The one issue with my hair is hair fall although most of the times it occurs due to stress, I still look for products that can counteract it. Bringadi is a powerful ayurvedic ingredient which stops hair fall and promotes hair growth. Cold pressing is a process that extracts all the properties from natural resources without killing essential nutrients in the process. Let’s get into the review of Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila.
Table of Contents
- Basic info of the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila:
- My experience with the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila:
- The overall performance of the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila:
- Would I recommend the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila?
Basic info of the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila:
Rs 200 for 100 ml.
Sensitive Skin Alert?
No, but I recommend a patch test.
Is it organic/natural?
Yes, it is an ayurvedic oil.
Iraya now reveals the secret for lush and healthy hair. Recommended in the ancient Ayurveda text Sahasrayogam, Neelbhringadi this oil gives a nourishing shine and promotes hair growth.
- Bhringraj improves blood circulation in the scalp.
- Gunja rejuvenates the scalp.
- Awala blackens your grays.
How to use?
Massage the oil gently into scalp and leave for at least an hour, overnight for chronic problems, before shampooing.
My experience with the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila:
The hair oil comes in a dark plastic bottle with cap. The product is dispensed through the nozzle present. The hair oil is dark violet in color and has the most pungent smell I have ever come across in a beauty product. The smell is so bad that no one comes near me when I apply it and that is the reason I always mix it with another oil. I do not have a sensitive nose so I can only imagine how much sensitive noses would be bothered by this.
The oil is sticky like any other oil and applies evenly to hair. One would need quite a bit of shampoo to wash it off. Now, it does not completely stop hair fall but does help in promoting hair growth as I could see baby hair along my hairline. It does absolutely nothing in stopping the hair fall. I have used brigade oil in the past and they always worked extremely while this one disappoints. The quantity could have been more in the bottle. They have a lot of types catering to different needs.
The overall performance of the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila:
- Ayurvedic product.
- Promotes hair growth.
- Hair feels healthy later.
- Different variants of each hair issue.
- Pungent smell.
- Doesn’t stop hair fall.
Would I recommend the Iraya Cold Pressed Neelbhringadi Ayurvedic Taila?
I do not recommend this product as there are better versions of bringadi oil in the market. You can definitely check out their other versions.
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