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Making Time For A Ayurvedic Regimen

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Hey beauties! In this latest post I want to give you MY hair regimen/ the benefits of each product I use, and I how fit it into a schedule that works best for me.

Now, all the products I use are Ayurvedic. So… What does Ayurvedic mean? Ayurvedic are products free of silicones, preservatives, synthetic ingredients and harsh sulfates.

If you what/need your hair to smell like candy, artificial flowers, or some sort of Chanel fragrance, this post is not for you. Most of the products I am going to list smell like, medicine, grass, or the natural smell of flowers. If you can live with this, then please, continue on reading.


Vatika Oil: is comprised of Coconut Oil and infused with traditional Ayurvedic Herbs [Brahmi, Neem & Amla just to name a few] Coconut Oil strengthens hair at the roots, promotes hair growth, and actually penetrates the shaft to repair areas of the hair damaged from protein loss. – Vatika Oil has been a staple in my home for the past two years! It makes my hair extremely soft, shiny, and manageable.
Bringraj Oil: works to strengthen hair at the root, strengthen the hair shaft, and promote hair growth. Bringraj leaves your hair noticeably stronger, softer, and full of body. Those that wish to keep their regimen simple will also appreciate that this oil includes other herbs beneficial to hair care [like amla, maka, hibiscus, and methi just to name a few]. Bringraj is hands down one of my favorite herbal oils hair products by Vadik.

Henna: Think of Henna like a natural protein treatment. Henna works to stop breakage by strengthening the hair shaft. Henna also works to seal and repair the cuticle which makes for more manageable hair, a plus when it comes to detangling. Although Henna is mainly known as a mega strengthener, Henna has conditioning properties as well, which leaves the hair shiny, soft and full of body. THE TYPE OF HENNA YOU USE WILL HELP SAVE TIME AND MONEY! I USE NUPUR


Nupur Henna: is made up of 9 herb (so you don’t have to buy them separately):

  1. Brahmi: promotes hair growth
  2. Shikakai: cleanses the hair and promotes shine
  3. Aloe Vera: moisturizes hair, leaving it soft, and silky
  4. Methi: conditions, nourishes, and revitalizes the hair
  5. Bringraj: promote growth, and make hair luxuriant
  6. Alma: darkens hair color, adds shine, and luster
  7. Neem: fights scalp infection and prevents dandruff
  8. Hidiscus: rejuvenates hair, making it shiny and silky
  9. Jamtamansi: prevents graying hair

What do I cleanses my hair with? Bentonite clay mixed with Bringraj oil, Vatika Oil Castor Oil, and Apple Cider Vinegar.

How I use these products in your regimen; (I make sure to do this the day before my day off of work). I do this routine every month in the exact order.

Wk 1: Cleanse hair with Bentonite clay. Allow it sit in the hair for 35mins. Rinse, and apply henna. Allow the henna to sit overnight. The next day, rinse out the henna, and apply a leave in conditioner. Detangle, moisturize scalp with DIY oil mixture and style. DONE!

Wk 3: Cleanse hair with Bentonite clay. Allow to sit in hair for 35mins. Rinse, apply leave in conditioner, detangle, moisturize scalp, style as usually. DONE!

This regimen works best for, it doesn’t take up time from my personal life, and its easy to save on product usage. So I save money. Natural hair doesn’t have to be high maintenance when you find a schedule that works best for you. I hope this helps a lot.




Good luck! 🙂

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