Ever wonder how our grandmothers managed to have thick, glossy and intensely dark hair even in their 50s? The secret lies in the powerful Ayurvedic fruit Amla, also known as Indian Gooseberry for hair. Derived from the Amalaki plant, Amla fruit has been used as an essential part of hair care rituals since time immemorial and is considered an elixir for hair. Owing to its richness in nutrients like Vitamins C and tannins, Amla has been a part of grandma’s beauty treasure trove for centuries! Amla also possesses nourishing properties. One amla contains up to 80 percent moisture making it a great natural skin conditioner. Looking for ways to use amla for hair? Let’s help you out. Take this amla powder in bowl , add water to form thick mask. Apply the mask and massage your scalp. Just make sure that all of your hair is covered in it from the roots to the tips. Leave it on for 30 to 40 minutes and wash it off with mild shampoo. You can use this hair mask once a week to boost scalp health and make your hair soft and shiny, strength and unbreakable !!!