SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil Review | 18 Herbs + 5 Oils| Kshir Pak Vidhi
SESA Hair Oil Results: Hey everyone! Welcome to SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil Review. I just wanted a change from Indulekha Bringha hair Oil, so I was looking through the shelves in local store found this Sesa hair oil, about which I have learned a lot since my childhood, but I am not sure why I haven’t used this.
Oil is a vital part of a haircare regimen, so is choosing a right hair oil, as with aging, hair loss happens, so it is a consistent regimen you have to follow. I bought a bottle of Sesa Hair oil to see whether it works nice.
Keep reading the full article to know my full review on SESA Hair oil.
About SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil
SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil is a great way to make sure that our hair stays healthy and strong forever- A rare blend of 18 nourishing herbs and 5 essential oils including rasot, neem beej and yashtimadhu that prevent hair fall and stimulate the growth of new hair.
It makes you life stress-free with mandukaparni, indravaruni and jati infused in this hair oil that will relax your nerves and provide quick relief from headaches. Enriched with vitamins, minerals and proteins from phyto-ingredients like wheat germ oil, milk, til oil, coconut oil and nili oil, it nourishes your scalp and follicles. The lemon oil, sudha dhatura and karanj beej infused in the hair effectively tackle dandruff and lice.
This Proprietary Ayurvedic medicine is a mixture of 18 medicinal herbs and 5 oils boiled in milk for 22 hours using the ancient Kshir Pak Vidhi.
It reduces hair fall and is recommended for curative & preventive treatment of hair & scalp disorders. Unlike other oils in the market, this oil contains zero percent mineral oil. With SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil, you can undo all the damage and make sure that your hair is always smooth, silky and full of life.
It has a comb applicator that applies the oil straight to the scalp.
SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil Benefits
SESA is a rare combination of 18 herbs, 5 nourishing oil and pure cow’s milk processed with ancient “Kshirpak Vidhi” which helps to remove infections and gives nourishment to scalp and roots. It claims to provide following benefits :
- Control hair fall
- Fights hair thinning
- Removes dandruff and lice
- Prevents premature graying of hair
- Nourishes hair
- Promotes hair growth
- Helps in Bacterial and fungal infection on scalp
- Improves blood circulation to the hair follicles
- Protects scalp and hair shaft from seborreheic dermatitis.
- Reduces stress and headache
- Suitable for dry hair, damaged hair and normal hair, coloured and treated hair.
- Pure goodness of nature
Ingredients in SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil
Full list of SESA Hair oil:
Yashtimadhu, Mandoor Bhasma, Jatamansi, Karanj Beej, Til Oil, Triphala, Elaichi, Akarkara, Rasot, Mehandi, Milk, Gunja, Bhringraj, Coconut Oil, Godhuma, Manduka Parni, Neem Beej, Vacha, Indravaruni, Nili Oil, Lemon Oil, Limbodi, Sudha, Raswanti
How To Use SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil
SESA Hair oil comes with a selfie comb.
- Apply and massage gently for 10 minutes.
- Keep it for 30 mins to 1 hour or overnight, then rinse it with SESA Ayurvedic Shampoo.
- Repeat this process every 2-3 days for best results.
Who can use SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil
- SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil is great for anyone and everyone over the age of 2 years.
- Especially useful for people with hair fall problems as it will improve the quality of hair and reverse hair damage.
- Coloured and treated hair will also be benefited with SESA hair oil.
When to use SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil
- Use it for at least 30-60 mins before a bath.
- You can also apply it at night, keep it overnight and wash it off in the morning for best results.
My Experience with SESA Ayurvedic Hair Oil
It comes in a white bottle with a flip cap along with a selfie comb inside a golden plus green carton box package, that contains all the information about this sesa oil.
With the oil, comes a pamphlet labeled with every single piece of info on the Sesa hair oil about the details of the product and how the product has been made.
The Sesa oil has a strong and sweet herbal fragrance, due to its various strong herbal ingredients. The smell is not as strong as Indulekha oil. The smell would linger until you wash it off with shampoo.h
It has a runny consistency and is very light sticky. It has a green tint in color. Due to it’s less sticky nature, it easily gets washed off with any mild shampoo.
Sesa Hair Oil Results
I used Sesa oil 3 times a week and sometimes only 2 times due to my tough schedule and the results were unbelievably great.
First thing is it makes my hair manageable, less frizzy and soft. It provide a genuine shine to my hair which I love the most. No need to put harsh chemical on your hair.
Second one is, it is easy to wash off and no oil is remained on scalp post washing.
