Hi, my Angels!! Today I am here with patanjali amla hair oil review. As summers are around the corner the hair tends to become a bit dry and lifeless. A regular head oil massage is a good way to keep hair problems at bay.
INR 20 for 50 ml.
The oil comes in a small plastic, transparent bottle with a flip top cap. The packaging is really cute and travel-friendly, it’s of good quality plastic, so make it more travel-friendly.
It contains a mixture of many natural oils such as amla oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, sesame oil. It also contains a few chemicals as its base material.
The product says it strengthens the roots, prevents hair fall, graying hair and split ends.
PATANJALI AMLA HAIR OIL REVIEW-MY EXPERIENCE:
Let’s begin with the Patanjali Amla hair oil review. This is the first time I had used it. It has a strong amla fragrance when you just flip open the cap although it does go away after an hour or two of application, the oil itself is green in color and has a thin consistency compared to the other amla hair oils that I have tried before.
The thing I liked about the oil is that it is a mixture of three other oils apart from Amla and that is sunflower oil, olive oil, sesame oil and we all know that they all are good for hair as well.
Coming to the review, I massaged the oil well into my hair and left it overnight and washed the next day. I have used it a few times and it does give a shine to your hair when you wash it off, and the hair doesn’t feel dry at all.
Coming to other claims, it does work on stopping hair fall to an extent and gives volume to the hair as well which I love. I will use it for some more time to see if I get any magical results.
The only complain that I have is it does contain chemical as its base ingredient which when I researched online found out are basically dyes. They are probably added to give the product this color. Other than that, it is a good product.
• Gives a shine to the hair.
• Somewhat controls hair fall.
• Does not contain parabens.
• Very affordable.
• Easily available online as well as in stores.
• It has a strong fragrance.
• Has chemicals as its base ingredients which might be harmful.
DO I RECOMMEND BUYING THIS PRODUCT?
Yes, Patanjali Amla hair oil does help if you have dry and frizzy hair, can give it a try.
WILL I REPURCHASE?
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