Grow your hair longer, more luscious and shinier with nourishing, deep conditioning hair mask ‘Kala’
Sold as a powder, requires mixing. Size reflects volume, not weight.
An Ayurvedic hair mask formulated with Brahmi (Gotu Kala), Amalaki (Amla) + Irish Moss (Chondrus Crispus)
Ayurvedic herb Brahmi, also known as Gotu Kala, increases hair length, strengthens and nourishes the scalp and blood vessels, encouraging blood circulation. The nutrients in Brahmi stimulate hair growth and prevent hair loss and shedding. Brahmi also encourages stronger and thicker hair by binding alkaloids to proteins within the hair shaft.
Amalaki, also known as Amla or Indian Gooseberry is a natural source of vitamin C. It serves as a natural hair conditioner, strengthening and nourishing your strands while adding shine and volume to hair. ’Kala’ is ideal for those struggling to retain moisture and reducing shedding. Amla is considered a Superfood for hair and its high iron and carotene content stimulate hair growth. Its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties remove impurities restoring pH levels of the scalp, thus preventing dandruff and itchy scalp.
Irish Moss has been used in ancient beauty techniques for deep nourishment and conditioning of hair. Irish Moss soothes scalp, deep conditions hair while enhancing shine and strengthening hair fibers.
*Brahmi Gotu Kala (Centella asiatica), *Amla (Phyllanthus emblica), *Irish Moss (Chondrus crispus)
How To Use:
Mix your clay with equal parts Apple Cider Vinegar and water, your choice of oils or conditioners with a non-metal bowl and utensils. Mix until you reach desired consistency. Feel free to add more liquid as needed. Apply to damp hair, on the scalp and from roots to tips. Massage into scalp. Cover hair with a shower cap. Leave the mask in for 20-30 minutes. Rinse with warm water and condition.
NBU Bath Botanicals are made with naturally derived ingredients, which in some cases may cause sensitivity in certain individuals. If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use immediately. Products and recommendations by NBU make no claim to cure or prevent any disease or medical problem and is not intended to substitute other therapy or medical advice.