The most common emails I get are usually about how to thicken hair or hair loss ✨✨ I always write back that firstly they should check thyroid and hormone level to see if there is a deficiency. After that go to Ayurvedic treatments(I have a luster hair oil on @shivarosebeauty for healthy hair) for healthy tresses ✨✨✨on the site we share this Lakshmi locks recipe from #wholebeauty I believe that our hair is connected to our intuition. Our hair is both our antennae and our tail, and a strong communicator. From the Kundalini perspective, the hair is a vibrant source of creative life force that helps to funnel powerful sun energy into the frontal lobes of the brain. Your hair’s health, much like your skin’s, can alert you to changes in your overall health- specifically hormone imbalances, thyroid issues, and toxicity buildup- before symptoms are manifested elsewhere in your body. Hair is a source of feminine power, and keeping your’s healthy will also help your aura shine. I love this hair mask recipe from Whole Beauty for when I need to show my hair some extra love.
Named for the Hindu goddess of fortune and prosperity, this mask works wonders on your locks as it conditions, stops dandruff, and makes your hair grow longer, stronger, and faster. It’s a tridosha mask. Fenugreek seeds are an Indian spice known for their sweet smell and helpfulness in treating hair loss and baldness. Shikakai powder comes from a common Asian shrub and is high in antioxidants like vitamins A,C, and K. It helps to balance the pH of the hair and make it shiny. Amla fruit has three times more vitamin C than an orange. If you are having trouble finding these herbs in your area, you can order them from Banyan Botanicals or Dual Spices.
Recipe on #thelocalrose Taken from #wholebeautybook Published by @artisan_books Image @minh_ngoc ✨🌿✨ #ayurveda #hairlosssolution #diymask