Also known as Emblica officinalis/Phyllanthus emblica


Strengthens hair, reverses premature greying, thickens hair promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss.

What is it?

"Amalaki, also known as Amla, is the Sanskrit name for the Indian gooseberry tree (Emblica officinalis or Phyllanthus emblica) that grows throughout India and bears small, sour-tasting fruits.
A longtime go-to fruit, it has been used in Ayurveda and other Asian medicinal practices for thousands of years by being included in diet as well as in skin and haircare. Some sources even suggest the small, tart amalaki fruit has one of the highest known concentrations of vitamin C in the plant kingdom. A powerful natural conditioner, Amla is traditionally used to combat thinning hair and hair loss as it helps to strengthen hair, add shine and boost growth."

Traditionally use in

Hair Oils, Face Masks, Hair Masks