|Botanical name||Terminalia chebula
|Origin||India, China, Sri Lanka|
It is an Ayurvedic herb generally used in powder form. It is very suitable as a hair mask to strengthen the hair, tone it, revitalize it, cleanse it and hydrate it. Harad (also called haritaki) is astringent and antibacterial, which means it has cleansing and anti-blemish properties. Traditionally, in India, this Ayurvedic powder is used to wash the hair, bring suppleness and shine, get rid of dandruff or as a mask to replace conventional conditioners. It was sometimes used in the formulation of oils (dried plant macerated in vegetable oil) that people used to guard against small scalp infections, such as dandruff, but also to promote healthy hair growth. and strong. Today, it is part of the composition of certain quality vegetable colorings, combining henna and plants with the objective of care (purify the scalp, bring shine and softness, have a detangling effect, smooth, sculpt curls and curly locks, make the dye last longer, cover white hair …).