Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Get Bollywood Beautiful Hair With Coconut Amla Hair Treatment

Women in India are proud of their shiny, healthy hair. One of their beauty secrets:
Amla and Coconut Oil.

According to exotic beauty Shalini Vadhera, her Coconut Amla Hair Revitalizing Treatment ($45, 6 oz.) is the biggest seller in her Global Goddess beauty line of products. This wonderful hair oil enjoys a cult status around the globe.

And if your hair is dull, damaged, over-processed, straggly, or weak, this is one hair product you should invest in. Okay, not the cheapest beauty treatment on the block, but one which offers super results. Now you, too, can have 'Bollywood beautiful hair."

So let's take a closer look at the blend of main ingredients in Global Goddess' Coconut Amla Hair Revitalizing Treatment:

Coconut oil. Neem oil. Amla extract. Henna. Avocado oil. Grapeseed oil.

The well-traveled Shalini, who is also first generation Indian, knows that women from her homeland are very fond of Amla.

"For shiny, thick locks women in India rub it in!," Shalini Vadhera explains. " Amla & Coconut Oil that is! Amla, the “divine” fruit also known as Indian Gooseberry, is one of the richest natural sources of vitamin C. Just a touch of this extract on your lifeless locks brings a natural shine, soft texture and rejuvenated health."

According to Shalini's website, these natural and healthy ingredients all serve a purpose:

Coconut Oil: nourishes.
Neem Oil: soothes scalp.
Amla Extract: rejuvenates.
Henna: adds volume and shine.
Grape Seed Oil: protects.
Avocado Oil: moisturizes scalp
This hair treatment will instantly bring life back to your tired mane of hair. And it's simple to use:

Massage onto scalp and hair, roots to ends. Leave on for 30 minutes, shampoo and condition.

This must be a very worthy hair treatment, because Lucky Magazine gave Global Goddess' Coconut Amla Hair Revitalizing Treatment a nice compliment, calling it--'Miracle Best-Selling Hair Product' in their June 2009 issue.

For more information and purchasing, visit Global Goddess.

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