I miss those day when I had hip long hair and mumma used to drench them in oil just after hair wash, to keep them healthy and manageable. She used to bundle them in tight braid but I gave up on the length when the situation arrived to leave home for studies which meant, manage them on my own. It was scary to even think about that and I decided to get myself a haircut. Now, after years I am again bit by the Bug of Long hair where I am dreaming of achieving similar length. I can’t enjoy the luxury of mum taking care of my hair, pampering and spending hours on them (Marriage Side-effects.. ;) ). A quick solution in this situation is to use multi-benefit oil that can provide adequate nourishment to my hair. I am not sure who communicated the same to Hair care brands but I am receiving all sorts of hair care products in PR samples these days and thankfully, they are working wonderfully on me. Today’s review is about another such hair care product in my arsenal, Dabur Vatika Enriched Olive Hair Oil. Read more at http://beautyandmakeupmatters.com/dabur-vatika-enriched-olive-hair-oil-review/#A4eRQtQ0lZikJYrz.99
Price: Rs 60 for 100 ml , Rs 110 for 200 ml
Packaging: Vatika hair oil comes in a see through plastic bottle with a flip top green colored cap. The theme of the packaging is green which goes with the main ingredient “Olive” color, adding a positive feel to it. The cap locks tightly which wont let the liquid leak through the bottle hence making it travel friendly and easy to use.
My Experience with Dabur Vatika Olive Hair Oil:
Vatika Olive Hair Oil is an olive green color liquid with a light-weight, non-sticky texture. The consistency is runny similar to Almond one but not the thicker like mustard oil. I have used Figarro Olive oil in the past which was tad thicker than the Vatika one. It has a strong herbal fragrance which is quite overwhelming and can be major put off for people who are sensitive to strong scents. Thankfully it doesn’t last long and fades away within minutes of application, not completely though but to bearable levels.