What Dabur say’s about this product:

Price: Rs. 84.


Colour of the product:

Shelf life: 2 years

Net Content: 150 ml

Availability: Easy

How I use it:

Start by brushing your hair to remove any knots.
Apply Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil on the ends of your hair (As the ends of your hair are really dry & dehydrated)
Massage Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil onto your scalp thoroughly.
Allow the oil to penetrate through your scalp by leaving it for an hour. (I prefer keeping it over night)
Shampoo & Condition your hair as usual.

My thoughts:

Apart from the lovely weather and garma garam pakoras, monsoon also brings a lot of hair issues. Itchy scalp/dandruff, frizz, dullness & major hair fall, my hair really goes through a lot during monsoon. To provide some TLC to my hair my go to solution is oiling. Recently I have been reaching out for Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair oil. Along with the goodness of coconut oil it also has Henna, Lemon, Amla & various herbs. Coconut oil as we all know works wonders for our hair. It promotes hair growth, nourishes our hair, prevents hair loss, soothes our scalp and helps prevent split ends. Henna coats your hair and protects it from oxidation, which means it helps maintaining your hairs natural colour. Amla strengthens the roots of your hair and helps maintain the health and natural thickness of the hair. The astringent property of lemon controls sebum flow which helps prevent dandruff.

Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil has a light texture which gets absorbed into my hair easily. I like the fact that It doesn’t have an over powering fragrance like some oils do. From the first use itself I could notice how soft and shiny my hair felt. My dry ends felt more nourished and the overall look and feel of my hair improved. I am quite satisfied by the result and will continue to use it from time to time.

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