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Friday, September 11, 2009

AyurNatural Beauty Giveway!

The beautiful Ekua, owner of AyurNatural Beauty has graciously volunteered to do a giveaway for our faithful followers.

The lucky winner will win $20 worth of Ayurvedic products of your choice from her online beauty and health boutique that specializes in "Ayurvedic herbal essentials for the hair, face, skin, & overall health."

As stated in a the Natural Hair Community Entrepreneurs interview that I did a couple of months ago, she sells Hesh Pharma Herbals, Herbal hair color, hair care, skin care, supplements, hair loss remedies, and other ayruvedic remedies. Offerings include many Ayurvedic powders such as Henna, Shikakai, Neem and many others. In addition to Vatika Oil, Amla Oil, and Kalonji (Black Seed) Oil, she also sells powders, soaps,and creams for the skin.

Please stop by the store and check out some of the products at http://ayurnaturalbeauty.ecrater.com/.

You can view the interview "here".
If you can't wait until the end of the giveaway to get your hands on some of her fabulous products, stop by the store now. She's having a month long sale on 2008 crops of Rajasthani Henna, cassia, and indigo throughout this month while supplies last!

Shipping is super cheap and fast, unlike many online markets and her customer service has been rated excellent!

Giveaway Rules: You must be a follower of Kinky Rhonnie's Spot. You will receive an additional entry if you are also a follower of Ekua's blog, AyurNatural Beauty Talk. You must leave a brief comment as to how you currently use ayurvedic products in your regimen or plan to do so in the future. The winner will be selected randomly through an online random # generator.

***Remember, you get two entries if you are a follower of Ekua's blog as well. ***
The deadline to enter the giveaway is midnight Wednesday September 16, 2009.


  1. I currently use a mixture of the following on a weekly basis (I'll be going to a bi-weekly basis due to the economy..gotta stretch my products *haha*)

    50g Amla + 25g Brahmi + 25g Neem + 25 Maka + EVOO + honey

    I mix the powders with some warm water and then add the EVOO and the honey.

    I use my powder mix in order to strengthen my hair, give it a dark luster and also to help with growth retention.

  2. This is nice. I'd love to try this.

    I use Vatika Oil as a pre-poo over-night before every wash.

    Use Amla and Shikakai powder as a rinse and once in a while amla paste mixed on my face.

    My henna is done every month, switching up the mixtures since I'm no longer using it for color and I don't leave it in for any longer then 3 hours. (condition and strength)

  3. I've been dying to try an Ayurvedic approach to healthy hair, but haven't been able to try it so far.

    This is such a fantastic opportunity for newbies like me to learn about strengthening and caring for our hair this way! Thank you so much for that!

  4. Right now i pre poo with amla oil and i have used vatika oil in the past and i plan on trying henna in the very near future!

  5. im a follower of ekua's blog as well!

  6. I use amla in my hair weekly when it is in two stranded twists or loose. I have used henna in the past but have not really kept up with it. Currently I use coconut oil for my scalp.

  7. I've tried maka and amla, but like amla best. I also use vatika oil for scalp massages. My hair is in much better condition since using these.

  8. Currently I am transitioning (5 months!) and have been browsing the hair forums/blogs for ideas on the Ayurvedic herbs/powders. I plan to purchase some Alma and Brahmi powders with the discount. Thanks so much!

  9. I plan in using Amla for it's anti-hair loss properties. And also as a prepoo and mixed with henna to darken it.

    I also want to buy some anti bacterial ayurvedic herbs like Neem for my dandruff and itchy scalp.

    I want to buy more Henna for color and it's anti bacterial properties.

    I have been dying to try more ayurvedic herbs.

  10. I currently use Henna. Which I do once a month to strengthen and thicken my poor little strands.I have recently purchased Amla and Brahmi which also aid in thickening the hair I want a huge Badu fro! I've also started using Vatika Oil which is divine! Leaves my hair so soft =]

  11. I use henna to cover the grays and it creates pretty reddish highlights to my hair. I would like to try adding it with indigo next. Also interested in cassia which seems to give hair an incredible shine and adds strength.

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  13. I bought Maka powder from her, because I'm prone to alopecia bald spots. Then I pm'd her to ask about using it, well this beautful lady answered and she also sent me some information about making an oil with my powder. I made the oil and started using it on my one bald spot. I see some hair growing in already. I also use alma, neem,Shikakai and aritha powders. I love Henna use it one a month.

  14. My post (that was deleted was too long lol)

    I've been using henna for over a year and my hair is really thickening up and is strong.

    Weekly, I cleans with shikakai, amla and brahmi (or afroveda herbal cleanse) and I use a paste of amla +bhringraj+brahmi on my hair. My hair thanks me everytime.

    I'm glad for someone like Ekua who is bringing ayurveda to our community at affordable prices. I am able to get what I cannot get at the local indian store, at her store online. It's great!

    I'm glad