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- Ayurvedic Formula
- For All Types of Hair (Vata-Pitta-Kapha Body Types)
- Absolutely No Artificial Ingredients
- Genuine Ayurvedic Product - Made in India
- Massage Into Hair and Scalp Before Shapooing
- Cruelty Free
- Beauty Without Cruelty - Seal of Approval
This 100% pure and natural Ayurvedic Conditioning Oil is faithfully made according to traditional methods laid down in the ancient Ayurvedic texts using Sesame, Coconut, Ginger Lily, Khus Khus, Nutgrass and Wheat Germ oils, infused with extracts of Neem, Brahmi, Castor leaf, Bhringaraj and Tulsi (Holy Basil). Formulated to strengthen roots and counteract the drying effect of most shampoos, while smoothing tangles and restoring natural balance for a healthy scalp and luxurious hair.
Massage a small amount of Auromere Hair Conditioning Oil directly into hair and scalp before shampooing. For naturally oily hair repeat shampoo step if needed. (For special hair and scalp treatment, oil can be applied a few hours--or overnight--before shampooing).
Quick Method: Simply mix a small amount of oil directly together with shampoo and wash as usual. Recommended for use with Auromere Shampoo.
No animal testing.
No animal ingredients.
Sesame oil, coconut oil, ginger lily oil, khus khus oil, nutgrass oil, neem, brahmi (Indian pennywort), castor leaf, bringaraj (eclipta alba), tulsi (holy basil), and wheat germ oil.
A mixture of oil, which is applied to the hair before shampooing. Before every wash I put on the scalp and hair and hold for about an hour, and only then wash off all the shampoo. After washing your hair living and shiny, the scalp moisturized and no dandruff. Only the smell is not very pleasant.
I love to deep condition my hair with a pre shampoo hot oil type treatment at least once a week. I have used everything from pure coconut oil to sunflower oil, and I like this the best because it saves me the step of blending my own oils. Also, my hair just absorbs this and after I shampoo it out and condition my hair does not feel greasy, just super soft. ( for reference I have long, semi wavy and dry hair that has a tendency to frizz)I'm not sure about it growing more hair, but it does make the hair I have feel much nicer. I also did not find the smell offensive at all, but if you do it is light enough that a couple of drops of essential oil will mask it. I tried it with spearmint EO and my hair smelled great for days.
aweful smell+ good result
Posted by 5742578645319402290 on Dec 01, 2016
I have dry curly long hair. I use this oil together with magnesium salts: put salts on scalp and oil along the hair, cover everything with plastic bag and towel, leave it for one hour at least. I do it for one month now twice a week. The quality of hair improved, but the smell is still something hard to stand. I think next time I will order jojoba oil in stead of this one.
Posted by 4776635542999821037 on Oct 08, 2016
I didn't like this AT ALL. I hated the smell, but the main reason I hated this was that it made my hair so soft that my curl activation products didn't work. In other words, it turned my naturally curly hair into a big poof ball. My hair was too soft and lacked definition. I also had A LOT of hair fallout when detangling.
Posted by 5577926163868063178 on Oct 02, 2016
This is a very heavy oil and smells very nearly like straight up sesame oil. Which, personally, i do not find pleasant. But that's just an opinion. Others might like that. As for performance, i would not suggest this for someone with fine hair as it really weighs it down a lot - even after about 5 shampoos it was still noticeably weighed down. It was moisturizing and did seem to help condition nicely, but is probably best for those with very coarse and dry hair. I was hoping the botanicals would help with some hair loss but the sesame base seemed to negate any effects due to possible estrogenic effects on me. Also, please be careful as this product will likely make the floor of your shower quite slippery.
Oil blend that works for afro-textured hair.
Posted by 4961706755192856288 on Sep 10, 2016
I have kinky, afro-textured hair, and this works as my pre-shampoo treatment. It leaves my hair feeling soft, conditioned, and nourished. My only critic for this oil blend is the pungent smell. Other than that, I don't mind re-purchasing in the future.