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There are a variety of natural hair treatments that can help to keep your hair healthy and looking great. Ayurvedic Indian Head massage combined with a hot oil treatment is a great way to promote hair growth and overall scalp health. It has been used for centuries in India as a means of improving the condition of the scalp, promoting blood circulation and stimulating the follicles to encourage healthy hair growth.


The massage technique involves gently manipulating pressure points on the head, neck and shoulders that are connected to the scalp. The massage helps to improve circulation in the head and neck area, which can help to stimulate the follicles for more vibrant hair growth. It also helps to reduce stress and tension, which can contribute to healthy hair growth. Indian head massage is a great way to pamper yourself while improving your overall scalp health and providing your hair with a natural boost. For maximum results, it is recommended to receive a series of regular treatments. With regular use, you may notice stronger, thicker hair as well as an improved overall scalp health.

1 Treatment : £55 (30 mins)

Course of 6 : £275


Pomegranate and Baobab Oil

Best For: Low Porosity Hair

Pomegranate oil and Baobab oil are both excellent oils for low porosity hair. Low porosity hair is tight cuticle hair, which can be tricky to manage because it does not allow moisture in easily or quickly. This type of hair requires special care and attention when selecting products as ingredients that may work on other types of hair may not work on low porosity hair.


Pomegranate oil and Baobab oil have both been proven to be beneficial for low porosity hair. Pomegranate Oil is a lighter oil that can help penetrate the tight cuticle, allowing moisture in more easily while providing nourishment at the same time. It also provides vitamins and antioxidants that help to repair damaged hair. Baobab oil is a heavier oil. It provides a protective barrier on the hair strands that locks in moisture, repairs damage, and helps keep the cuticle from becoming too tight. Both Pomegranate and Baobab Oil together are great for low porosity hair.

Thyme, Rosemary and Gotu Kola Extract

Best For: Hair Loss

Thyme oil is a natural remedy for hair loss and can be used to help boost follicle strength and stimulate new hair growth. Rosemary oil has been used for centuries as a traditional remedy for thinning hair. It helps with circulation and stimulates follicle growth. Gotu Kola extract is a natural herb with hair growth properties. It helps to strengthen the hair shafts and stimulates new hair growth by increasing circulation to the scalp. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which can help nourish and protect the scalp from damage. Gotu Kola extract is also known to reduce hair loss caused by stress, hormonal imbalances and age-related factors. With its array of natural ingredients, Thyme, Rosemary Oil and Gotu Kola Extract have been proven to aid in preventing and restoring hair loss

Ginger Oil and Organic Jasmine Rice Extract

Best For: Dryness 

Ginger Oil and Organic Jasmine Rice Extract are two powerful, natural ingredients that provide a nourishing boost for dry hair. Ginger oil is rich in antioxidants and helps to moisturize the scalp and strands. It works to soften and strengthen hair while providing an anti-frizz effect. Organic Jasmine Rice Extract is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals which helps to protect the hair from damage. It also provides a natural shine while protecting the hair from environmental stressors. When combined, these two ingredients can help to provide extra moisture, softness and strength to dry hair.

Moringa and Avocado Oil

Best For: High Porosity Hair

Moringa and avocado oils are great natural products for treating high porosity hair. Both of these oils are rich in fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants, which help to deeply nourish the hair shaft, reducing breakage and increasing moisture retention. Moringa oil is known for its ability to penetrate deep into the scalp, helping to repair and protect the follicles. It can also help to reduce split ends and tame flyaways.


Avocado oil is also great for high porosity hair, as it penetrates deep into the scalp, providing essential nutrients to the hair shaft and helping to reduce dryness. The fatty acids in avocado oil help to lock in moisture to prevent breakage, while also helping to promote hair growth. Using these oils together is an effective treatment for high porosity hair.

Geranium and Carrot Seed Oil

Best For: Hair Shine & Strength

Geranium and carrot seed oil are two amazing natural oils that can help to restore the shine and strength of your hair. Geranium oil has been used for centuries to promote healthy hair growth and prevent breakages, while carrot seed oil is a powerful antioxidant that helps to nourish the scalp and protect against free radical damage. Both of these oils are rich in essential fatty acids and vitamins that can help to protect, moisturize, and repair the strands of your hair. When used together, they create a powerful combination that can give you shiny, strong locks.

Peppermint, Lavender Oil and Oat Extract

Best For: Scalp Conditions

Peppermint and Lavender oil is an effective and natural remedy for scalp conditions such as dandruff, dryness, itchiness, and eczema. They are known to soothe the scalp by reducing inflammation and supplying moisture with antiseptic properties, stimulating circulation on the scalp leading to healthier follicles.  Oat extract is an excellent natural remedy for scalp conditions with high moisturising levels protecting against dryness and irritation. It also contains several vital nutrients such as A and B-complex vitamins which improve scalp health. All of these ingredients in combination can help to provide relief from scalp issues as well as promote healthier, shinier hair.

Hair Porosity Test

If you're not sure what type of porosity your hair has, a simple hair porosity test can help. To do this, take a strand of clean, dry hair and place it in a cup of water. If the strand sinks immediately, you have low porosity hair. If it floats for several minutes before slowly sinking, you have high porosity hair. If the strand sits somewhere in between and neither sinks nor floats, you have normal porosity hair. Understanding your hair's porosity can help you choose the best products for your individual needs.

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