Krya Harmony Hair Oil (100 ml)


With the sharp rise of stress at work, difficult deadlines and long commutes, we are seeing a different kind of hairfall today – one that is caused by a high degree of mental stress.

Ayurveda tells us that a high degree of mental stress can excite vata dosha. In these situations we would typically see an inability or difficulty falling asleep, an inability to focus, severe restlessness, varying appetite with occasional binge eating, difficulty in switching off after work and a very high use of laptops or cell phones as you continue to work long after normal work hours.

Sometimes this is accompanied by dry skin, dull hair, severe hair breakage and aches and pains in the body especially across the back and musculoskeletal system.


What happens to hair during stress?

Sudden, inexplicable hairfall

Stress takes about 180 days to show up on hair, so when we receive complaints of sudden, inexplicable hairfall, we try and trace events that occurred about 3 – 4 months back to understand the cause.
Stress appears to excessively stimulate our androgenic hormones, perhaps to help with our flight or fight response. While the physical pathway of how stress works continues to be unravelled, its net result on hair and skin is quite certain. In times of stress, your hair’s Anagen phase abruptly shifts to Catagen phase. In normal hair, atleast 85% of hair is supposed to be in Anagen phase at any point of time, and only 1% transitions to Catagen phase.
This ratio is altered in times of stress, as a large proportion of Anagen phase hair shifts abruptly to the Catagen phase. This causes a sudden loss of much larger amounts of hair. 


Drying out of scalp and hair

High stress and therefore excitation of vata dosha increases dryness across the body. In hair, this dryness shows up as hair that looks dull, that is extra frizzy, that gets tangled easily, and that has a lack of lustre. In addition you may find an increase in spilt ends and hair breakage


The Krya harmony hair oil: designed to work with hair that is dull, dry and breaking because of high stress

Ayurveda advises us to use specific herbs in oils in applications that are designed to calm down mental stress. One of the key herbs we use in the Krya harmony hair oil is Brahmi. Not only is Brahmi a great aid to memory, it also helps calm and soothe down overwrought nerves and aids good sleep. Along with Brahmi, the Krya harmony hair oil also uses powerful hair restoring and nourishing herbs like Indian gooseberry, Chebulic Myrobalan, Nutgrass and Moringa leaf. The hair oil uses a base of organic and cold pressed pure vegetable oils like coconut, sesame, and kokum butter that richly nourish hair and scalp. A complete list of herbs with their provenance is given below.
This is a 100 ml pack. All of Krya’s products are vegan & cruelty-free and do NOT contain any synthetic or animal origin ingredients

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Why you should oil your hair regularly:

Krya advocates frequent oil massages for your hair as an important part of a healthy hair regimen. This follows classical Ayurvedic tradition which advocates the abhyanga as a way to regain good health. Generous and frequent oil application on your hair comes with many wonderful benefits. Besides improving the texture and health of your hair, frequent oiling keeps your scalp’s sebum levels in balance, improves circulation in the scalp, deep cleans your scalp and lifts dead cells and dirt, and stimulates the roots.


How the Krya Harmony Hair Oil is made:

The Krya Harmony Hair Oil is made using a classical 3-part Ayurvedic method combining Taila (oil), Kashayam (Aqueous Extract) and Kalpa (paste) .This is a method unique to Indian traditional medicine, where the nutrients inside herbs are extracted in both water and oil – this ensures that every part of the herb is extracted into the oil, giving you an oil which is both powerful and “sookshma” (capable of penetrating even the minute cells). This process alone takes us between 6 – 8 hours of constant manual stirring to ensure the oil maintains a perfect consistency and the herbs do not get burned.


After processing the base oil and base herbs, we further add raw, cold pressed, organic oils and let the herbs steep for more time to ensure their nutrient properties are fully transferred to the oil. This cold infusion process takes us a further 7 days – so every batch of oil takes us 8 days to manufacture. At the end of the hot processing and the cold infusion process, the texture of the oil changes and the oil is extremely different from its basic nature – so even though heavy oils like sesame and coconut are used, the end oil is much lighter, less sticky and penetrates hair and scalp much faster than the base oil.



What goes into the Krya Harmony Hair oil: 

Herb Infused Oil: Forest collected Brahmi, Organic Bhringaraj, Forest collected Nutgrass, Organic Amla, Organic bottle gourd, Forest collected Chebulic Myrobalan, Forest Collected Belleric myrobalans, Organic Moringa, and Forest collected Vetiver processed in cold pressed and organic oils (Coconut, sesame and Kokum butter)


Questions and answers of the customers

  1. A Hello, We are in the process of formulating a Mask and Wash exclusive to this oil. Until then we suggest using the Krya Conditioning Hair wash and the Krya Conditioning Hair Lepa (Mask) with this oil.


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