Laurel Oil – Ηair Loss & Dandruff | Holy Cell of Archangels – Mount Athos


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Mount Athos laurel oil is rich in vitamins. It moisturizes in depth, stimulates hair growth and gives you shiny and healthy hair. It helps treat hair loss and dandruff.
Net Weight: 100ml

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Laurel oil from Holy Cell of Archangels

Mount Athos Laurel oil is made from 100% natural ingredients according to a traditional recipe. With wisdom and passion, the monks of the Holy Cell of Archangels produce handmade therapeutic oils.

Laurel oil is produced from bay leaf and olive oil extracts. Since antiquity it has been used as a natural cosmetic by men and women with excellent results, especially in the quality and health of hair.

Mount Athos Laurel oil: Properties

Mount Athos laurel oil combines the beneficial properties of olive oil with the soothing, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties of laurel. It has rich concentration of vitamins and fatty acids.

It prevents and fights microorganisms that damage the scalp. It acts as a protection shield against hair loss, protecting it from root to edge. Thanks to its softening and moisturizing properties, it strengthens the hair and gives a shiny effect to them.

The beneficial ingredients of laurel oil penetrate both the scales and the hair follicles found on the skin of the head. They energize them by activating the hair renewal mechanisms. Thus, the use of laurel oil prevents hair loss.

Mount Athos laurel oil is ideal for treating dry and damaged hair. It helps to rebuild and revitalize the hair, giving it shine and health.

Mount Athos Laurel oil: Use

Apply on the hairy part of the head and massage gently for 2- 3 minutes. Leave it on for thirty minutes and rinse thoroughly.


Origin: Holy Cell of Archangels, Holy Monastery of Hilandar
Net Weight: 100ml

Additional information

Weight 0.215 kg


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