1. HOW DOES IT LOOK LIKE & WHAT’S IT MADE FROM?
Vatika is a hair conditioner closed in a pale green, plastic bottle featuring a cap (without a dispenser). The capacity equals 150 ml. The product is cheap and its composition is dominated by Coconut Oil that was enriched with the Hindu herbs and lime extracts. Definitely, this is the most popular product of Vatika of strong nourishing and hair protecting features.
The oil also includes natural substances that are safe for hair and the scalp:
- Coconut Oil – protects hair against toxins originated from the environment and against the action of too high or too low temperatures. Is smooths and delivers gloss to the hair.
- Amla – it’s the substance extracted from Indian gooseberries. It works relieving to the scalp, strengthens hair bulbs and accelerates hair growth. Also, it counteracts the excessive hair loss.
- Brahmi – another herb beloved by Ayurveda which is highly recommended to treat the hair with it. This green Brahmi plant’s action in similar to amla’s. Together the oils act stronger. Both hair and hair bulbs become stronger and are deeply regenerated. The scalp finally becomes clean staying away from dandruff and excessive amounts of sebum.
- Neem Oil – this is a very precious oil due to the strong concentration of oleic and linolenic acids. It’s perfect to treat medium and high porosity hair. It moistens, soothes the scalp, delivers gloss and nourishes the strands.
- Haritaki extract (chebulic myrobalan) – this oil is considered as highly prestigious. It even carries the name of Superfruit. This oil delivers antiseptic action, cleans and counteracts toxin penetration. Also, it slows down ageing processes.
- Kaempferia – a popular Hindu plant described in Ayurveda as the substance that counteracts premature hair greying and falling out. This substance extracted from Kaempferia root warms up the scalp and improves work of the sebaceous glands.
- Lime Oil – freshens up the scalp, manages the level of moisture and regulates the action of sebaceous glands. The scalp becomes clean and neat which directly influence the state, condition and looks of hair.
Moreover, Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil contains natural henna. For that reason, women having fair hair should be careful and don’t overuse the product since it can darken the hair colour.
Despite the natural oils, Vatika also contains a mysterious ingredient named as ‘perfume’. All that can be said about this substance is that it’s the alcohol-based ingredient. Unfortunately, we don’t know whether the alcohol belongs to the ‘safe’ group. In the light of this, the product is bought at one’s own risk.
2. WHAT TYPE OF HAIR IS GOING TO LIKE THE COSMETIC?
Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil is recommended for hair that is weakened, deprived of vitality and flexibility. Moreover, the product targets hair that doesn’t want to grow and starts greying. When it comes to the scalp, the cosmetic eliminates dandruff, excessive sebum production and irritations.
3. HOW TO USE IT?
Vatika can be applied as a serum for damages hair ends (applied to damp hair right after washing and left till absorbed). Also, the cosmetic serves well as a hair conditioner. Massage the oil into the scalp right after hair washing. Rinse after 15 minutes.
4. WHAT’S THE EFFECT IT BRINGS ABOUT?
The main task of the oil is to make hair shiny and soft. The strands become manageable, are nourished and the scalp is regenerated. Moreover, the product also takes care of the hair ends, which is visible after a few treatments. When treated with Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil, hair gains moisture and shine.
5. WHY IS IT RECOMMENDED?
The oil is recommended mainly because of its price and the huge content of natural substances long known and recognized because of the beneficial action they deliver to hair and the scalp. Moreover, Dabur Vatika Enriched Coconut Hair Oil proses the protection to damaged hair ends and the irritated scalp. Also, it counteracts hair loss and slows down hair greying. Henna included into the composition intensifies the colour of dark hair.
- the impeded application (the bottle doesn’t feature any pump nor any other dispenser); it’s easy to waste the oil while applying it
- the henna included into the product can change blonde colour of hair into darker
- the non-precise alcohol
- the huge amount of Coconut Oil since it can make hair frizzy (is mainly suitable for low porosity hair)