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KESHRAKSHA OIL


  • Promotes hair growth by increasing the protein synthesis (hair growth stimulant)) in dermal papilla (regulates hair follicle development and growth) of cells.

Indications:

Hair fall, Premature greying of hair

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BENEFITS


  • Reduces hair fall and prolongs anagen phase.
  • Enhances structural integrity of hair.
  • Enables long, strong and dark hair.

Herbs’ uniqueness


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Phyllanthus emblica


  • Possess hair growth promoting activity and retains its dark texture.
  • Contains vitamin C and possess strong anti-oxidant property.
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Bergamia koenigii


  • Retains natural hair tone and stimulating hair growth.
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Lawsonia alba


  • Accelerates hair growth and possess anti-microbial activity.
  • Maintains hair texture.
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Indigofera tinctoria


  • Contains natural pigment indigo.
  • Promotes hair growth.
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Eclipta prostrata


  • Promotes hair growth.

Scientific Proof


  • In vivo study findings showed that there is a significant increase in the hair length within 9 days of treatment.
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  • In vitro study by Northern blot analysis showed significant improvement in the protein synthesis specific to hair growth on application of Keshraksha oil.
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Usage Instructions


Kesh Raksha Oil
Apply Keshraksha oil after bath over the scalp and roots of hair.
Regular and long term use of Keshraksha oil is recommended.

(OR)

As directed by the physician.
For external use only


Composition

Each 5gm contains

  • Phyllanthus emblica
  • Bergamia koenigii
  • Lawsonia alba
  • Indigofera tinctoria
  • Eclipta prostrata
  • Oleum cocos nucifera
  • : 50mg
  • : 50mg
  • : 50mg
  • :75mg
  • : 75mg
  • : Q.S.

Contra-indications:

There are no known contra-indications.

Proprietary Siddha Medicine

The information and details provided on this page is not intended to be an alternative for professional medical advice.
Consulting a qualified medical practitioner for diagnosis and regular clinical follow up is recommended.