Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil Review


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Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil Review

Hi Beauties!!!

I am here with the review of Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil which I am using since the last 6 months.

Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil Review

Product Description:

Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil is non-sticky, fragrant hair oil with the benefits of Amla and a fragrant bouquet of flowers.

  • Nourishment of amla helps make hair longer, stronger and beautiful.
  • Rajnigandha, Jasmine, Mogra and white rose provide a pleasant fragrance and makes your hair more attractive.
  • Fragrance and nourishment brings out the beauty in your hair.

Key Ingredients:

Amla in oil, Rosemary Oil and Multifloral fragrance.

Price:

Rs. 38 for 100 ml.

Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil

My Take on Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil:

It comes in a slender, transparent, plastic bottle with a flip cap. The bottle is quite sturdy and the oil doesn’t leak from the cap if the bottle is turned upside down.  The oil appears to be of light green color in the bottle, but when taken out, its actually transparent. True to its claim, it has floral fragrance. Fragrance is quite strong, so some people might be sensitive to it, but personally I love the fragrance. Once I had applied this oil when I was in the hostel, and people were actually asking me which oil I had applied because they liked the fragrance a lot.

This oil is non-sticky, again true to its claim. Its watery in consistency and feels very light. I have never been uncomfortable applying it in summers and keeping it overnight. It doesn’t drip onto my face with sweat, neither does it leave any stain on pillow covers. After applying the oil, my hand doesn’t feel sticky at all. It gives me an advantage when I don’t feel like washing my hands with cold water in winters.  It gets absorbed easily. Another advantage of this oil is that it doesn’t freeze in winters.

Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil

I am using this oil since 6 months and its my second bottle. I am absolutely in love with this oil. I apply it twice a week, either 2 hours before shampooing my hair or rarely a night before shampooing. Oil comes out easily. I don’t need to shampoo twice to take it out and the difference in my hair can be felt in a single wash only. It leaves my hair shiny and soft after a single wash.

It has reduced split ends and my hair grows at a faster speed than usual now. My hair fall has reduced considerably. The frizziness of my hair has reduced a lot. I love touching my hair now because they feel so soft and silky.

Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil

Pros of Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil:

  • Contains amla.
  • Imparts shine to hair.
  • Moisturizes hair well.
  • Hair feels smooth, soft and silky.
  • Difference can be seen after a single wash.
  • Reduces frizziness.
  • Reduces hair fall.
  • Non-sticky and light.
  • I love the floral fragrance.
  • Gets absorbed easily.
  • Doesn’t solidify in winters.
  • Sturdy, semi-transparent bottle.
  • Goes out in a single wash.
  • Affordable (Rs. 38 for 100 ml and a smaller packing is also available).
  • Easily available.

Cons of Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil:

  • Fragrance might be a con for some.
  • I am not sure if its travel friendly.

Will I Repurchase Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil?

Yes, I like it better than other oils available at grocery stores. It is affordable, does improve the texture of hair and is non-sticky. I love this oil.

IMBB Rating:

4.5/5

Do I Recommend Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil?

Yes, it might help to improve the texture of your hair, but, do think about the fragrance before getting it.

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18 thoughts on “Dabur Amla Flower Magic Hair Oil Review

  1. nice review Surbhi!I dint even know this existed! WOuld love to try this when my present Oils get over, currently am using a mixture of Olive, Coconut, Mustard, Almond, and Eucalyptus oil mixture which my hair truly loves but wanna try something else too!

    1. Thanks Ila. wow, Its so good that u
      use mixture of all these oils. i have always used parachute oils or vatika oils.n i find this oil to be much better. i myself had no idea that it existed till my grand mother got this oil from a small grocery store.

      1. Thanks Ila. wow, its so good that you take care of your hair by using mixture of all these oils. 🙂 i have always used normal coconut hair oils available in the market. when i got this, i found it to be much better. i myself had no idea it existed. 😛

  2. Thanks Ila. wow, I am so impressed that u use mixture of all these oils.i really like it when i see people taking care of their skin or hair so much. i have always used parachute oils or vatika oils.n i find this oil to much better. i myself had no idea that it existed till my grand mother got this oil from a small grocery store. 😛

  3. nice review,but i hv an query,does it contain mineral oil as it claims 2 b non sticky. i dont thnk full list of ing are mentioned.

    1. You are welcome Jabberwocky. 🙂 The floral smell in this oil definitely masks the smell of amla. U should try this. i hope it works for you. 🙂

  4. These oils dont have silicones in them do they ? I have a feeling they do owing to their non sticky texture and silky results. Parachute ones do. I only use the edible olive oil for my hair nowadays..Please clear my doubts.

    1. Hi Arja. I am really sorry I have no answer for this question. 🙁 silicon isnt mentioned in the ingredients or on the net, so may be it doesnt have. but i am nowhere near sure.
      May be someone else can help us with this query.

  5. Whoa! I have been an Amla oil fan for 6 months now but I can’t stand the smell. Usually, I tend to add some essential oil or the other to mask the stink. Thanks for this review, Surbhi! I am going to go and try this floral version instead. 😀

    1. You are welcome Jabberwocky. 🙂 The
      floral smell in this oil definitely masks the
      smell of amla. U should try this. i hope it
      works for you. 🙂
      I replied for your comment also 🙁 some problem in my phone and net. 🙁

  6. sounds good surabhi. I always stick to the regular boring olive oil. hair oil is one area where i am least experimental. 😛 But glad it works for you. 🙂

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