Calming oil is recommended for individuals with oily scalp who suffer from dandruff and hairfall .


Ingredients – Coconut oil, Amla (Indian gooseberry), Neem leaves, Bhrahmi leaves, Bhringraj leaves


Coconut oil is predominantly made up of a medium-chain fatty acid called lauric acid. This gives coconut oil a long, straight structure, which is more easily absorbed deep into the hair shaft. It’s thought that coconut oil’s chemical structure is behind its superior ability to protect hair . It helps in moisturizing your hair and reducing breakage, protecting your hair from protein loss and damage when wet and also protecting your hair from environmental damage like wind, sun, and smoke.

Dandruff can be caused by an overgrowth of fungus or yeast on the scalp and coconut has antimicrobial properties that help in countering it . Excessive grooming can damage the hair shaft, which in extreme circumstances can cause hair loss. Coconut oil can help keep your hair in good condition and prevent this.

Amla works as a natural hair conditioner, leaving hair soft, smooth, and manageable. It aids in detangling the hair while reducing friction and breakage. The antioxidants in Amla combat free radicals that can damage the hair follicles and lead to hair loss.

Neem helps with dandruff problems of all kinds as well as with a red and itchy scalp that is a result of chronic dandruff on the scalp. Neem actively cleanses and strengthens hair follicles. Increased blood circulation in your scalp gives you stronger and healthier roots, therefore lustrous, stronger, and healthier hair as well. One of the lesser-known benefits of neem for hair is the fact that it acts as a great antioxidant. The fact that it is an antioxidant is one of the primary reasons why neem leaves can prevent premature greying of the hair

Brahmi plant and its white flowers contain therapeutic properties. It features beneficial compounds like bacosides and alkaloids that help promote better health. Brahmi’s soothing properties help improve the brain’s cognitive functions, enhance memory, and promote better sleep at night. It promotes hair growth,prevents split ends,thickens hair,acts as a natural conditioner,prevents dandruff,helps with hair fall and prevents greying of hair.

Bhringraj is a natural herbal remedy that has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. This oil is renowned for its remarkable benefits for hair, skin, and overall health. Derived from the Bhringraj plant, which is native to India, Bhringraj oil is a potent elixir that offers a wide range of advantages. One of the most celebrated benefits of Bhringraj oil is its ability to stimulate hair growth and prevent hair loss. This natural oil helps improve blood circulation to the scalp, nourishes hair follicles, and strengthens the hair, promoting healthier, thicker, and longer locks. Regular use of Bhringraj oil can significantly reduce hair fall and boost hair growth.It can penetrate deep into the scalp and treat dryness. Bhringraj oil can be warmed and applied to hair to treat dandruff.

Regular massage with Bhringraj oil improves blood circulation. When the nutrients present in the oil reach the root of the hair, they strengthen the hair follicles and prevent baldness. These nutrients present in the oil help in facilitating the growth of hair.

Did you know that stress is one of the biggest reasons behind hair fall? Bhringraj oil is a natural therapy for hair fall with a soothing fragrance. Massaging your scalp and hair with Bhringraj oil relaxes the mind and prevents stress-induced hair fall.

Another reason for hair fall is the lack of nutrition in hair. Bhringraj oil is rich in nutrients that provide the hair and the scalp with all the necessary nourishment, thereby preventing hair fall.

Did you know massaging your hair with Bhringraj oil can increase the flow of blood to your head? The oil is known to cause vasodilation, a process through which the blood vessels get widened up, resulting in improved blood flow to the roots of the hair. This process promotes hair growth.

Bhringraj is rich in nutrients which provide deep conditioning to hair and bring out the natural shine.

Ayurveda Cooking method to make herb oils

Whole, powdered and paste of herbs are soaked in water and cooked in brass vessel for 6-7 hours . Then the base oil is added gradually and further cooked for another 6-7 hours till the water is totally evaporated. This method ensures the goodness of all herbs added are assimilated in the oil . This also increases the shelf life of the oil to two to three years easily.

