Is the Dabur Amla just pure Amla oil. I want to buy some but the last time my mom got me some the second ingredient in there was mineral oil. And I prefer not to put that I'm my hair.
Yes it unfortunately has some mineral oil , but also mixed with pure extract of alma thats why it smells strong, it works but I understand that some ppl dont tolerate mineral oil , u could simply purchase some dried alma n soak them in the oil ur using I do that n my hair is ver happy
Hello curlies I thought of posting the pics n names of best hair oils fir hair growth that Arabian women depend on highly for hair growth, these r all Indian oils some are aurvudic u can find them online I hope
This one is sooo popular every arabian and indian house has calked Daber Amla
Second is coconut oil called parachute
Finally the strongest hair oil for all scalp problems n also headaches , it's aurvudic and called HimaTaj
I hope u benefit from this
I want to note that first n last oil stink badly but they r the best
Have you ever used mustard seed oil? I hear that's good for growth as well.
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Yes I heard of it and I also heard that it's the beauty secret of the Pakistani hair
I know this thread is old and not even sure if Sayoon (the OP) is still lurking about on here. She had mentioned soaking dried amla in oil to get the benefits without having to use the Dabur Amla oil which smells pretty bad (from what I understand).
I was wondering if she could suggest a place where you can get dried amla? I went to my local Indian grocery store and bought a bottle of the Parachute coconut oil and I'm real excited about trying it out for my prepoo this weekend. I saw dried amla in this store too but it was salted dried amla. Salt would dry my hair out and I'm not trying to go there.
So anyway, where can you get salt-free, dried amla (preferably on the ground; I'm not a big fan of ordering online)? Sayoon or anyone who knows, please answer.