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Sesame Oil

Sesame Oil

Helps protect skin cells from the damage caused by environmental facto

Regular price Rs. 295.00
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Sesame Carrier Oil:-

Treats Premature Graying

Massaging your hair and scalp with sesame oil can prevent premature graying, retaining the natural color of your hair for longer. In fact, sesame oil has hair darkening properties. Regular use of this oil will help darken your hair while keeping it healthy.

Promotes Hair Growth

Sesame oil improves the circulation of blood in the scalp, and it thereby promotes hair growth. It is also highly penetrative which helps heal chemical damage, and supplies nourishment to your hair shafts and follicles

Treats Head Lice

Another lesser known benefit of sesame oil is that it can be used with other essential oils to treat head lice. Regularly applying the oil to hair before shampooing has proven to be extremely beneficial for the same. Sesame oil is antibacterial and using it on the scalp helps keep both fungal and bacterial infections at bay

Protects Hair From Harmful UV Rays

Another benefit sesame oil offers to hair health is that it’s a natural sun-blocking agent. Applying sesame oil to your scalp and hair prevents the potential hair damage that could occur during extended sun exposure. Sesame oil forms a protective coat around the hair shaft, keeping it safe from the harmful rays of the sun, It also saves your hair from the damaging effects of pollution.

Sesame Oil For Deep Conditioning

Warm the oil and combine it with any deep conditioner. Apply the mixture onto your hair and leave it on for at least one hour. For maximum results, leave it on overnight.

Ingredients

Oil of sesame nut

How to Use

Apply directly to skin or hair as required or combine with other oils and essential oils to create a unique product for yourself. Click the DIY banner above to explore more.

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