What is it and who is it for? The Iraya Japakusum Taila is Ayurvedic hair oil made of hibiscus, bhringraj and other herbs in a blend of coconut and sesame oils.
Rs. 200 for 100ml
Sensitive skin alert?
How to use-
Massage it onto scalp.
My experience with the Iraya Japakusum Taila –
I am a conditioner and serum gal, but occasionally, I like to indulge in some natural therapy. At such times, I massage my scalp with oil and wash it off after a few hours. After reading about the benefits of cold pressed oils, I decided to give the Japakusum Taila a try. After the first application, I noticed that my hair was quite soft and shiny. Also, I did not experience the kind of hair fall I do when I use ordinary processed oils. Japakusum Taila has a rather unpleasant odour, but I was impressed by its effectiveness. My hair was super soft and more manageable.
- Softens the hair
- Gives it a shine
- Reduces hair fall
- Bad smell
Overall would I repurchase and recommend?
The smell puts me off, but I trust the efficacy of the oil. I would recommend it to anyone who doesn’t mind the odour and it definitely does not smell as bad as a raw egg hair mask 😉