New Product Added To My Regimen: VATIKA OIL

Whether you're Black, White, Yellow, Blue, Purple, Relaxed or Natural - chances are you'll be able to benefit from Vatika Oil. In my attempt to add use more ayervedic products, I finally purchased this oil after years of hearing about it and it's benefits. With my hair susceptible to dryness, my main reason for trying the Vatika Oil is to seal my hair and possibly use it as a hot oil treatment among other things. A coconut oil infused with numerous herbs, it penetrates the hair shaft and is said to aid in hair growth, repairing damaged hair, add shine, and of course making hair more manageable as it moisturizes the hair. Vatika Oil is also great to rub into your hands before you take down your twists or braids. I've only begun using this oil since the beginning of this week, so I'm still playing around with it to figure out how much my hair needs and in what way. While I continue to use it to eventually share my personal findings with you, here is a little more information:

Ingredient + Benefit Breakdown

Henna - colorant, hair conditioner & restorative

Amla - hair nourishment, delays graying & hair fall

Harad - protects from UV rays, delays graying

Bahera - maintains hair color

Neem - anti-microbial, fights dandruff & hair fall

Brahmi - hair vitalizer

Kapur Kachari - antiseptic

Lemon Oil - astringent, fights dandruff

Coconut Oil - promotes hair growth & nourishment

  Cow's Milk - natural nourishment for scalp & roots

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Sn3akrFr3akr said...

Would this be a replacement for or a substitute to the Argan oil? How much was it? Bring it with you!!

JIN @ Love,Loss + Lacquer said...

I would but TSA is not gonna get me this time - I'll send you a link - super affordable :)

Anonymous said...

i have always used Henna (does not colour hair)for hair treament and it works well especially for weak hair as it strenghtens it. Castor oil is good for growth as well -Pendo

JIN @ Love,Loss + Lacquer said...

It doesn't stain? Thats why I've been scared to use it because I thought it would mess with my light color - I will try it out then. Thanks Pendo :)

Anonymous said...

Jin you have to buy the one in a white tub here is the link hope it helps-Pendo

Aurélie Mukendi said...

I love vatika oil but definately not as a sealant, it does not seal at all smh. I prefer using it as an alternative to grease (I'm from that greasing generation lol)


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