Banyan® Botanicals Organic Healthy Hair Oil
For Thick and Lustrous Hair, Nourishing for All Hair Types
Nourishes and rejuvenates the hair
Supports thick, full-bodied hair
Brings out the hair's natural color and luster
Promotes soft, silky, manageable hair
Applying herbalized oils to the head and massaging into the scalp is a traditional Ayurvedic practice that has been used for hundreds of years to maintain a thick, lustrous head of hair. Gently massaging the head stimulates the hair follicles and allows the deeply nourishing herbs and oils to penetrate the scalp, strengthening and thickening the hair at its roots. As an added bonus, massaging the head with oil calms the mind and promotes sound, restful sleep.
Healthy Hair oil brings you the powerful effects of the top three Ayurvedic herbs known to have a special affinity for your hair, cooked by traditional methods into a moisturizing and nourishing base of sesame and coconut oils, and then infused with the essence of hibiscus flowers, also used to support the natural health of hair. Bhringaraj, known as "the ruler of hair," rejuvenates the hair and scalp, supported by the cooling and cleansing effects of amalaki and brahmi/gotu kola. Together, the certified organic herbs are used to infuse the oil with qualities known to Ayurveda to strengthen and protect the hair. Used on a weekly basis to massage the hair and scalp, Healthy Hair oil will support your natural thickness, color, and shine.
- Apply oil to hair and scalp. Leave in for at least 30 minutes, then wash out using a gentle shampoo. Oil can be kept in overnight if desired. For best results, repeat at least once a week.
- For external use only.
- Sesame oil+, Coconut oil+, Bhringaraj (Eclipta alba)+, Brahmi/Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica)+, Amalaki (Embilica officinalis)+, Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa)+, Rose (Rosa damascena)+
- +Certified Organic
- All oils make surfaces slippery and can be combustible. Use caution when drying or storing linens exposed to oils as they are potentially combustible when exposed to heat. Consult your dryer manufacturer’s guidelines for drying linens that have been in contact with oils.