Ayurveda & Hair Care

Ayurveda is a holistic healing science. The term Ayurveda comprises of two words, Ayu and Veda. Ayu means life and Veda means knowledge or science. So, the literal meaning of the word Ayurveda is the science of life. Ayurveda is a science dealing not only with treatment of some diseases but is a complete way of life.

Generally, the modern life style is full of stress, anxiety and mental tensions. The fast and high tech life style consumes a lot of body energy, and the natural body processes are unable to produce enough energy to cover up the loss. The factors like irregular eating habits, not taking enough natural foods, using too much chemicals, drugs, lack of proper exercise, and pollution etc. further weaken our energy. Thus the vital force of the body (ojas), which is responsible for the lustre and glow, is reduced in the body. Thus the skin and hair becomes unhealthier and less beautiful.

Hair loss, falling hair, thinning of hair and balding are some of the common problems of hair. Many of us suffer from these ailments, the reason being our modern life style and diet. Ayurveda can be very beneficial in such condition. According to Ayurveda, one must know about the root cause of the problem.

What exactly is the ayurvedic hair care treatment?

This therapy have designed a hair and scalp program to treat dandruff, hair fall, dry hair, split ends, balding and an itchy scalp.  Our tailored program combines Indian scalp massage and dhara with traditional ayurvedic oils to replace lost protein, moisture and nutrients to the hair.  The program will fortify and strengthen the hair increasing the elasticity, also creating shine and vibrance to the hair.  It is an intensive program to control your hair problems

The program will help to control and clear the following hair conditions: hair loss, falling hair, thinning of hair, balding, dandruff, hair breakage, split ends and an itchy scalp.

Daily for 45 minutes – hair and scalp treatment, which includes treatments like scalp massage, dhara, nasyam, etc.

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