strength and growth. Drinking coriander water in the morning can help reduce hair fall and hair breakage. Additionally, you can also apply coriander oil or hair masks.
The application of jujube containing oil on shaved mice for 21 days resulted in their hair growing back longer and thicker as compared to the controlled group. The oil may possess hair growth-promoting activity.
The saponins in Jujube Bark Extract have been found to cleanse the scalp and hair of impurities and flakes by preventing sebum production and by slowing the production of 5-lipoxygenase (5-LOX), which is responsible for triggering itching.
Clove when used as oil contains antifungal and antimicrobial properties, this helps fight dandruff and prevents the itchy sensation. Applying clove oil on your scalp boosts blood circulation which reduces hair fall and also promotes hair growth. It also lends the much needed shine to dry and dull hair.
Cinnamon is enriched with nutrients and vitamins and when applied to hair and scalp, it can improve overall health of the hair by providing nourishment thus making your hair breakage free, shiny and healthy. It promotes blood circulation in the scalp, stimulates hair growth and reduces untimely hair fall.
The antioxidant properties of cardamom, and especially the black type, nourish your scalp and improve its health. The spice also nourishes the hair follicles and enhances hair strength.
9- Rose Water:
Softens hair. Regular water typically contains minerals like calcium that can build up on your hair and cause it to become brittle, Rose water reduces dandruff and oiliness.
Help with scalp issues. Reduces frizzy untidy hair and adds shine.
Conditions your scalp, promotes healthy hair growth, improves the tone of henna hair dyes, minimizes grays, boosts volume, reduces dandruff, and treats head lice.
Nutmeg is a great organic product for hair growth as well. The antimicrobial properties that it possesses can help keep the scalp clean and prevent dandruff. Nutmeg not only helps hair to become stronger and shiner, it can also prevent hair fall, encourage hair growth and even add extra volume.
12- Sesame Seeds:
Sesame seeds prevent premature hair greying. Massaging your hair and scalp with sesame oil can prevent premature greying, promote hair growth, and protect hair from harmful UV rays.
It also treats head lice, soothes heat damaged and dry hair, prevents hair fall due to stress, prevents dandruff
Ingredients included in "Follicant Hair Oil" fight against all below mentioned types of hair disease.
Types of Hair diseases:
Hair follicles are the most important part for hair. This is the one responsible for every hair condition including (Hair growth, color, greying, breakage, two edges etc. Folliculitis is a skin condition caused by an inflammation of one or more hair follicles in a limited area. It typically occurs in areas of irritation, such as sites of shaving, skin friction, or rubbing from clothes. The most common factors that contribute to the development of folliculitis include:
Irritation from shaving Friction from tight clothing A pre-existing skin condition, such as eczema, acne, or another dermatitis (inflammation of the skin) Injuries to the skin, such as abrasions. Extended contact from plastic bandages or adhesive tape.
The most common locations for folliculitis include:
Scalp, beard area in men, underarms, groin, or legs in women. Buttocks, thighs Individual lesions of folliculitis include pus-filled bumps (pustules) centered on hair follicles. These pus-filled bumps may be pierced by ingrown hair, can vary in size from 2–5 mm, and are often surrounded by a rim of pink to red, inflamed skin. Occasionally, a folliculitis lesion can erupt to form a scab on the surface of the skin. Mild and moderate cases of folliculitis are often tender or itchy. More severe cases of folliculitis, which may be deeper and may affect the entire hair follicle, may be painful. Mild and moderate cases of folliculitis usually clear quickly with little care and leave no scars. However, more severe cases of folliculitis may lead to complications, such as cellulitis (an infection of the deeper skin tissue), scarring, or permanent hair loss.
This is a disease that develops when the body attacks its own hair follicles (where hair grows from), which can cause hair loss anywhere on the body. Many people who develop alopecia areata develop a round or oval bald patch on their scalp.
Types of alopecia areata:
The main types are:
Alopecia is the medical term for bald. Areata means patchy. This patchy baldness can develop anywhere on the body, including the scalp, beard area, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, inside your nose, or ears.
The person loses all hair on the scalp, so the scalp is completely bald.
The person loses all hair, leaving the entire body hairless. This is rare.
The only sign of alopecia areata is often sudden hair loss. The patches of hair loss can grow larger. Sometimes, the patches grow larger and become one large bald spot. Other signs that you may have alopecia areata include:
Grey and white hairs often remain where you have hair loss hair starts to regrow on its own where it fell out hair begins growing in a bald spot and starts falling out in another area. Hair loss occurs during a colder month of the year. In one study, researchers noticed that people diagnosed with alopecia areata most often had hair loss in November, followed by October and January. Patients had the fewest flare-ups during May and August. Right before they lose their hair, they feel tingling, itching, or burning on the skin where the hair will fall out. If you have alopecia universalis, which causes complete loss of hair everywhere on your body, your nails can become extremely brittle and crack. This can be painful.
3-FPHL (Female pattern hair loss):
Is your part of hair fall widening? Have you noticed that your ponytail is thinner these days? You may have female pattern hair loss (FPHL), a condition that affects millions of women. FPHL is actually the most-common cause of hair loss in women. For most women, FPHL begins in midlife, when a woman is in her 40s, 50s, or 60s. It can begin earlier for some women. In FPHL women tend to continue losing hair. But women do not lose all of their hair, as do some men. Instead, your part often gets wider. Hair near your temples may recede. Without care, some women eventually develop widespread thinning.
Many supplements, including biotin and folic acid, are said to help grow and thicken hair. In one study, however, 120 healthy women had thicker hair and less hair loss after taking specific omega-3 fatty acids, omega-6 fatty acids, and antioxidants. They took this combination for six months.
Hair loss Oil: These Oils tend to do the following.
