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•    Avoid over massaging of scalp and hair. This may increase production of sebum which leads to clogging of hair follicles and hair loss
•    It is advisable to massage scalp and hair at night and wash it off in morning. Or else excess oil may attract dust and dirt paving way for dandruff.
•    Wash your hair at least twice a week.
•    Eat well balanced food which is rich in minerals, vitamins and nutrients. Nutritious food leads to healthy hair growth.
•    Take utmost care of your diet during pregnancy, nursing, menopause and while using oral contraceptives.
•    Massage hair regularly with suitable hair oil.
•    Dry hair naturally. Avoid blow driers.
•    Do not brush excessively. It may lead to hair loss and splitting of hair.
•    Cover your hair with cotton scarves to protect from hot sun or cold drying air.
•    Avoid tight caps and hats. This may disturb blood circulation to hair follicles.
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Ayurveda recommends Coconut oil or naarikela taila (in ayurveda) in conditions like dry skin and skin diseases. It has been found that application of coconut oil is beneficial in psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis.

Massaging coconut oil on body has myriad benefits. It prevents formation of wrinkles, ageing of skin and pigmentation. It is known as varnya in ayurveda. Varnya means restoring the complexion and glow of skin

It relieves stress when massaged on scalp and rejuvenates scalp and hair. It is classified as keshya. Keshya signifies its action as a hair friendly herb.

Application of coconut oil helps to prevent hair loss, dandruff and increase hair growth. It also acts as a natural hair conditioner.

Massaging foot with coconut oil helps to soften cracked heels and increases the beauty of foot.

Application of coconut oil accelerates the process of wound healing. It is very safe to apply on cuts and wounds

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