Hello everyone 🙂
A peaceful end to 2014, and a very Happy New Year 2015 to all readers. Today’s review is a herbal hair oil from Khadi. This is my second bottle, and my hair seems to love it. Bringhraj hogs the spotlight in this hair oil, I have seen a lot of variants of hair oils from Khadi. I got this with some discount, who’ll let go 😀 Jumping to the review.
Claims and Directions:
Bhringraj, brahmi, amla, Kapoor, lemon, sesame oil, coconut oil.
My Take on Khadi Bhringraj Herbal Hair Oil:
In my bid to buy products of Indian made, I rampaged Khadi and Patanjali stores in my city and got hold of face washes, body washes and what not 😀 The happiness I experienced is ethereal. The packaging is simple, but quite boring; I mean all the bottles are the same. Be it face washes, body washes, moisturizers, etc. Product comes in a transparent plastic bottle, with a flip cap that shuts click, which is not too sturdy. It can be considered travel friendly though it’s a bit bulky.
The hair oil is a deep green colored oil it looks black from the bottle, and the texture is quite thin. It is not at all greasy in fact it feels light. I think it is non-sticky. It has some herbal-ly fragrance, which is not bothersome at all. My hair does not feel heavy on application and also feels non-sticky. I apply it a night before shampooing, it moisturizes my dry hair and nourishes my scalp to an extent. My scalp looks healthy and nourished after shampoo.
As it claims, my hair did not miraculously grow long and lustrous and this is my second bottle. I rarely abuse my hair, with styling tools, so I am currently not having any hair loss or split ends. I don’t know if it’d work for such problems as it claims. My only issue with this hair oil is that it takes a lot of effort to be completely rid of the scalp and hair. I require atleast two rounds of shampoo, maybe because I have a habit to apply a little more than required.
Since I found the texture runny, I wonder if it may have mineral oil; they also have the same products with the tag ‘mineral oil and paraben free’ at a higher price. Other than that I love this hair oil, even though it hasn’t shown any miraculous effects on my hair. No complaints though.
Pros of Khadi Bhringraj Herbal Hair Oil:
- Herbal ingredients.
- Nourishes the scalp and hair.
- Does not feel heavy on hair.
- Fragrance is not bothersome.
- Not tested on animals.
Cons of Khadi Bhringraj Herbal Hair Oil:
- Boring packaging.
- Bit difficult to completely rinse.
- Doesn’t promote hair growth.
Would I recommend/repurchase Khadi Bhringraj Herbal Hair Oil?
Yes. I would definitely recommend it, it has good ingredient list and nourishes the scalp to an extent. It is worth a shot. I would try some other variant when this gets over.
Conclusion: Overall this hair oil is worth a shot, though it’s not great I seem to love it.
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5 thoughts on “Khadi Bhringraj Herbal Hair Oil Review”
That looks like a nice oil… 🙂 but bit difficult to rinse would be the reason i would call it a skip 🙂 nice review 🙂
Bhringraj is very good for hair Disha, thanks for the review 🙂
Nice review Disha. It’s something to watch out for 🙂
Good review Disha. Khadi should definitely change its packaging now. Would have bought it had it helped with hair growth.
Its a pain to get it off, requires more shampoo than usual; on the whole the hair oil works fine for hair 🙂