Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil Review

Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil
dabur vatika coconut oil
Dabur Vatika enriched coconut hair oil has been around for almost a decade now. It is made by good old Dabur – a trusted brand.

Dabur Vatika claims

Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil provides natural nourishment to your hair, giving it body & radiance while taking care of the critical balance of nutrients. Unlike ordinary coconut oil, Vatika’s coconut oil is enriched with the goodness of 8 time-tested herbs. They work magic on your hair, giving your hair & scalp complete nourishment for that problem free, healthy crowning glory.

8 Magic ingredients

Triphala, Brahmi, Henna, Neem, Lemon, Rosemary Oil, Kapurkachri, Soya Extracts

The new improved formulation of Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil is proven to be better than ordinary coconut oil in 4 ways:
It makes hair Stronger
Hair become Thicker
It makes hair Shinier
Better dandruff control


Apply regularly on scalp & hair
For best results, massage & leave it on overnight

My expectations

Not much! Coconut oil can’t possibly contain chemicals that make me dependent or are carcinogenic, I gave it a shot and it did live up to my not high expectations. I have very dry, shoulder length hair and have been experiencing some hair fall. The most I expected it to do was condition my hair.

My experience

Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil smells great. It doesn’t’t have a sticky texture and it is light. The appearance is transparent and is green tinted and did I mention it smells great? I am addicted to the smell now…
dabur vatika coconut oil

The results

After the shampoo wash and conditioning – my hair doesn’t appear very limp or dry. I didn’t notice a significant decrease in hair fall after using Dabur Vatika premium coconut hair oil for a few months or increase, for that matter. So this product does suit my hair while it doesn’t work wonders! But my hair did appear shiny. I am quite happy with the results.

Reasons you must try Dabur Vatika Premium Coconut Hair Oil

1. Nominally priced. 150ml for 45 Rs with a shelf life of 2 years.
2. Easily available. You can find it even in the local kirana store.
3. In the period I used this product for I didn’t experience any dandruff, (but can’t attribute to the effectiveness of the hair oil either! )

Reasons you may not try Dabur Vatika Premium Coconut Hair Oil

1. The list of chemicals ingredients – so coconut oil has to contain so many chemicals to preserve it for 2 years ? Huhh!! didn’t go down well with me 🙁

Will I buy it again? yes I will for the smell stays on my hair even after a wash…

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25 thoughts on “Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil Review

  1. Nice review Gayathri :yes: , I have been using Parachute Oil since childhood. My friend once said she used the Vatika Oil & her hair color changed to burgundy ?:)

    1. really ? and I wouldn’t know even if it did because I have been applying henna + coffee powder on my hair for long now and see “some” optical highlights! so if it’s because of the hair oil i ll never know 🙂

  2. err….I am allergic to hair oils….if i keep them for a long time, I get either headache or catch cold……good review Gayathri….I would easily give this a miss………….

    1. @jomol – thanks and i get these sinus headaches too but according to my mom, i wouldn’t if i apply hot oil and wash my hair with lukewarm water and not cold water

  3. I am scared to try this oil as it contains lemon and henna.. I guess it might change my hair color. I use Neelbringhadhi hair oil and my hair is much more thicker 🙂

  4. I have used Vatika Hair Oil and Shampoo and they both were great. even vatika henna… i had to stop it jus coz it was not available anywhere near my house 🙁

  5. I tried the Vatika hair oil with coconut and my hair started falling out right away. I can not afford to lose more hair since mine is getting thin from low estrogen. What is going on here?

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