Who doesn’t want long and healthy hair? And is there someone who, at least once in their lifetime haven’t thought about using something to grow their fallen hair back? I am no different one here. I got to know about the Indulekha Bringha Hair Oil from the advertisements on the TV. I got intrigued and finally got a bottle. My mummy and me, we both have used it. And now I’m here with a review on it.
What the brand says: Indulekha Bringha Oil is an Ayurvedic proprietary medicine for hair fall. Grows new hair. A Clinical test has shown that when used regularly 3 times a week for 4 months, it reduces hair fall and grows new hair. Indulekha Bringha Oil is prepared by using extracts from Bringhraj and Svetakutaja. The herb is then soaked in virgin coconut oil and matured under natural sunlight for up to 7 days. The power of the sun and the potency of these go into making Indulekha Bringha Oil.
Price: ₹432 (100ml) & ₹234 (50ml)
Quantity: It comes in two sizes – 50ml and 100 ml
My take on it: First of all, talking about the only thing that I didn’t like about the oil, which is its price and the fact that it solidifies a bit in winters. I think it is a bit on the expensive side considering the amount of oil that comes. Now, talking about the oil color – it is a very dark brown shade. And the smell too is very strong. Coming to the actual use – it is fantastic. I have really thin hair. I don’t generally have a hair fall problem, just those few come off but considering how thin my hair is, even if a few strands fall off, I get a mini-heart attack. I got this oil after an advertisement on the television. Honestly speaking, I did not get it to treat any hair fall problem. I got it just for the design of the applicator. I loved the idea of the oil actually reaching the hair roots. And yes, the process did become much easier. I would definitely recommend this oil to you. The reason is that I noticed a few new strands of hair growing on my forehead after a prolonged use. I surely am continuing with this one. Completed one bottle. Hopping on to the other one.