There are no fragrances or preservatives added. There might be sometimes sediments of the herbs found at the bottom of the bottle and that’s perfectly alright to use. The colour of the oil will also change given the usage of herbs in different seasons and months of the year. A few herbs when available in the season are used fresh and sometimes in the dried powdered form which changes the colour of the oil but not the efficacy and benefits.

How to use and massage the scalp

Place coin sized amount in the palm of your right hand and drop this oil on the crown of your head. You can figure out the crown of your head by placing your thumb at the tip of your nose and little finger on the head and wherever that reaches is the spot of your crown. Use your finger buds to spread this oil in the surrounding sections of hair. If needed take more oil and first spread it in the first section of hair beginning from the forehead. Keep moving and spreading and massaging the oil till the nape of the neck. Use your first finger to massage behind the ears . Keep massaging with your finger buds all over the scalp. Lightly and gently tug at the sections of hair. Leave the oil in your hair for a few hours and then wash it off with shampoo or just water as you wish.

When not to apply oil in hair

  • In conditions of cold , cough and fever which may be seasoanal , viral or bacterial
  • If there is an external injury on the scalp , please don’t apply oil until it is healed completely.
  • Do not apply oil on scalp post evening hours or at night
  • Do not leave oil on the scalp overnight

Benefits of Oil Massage

  1. Moisture and Nourishment- In Sanskrit “Snehana” is the word which indicates the feeling of affection or oleation that we need for health , vigour and overall wellbeing. Hair oil provides essential moisture to the hair shaft, preventing dryness and brittleness. Regular massages with oil help in nourishing the scalp and hair follicles, promoting overall hair health.


  1. Strengthening-Certain oils, such as coconut oil, almond oil, and castor oil, contain nutrients that strengthen the hair shaft, reducing breakage and split ends. Massaging these oils into the scalp enhances their effectiveness in strengthening the hair.Any of these oils could be used as base oil for different body types and assimilated with herbs.


  1. Improved Blood Circulation - Massaging the scalp with oil improves blood circulation to the hair follicles. This increased blood flow delivers more oxygen and nutrients to the follicles, promoting hair growth and overall scalp health. Oil massage is the most ancient wellness therapy for health and immunity.


  1. Reduced Frizz and Tangles-Hair oil helps in smoothing the hair cuticle, reducing frizz and making the hair more manageable. Regular massages can also help in detangling the hair, making it easier to style. With all the variations of weather and seasons , hair have to face the brunt of dryness, humidity and pollution which damages the texture of hair. Oil massage protects hair against such external factors.


  1. Prevention of Scalp Issues- Oils such as tea tree oil and neem oil have antimicrobial properties that help in preventing scalp infections and issues like dandruff and itching. Regular application of these oils can maintain scalp health and prevent such problems.Any aromatic oil or essential oil should necessarily be used with a base or carrier oil. These concentrated oils should not be used for a direct application.


  1. Stress Relief -Massaging the scalp with oil can be a relaxing and stress-relieving experience. It helps in releasing tension from the scalp and muscles, promoting a sense of relaxation and well-being. The concept of external oleation “Snehana” is the practice for promoting overall well -being and hence oil massage is therapeutic.


  1. Promotion of Hair Growth- Some oils, like rosemary oil and peppermint oil, have been shown to stimulate hair growth by improving circulation and providing nutrients to the hair follicles. Similarly herbs like fenugreek, onion seeds have tremendous effect on hair growth.


  1. Enhanced Shine and Luster -Hair oil coats the hair shaft, providing a protective layer that reflects light, giving the hair a healthy shine and luster. Regular use can enhance the natural beauty of the hair and improve its overall appearance.The application of oil protects the texture of hair from damage of sun, wind and other environmental factors thererby keeping it shiny and lusturous.

If you are a resident of regions where the winter season faces temperatures below twenty degree Celsius then stop using this oil and choose Hibiscus winter oil to keep your hair healthy and luscious. Since the shelf life of all Yogavahi Wellness oils is more than a year , you can resume the usage of Soothing oil in the summer season. The Hibiscus winter oil easily has a shelf life of more than 2 seasons.



Additional information

Weight 200 kg