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Indian Red Roses & Hair Fall

May 31, 2017

Indian Red Roses & Hair Fall 

 

Not many are aware that roses are not just mere flowers to express one's love or for it's heavenly fragrance. Roses are not just used to make perfumes and oils but the Indian Red Roses are used in beauty products.

 

The Indian Red Rose contains antifungal, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. It also has a cooling and calming effect on the scalp and provides moisturization too. This is perfect considering the hot climate which we live in. One of the many ingredients I use in my concoctions for Organic Hair Cream Bath treatments to Stop Hair Fall/Hair Loss are Indian Red Roses. 

 

A simple way to compare if your scalp is heaty, is to place fingers of your left hand on to your scalp and fingers of your right hand on your left hand. Compare the heat sensation which you are feeling now; which area is "hotter/warmer".  Feeling a marked difference would mean that your scalp is "heaty". 

 

Indian Red Roses in combination with other herbs,  provide relief for itchy scalps and is able to reduce flaky skin on the scalp. These flowers also provide a calming and soothing effect which is important as this aids Hair Growth.

Visible results are noticed from the very first session.

 

Consultation with me is FREE. Promo for Organic Hair Cream Bath is Now at RM 150 (70 - 90) minutes. NR RM 350. This session includes the Organic Concoction, scalp, neck, shoulders and upper back massage, hair steam, wash and blow dry.

 

You may also purchase the Miracle Hair Rescue Mask & the Miracle Hair Growth Oil if you are unable to come here for the treatment sessions.

 

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All services are provided by appointment. Call 03 7725 3897, 11 am - 9 pm, Wed - Mon. Close on Tuesdays. 

 

 

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