Want soft and shiny hair? Do you find it almost impossible to find the right shampoo for the optimum growth for your hair? Look no further and change your shampoo to herbal to ensure you get the benefits that your hair deserves.

The shampoos you choose plays a huge role in maintaining the shine, volume, and strength of your hair. With the spreading awareness on the internet, the use of herbal shampoos is becoming quite popular. The herbal shampoos available in the market are usually made using natural ingredients such as Alma, hibiscus, gooseberry, and more, which are quite beneficial for the scalp and hair.

Not only do these products save you from the hassle of cutting, but they are also good for cleansing the hair products that may cause damage. Here are a couple of benefits of using herbal shampoo for cleansing and moisturizing your hair.

Benefits of using herbal shampoo

  • Reduction of hair fall

Hair fall can make you stress. There are many causes for hair fall, one of which is using hair products and heating irons for hairdos and more. Using herbal shampoo benefits in reducing the hair fall. In order to achieve good results, it is advised to use herbal shampoo at least twice a week to reduce hair fall.

  • It increases hair growth

The ingredients used in the creation of herbal shampoos are natural ingredients that have benefits in hair growth. These ingredients help in strengthening the roots and open hair follicles which in turn helps in increasing hair growth

  • It adds shine to the hair

The herbal shampoo enhances the roots and opens new roots that are soft and adds to the shine of the hair. It adds natural beauty to the hair, which was previously destroyed with the use of heating tools and hair products.

  • It helps with split ends

Split ends are a great problem for people as they can make the hair look dead. However, herbal shampoos and treatments can help in reducing the split ends and makes them appear healthy.

  • It helps in balancing the PH of the scalp

Herbal shampoos are great for reducing the oiliness of the scalp. It helps in managing the pH of the scalp and reduces the production of sebum on the scalp. It doesn’t strip off the natural oils of the hair, but only maintains the appropriate amount of natural oils required by the roots.

  • Its help in reducing dandruff

Herbal shampoos are great for treating dandruff on the scalp. They are light on the scalp and tough on dandruff acting as an anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal product on the scalp. They are great for retaining the moisture of the scalp and fighting the problems with effective results.

Choosing the right products for herbal shampoo

  • Amla 

Amla, also known as gooseberry, comes with impressive nutrients that work magic for hair. It works amazingly to cleanse the hair without stripping the natural oils off the scalp. It has been used for years for the creation of amazing Ayurvedic medicines for curing hair problems. It nourishes the hair and scalp while preventing the greying of the hair.

  • Shikakai

Also known as Acacia concinna is commonly used in the production of hair products that not only benefit in increasing the growth of the hair but also strengthens it. Not just that, it doesn’t strip the hair from the natural oils and helps in maintaining the pH of the scalp. It can be said that Shikakai has the potential to clean the excess sebum from the scalp and removing the dirt without damaging it.

  • Reetha

A name of an herb, also known as soap nut that has been used for hair care in ancient times. Soapnut is gaining popularity in recent years because of its many benefits for hair. It is one of the main ingredients in the production of herbal shampoos and can make the hair look lustrous and silky. A soap nut based shampoo can give an instant lustrous and think hair.

  • Neem leaves

Neem is one of the common trees found in India and comes with many impressive benefits for skin and hair. Its strong antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal properties are able to treat any scalp problems as well as promote hair growth and treat dandruff and other scalp problems.

  • Cinnamon

This wondrous herb is one of the common spices used in the continental cuisines. Not only that, it can work magic for the scalp by stimulating and increasing blood circulation. Its anti-fungal and antibacterial properties can also help in treating scalp problems while nourishing the hair.  

All in all, it can be said that herbal shampoos are made of traditional ingredients often used in Ayurvedic medicines to treat various problems.  It can help in cleaning the scalp and hair while benefitting with hair growth.

Author Bio: Fyth Michele is a botanic researcher with a degree in Botanical sciences from the prestigious university of Philadelphia. She is currently employed as a head researcher at Xord Cosmetics. She is highly appreciated for her knowledge and work in the industry. She understands the needs of nourishment for hair and skin. Besides her love for plans and herbs, she is also a fervent believer of music and aroma therapies.