Dabur Vatika Enriched Almond Hair Oil Review


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Dabur Vatika Enriched Almond Hair Oil Review

Hellooooooo girlies!!!

Today I would like to share my views about Dabur Vatika Enriched Almond Hair Oil which I had been using before hair loss attacked me. Genetically, the only good point I can think of my hair is that they are silky. I’m treating my hair fall for almost an year. Before that Dabur haircare range was my HG product for years, first coconut & then almond hair oil followed by Dabur Vatika shampoo & I’m done.

dabur vatika hair oil

I’m suffering from hair fall for quite a long time & trying every way to combat it. The problem got severe when I started consuming triphala for good hair suggested by an old lady in my neighborhood. Actually triphala doesn’t suit my mom so that’s maybe the reason it didn’t suited me. It has amla which is a boon for hair problems, maybe the other two ingredients or their combination isn’t good for me. 🙁

After so much hair loss I moved towards the professional treatment so kept it aside & use occasionally.

Price Rs 70 (one & a half year ago) for 200ml
Shelf Life 2 years
Ingredients
Mineral Oil 72 %, Vegetable Oil Including Almond, Olive, Amla, Bhringraj, Jatamasi & Hibiscus Extract 25%, Sugandhit Dravyas Rosemary Oil, Lemon Oil, Vitamin E Acetate, Phenyl Trimethicone, Isopropyl Myristate, Avobenzone, Antioxidant TBHQ & C.I. 12740, 12150

Product Claims
Dabur Vatika Enriched Almond Hair Oil is a premium oil which has a nourishment of almonds enriched with extra benefit of Hibiscus, Olives, Muskroot & other trusted herbs, to give you problem free beautiful hair.
Almonds help strengthen hair from root to tip
Hibiscus helps maintain color of hair & fights hairfall
Muskroot along with other ingredients help strengthen hair
Olive oil nourishes hair & restore luster to dull hair
Store away from direct sunlight
Use this product for strong, thick & silky hair for extra nourishment problem free beautiful hair.

My Take on the Product
I was using this product regularly before having professional treatment for my hair loss. The product is mild, yellowish-colored liquid & provides nourishment for hair growth. One may opt this if not comfortable with strong aroma of Bajaj Almond Drops hair oil. The fragrance is mild. It’s just a regular hairoil don’t keep high expectations with it for treating hairfall. Overall, it’s an average product decently priced, comes from a trusted brand & suitable for everyday nourishment. The product is non sticky & comes off easily in a single wash. The chemical content of oil makes one apprehensive about using them.

The oil comes in a flip cap bottle & more oil comes out if you’re not much conscious. Secondly, design of cap is not good some product always remains there near the nozzle & seeps out if bottle is not placed as it supposed to be.

Dabur Vatika Hair Oil

As I moved towards other hair care products so I use it occasionally hence I’m still left with this much quantity. Product lasts for 5-6 months if used regularly thrice a week.

Dabur Vatika Hair Oil review

:yes: not expensive
:yes: non-sticky
:yes: contains herbal additives like Hibiscus, Olives, Muskroot known to nourish hair
:yes: lasts for good 5-6 months
:yes: mild fragrance
:yes: comes in different quantities so can be purchased accordingly
:yes: Dabur is a herbal brand
:no: does nothing for mild or severe hair fall
:no: does not treats dandruff despite of having lemon oil
:no: packaging is not travel friendly
:no: more than required quantity of oil comes out when used for first few times.
:no: having chemical contents
:no: designing near the cap I don’t know who suggested that to Dabur its worst!!! :waiting:

Should I re-purchase No. Actually now I don’t prefer hair oils having high mineral oil content which makes them non-greasy. Mineral oil has no positive or negative effect on hair rather one compromises with the goodness of pure hairoil. I don’t mind chip-chip of virgin hairoil I just need 100% pure content for my hair. :haanji:

Recommendations beauties with normal problem free hair just need nourishment & cannot compromise with non-greasy part might give it a try.

Indian Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating 3/5

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11 thoughts on “Dabur Vatika Enriched Almond Hair Oil Review

  1. even i dont like no sticky oil containing lotss mineral oil, I would prefer chip chipi sarso ka tel, sarson ka tel makes hair sooooo black, I love using it many times ! :thumbsup:

  2. I am really not into not sticky oils. I am just not comfortable using them because I guess oil might be the only non chemical (y) thing going on my head. Glad you did this review 🙂

  3. thnx keirti :thumbsup: … i was thinking of giving this one a try after completing on bajaj almond drops… but i love my champi :haanji: …so i think i would stick to bajaj n parachute coconut oil…strong smell is not an issue for me.. i actually love it :pigtail: :pigtail:

  4. same here. even i hate the non sticky oils. as it is our hair gets nourishment only once or twice a week usmein bhi if we end up using such things then we r bound to face hair related problems.i toh prefer our good old parachute or sometimes sarson ka tel also. O:)

  5. thanku girls… n
    @jyoti-ya diluting shampoo is an option alternatively u can apply henna mixed with lemon juice or diluted vinegar before shampooing it’ll absorb extra oil n as hair is oily to henna will not give its color.. this way u save ur shampoo n nourish ur hair too :waytogo: :waytogo: :waytogo:

  6. me using hair oil suggested by ayurvedic doctor n its doing its job well name is really really funny by the way… KESH KING from SBS Biotech :methinks:

  7. me didnt tried hair supplement capsules till yet… many of u beauties here at IMBB suggest different hair capsules along with their happy & positive results… i just wanna ask does it affects hair quality of rest of the body hair or just scalp… i mean m scared of having any medicine which would enhance hair present at unwanted areas… can any1 please explain…
    :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars: :stars:

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