Also, it sweet fragrance doesn’t hurt your head unlike some strong herbs, as it is made with pure cow’s milk. In fact, the fragrance makes your mind calm and stress free and induce sound sleep.
This Ayurvedic Hair oil reduces hair fall to a great extant, keeps dandruff at bay and also calms itchy scalp.
With the continuous usage of Sesa oil, hair follicles gets full nutrition from pure cow’s milk and other strong herbal ingredients present in this oil. It makes your hair soft, smooth, frizz free, dandruff free and provides a strength to your hair.
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I found that every claim made by Sesa hair oil is true like hair fall reduction, supports hair growth, improves scalp health, strengthen hair etc.
You have to apply oil all over you scall and massage it for minimum 15 minutes to get full potential of this oil, and then you can wait for atleast 2 hours and for best result, leave it over night and wash it off in the morning.
This Sesa hair oil helped me a lot in fighting hair fall. I didn’t find any hair lying on the floor or in the comb. Just some nominal strands like 10-20 which is lower than normal hair strands.
The Sesa Oil worked for me because I used it consistently. I got proper sleep -7 hours a day. Diet and everything were normal.
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Side Effects of SESA Hair Oil
Since I have been using this sesa hair oil, I have not seen any side effects of it.
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The Pros & Cons of SESA Hair Oil
- Manufactured with 18 natural herbs, 5 Nourishing Oil and Pure Cow’s milk
- The comb makes application easy.
- Nourishes, strengthen hair and scalp.
- Improves blood circulation
- Treats scalp from seborrheic dermatitis.
- Reduces excessive hair fall.
- Promotes hair growth.
- Powerful herbal ingredients
- Improves scalp health
- Protects against damage due to stress and pollution.
- Makes hair soft and Controls frizziness
- Adds shine onto hair strands
- Easy to wash off
- Induces sound sleep
- Light texture
- Quite Affordable
- Easily available in market
- Prevents bacterial and fungal infection
- Clinically Proven
- Didn’t find any
Sesa Hair Oil Price
- 200ml- 330 INR
I bought it for Rs. 310 but current the price is above mentioned and is also available discounted price. –
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A few FAQs
What is hair loss?
Hair loss also known as alopecia is the loss of hair from the scalp. To understand hair loss, we have to know that hair follicle growth occurs in cycles. Each cycle consists of a long growing phase (ANAGEN), a short transitional phase (CATAGEN), and a short resting phase (TELOGEN). At the end of the resting phase, the hair falls out (EXOGEN) and new hair starts growing in the follicle, beginning the cycle again.
What is excessive hair loss/Clinical loss?
Our scalp on average loses up to 150 strands of hair every day. To maintain regular volume, hair needs to be replaced at the same rate at which it is lost. For this, it is critical to maintaining a healthy scalp because that is where the roots of the hair reside.
If the rate of hair fall is more than 100-150 strands a day, it can not be called normal hair loss. It is then called clinical hair loss which requires treatment.
What are the reasons for excessive hair loss?
- Poor blood circulation
- Lack of nutrition
- Involutional alopecia
- Lack of exercise
- Lack of sleep
How is SESA oil manufactured?
Sesa Ayurvedic oil is not an ordinary oil. It is a medicine oil made with Kshir Park Vidhi of 5000 year old Ayurvedic ritual which involves boiling medicinal Herbs and oil in pure cows milk for 22 hours.Milk preserve the goodness of Herbs in the oil and helps maximize its efficacy.
Why is regular hair oil not effective?
Hair at the scalp’s surface, the cells within the strands of the hair are not alive anymore. The hair you see on the scalp contains dead cells. The roots are the only living part of the hair. During normal application of regular oil, you end up wasting hair oil on the hair strands or palms of your hands. This way of application is wasteful and not effective enough.
Why is SESA Oil effective?
SESA Hair Oil is not a regular hair oil, but an Ayurvedic medicine.
It has a “Selfie comb“ a unique, dispensing mechanism that deposits the medicinal oil directly on the scalp where it is actually required, reaching the roots of the hair.
What is the right dosage and administration?
Apply regularly and leave in for two to three hours. Wash and clean your scalp with SESA Hair Cleanser.
Where to buy Sesa Oil?
You can find Sesa hair oil and other sesa care products on Sesa care website.
My Final Verdict
I honestly think that Sesa Ayurvedic Hair Oil is great for everyone, as it surely keeps hair problems at a bay and it is also quite affordable and jas axing ingredients list. I will definitely wanna stick to this one.
So, this was my review of Sesa Hair Oil. If you have any opinion or thoughts or query regarding this oil, please be free to mention it comment section below.
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