- Relieves hair loss
- Delays graying
- Gives the hair shine
- £5.30 (£5.30 / 100 g)
Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs
Delivery on Wednesday, 03 June: Order before Wednesday at 06:30.
Amla is particularly rich in tannins, vitamin C and flavonoids, and has been used for millennia in Traditional Chinese and Tibetan Medicine, as well as in Ayurvedic medicine as a medicinal plant. It is considered a hair tonic and a tool for protective skincare.
Used for hair care, Amla tones and nourishes the scalp and promotes hair growth and hair pigmentation. It gives the hair strength and protection and is ideal for red to dark shades.
Application: Mix the required amount of amla powder with hot water to form a paste and let it rest for at least an hour. Do not use a metal container. Thereafter, apply the paste generously to hair and scalp and leave on for 20 to 45 minutes (depending on greasy hair, the longer the exposure time). Then rinse thoroughly with clean water and enjoy the silky hair feel, shine and optimum manageability.
Pure Amla powder creates no visible color effects. Mixed with other vegetable powders such as henna or indigo, however, it will be a more consistent and creamier paste and can add light reflections in the color results that depend on the mixing ratio. Due to its high vitamin C content, Amla may cause slight redness to particularly sensitive skin types.
This 100% natural "Simply" line was not made only to offer new hair care products, but also to stretch herbal hair colors in order to enhance or mitigate them. This line of plant powder has a variety of uses and benefits.
- Emblica officinalis leaf powder
Information about Herbal Hair Colors & Powders
Questions & Answers about Phitofilos Pure Amla Powder
| || ||27||(75%)|
| || ||4||(11%)|
| || ||3||(8%)|
| || ||1||(2%)|
| || ||1||(2%)|
1 customer review in English
16 customer reviews in all languages