Hesh Mahabhringaraj, herbal hair growth oil

Hey guys! Today I would like to show you another product from this year’s hair bottom project – Hesh Mahabhringaraj oil.

It is definitely a cosmetic that has been asking for a review for a long time, or in fact for years – it has been with me for a long time! Somehow I could never get on with it. Mainly because I hated this product and I always wondered whether to throw it away. I also don’t like giving cosmetics bad reviews, as a beauty blogger, I think that the reviews should help you find cosmetic pearls, but it is known that sometimes there are products that cannot be recommended to anyone. I bought this oil a long time ago, at the beginning of my hair maniac. I think I was mistaken with Sesa oil or I just didn’t know how to read the ingredients and I took the manufacturer’s description as a promise of truth 🙂 Why do I not like this cosmetic so much? I invite you to my short review of Hesh Mahabhringaraj oil.

Hesh Mahabhringaraj

Hesh Mahabhringaraj, herbal hair growth oil

Manufacturer’s description:

Hesh Mahabhringaraj herbal oil thickens the hair, makes it shiny. The oil nourishes and smoothes the hair and restores its healthy appearance. Recommended especially for dark hair, as its prolonged use may slightly darken its color. Hesh Oil nourishes and strengthens the hair roots, makes the regrowth hair thicker. It also copes well with dandruff. It moisturizes the scalp well and prevents it from drying out. Contains coconut oil, avocado oil, castor oil, almond oil, chamomile oil, basil and thyme oil, as well as many herbal extracts, including: fenugreek, dry dew, common pea, cucumber gourd, Koenig’s murrai, tannin leaf, almond tree, almond tree hazelnut, damask rose, Babchi, Nardostachys jatamansi, ginger lily.

How to use
Apply the oil to the scalp and the entire length of the hair. Perform a gentle massage with your fingertips. Leave the oil on your hair for 1-2 hours and then rinse it off.

Composition (INCI)
Sesamium indicum oil, paraffinum liquidium (mineral oil), phylanthus eblica, cocos nucifera, ricinus communis oil, eclipta prostrata, extract, parfum, extract adiantum capillus veneris, abrus precatorius, trichosnathesina, murraya Koenigica, plylantia, plylantia, plylantia chebula, citrullus basilicum, cyperus rotundus, rosa damascena, trignela foenum graecum, psoarela corylifolia, nardostachys jatamansi, hedychium spicatum, perseagratissima oil, prunus alyceride, mygdalus dulcis oil, ocimum oil, ocimum basilicum, recital oil, chamomillax recicum vulis oil, chamomillax recilic oil, chamomillax recital oil methoxycinnamate, BHT, CI 47000, CI 26100, CI 61565.

Capacity: 200 ml

Price: PLN 25.00

Hesh Mahabhringaraj

My review:

It is definitely a cosmetic that has been asking for a review for a long time, or actually for years – it has been with me for a long time! Somehow I could never get on with it. Mainly because I hated this product and I always wondered whether to even throw it away. I also don’t like giving cosmetics bad reviews, as a beauty blogger, I think that reviews should help you find cosmetic pearls, but it is known that sometimes there are products that cannot be recommended to anyone. I bought this oil a long time ago, at the beginning of my hair maniac. I think that I was mistaken with Sesa oil or I just didn’t know how to read the ingredients and I took the manufacturer’s description as a promise of truth 🙂 Why do I not like this cosmetic so much?

Well, it caused me massive hair loss, which I then had to control for many months. In addition, dandruff, constantly recurring and irritated scalp. It was very difficult to wash it off, so after scrubbing it 3 times with shampoo, I also got dry. Let’s add the disgusting smell to it… I’m surprised I didn’t throw the product away. What was the idea of ​​the manufacturer to encourage the use of paraffin on the scalp? Nothing more harmful …

So the oil stayed in the cupboard for a long time. Until I read from another blogger that paraffin products are not that bad. The issue is as well as silicones. But especially for damaged hair and in cold months. They protect the hair, add shine and weight, as well as silicone hair serums. Therefore, the oil is sometimes used for oiling the length of the hair and here it really works well, especially in the swimming pool and in the cold, it protects my hair well.

Dry tips look good, do not frizz, are shiny. Sometimes I use a few drops as a serum for the ends, and I’ve also added it from the hand cream I use before homework to help protect my skin from chemicals. Sometimes I add a few drops to the masks instead of silicones to add weight to the tips. It’s all part of the bottom design of course, I can’t wait to finish this stinker.

Hesh Mahabhringaraj oil smells amazing, neither with petroleum jelly nor with Indian herbs, artificially and chemically. And this green color… If it weren’t for that, it would be much easier to use it to the body. I will try to use it by the end of winter, and if not, it will leave my beauty harvest in spring. I have never regretted my cosmetic purchase in my life.

Hesh Mahabhringaraj

Summarizing:

I would never buy this type of product again. If oil, it is based on natural oils, not paraffin. If you insist on these amla and other Indian oils, you’d better make them yourself. The manufacturer should recall these oils or at least change the description, absolutely don’t put it on your scalp! And I don’t know why pack so many paraffin extracts, probably only cheap, because nothing works. Oh, this oil never made my hair darker, and I was light brown and blonde.

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