Khadi Apricot Oil Review

Hi beauties!

I am back reviewing some products I purchased. Keeping in mind the winter dry skin, and taking a break from olive/almond and coconut oil, I decided to give Khadi Apricot Oil a try. Was I impressed? Read on.

Khadi Apricot Oil

Price: Rs. 300 for 100 ml

Product Description:
Khadi Apricot Oil Useful for Joint Pain Dryness & Skin Problems. Special Use for Hair Problem. Therapeutic Qualities of Apricot Oil Strengthen Brain and Nervous System, Prevent Muscular Pain and Softens the Skin and Excellent Baby Massage Oil.

My Experience with Khadi Apricot Oil:

Packaging: The oil comes in a regular bottle with flip open cap, a very basic and fuss-free packaging. The cap shuts tight and ensures there is no leakage. The details are written on the outer label of the bottle.

I have seen apricots being used in scrubs, but had never used apricot oil for massage. This one is a multi-purpose oil, and can help you in variety of ways.
Khadi apricot oil is not very thick or viscous, and is pale yellowish in color with no strong fragrance.
The oil is very light. It doesn’t feel greasy like most body oils, which are better applied before bathing. While this is great for prior bathing, you can even massage it on damp skin and feel soft supple skin, without the chipchipa feeling. A true blessing for people who hate sticky oils! It nourishes and makes skin so soft, and the dull patches on dry flaky skin vanish easily.


I have used it as a hair oil, and it makes hair soft. It’s easy to rinse off, and doesn’t cause hair fall. I sometimes mix it with coconut/almond oil and castor oil to have an invigorating oil massage.
I have not used it for joint pain, but it surely reduces body stiffness and cramps. A good massage with this will surely relax your body.
Khadi being a famous brand of natural care products, has no mineral oils added. This is surely a plus point.
I am happy with this and will look forward to trying new oils from Khadi.

oil swatch

Pros of Khadi Apricot Oil:

• Lightweight.
• Affordable.
• Natural.
• Doesn’t contain mineral oils or chemicals.
• Easy to massage, gets absorbed quickly.
• Cures dry, itchy skin.
• Skin looks brighter.
• Non-sticky.
• Multi-purpose.
• Great for massage and pain relief.

Cons of Khadi Apricot Oil:

• Availability.

IMBB Rating: 4.75/5

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3 thoughts on “Khadi Apricot Oil Review

    1. I have seen Khadi stores in Bangalore, but I don’t know the area. But you can purchase them online. Most sites like Amazon, Flipkart, Jabong stock Khadi products.

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