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Sesame oil for curly hair

I suspected that due to the coconut oil contained in this product, sesame would not serve me. I am pleasantly surprised, because it turned out that my hair has succumbed to this oil.
Composition:
Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba) - 3,00% w / v (a plant with nutritional properties, often used for dyeing hair and tattoos. May darken the hair slightly. It is used for eczema, mycosis, dermatitis and hair loss)
Manduka Parni (Centella Asiatica) - 1,00% w / v (improves circulation)
Jati (Jasminum Officinale) - 1,00% w / v (has calming and relaxing properties. Used mainly for skin diseases - dry, oily, sensitive, irritated)
Gunja (Abrus Precatorius) - 0,500% w / v (has antibacterial and anti-allergic effect)
Dhatura (Datura Metel) - 2,00% w / v
Elaychi (Elettaria Cardamomum) - 0,500% w / v (Malabar cardamom is used for baldness and dandruff)
Neelinee (Indigofera Tinctoria) - 1,00% w / v (deepens the color, strongly nourishes)
Indravaruni (Citrullus Colocynthis) - 1,00% w / v (accelerates hair growth, prevents hair loss)
Jatamansi (Nardostachys Jatamansi) - 0,500% w / v (stimulates hair growth, prevents hair loss)
Karanj (Pongamia Glabra |) - 0,500% w / v (toning, works on the condition of the hair)
Neem (Azadirachta Indica) - 0,500% w / v (relieves inflammation, irritation, redness, and also regulates sebum)
Mahendi Pan (Lawsonia Inermis) - 0,500% w / v (nourishes the hair, gives the effect of thicker and nourished hair)
Mandoor Bhasma (Ferri Peroxi Dumrubrum) - 4,00% w / v (prevents premature graying and hair loss)
Trifala - 3,00% w / v (Asian pennywort stimulates hair growth)
Rasot (Berberis Lycium) - 0,500% w / v
Akkar Kara (Anacyclus Pyrethrum) - 0,500% w / v (has anti-dandruff properties, works on hair loss)
Vacha (Acorus Calamus) - 0,500% w / v (stimulates growth, improves blood supply to the scalp)
Yastimadhu (Glycyrrhiza Glabra) - 0,500% w / v (moisturizes, stimulates hair growth, has antibacterial properties and regulates sebum)
Processed As Per TAIL PAK VIDHI With MILK - 10% v / v (milk proteins - nourish, soften the hair structure)
Wheat Germ (Triticum Aestivum) Oil - 1,00% v / v (nourishes the scalp)
Nilibhrungandi Oil - 8,00% v / v (supports hair growth)
Til (Sesamum Indicum) Oil - 25,00% v / v (sesame oil - warms up, regulates the scalp, nourishes, improves circulation)
Lemon (Citrus Medica) Oil - 1,00% v / v (antiseptic)
Sugandhit Dravya - 2,00% v / v
Quinazarine Green SS (CI No 61565) - 0,0004% w / v (green dye)
Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil - QS to 100% v / v (coconut oil rebuilds, moisturizes and protects against the harmful effects of the sun)
summarizing - the session consists of 18 herbs, 5 oils and milk proteins.
Great stimulates hair growth (with regular use you can actually see the effects), the hair becomes thicker (I notice a lot of baby hair) and falls out less. What more could you want?:)
A product with so many beneficial ingredients couldn't have done a bad job on my hair. After this oil, I have the impression that my hair is highly nourished, it actually regulates sebum (after oiling, I do not have to wash my hair every day, because the scalp does not get oily so fast).

When it comes to smell, I don't mind, although I know most of them complain about it. I mainly feel lemon and other herbs that don't smell bad to me. But as they say - smell is a matter of taste. Even P. got used to the smell, although at the beginning it was hard ...

I usually apply the oil to dry hair, which I comb with tangle teezer before oiling. I keep it all day (if I stay at home) or all night. I wash off with a mild shampoo (recently Hipp, which is great with oils).

When the oil came to me (it was very cold at the time) it was solid. I had to warm it a little under warm water so that it returned to its oily consistency. Now it is smooth all the time.
As a rule, my hair reacted badly to coconut oil, but in this mix of oils it doesn't harm my hair at all.
There are no contraindications to use the oil during pregnancy.
I think I can say that sesame works best on my hair. Probably even better than amla.
Although I was a little afraid that it would weigh on my thin hair - nothing like that happened. Hair after oiling is supple and curls underlined. Even after applying a small amount of session on dry hair (after washing and drying), the curls are full of life.

7 Comments

  1. Avatar Kasia Szewczyk 16 March 2014 / 10: 11

    Everyone's praising this product, maybe it's worth trying it at last 🙂
    I invite you to myself and follow my blog if you like it :)

  2. Avatar Onyxia 11 March 2014 / 13: 35

    Recently, I have been thinking about changing the oil that speeds up hair growth and I think I will choose this one when I use up my old supplies. ;]

  3. Avatar KOSMETASIA 9 March 2014 / 16: 13

    I adore this oil 🙂 both in its original and exotic version 🙂 and my hair is wavy with a tendency to sizeable curls 😉

    • Avatar GoodForYouDP 10 March 2014 / 17: 53

      I heard about this exotic version, but I didn't see the composition. I wonder if it is the same as ordinary oil?

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