You certainly already asked yourself this question: how to stimulate hair growth?
As for me, I found the answer to this question during my second trip to India in 2012, when I discovered the beauty secret of Indian women: amla oil.
Since then, my hair, which struggled to stay healthy when it reached the chest, has been able to grow to the point of reaching my buttocks, while remaining supple, full of life and slightly wavy.
In this video, I explain what amla is, the effects of amla oil, how to use it, what oil to use and where to buy it.
At the end of the article, you will find a summary of the video content and links to order the oil directly from Amazon.
Video: How to stimulate hair growth with amla oil?
This video includes French, English or Hindi subtitles.
What is amla?
Amla is an Asian gooseberry used in ayurveda. It has many virtues thanks to its high content of antioxidants, vitamins A and C.
It is also a powerful inhibitor of 5 alpha-reductase, a principle used to fight baldness.
Amla oil effects to stimulate hair growth.
By nurturing them, amla oil makes hair stronger and healthier. No more brittle roots and split ends!
Because they are healthier and well nourished, they grow longer and faster.
You can see the evolution of my hair growth between late 2012 and 2018 in my complete guide on amla oil for hair.
Amla also darkens the hair. At 45 years old, I never colour them and I only have 4 or 5 white hairs.
For blondes, you can use another Indian oil instead of amla: kachur sugandhi oil.
How to use amla oil for promoting hair growth?
Simply apply it twice a week to fragile areas, usually roots and ends, leave it on all night and then shampoo as usual.
Which amla oil to buy and where?
I recommend the pure amla oil.
Do not buy the Dabur brand, recommended everywhere, but containing paraffin – petroleum residues.
You can order from Amazon’s website using the links below. Delivery is generally free of charge and you will find an excellent choice of products at competitive prices.
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