Extract of Amla
Although it is little known, there are certain sectors of the western population that have read and know the incredible properties of this fruit and use it daily. In fact, those who like Ayurveda will know that the Amla is one of the most important plants of traditional medicine in India, it has been used for about 5000 years and is now frequently used to treat hair.
The fruit comes from Phyllathus emblica, a tree native to the tropical and subtropical areas of Southeast Asia, it is a not very large tree with many bright branches and leaves and gives us its fruit. It looks a bit like a plum but yellowish-green and has an impressive list of health benefits, most of which are confirmed by modern scientific research.
What are the benefits of Amla extract?
A tip that you can apply with Amla Extract in your hair:
If we want to use it to improve the appearance of our hair, which looks brighter, even to stop its fall and repair the split ends, it is best to use the amla extract to counteract all signs of capillary abuse that we may have.
In this case, you should apply 1 or 2 times a week.
You have to do a massage on the scalp and then leave it for at least 1 hour or it can last all night with the application of amla extract and in the morning remove with plenty of water and wash with the usual shampoo. In this way, the extract will stimulate the blood circulation of the scalp and nourish the hair.
It is also recommended to use the amla extract to control the problems of oily hair or dandruff. And for those who dye their hair with Henna, this fruit, if mixed with Henna before applying it, increases the effect of the dye and you get more intense tones, and also provides hydration and nutrition.