Organic Sweet Almond Oil

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A pure, natural and organic oil treatment that hydrates and smoothes from head to toe.

$47.00
Quick Overview
A light and gentle conditioning treatment with the delicate sweet smell obtained from the ripe seeds of the Sweet Almond tree. In Ayurveda, Sweet Almonds are considered a nutrient for the brain and nervous system and also said to induce high intellectual level and longevity. Rich in Vitamins A & E, it nourishes and improves complexion reviving its natural glow. Useful for lightening dark circles, spots and marks and can be used even by delicate, irritated and sensitive skin types. Smoothes hair cuticles, helps control hair fall and adds lustre to damaged hair. Ideal for baby massages.
Benefits :
• 100% Natural and Organic
• Cold Pressed
• Fast absorbing
• Non-sticky
• Conditions damaged hair
• Smoothens skin
• Even Skin Tone
• Excellent for baby massages
What to Expect:
A light, non-sticky and easily absorbed oil with a delicate and sweet Almond scent.

How to Apply

Warm a small amount in the hands and massage gently all over the face/body. Leave for 30 minutes, cleanse post treatment with a mild soap or body cleanser. For hair, simply apply to scalp and gently massage hair from root to tip. Leave for 20 minutes, cleanse post treatment with a mild hair cleanser and warm water. Can be used from head to toe, by all skin and hair types.

Use With

Ubtan:

Regular use will balance oily skin conditions and tones the skin surface, helping reduce the appearance of cellulite. This product is a herbal cleanser and skin polisher. Traditionally used after Ayurvedic treatments to clean skin, it can be used as an alternative to soap. Leaves skin noticeably smooth and glowing.A combination of finely powdered herbs, cereals, pulses and nuts with no harmful laurel sulphates. Softens and smoothes while effectively cleansing and exfoliating. Amongst its ingredients are oatmeal, green gram, almond, neem, turmeric and fennel.

ALMONDS

It replenishes the lost nutrients in the skin, reduces acne and makes the skin look healthier. Its oil is a mild moisturizer that is often used for massages. It reduces breakage, split ends, itchy scalp, dry roots and flat hair. It softens the scalp, and
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Q. Is it suitable for dry hair and skin?

Question by: PRIYA KAUR on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. Yes it suits dry skin and moisturizes hir roots for regrowth.It also regenerate new cells oin your skin.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

Q. Is it ok to moisturize my baby with it?

Question by: PRIYA KAUR on Sep 22, 2016 09:23:45 AM

A. Yes it gives babies healthy skin and moisturizes their body intensely yet gently.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2016 11:53:35 AM

Q. Is it safe to use during pregnancy?

Question by: PJ on Mar 10, 2019 04:59:59 AM

A. Yes, Organic Sweet Almond Oil is 100% natural and organically certified. We also suggest Dhanwantaram Thailam a 100% natural, Ayurvedic treatment oil, specially formulated for expectant and new mothers, to relieve pain, prevent stretch marks and improve elasticity, while boosting immunity.

Answer by: Team Kama on Mar 13, 2019 07:28:09 AM

Q. hi can i know when will be the earliest date the stock will be available again?

Question by: Lukesh on Mar 30, 2019 03:11:12 AM

A. Kindly enter your email details on our website to be notified as soon as it is back in stock.

Answer by: Team Kama on Apr 08, 2019 10:53:41 AM

Q. Can I use this as hair serum(like livon) after the hair wash?

Question by: PC on Jul 11, 2019 04:58:43 AM

A. Yes, minimally apply Organic Sweet Almond Oil to damp hair to smoothen the cuticle, while nourishing.

Answer by: Team Kama on Jul 22, 2019 07:11:20 AM

Q. Can we use this oil on acne prone face.

Question by: sp on Sep 06, 2019 14:27:11 PM

A. We suggest Organic Neem Oil mixed in equal ratio with Organic Sesame Oil. Apply to the affected area, post thirty minutes follow with Anti Acne Cleansing Foam.

Answer by: Team Kama on Sep 23, 2019 10:07:53 AM

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