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24 oz size comes in two bottles 16 oz + 8 oz
48 oz size comes in two bottles 32 oz + 16 oz
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NATURAL Amla Oil, also known as Indian Gooseberry Oil, is cold-pressed extracted from the seed of the Emblica Officinalis plant. Commonly used in Ayurveda, this yellowish-brown oil is high in vitamin C with strong antioxidant properties. This virgin material has not gone through a refining process and exhibits a characteristic aroma and flavor. NATURAL amla oil is a new ingredient gaining popularity in the development of hair care products as it helps to nourish hair and moisturize the scalp. NATURAL amla oil is commonly used as an ingredient in cosmetic formulations such as anti-aging products to help fight free radical damage to the skin.
Cold-pressed, extracted from the seed of the Emblica Officinalis plant
Shelf life is guaranteed for three years from the date of production if the product is stored in the unopened original container between 15 C – 30 C, protected from light.
People who regularly use amla oil suffer from dandruff, dry skin, hair loss, dehydration, a poor immune system, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, oxidative stress, premature aging, wrinkles, age spots, blemishes, scars, flu, cough, cold, congestion, and inflammation, as well as people who are at a high risk of cancer.
Perhaps the most popular use of amla oil is on the hair, as it can moisturize and strengthen your locks, while also preventing infections on the scalp, and adding to the shine of your hair when regularly applied as a hair mask, scalp massage, or conditioner/shampoo.
Giving your skin a healthy glow and preventing common infections and conditions, such as psoriasis, eczema, rosacea and even acne are all possible with the use of amla oil. However, for skin conditions, it is important to use pure amla oil or make your own at home, as some mixtures contain mineral oils, which can clog pores and exacerbate certain conditions.
This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.