NATURE’S ABSOLUTES AMLA OIL REVIEW
NATURE’S ABSOLUTES AMLA OIL REVIEW
Nature’s Absolute Amla Oil Review: I have been trying a new product which i intended to review for very long time. And in my review list, its completely first of its kind. Today I am going to review Nature’s Absolutes Amla (Indian Gooseberry) Oil.
Amla is great source of vitamin c. Infused with coconut or sesame oil, it provides its anti aging benefits to hair and using amla oil is great remedy for hair loss too.
Nature’s Absolutes Amla oil is made up by infusing amla in sesame oil and it is already mentioned in our scriptures that using amla for hair greying is a perfect remedy.
ABOUT NATURE’S ABSOLUTES AMLA OIL
Nature’s Absolutes Amla oil is made of Indian gooseberry or amla induced in sesame oil. Amla or Indian Gooseberry is known for its anti aging properties and amla is considered a boon for hair loss and grey hair. This natural amla oil is rich in essential nutrients required for healthy skin and hair and aids in combating in early signs of aging process.
When applied to hair, this organic amla oil repairs damaged and dull hair, strengths brittle hair that is prone to hair fall, helps soothe an itchy scalp and promote hair growth.
Nature’s Absolutes Amla oil also helps in preventing premature greying of hair and makes your hair vibrant.
There are only two ingredients in Nature’s Ansolutes Amla oil:-
Phyllanthus emblica or Indian gooseberry extract: Amla berries are excellent source of Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Iron and Calcium. Amla is a blessing for hair skin and healthy eyes. Its anti aging properties makes it excellent ingredient for treatimg hair problems.
Cold pressed Sesame Indicum (sesame oil) : Sesame oil promotes good scalp health and promotes hair growth. Sesame oil contains vitamin E, B complex, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and protein that helps strengthening of the hair from the roots and deeply nourishes the scalp overall, hence making it one of the best oil for healthy hair.
HOW TO APPLY NATURE’S ABSOLUTE AMLA OIL
The best way to oil your scalp is using double boiling system.
Take a small bowl for small quantity of oil in it according to your need. Take another big bowl and heat some water in it on gas.
When water starts boiling turn off the gas and put oil bowl in it. When oil is warm enough for the skin gently massage onto your scalp using fingertips.
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Keep it overnight and wash it with mild shampoo next morning.
Apply this oil on to you scalp by parting your hairs vertically. This is the best way to apply hair oil as heat does not directly warm the oil so important vitamins and minerals in the oil stay intact.
Nature’s Absolutes Amla oil comes in white packing from the outside with details on it. It comes in transparent bottle as you can see. You squeeze it and take out oil.
Price: ₹300 for 22 ml
Rating: 4/5 ⭐⭐⭐⭐
PROS AND CONS
- Made of pure cold pressed sesame oil
- Not too thin, Not so thick
- Easily absorbs
- Easy application
- Best oil for winter as its mild hot in nature
- Reasonable and affordable price
- Sulfate free, Paraben free and Cruelty free
- Handmade product
- Quantity of each ingredients is not mentioned separately.
MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH NATURE’S ABSOLUTES AMLA OIL
As already mentioned in pro and cons, Nature’s Absolutes Amla oil is great for hair. As it has amla in, nothing works as great for hair as amla does.
I have been a victim of hair loss recently which is why I decided to try this oil. It easily gets absorbed onto the scalp. I am using this oil since last month. Since then, I have not seen much difference in the hair fall but my hair length is significantly growing fast. I am happy about this product and I also intend to use it for longer period.
According to the product, after first opening the product is to be consumed within 6 months. When the products shelf life is this much short, it may be assumed that it has low or may no preservative in the product. If you want to know the real effect of an oil, you must wait for at least 4-5 months. Because that also what I am going to do (kidding, but true😉). After 4-5 month, or when oil is finished, I’ll continue this post and update final review on it. Until then, bye bye.
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UPDATE: My Final Review after 6 months
It has been more than 6 months. I bought this amla hair oil for mainly two hair concerns- to prevent my premature greying of hair and hair loss. It didn’t make any difference. My hair loss is as it was earlier and my hair is becoming grey furthur.
But the difference I saw that it made my brown hair to dark brown. Not immensely but it did.
Here I am talking about my brown hair, not the grey ones.
But I like my original hair color as well but I did want to turn grey hair to black which theoretically is impossible. But I am still trying.
This issue is from inside. I will try to cure it from inside. Currently I am doing Balayam and taking aloe Vera juice in morning. Let’s see what happens.
As for the oil, I think my personal home made herbal coconut oil was far better than this one in treating my hair fall issue.
I almost forgot to post my final update. In fact, this is one of my few posts that were part of begining of my blogging. I didn’t even think I would come this far or any body will see it.
Then some one commented on this post and reminded me. I think I owe to that person. So thank you very much.
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