Bhringraj Hair Oil 50ml
Enriched with the goodness of nature, bhringraj hair oil helps combat common haircare problems and improve your hair’s natural texture and volume.
Bhringraj oil is commonly used in Ayurveda for treating dry scalps and dandruff, greying hair, as well as hair loss.
Made with 100% natural ayurvedic oils.
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Bhringraj oil is an Ayurvedic oil that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of hair problems. Made from the natural herb bhringraj, which is known for its many benefits for hair care.
Bhringraj oil is an excellent treatment for hair loss as it helps to strengthen the hair follicles and promote hair growth. Bhringraj oil is also a natural remedy for dandruff and scalp infections and works to soothe the scalp to reduce any inflammation.
Bhringraj oil is also a great treatment for split ends. It helps to seal the cuticles and prevent further damage while adding shine and volume to your hair.
If you are looking for a natural remedy for hair loss, dandruff, or split ends, our bhringraj oil may be the perfect solution for you.
Sesame Oil, dried herbs of bhringraj, brahmi, amla, harad, bahera, nagarmotha, kachur, lodhra, manjishtha, bavachi, henna, mulethi, jatamassi and hibiscus flowers
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