Botanical Name: Emblica Officnalis / Phyllanthus Emblica
Extraction Method: Infused
Description: Amla, also known as gooseberry, is native to India and has been traditionally used to treat dry or damaged hair. Amla Seed Carrier oil is extracted through infusion in a mix of Sesame and Jojoba Oils.
It has strong aroma with a hint of woody undertone. It is rich source of Vitamin C, along with Vitamin A iron, fibre, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. Amla oil is also rich in essential fatty acids, proteins, and carbohydrates. Amla seed carrier oil is highly cherished for its properties like anti-bacterial, astringent, aphrodisiac, carminative etc.
Boosts Collagen: Amla oil penetrates deep into the skin and stimulates new collagen growth. It also helps in increasing skin’s elasticity and firmness. It helps to refine skin and tightens pores as well.
Moisturises skin: Since Amla oil is rich in minerals like magnesium, it has the ability to increase thickness and density of skin along with increasing sebum production which helps to moisture skin. Amla oil is an extremely nourishing oil and is quickly absorbed by the skin.
Anti-aging: It helps protect against free radicals and helps maintain youthful skin. As it helps to restore elasticity, it is an excellent oil for mature skin.
Healthy Hair growth: Amla oil has been known for its benefits for hair. It is often used in hair care to thicken, soften and retexturize unruly hair strands. It boosts hair health and imparts natural shine to hair.
Reduces Greying hair: Amla oil delays the loss of pigment from hair and therefore slows down the process of greying hair. It makes hair healthier, making it less prone to other signs of ageing like hair thinning or brittle hair.
Prevents dandruff: Amla oil has been traditionally used as a nourishing hair and scalp treatment and helps prevent dandruff. It is also known to strengthen delicate hair follicles and heal dry and itchy scalp.
Skin Type: Suitable for all skin types
Storage: It is recommended to store carrier oils in cool dark place to maintain their freshness and maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring them to room temperature before use.