Parachute Advansed Aloe Vera Enriched Coconut Hair Oil Review

Hello cutie-pies,

Parachute is among those trusted and reputed brands which never really disappoints us! Be it body lotions, oils or any other product, they definitely have excelled. They have come up with many new oil variants and this is one them. I spotted this tiny little bottle on the store shelf and was ready to pick it up, aloe vera plus coconut oil, what could be better? My hair really needed that blend to survive. This seems like a new launch and I will be glad to announce that according to me, IMBB will be the first website to upload its review. Let’s see how this new variant works.

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Price: Rs.35 for 75 ml

Product description by parachute:
Parachute aloe vera enriched coconut hair oil for stronger, softer and silkier hair*
*As compared to untreated hair

Coconut oil (50% v/v), Mineral oil (49.6% v/v), BHT, Aloe vera extract and perfume.

My experience with Parachute Advansed Aloe Vera Enriched Coconut Hair Oil :

Parachute aloe vera coconut hair oil comes in their blue HG packaging but with a little twist. The regular oils from parachute come in an opaque blue bottle but this one comes in a transparent one. I think this is a nice improvement added by Parachute as you can always guess when to re-stock the oil. The bottle looks very cute at that price and has a nice ombre blue shade. The cap is a flip open one with a small hole which lets the oil flow out on the scalp. It is so tiny hence definitely one of the best options when you want to carry an oil along. Coming to the ingredients, coconut oil is something I wouldn’t elaborate on. Aloe vera is an addition but they haven’t mentioned any percentage of the aloe vera content and one word surprised me, perfume!

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I never knew parachute added perfume to the oils. Although, it did not harm my hair. The oil is colourless and very light in consistency. Once put is does not feel heavy or sticky at all on the scalp. The moment I put this, my hair feels instantly straightened and smooth. The fragrance is their usual coconut smell which is decent and pleasing. The reason I like Parachute oils the most is because they do not have that unpleasant herbal smell which gives a severe headache to me and irritates the people around you. It makes my hair smooth and soft, but most importantly it makes them immensely silky and shiny.

My hair is chemically treated but after I use this, my hair don’t stay stiff at all, they fly naturally. It also curbs the hair-fall issue to an extent but only if you continue using it for certain days. But on top of everything, I did not really understand or rather notice the presence of aloe vera! Yes, I knew that somewhere it would be helping my hair but – that was the question! Because the oil was functioning exactly similar to the original variant from Parachute, so where was the Aloe? That is something which we can’t notice, because it did nothing different from my regular Parachute hair oils. So it can be a good replacement, but not at all a necessity.

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Pros of Parachute Advansed Aloe Vera Enriched Coconut Hair Oil :

  • Tiny bottle which is very handy and many sizes available too
  • Very cheap and comes from a reputed brand
  • Attractive and transparent bottle so we know exactly when to re-stock this
  • Light weight in consistency; so does not feel heavy when used
  • Contains beneficial ingredients like coconut oil and aloe vera
  • Has a mild and pleasing coconut smell which remains throughout and does not give a headache unlike some oils
  • Made my hair really soft like a baby’s hair, supple and healthy
  • It made my hair super shiny and silky
  • I did not notice any major hair fall
  • If you do not like oiling all the hair, just apply it to the damaged tips and wash them in sometime, they look really healthy and transformed

Cons of Parachute Advansed Aloe Vera Enriched Coconut Hair Oil :

I did not notice the presence of aloe vera; this oil does the exactly same thing that the original Parachute hair oil does.

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Will I repurchase/recommend Parachute Advansed Aloe Vera Enriched Coconut Hair Oil ?
Yes, I might buy it again for replacement of the original variant. Though very similar to the other oils, I am imagining the Aloe Vera would be working for some good, hence will pick it up and recommend it.

IMBB Rating: 4.6/5

Oiling is really important as our hair do need some oil to look their best and what can be better than our very own Parachute oil?

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10 thoughts on “Parachute Advansed Aloe Vera Enriched Coconut Hair Oil Review

  1. a hairdresser at bblunt mini told me conditioner and serum are for the hair strands
    and oil and shampoo are for the roots only!
    I want to get a hair oil asap, I did not get any with me to uk 🙁

    1. Awwwwww i think the shampoo and conditioner will do a good job till then for u 🙂 ohhh lol.. i use shampoo on all my hair 🙂

    1. I know never seen this combination.. actually try a homemade one.. search it on IMBB. you will get many options.. they are very effective 🙂

  2. Never ever choose a hair oil which has mineral oil content in it. You might as well apply ANY vegetable oil and wash your hair for that matter but definitely not mineral oil. Pls google about what mineral oil is made of and then u will never buy any hair products with this ingredient. Perfumes Are many in the market and if you really want smooth silky hair, pls get virgin coconut oil which is also non sticky and very light. Massage hair with t and also you can prepare simple concoctions at home with aloe, or curry leaves or methi seeds. Don’t ever go for non sticky oils readymade. They are a death knell for your hair

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