The Ten Premium Herbs in Herbriller (Part 2): Phyllanthus Emblica Fruit, Lavender and Cinnamomum Cassia | Herbriller Blog

The Ten Premium Herbs in Herbriller (Part 2): Phyllanthus Emblica Fruit, Lavender and Cinnamomum Cassia

Top quality ECOCERT-certified AAA-grade henna, one of the ten premium herbs used in Herbriller.
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In our last blog post, we looked at the benefits of henna, guar and sapindus mukorossi for your hair and scalp.

In part two of our series introducing the ten premium herbs used in the 100% natural Herbriller hair dyes and treatments, we look at three more ingredients – phyllanthus emblica fruit, lavender and cinnamomum cassia.

Phyllanthus Emblica Fruit

Phyllanthus emblica fruit, commonly known as amla or Indian gooseberry, has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine – an Indian ancient natural medicine practice – to treat a wide variety of health conditions.

Rich in vitamin C, it also contains many minerals and vitamins like calcium, phosphorus, iron, carotene, and vitamin B complex. It has the most antioxidant power among whole foods, which prevents free radicals from damaging hair follicles.

Some of amla’s most important benefits are its cleansing and healing abilities. Its anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties can relieve irritation to the scalp, keep dandruff at bay and promote a healthy scalp for healthy hair growth.

Amla is also a natural conditioner. It nourishes your hair, giving it shine and making it soft and smooth.

Lavender

Lavender is a flowering plant in the mint family. Its sweet floral scent is calming and soothing, and helps to reduce stress, tension and anxiety.

It moisturizes the scalp and balances the production of sebum to control excess oil production on the scalp. It has natural anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which help to prevent itchy scalp or dandruff.

Cinnamomum Cassia

Cinnamomum cassia, or more commonly known as cinnamon, is an evergreen tree originating from southern China.

It acts as an exfoliant to clean and nourish the scalp. It also stimulates blood circulation to the scalp and improves the flow of nutrients to the hair follicles for healthy hair growth. Cinnamomum cassia also makes a good conditioner for the hair, keeping it from drying and retaining its gloss.

It cleanses the scalp and controls dandruff and itching of the scalp with its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and astringent properties.

While Herbriller harnesses the characteristic of henna as a natural dye to cover white and gray hair, it also includes other premium herbs to improve the condition of your hair and scalp. In one treatment, you cover your white hair while keeping your hair and scalp healthy at the same time.