Apr 8, 2012

Product Junkie...."Vatika Oil"

Since going natural, I have gone through a lot of products, I mean...A LOT of products for my hair....some I love, some I like and some, well, not so much. I will discuss over posts the products I love for my hair and the ones that I've tried and weren't that successful for my fro. As for right now, one product that I swear by is Dabur Vatika Oil. The moment I placed the oil onto my strands, I fell in love. It has done amazing things for my hair, including keeping it healthy, smooth and shiny. It's great as a sealant and helps to keep my hair moisturized. It has been a staple in my hair care regimen for the past two years and my hair's better for it.

Vatika Oil's product description:
Dabur Vatika Hair Oil is a premium coconut hair oil enriched with Henna, Amla (Indian Gooseberry), Lemon and five other trusted herbs. Vatika's unique natural formulation ensures deeper oil penetration. Giving your hair and scalp complete nourishment for problem free, healthy hair. While Henna forms a protective coat to prevent oxidation, Amla strengthens the hair root and the astringent action of Lemon prevents dandruff.

Ingredients include:
Henna - colorant, hair conditioner and restorative
Amla - hair nourishment, delays graying and hair fall
Harar -protects from UV rays, delays graying
Bahera- maintains hair color
Neem -ant-microbial, fights dandruff and hair fall
Brahmi - hair vitalizer
Kapur Kachari - antiseptic
Lemon Oil - astringent, fights dandruff, controls sebum flow
Coconut Oil - promotes hair growth and nourishment
Cow's Milk - natural nourishment for scalp and roots

These all natural ingredients come together to make an incredible product. Coconut oil helps in strengthening the hair follicles, allowing the promotion of healthy hair growth and preventing breakage. The only turn off for me is the smell. It's not pleasant, but it's not unpleasant either, it's just different and a bit strong, but it's something to be overlooked, especially due to the results that occur from constant use. I usually apply it to my hair after it has been freshly washed and conditioned. I then re-apply it to my strands, once a week to help give it shine and to retain any moisture that can be lost. I recommend this product to everyone who asks what I use in my hair. So what do you think about Vatika Oil?

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