KAMA AYURVEDA BRINGADI INTENSIVE HAIR TREATMENT REVIEw

Hi ladies,

It’s been a while since we posted blogs up here. Things were chaotic for some time which resulted in us being MIA but we promise to try and be active here.

So, coming back to the topic today I am reviewing KAMA AYURVEDA Bringadi Intensive Hair Oil Treatment. Due to the change in weather my hair tends to get extra dry and scalp itchy.

Lately I have started using organic and natural products and Kama Ayurveda is one brand that truly delivers what it claims. I have a lot of products for my skin but I thought to try something for my hair this time.

As I was going through Nykaa Mobile App I saw that I have put Bringadi hair oil in my wish list but never really ordered it. So, without wasting anytime I quickly placed an order and received the product within 4days from placing the order (love the fast delivery from Nykaa).

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

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An intensive hair treatment to prevent hair loss, dandruff and premature graying. The secret to Indians’ lush, glossy hair – this traditional Ayurvedic recipe consists of potent herbs extracted into pure Sesame oil and Milk. A natural conditioner for lush hair growth that nourishes deeply while cooling the scalp. It also includes Indigo, Eclipta Alba and Gooseberry to promote hair growth. Anti-fungal Licorice and antibacterial Balloon Vine prevent scalp infections. The earthy scent of the oil has a calming, meditative effect that soothes frayed nerves, uplifts mood and aids in a good night’s rest.

INGREDIENTS

 

 

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INDIGOFERA TINCTORIA:

Also known as IndigoIndigofera Tinctoria is used to give colour to the hair.  It smoothens the tangles, makes hair thicker, more manageable and lustrous.

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ECLIPTA ALBA:

Also known as Bhringraj, Eclipta Alba promotes hair growth, reduces greying and balding and makes the hair darker. It also keeps the hair lustrous.

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PHYLLANTHUS EMBLICA:

  • Phyllanthus Emblica, also known as Amla or Indian Gooseberry, strengthens the hair roots and promotes hair growth. It is an excellent conditioner, and also helps prevents split ends and dryness. It encourages blood supply to the scalp. Shampoos and hair oils made out of it are traditionally believed to nourish the hair and scalp, and prevent premature greying.

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HOW TO APPLY

Gently massage into hair ensuring that entire scalp is covered. The treatment works as a natural conditioner if left on for at least 20 minutes. Cleanse post-treatment with a mild shampoo and warm water. May also be left on overnight if desired but not recommended.

PRODUCT REVIEW

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I am in love with this oil. It is not a sticky or a greasy oil. It has an earthy smell to it which I personally love. I massage this oil into my scalp and hair for 5-10 mins and leave for an hour or so and later wash it with a mild shampoo and condition as usual although the product says it’s a natural conditioner but I couldn’t stop myself from conditioning. The product delivers what it promises. Just after first use I could see a visible difference on my hair. it was soft and manageable and was shiny too. Even though the price is a bit high than usual hair oils I would highly recommend this product for someone with hair problems. It’s a natural product hence no harm in trying it out. This oil maybe just what your hair needs. I can only imagine what wonders it will do to my hair after regularly using it.

PRICE: – INR 545/- FOR 100ML

                 INR 1050/- for 250ml

I have really liked this product and I am excited for you guys to try it out too! If you like you can CLICK here to order.

I will definitely be buying this product again.

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Bye!

By- Priyanka Prabhakar

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