Help your hair hold moisture, which makes hair look fuller and thicker Lessen breakage, which can reduce thinning.
4-Male pattern baldness(alopecia):
Male pattern baldness (alopecia), is the patterned balding of a man. Although the condition may affect both the appearance and self-esteem of some men, one should note that the condition is not a medical disorder. The hair loss is non-scarring and has a genetic basis. Hair loss in male pattern baldness is non-scarring, so the hair follicles are not destroyed. A population of cells remain that can grow and enlarge the hair. The most common location for male pattern baldness occurs at the frontal hairline. Hair loss may move toward the back of the scalp, or it may be first noted as thinning at the crown of the scalp. While the underlying scalp may appear normal, a man might see miniaturized hair follicles.
5-Traction alopecia (al-oh-pee-sha).(tightly pulled hairstyle):
Anyone who frequently wears a tightly pulled hairstyle can develop hair loss. In fact, there’s actually a medical term for this type of hair loss. It’s called traction alopecia (al-oh-pee-sha). Avoid frequently wearing hairstyles that pull on your hair. Every once in a while, it’s OK to wear your hair tightly pulled back. But the constant pulling can cause strands of your hair to break or fall out and can damage hair follicles and if you damage your hair follicles, your hair cannot grow back, so you develop permanent hair loss. Wearing rollers to bed most of the time can also lead to hair loss, so dermatologists recommend styling your hair this way only on special occasions.
Dandruff, also known as (seborrhea), is a common non-contagious condition of skin areas rich in oil glands (the face, scalp, and upper trunk), marked by flaking (overproduction of skin cells) and sometimes redness and itching (inflammation) of the scalp, varying in severity from mild flaking of the scalp to scaly, red patches. Dandruff may be worse with stress, winter, and infrequent wash. In dandruff, the scalp is itchy and flakey. One or more of the following areas may have patches of red, scaly skin:
The scalp, hairline, forehead, eyebrows, eyelids, creases of the nose and ears, ear canals, beard areas, breastbone, mid back, groin, or armpit. In darker skin, affected areas may look lighter in color.
Mild dandruff – only some flaking with or without redness in a few small areas.
Moderate dandruff – several areas affected with bothersome redness and itch.
Severe dandruff – large areas of redness, severe itch, and unresponsive to self-care measures.
To remove thick scales of dandruff, apply warm oil and wash out several hours later with any good shampoo.
7-Head Lice: pediculosis capitis):
Head lice: are highly contagious, and the most prominent symptom of a head lice infestation includes intense scalp itching. The human head louse is a tiny insect that feeds on human blood. The female louse lays eggs (nits) on the hair shaft close to the scalp, and they become glued to the hair shaft.
The most common locations for head lice infestations include:
Scalp, especially the hairline near the neck Behind the ears Neck.
8- Scalp ringworm:
A very common fungal infection, of the scalp. Despite the name, there are no worms involved in scalp ringworm, rather the rash forms a scaly, round patch that sometimes clears or improves in the middle, thus looking like a ring. Ringworm can occur on other parts of the body, but scalp ringworm is commonly seen in children. It is contagious and is acquired by contact with infected people, animals, or objects (such as towels, combs, and pillows). If left untreated, the affected area can develop hair loss. Scalp ringworm appears as one or more round to oval areas covered with gray scale and is often associated with hair loss. The patches may be red and inflamed, and small pus-filled bumps (pustules) may sometimes be found. Also seen on the surface of the scalp may be tiny black dots, which represent broken hairs.
Use life long for permanent results.
How to apply :
Step 1: Heat The Oil
For deeper penetration in the roots of hair and scalp, heat the oil for a few seconds.
Step 2: Massage Your Scalp
Gently massage the oil into your scalp and roots for a few minutes. If you have curly hair, you can segregate your hair into small parts to avoid missing out on any areas.
Use circular motions to gently rub the oil into your scalp. After you are done with the scalp, gently work your way till the ends of your hair.
Step 3: Wash It Off Well
After applying your oil, you can leave it on overnight and wash it off with shampoo the next day. Try using normal or cold water to rinse your hair and make sure that you clean it thoroughly.
Keep at a cool place.
Mistakes To Avoid While Oiling Your Hair
1. Don’t Comb Your Hair Right After Oiling It
Your hair is vulnerable to breakage at this point as your scalp is relaxed. Oil can weigh your hair down and combing your hair right after oiling can cause it to break.
2. Don’t Wash Too Soon
Getting rid of all the excess oil is important, but not too soon! Allow the oil to sit on your scalp for at least two hours. This lets the oil penetrate through the follicles and nourish your scalp.
3. Don’t Overuse The Oil
Applying too much oil to your hair means you’d have to use extra shampoo to wash it off. This will strip away your hair’s natural oils along with the excess oil you’re attempting to get off.
4. Don’t Tie Your Hair Up
Tying your hair up can make your hair prone to breakage. Your hair is in a vulnerable state and is already weighed down by the oil. Tying up your hair will only result in breakage.
5. Don’t Wrap With A Towel
Towels are rough and can break your hair when it is soaked in oil. Use a warm plain cotton cloth or shirt instead.
6. Don’t Massage Too Vigorously
Massaging your scalp too fast or vigorously can break your hair. Massaging your scalp gently in circular motions is the right way to go about it.
7. Don’t Overuse Your Shampoo
Washing off all the excess oil is important. A lot of us tend to overuse our shampoo in an attempt to get rid of the excess oil. Using too much shampoo on your hair can remove its natural oils and cause more harm than good.
Should oil be applied to dry or wet hair?
Water forms a layer on your hair and scalp that does not allow the oil to pass through it. Hence, you must ideally apply oil to dry hair for it to be able to nourish the deeper layers of your scalp and hair.
Use life long for permanent results.
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