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Take Care of the Crown You Carry

Take Care of the Crown You Carry

What is the first thing we notice when we see someone? We see their faces, their smiles, and their long, lush, shiny hair. Hair is something that gives you confidence and helps you look your best. It is the biggest crown anyone carries. 

So, in order to benefit from the confidence boost that our hair provides, we must take proper care of it and ensure that we are not compromising its health by allowing bacteria or fungi that cause hair fall and dandruff to grow.

How have we been known to take care of our hair? These steps ensure that the health of your hair isn't hampered. The first step is to oil the hair. Hair oiling is a practice that has its origins in Ayurveda. This practice is more than 5,000 years old. Oiling your hair not only retains moisture but is also known to reduce pitta in the body. It has additional benefits. The warmth of the oil and the head massage that is done post-oiling promote blood circulation and hair growth.    

Let’s look at some of the ingredients and the benefits of Lush layers.

  • Onion (palandu): An ancient ingredient used in the oiling process. This oiling juice contains sulfur, which helps in the provisioning of stronger, thicker hair. It also helps in preventing hair loss and aiding hair growth. Collagen, in turn, promotes the growth of healthy skin cells and hair.
  • Lemon: Acidic in nature, lemon is a natural vitamin C source that boosts collagen, stimulating hair growth. Rich in vital nutrients, regularly using lemon juice strengthens hair follicles and encourages hair growth. It also reduced the buildup on the scalp.
  • Sweet Flag: Vacha or "sweet flag," is known to be a natural insecticide and an ingredient that prevents the growth of lice in hair. 
  • Aloe vera: Aloe vera contains vitamins A, C, and E, which work to promote cell turnover and healthy, shiny hair. It also has folic acid and vitamin B12 to help with decreasing hair fall.
  • Garlic: The vitamins B-6 and C, manganese, and selenium in garlic promote healthy hair. It is also an ingredient that aids in healthy, lush hair.
  • Tulasi: Tulasi helps rejuvenate the roots and curb hair loss while preventing premature greying and dandruff.
  • Bakuchi: In alignment with Ayurveda, Bakuchi is known for its hair-growing properties, along with controlling dandruff. It also helps with vitiligo spots due to its Kusthagna and Rasayana properties, as it shrinks the white patches. The benefits of using Bakuchi in lush layers include increased hair growth, a less dry and itchy scalp, and reduced hair fall.
  • Nutmeg: Nutmeg is an ingredient that helps calm the nervous system and improve blood circulation to the reproductive organs. The main benefit of nutmeg in Lush Layers is that it acts as an antioxidant, restores moisture, and is known to help with scalp infections.
  • Ginger: It has been used to treat a variety of ailments since ancient times. This herb has anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and anti-oxidative properties. helps alleviate dandruff and encourages blood circulation on the scalp when applied.
  • Black pepper: This is a mild irritant that will help stimulate the hair follicle, increase cell turnover, and promote hair growth. It also increases blood circulation to the scalp.
  • Cumin: Cumin, or Jeera, acts as an antiseptic and antioxidant for hair oil. The antifungal, moisturizing, and nourishing properties of cumin and coconut oil stimulate rapid hair growth.
  • Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is an evergreen haircare product. It helps with moisturization, hair growth, reducing breakage, and frizz control.

Some of the most common issues are listed below,


Little white flakes signal an old-fashioned case of dandruff. It can be irksome when the flakes fall on a dark shirt. Dandruff is simply a buildup of shed skin. Even though the cause is unknown, it may be due to a fungus on the skin.

You can’t catch dandruff from someone else, and it isn't dangerous, but it can be itchy and a bother. Luckily, there is no redness or scabbing on the scalp.

There is no cure, but it is fairly easy to control by washing your hair more often with a medicated shampoo. Leave it in for 5 minutes before rinsing to give it a chance to work. Pick one with one or more of these ingredients:

Palandu (onion) plus ginger and black pepper can keep lice at bay while also providing relief from itching and irritation. Lush layers aid in scalp health and the prevention of premature graying and dandruff.

These ingredients will not only keep the scalp issues at bay but will also enable the side effects that come with them. More such products made naturally to meet today's needs can be found at The Co-Being wellness shop. Check out our one-stop shop here.
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