Natural Herbal Hair Care Oil for Oily Hair
Laurel Leaf (Laurus Nobilis): It is a type of shrub or tree with fragrant leaves that can remain green all season. The oil obtained from bay leaf consists of fatty acids and essential oils.
Almond (Prunus Amygdalus Var. Dulcus Oleum): The almond tree, whose homeland is Central Asia, has been grown in Iran and China for 3500 years. Its fruits are formed only in sunny regions of the Mediterranean. The tree is native to southwest Asia. Its cultivated form can be grown in the north as far as the English islands. It is a small tree, reaching 4-9 m in length. The lanceolate leaves are about 6-12 cm long and have teeth on the edge. The flowers are generally white or light pink, 5 petals, and 3-5 cm in diameter. It blooms in early spring before the leaves.
Ingredients: Laurus nobilis oleum (Bay Leaf Oil), Terebinthinae oleum (Pine Turpentine Oil), Lavandula angustifolia miller oleum (Lavender Oil), Cedrus oleum (Cedar Oil), Rosmarinus Officinalis oleum (Rosemary Oil), Prunus Amygdalus var Oil), Melaleuca Alternifolia Oleum (Tea Tree Oil), Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Corylus avellana oleum (Hazelnut Oil).
Usage: It is applied without wearing a cap by massaging your hair area for 3-4 minutes three times a week and waiting for a maximum of 45 minutes. Afterward, it is rinsed with a herbal shampoo without waiting for the first wash and massaged for 1-2 minutes in the second wash with shampoo to purify the remaining oil on the scalp. It is recommended to apply 1-2 hours before going to bed in the evening for a more effective result.