1. HOW DOES IT LOOK LIKE & WHAT’S IT MADE FROM?
Sesa oil is closed in a paper box of red and golden shades. Indeed, the box is pretty but the bottle hidden inside of it is rather ugly and inconvenient. The plastic bottle is closed with a cap. The bottle doesn’t feature any applicator which would greatly facilitate dosing of the product. The oil is rather runny so it’s easy to waste it during application.
Despite the bottle which is a significant drawback of the product, Sesa positively surprises with the content of the natural oils and herbs. Actually, the product was designed following the Ayurveda philosophy that describes the best technique of combining the right herbs, natural oils and milk proteins so as to obtain the profound effects in hair care. This technique of combining various nourishing substances is called Kshir Pak Vidhi. Sesa is a specialist treatment the aim of which is regenerate both hair and the scalp.
The most important substances the oil contains are:
- Amla and Bhringraj – oils obtained thanks to maceration. Hindu herbs and fruit have been known for ages because of their regenerative and hair caring features. All of them are placed in this oil, relieving the diversity of precious substances (minerals, vitamins, fatty acids) to intensify the action the oil delivers. Amla and Bhringraj herbs have similar features since both of them regenerate hair, strengthen hair bulbs, help with defining dandruff, leave skin clean and healthy, make hair thicker.
- Sesame Oil – slows down the process of greying and ageing of hair, influences hair growth by stimulating hair bulbs.
- Wheat Germ Oil – poses the source of vitamin E, also known as the vitamin of youth. It slows down ageing processes, as well as collagen and elastin decay.
- Coconut Oil – nourishes and protects hair against damages. Is absorbed fast and isn’t overburdening.
- Nilibhrungandi Oil – is an oil accelerating hair growth.
Despite the natural oils, Sesa also contains an array of vegetable substances:
- Vetiver – stimulates blood circulation in the scalp and facilitates absorption of the active substances.
- Anacyclus – adds shine and softness to the hair.
- Cedar extract – is a source of vitamin A and E. Delivers shine and eases combability.
- Azadirachta Indica (a.k.a. Neem) and Desert Gourd – have anti-dandruff action, counteract hair loss and premature greying.
2. WHAT TYPE OF HAIR IS GOING TO LIKE THE COSMETIC?
Sesa hair oil is recommended for the people who have problems with dandruff, psoriasis and excessive hair loss. The oil strengthens hair bulbs and takes care of the scalp. Moreover, the oil accelerates hair growth.
3. HOW TO USE IT?
Sesa hair oil should be applied to hair (no matter if damp or dry) and the scalp. After that, the oil has to be left overnight, best if the head is covered with a towel or a hat (thanks to the warmth oils are absorbed faster). In the morning, hair has to be precisely washed with the use of a delicate shampoo. This kind of Oil Hair Treatment has to be performed twice or three times per week.
4. WHAT’S THE EFFECT IT BRINGS ABOUT?
The oil is non-overburdening and leaves strands soft and shiny. Sesa stops hair from falling out, and as a consequence, a hairdo is gradually becoming more and more thicker.
5. WHY IS IT RECOMMENDED?
This hair oil, despite its unpleasant smell, works really good. The regular use combined with self-discipline will bring a lot of benefits to damaged, weakened and falling-out hair. The oil accelerates hair growth and reinforces hair bulbs making the strands grow healthy and strong. The hair becomes soft to the touch and full of shine. Another advantage of the product is the fact that it’s easy to remove from hair.
- the intensive and not pleasant smell that stays on hair a few hours after removing the oil
- the ugly package
- difficult application; lack of a dispenser hinders the process of Sesa application
- the composition where we can find the ingredient named ‘perfum’, and unfortunately, we can’t be sure whether this name stands for the bad monohydric alcohol or not