Lotus Herbals Kera Veda Hair Roots Active Herbal Tonic
While shopping with cosmetix.in, I picked up a few products randomly and Lotus Kera Veda hair Roots Active Herbal Tonic was one of them. I have been suffering from chronic hair fall problem for quite some time, so I thought of just giving this product a try, since it claimed to have all herbal and ayurvedic ingredients like amla, camphor and arnica. Also, the prices were slashed down, so I was all the more tempted to try it. Let’s take a detailed review of the same:
Product Being Reviewed: Lotus Kera Veda Hairoots Active Hair Tonic.
What’s Written on the Face of it?
Lotus Herbals Kera – Veda.
Hair Roots – Active Hair Tonic.
Extracts of Horse Chestnut, Amla, Arnica and Camphor.
Stimulates Hair Growth Controls Pre-mature Greying of Hair Controls Dandruff Nourishes and Refreshes Scalp. Proprietory ayurvedic medicine. For all hair types.
What’s Written at the Back of the Carton?
A daily use hair tonic, HAIROOTS supplies essential nutrients to the scalp and hair roots. It revitalizes hair, stimulates hair growth, controls dandruff and nourishes and refreshes scalp.
Contains pure herbals extracts with excellent therapeutic properties.
Each 10 ml contains:
Amla Extract 0.6ml
Arnica Extract 0.5ml
Horse Chestnut Extract 0.5ml
Rosemarry Extract 0.2ml
Distilled Water 8.0ml
INR 195 for 60 ml. However, I got the same for INR 165. It comes in a very strong, probably double-glass bottle with a dark green coloured twist cap. The packaging is more of a perfume type than a normal hair tonic type. I must add, I am quite impressed with the bottle and it looks classy and elegant to me.
My Take on Lotus Herbals Kera Veda Hair Roots Active Herbal Tonic:
I have been using this tonic for 25 days now and I do notice a reduction in my hair fall :yahoo: Well, the hair fall hasn’t stopped altogether, but yes, it has been considerably reduced. I apply a small amount directly on to my scalp and massage for 2 minutes. The hair feels wet through the application, but dries out within 5 minutes. The fragrance is exactly the same as Limca cold drink 😆 So, I feel fresh while applying it and I look forward to using it. Although, it seems to be a yellowish liquid, but when taken onto the palm, it is quite a transparent liquid with just a hint of yellow. It does get absorbed in the scalp within 5 minutes during the massage only. The consistency of the liquid is the same as that of water, quite runny.
An important thing worth mentioning here is that along with this hair tonic, I am also eating amla regularly and drinking the concoction of aloe vera and amla juice by Baba Ramdev. These supplements have further helped to reduce my hairfall.
Overall, I am happy with the results and those of you who are looking for a product to combat hairfall, please do try it along with the oral supplements which I have been taking.
Pros of Lotus Herbals Kera Veda Hair Roots Active Herbal Tonic:
1. Quite effective in combating hairfall problem.
2. Very classy packaging.
3. Fragrance of the tonic is very fresh unlike other medicated serums or tonics which smell bad.
4. Quite reasonably priced as a small quantity is enough to cover the scalp.
Cons of Lotus Herbals Kera Veda Hair Roots Active Herbal Tonic:
Hasn’t been very effective in dealing with the dandruff problem. Could not think of any other con :methinks:
Will I Repurchase?
Yes, I will
IMBB Rating 4.5 out of 5
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34 thoughts on “Lotus Herbals Kera Veda Hair Roots Active Herbal Tonic Review”
i liked the bottle.. and limca fragrance 😐 😐 😐 :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: :lol2: im sooo keen on trying this now :toothygrin: :toothygrin:
since i assume its non sticky also :)) :star:
Sachi neha limca jaisi smell hai n ek dum non sticky… :woot: :woot:
I’d been eyeing this one for a while now. Same chronic hairfall problem here too. 🙁
Since its not oil based, I’m pukka gonna buy this. Great review. 🙂
Thanks Akshata n along with this, dnt forget to take the aloevera n amla concotion, will definitely yield great results
im getting it
i have seen it so many times :woot:
do u also have hair fall problem neha ?:)
i also wantzz itzzz :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo: :yahoo:
Get it fasshhhttt :jog: :jog: :jog:
Could you please mention the instructions to use it? Overnight or on the scalp for a specific time?
nice review shivani…. :thumbsup: ..but me too taking the same oral supplements from patanjali…i my hairfall has not only stopped but i think it has helped my hair grow longer also…though i am not using this one…. :thumbsup:
Dimpi, i am attributing the hairfall reduction to all these three things combined i.e. aloevera, amla n this hair tonic…
My elder btother used it on his soon to b chaand.did not work obviously. :tongue: :tongue: glad it worked for u. :))
soon to be chaand ke liye to koi miracle product hi kaam karega jyo :methinks: :methinks: btw i like ur display pic, good1 :waytogo:
I know :stars: thnx :toothygrin:
Hairfall is my biggest problem right now (dandruff is the runner up!). I’m really considering buying this. But I’m wondering if it would work without the oral supplements.
I am not too sure fabida but y dnt u consider taking amla n aloe vera, its good for the skin too.
nice review, i suffer from hair loss too.planning to buy this. u mentioned u take amla too, u take it as a tab or churna. by the way which shampoo do u use
tanu, i eat amla candy which u can easily get from patanjali stores n take atleast8-10 pieces which means 2-2.5 amla’s daily, i am using kesh kanti shampoo these days, that’s agn from patanjali, u can read its review on this blog. Try the amla, aloe juice combination along with amla candy n this hair tonic, am sure, u wud see results soon
me too loved the bottle..really nice! :waytogo:
glad it worked for you :thumbsup:
it did Pari, am happy happy :happydance: :happydance:
i wud luv to try this …. me gonna pick dis up next
I hope it works for u too Riddhi :))
Shivani, is it causing headache.. bcos many hair oil gives headache for me :struggle: ..
It is very light Shami, not at all oil types, is absorbed by the scalp within 3-5 minutes, it dint cause any headache
I want to try this too
Dnt forget to share ur experience with this product Vid:))
Nice review…..I have seen this in the website but didnt know whether it really works,….But after reading this im definitely buying this next time when I come to India
I’ve been using it for almost a month now n it definiely has helped with hairfall but my hair needs more help n volume as they are very fine n thin so will also start using amla aloevera concotion n see where it goes thanks for sharing shivani
N how is the shampoo that ur using is it a good cleanser? N wat of the smell n hair texture it gives?
How do you use it? Overnight or just wash it after a a specific time?