Dear Concerned, Your oils – Sesame Oil and Castor Oils are very good. But their density is high and they need to be mixed with some carrier oil for application. Please tell your hair oil – Nourishing Anti Hair Fall Hair Oil is of same density as above 2 oils OR of less density and can be applied directly in hair? Regards, Manik Sood

Dear Mr. Manik, Thank you for your mail. The Nourishing Anti Hairfall Hair Oil can be directly applied to the scalp. Castor Oil has to be blended with 50% Virgin Coconut Oil or Grape Seed Oil. Extra Virgin Olive Oil can alse be used. Sesame Oil can be directly used or diluted with 25-50% Virgin Coconut Oil or Grape Seed Oil. Best Regards Aloe Veda Team

I am using your Aloeveda castor oil first time for hair. I want to know that how to apply the castor oil on hair as it is very thick and sticky like honey. When i apply it directly on my hair i get lot of hair in my hand. Should it be mixed with some other thing like coconut oil then applied? So tell me the right way of applying so as to get good results, and also how much times it should be applied in a week? – Ankur Kapoor

Dear Mr. Kapoor, This is the most commonly asked question regarding the use of Castor Oil. You are right. Good Castor Oil is really thick, like Honey. You may mix Castor Oil with 50% Virgin Coconut Oil ; Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Grapeseed Oil and apply directly to the scalp. Apply 2-3 times per week, before going to bed. Wash after 6-8 hours using a Mild Shampoo. You should see the results within 15 days.

How do I use Aloe vera Gel?

For general hydration, we recommend that you use about 2-5 gm of product on your face. Always use after washing the face with cold tap water. Do not apply topical aloe vera to deep cuts or severe burns. People allergic to garlic, onions, and tulips are more likely to be allergic to aloe. Do not consume internally.

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  1. reginald.pathrose
    reginald.pathrose August 30, 2014 at 10:32 am Permalink

    This is a test post done on 30th Aug.. call me in case of any questions

    • reginald.pathrose
      reginald.pathrose August 30, 2014 at 10:34 am Permalink

      Thanks for your mail. This is a test response.

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