Owing to our vast industry understanding, we are able to manufacture and supply a large gamut of Herbal Hair Oil. Our provided oil is processed by making use of natural herbal extracts. Can be used regularly, our hair oil help in reducing hair fall and improves hair growth. The provided collection of Herbal Hair Oil gets duly tested under the hygienic environment keeping in mind the set industry norms of industry.
- Enhance hair strength
- Control dandruff
- Accurately composed
Helps to reduce hair fall
Helps to promote hair growth
Helps to improve the quality and quantity of the hair
Acts as an antifungal agent; beneficial for fighting fungal infections of the scalp and skin
Helps to maintain healthy skin by improving liver function
Useful In Controlling Dandruff,
It Stops Premature Graying Of Hairs
PRESENTATION: CAPSULE: BOX OF 10 BLISTER-PACK STRIPS OF 10 CAPSULE EACH & OIL: 100 ML BOTTLE WITH FLIPTOP CAP, NAKED BOTTLE
What causes hair and skin problems
On average, we have around five million hairs. Each month, each hair shaft grows by a centimeter. A hair shaft is expected to reach its maximum length within two to six years. The hair growth cycle comprises of an active growth phase (anagen), cessation of growth and initiation of degeneration (catagen) and the resting phase (telogen), which is followed by hair fall. Normally, each day, about 50 to 150 hair shafts shed from the scalp. If a new hair does not regrow from the hair follicle, the hair on the scalp starts to thin.
The number of hair follicles on the scalp is usually determined at birth. People born with a greater number of hair follicles have thicker hair. The extent of hair loss might be influenced by genetic factors. Men with a family history of baldness are more likely to experience permanent hair loss. Hormonal changes might affect the quality of your hair. Excess hair loss owing to hormonal changes is common among women after pregnancy and menopause. Emotional stress might trigger hair fall. Severe hair fall might be a sign of iron deficiency anemia and thyroid malfunction. To maintain the normal hair growth cycle, the hair follicles need to be nourished. A poor diet fails to supply the essential nutrients to the hair follicles that are needed for the growth and development of the hair. Hair growth might suffer if the hair follicles are damaged by fungal or bacterial infections.
Poor nutrition and improper skin care are common causes of skin problems. However, one should not overlook the importance of liver health in maintaining the skin health. Skin is the largest organ of the human body, followed by the liver. Changes in the color and texture of the skin are usually symptoms of liver disorders. Both acute as well as chronic liver diseases often manifest in the form of jaundice or yellowing of the skin. Rosacea, "paper money skin" or the appearance of numerous small subcutaneous blood vessels scattered throughout the skin, palmar erythema or reddening of the palm, rashes and scratch marks are frequently associated with chronic liver diseases. Liver disorders slow down fat metabolism, which tends to increase the dryness of the skin.
Skin problems are also common among diabetics. High blood sugar level increases the risk of skin discoloration, itching, darkening and thickening of the skin.