Friday, 22 October 2010

Vatika - Enriched Coconut Hair Oil

Vatika - Enriched Coconut Hair Oil - Dabur

Pure Coconut Oil with Henna, Amla and Lemon

Promises: Vatika is a premium Coconut Hair Oil enriched with Henna, Amla, Lemon and six other trusted herbs. Vatika's unique natural formulation ensures deeper oil penetration to give your hair and scalp complete nourishment for problem free, healthy hair. 

HENNA, along with other herbs, coats your hair, protects it from oxidation, maintaining its natural colour. 

AMLA, strengthens the roots of your hair to help maintain their health and natural thickness. 

The astringent action of LEMON control sebum grow. 


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Directions:
Apply Vatika hair oil regularly on your scalp and hair. For best results, leave it on overnight. 


Ingredients:
Coconut Oil, Neem, Brahmi, Fruit extracts of Amla, Bahera and Harar, Kapur Kachri, Henna, Milk, Rosemary Oil, Lemon Oil, TBHQ, Fragrance.  



The TRUTH: PURE AWESOMESNESS, I love this oil it has a lovely blend of ingredients ALL natural, except for the TBHQ?!?? (actually it's ok, it is needed as it is a natural anti-oxidant and it keeps fat from going rancid)(I always read ingredients *shame face*).

It has a nice coconut smell, I have been using this oil from time and I was even dabbling a little with henna waaay before hand and did not even connect the dots…, anyways this is a very, very nice oil, I use it as a pre-poo overnight and in the morning no lie I can just co-wash with my conditioner and my hair is a happy chumper lol it does nourishes the hair from scalp to ends and it seals off the cuticles and make it smooth. ARE you surprise though?

As you should know that coconut oil is one of the best oils and it is easily and quickly absorbs into the hair, scalp and skin easily and very quickly. The benefits are also endless with amla (you know how I feel about him already lol), then comes (henna, my next love affair lol) and (lemon that acts as an astringent) – no wonder my hair is happy with it. I have late have been using it as a rinse, now I do everything wash, DC etc then just before I am done, I will take about a dime size or two amount and run throughout each section of my hair from scalp and then concentrating a little extra on my ends and then seal with all off with running a little semi warm water throughout my hair. I repeat this for each section of hair. Then I proceed after I am done doing to this to rollersetting, the result are something like a phenomena! LORL My hair butter soft and light and following until next wash day.

I am always stocking up on this oil, it sits right next to Mr. Amla oil and baby Maka oil :P

Rating: 5/5

8 comments:

  1. I absolutely SWEAT by this oil. One of the lighter carrier oils so I put it in everything! Some in my leave in, some in my deep conditioner, EVERYTHING! and cheap too!

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  2. @ BreukelensFinest WORD! Lol every time I see it I buy it...., I have like 3 bottles at the moment AWESOMENESS!

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  3. I've seen it in ASDA and in Sainsbury wondered if it was worthwhile. Now going to give it a try. Must say you are not helping my PJism

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  4. It is also a great dandruff remover. It leaves the hair shiny and smooth.

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