I am sure the advertisement which shows a hair oil that combines the goodness of 7 different oils and at the same time ensures to control damage would have lured all you ladies at the very first shot! Believe me, I was spellbound too. When our fair and lovely girl, Yami Gautam came onscreen with this brand, I was really looking forward to get this for myself. Today, I am reviewing Emami 7 Oils In One Damage Control Hair Oil. Scroll down to check out more.
INR 58 for 100 ml
My Experience with Emami 7 Oils In One Damage Control Hair Oil:
Packaging: The oil comes in sleek, golden, plastic bottle that bears a flip cap which shuts tightly. The bottle is chic, handy and sturdy enough to carry around in your hand purse.
Consistency and smell: The oil is clear, transparent. The consistency is light and is non-sticky. The smell is strong and may irritate sensitive noses. I, particularly, don’t like the smell at all as it gives me massive headache!
Results: This oil has raved a lot about itself and claims to contain 7 exotic oils; like argan oil, walnut oil, etc; plus the oil also claims to contain 7 herbal aushad complexes like brahmi, bhringraj, etc. But, when I took a close look at the ingredients, I was very very disappointed to see the first two ingredients to be paraffinum liquidum and cyclopentasiloxane! To add on to this, the mineral oil content in this preparation is up to 93.2% which, again, is unacceptable for me. Still, I decided to use this product as I had to review it for IMBB.
The oil is non-sticky, but has this strong smell which I hate. The hair oil washes off easily with any normal drug store shampoo. Post hair wash, I get that silky, soft, shiny hair which feels good. The hair becomes so very much manageable and smooth that I love to touch my hair again and again. I saw some reduction in frizz too. My hair looks and feels healthy post wash; and these results last for up to two days.
Continuous usage does make hair healthy, but if I switch to some other hair oil, again my hair returns to the same old state! So, I can confidently say that results are temporary. I have not seen any reduction in hair fall. Initially, when I started using this I faced little extra hair fall, but it soon reduced. Post usage results are truly wonderful, but still presence of mineral oil disappoints me. The oil is good, but is not that ultimate product which would bring about any drastic change or permanent improvement to one’s hair.
Pros of Emami 7 Oils In One Damage Control Hair Oil:
• Sturdy and sleek packaging
• Easily available
• Has 7 different oils
Cons of Emami 7 Oils In One Damage Control Hair Oil:
• Strong irritating smell (at least for me)
• Does nothing much to control hair fall.
• Temporary results
• Contains majorly of mineral oil.
3 out of 5
Would I Repurchase or Recommend Emami 7 Oils In One Damage Control Hair Oil?
Yes girls, you can give this thing a try if you don’t mind using mineral oil. For me, I would not repurchase this as it gives me a massive headache!
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