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Nature Sure Hair Growth Oil – Review

As I use my DIY mixture of 2-3 oils religiously so, I don’t have issues of rainfall in regular days. But, I often suffer from hair fall before and after winter due to weather changes.
This time also, I was a bit lazy to follow my proper hair care regime due to my kids’ exams so had hair fall issues. I was facing loss of 10-20 hair strands while washing my hair or combing.

So, again when I got to know that Wet and Dry Group has a hair growth oil which claims to stop hair fall, flaky scalp then I immediately chose this product. I have tried and reviewed their products earlier too
and I am quite impressed with their products.
By the way, this is the first time in my life, I have used an Ayurvedic oil on my hair.
Keep reading to know, did this oil worked for me or not?😊

About the product

Nature sure hair growth oil is a unique and effective formulation for treating hair loss and promoting hair growth. Made with the choicest of Herbs such as bringraj (Keshraj), sesame( Till), Mahamohi( Datura), Neelbhringadi and Triphala.
Nature sure hair growth oil is the powerhouse of Vitamin B complex, Vitamin E, Calcium, Proteins, Magnesium Potassium and Phosphorus.

These real Herbs work together to create wonders for nourishing hair follicles and restoring health of hair shafts, scalp and roots by increasing blood flow to the head region. Nature Sure oil also inhibits, hair fall fall making your voluminous crown attractive and luscious.

The antibacterial and antifungal properties of nature sure hair growth oil naturally protect you from Dandruff, lice and dry flakes flakes.
Nature sure hair growth oil also provides a shield to your hair hair against harmful effects of UV rays and pollutants.
Pure herbs and string in quality control ensure that all you get is superior results and nothing else.

What it does:

Accelerates hair growth
Stops hair loss, fall and baldness
Treats dandruff, lice, Scalp flakiness Prevents premature greying, split ends ends Protects hair from harmful UV rays and pollutants.

Packaging:

The hair oil comes in a classy olive green coloured pet bottle which has a secure flip-top cap packed in a white colour outer cardboard packaging. The outer packaging and bottle both have all the details about product mentioned on it.

Directions to use:

Massage the hair oil gently on your scalp in circular motion using fingertips. Also apply on roots and tips. Leave it overnight. Wash next morning. Avoid chemical based shampoos.

Ingredients:

Bhringraj, Neel bhringadi, Mahamohi, Triphala, Til (Sesame), Chetika, Gavakshi, Kalkeshi, Saraswati, Krishnala, Rasagarbh, Jatila, Henna, Mulethi, Chirbivack, Paribhadra, Utpal, Tapasvini, Sukshma, Sinhan, Godhuma, Nimbak, Sadafal.

Shelf life:

36 months from the date of manufacturing.

Price:

110 ml pack for Rs. 339/-

Availability: On all online stores with discounts and at their website.

My take:

I have used this oil thrice in 15 days.
I was having hair fall problem and also flakiness scalp as I have mentioned above.
Initially I applied overnight, but I couldn’t bear the strong smell of herbs. Those who have sensitive nose might feel a bit bothersome. Next time I massaged oil my hair in daytime and kept not more than 2 hrs and washed with my regular shampoo.

So when I used it for the first time I didn’t found any effective result in hair fall but, it worked for my flaky scalp. I also felt my hair smooth. Second time, I noticed my hair fall reduced to some extent. So, what I found, the results are slow but works.

If you have severe hair fall you have to be patient. But I must say, it gives effective results.

Also, I loved the packaging – cute, sturdy and travel friendly. When I opened the cap, it had one more plastic cap on it to avoid leakage when not in use. So its a good point if you carry it while travelling.
The oil is the mixture of different herbs which have antibacterial and antifungal properties.

Pros:

  • Goodness of herbs.
  • No harmful chemicals
  • Maintains health of hair, scalp and roots.
  • No itchiness
  • Treats scalp flakiness
  • Stops hair fall
  • Travel friendly
  • Non-sticky texture
  • Post wash oil gets rinsed off easily

Cons:

  • Due to herbs, the fragrance is unpleasant and strong.
  • Bit expensive, but discounts available online.

Final take: Overall, the product is worthy. It does what it says. It didn’t cause any harm to my hair. If you are having hair issues, I would definitely recommend to give it a try. For positive results, use it religiously and patience is much needed as, such products work slow but give effective results.

For more details check on their website.

P.S

This is a sponsored post but the review shared is honest and based on my personal experience.

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The Sunshine Blogger Award.

Hello everyone!

Glad to announce that I have been nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by this wonderful friend and blogger Shruti Mehta who shares hers musings about her parenting journey, health and lifestyle on her blog. I am really grateful to her for this nomination. Do check her blog by clicking on the above link.

What is The Sunshine Blogger Award?

According to Aiming to Stress Less, the Sunshine Blogging Award is peer recognition for bloggers that inspire positivity and joy.

Rules:

1. Thank the blogger who nominated you.

2. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.

3. Nominate 11 new bloggers to receive the award and write them 11 new questions.

4. List the rules and display sunshine blogger award in your post/ on your blog.

5. Notify nominees about it by commenting on one of their blog posts.

My answers to the questions asked to me:

1) Tea or Coffee?

Ans. Coffee.

2) Early bird or night owl?

Ans. Night owl.

3) Practical or theoretical?

Ans. Practical.

4) what’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

Ans. Believe in yourself.

5) what really makes you angry?

Ans. When I am judged for no reason.

6) If you could start your life all over again,what would you do differently?

Ans. Learn and upgrade my skills.

7) what was the single best realisation, you have ever had?

Ans. Every person should be self- dependent.

8) which book has influenced you the most?

Ans. Make love not scars by Ria Sharma.

9) do you believe in luck? Why?

Ans. Yes, it is my luck that I am learning and writing once again after a long break.

10) what’s next on your bucket list?

Ans. Self hosted blog.

11) favourite quote?

Be thankful for what you have, you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough. – Oprah Winfrey

I Nominate:

Godly Chic Diaries

Post Card From Life Lately

Suepermom

Mommysdiarysite

Geeta S. Upase

Mesmotsbysazz

Mamabuzzblog

Sudeshna Banerjee

Michelle

Versha

Mala Nirola

My questions to the nominees:

  1. Any hobby you will take up this year if yes which one?
  2. What’s the most expensive thing you have broken?
  3. Any weakness?
  4. What’s the funniest actual name you have heard of someone having?
  5. Your favourite blogger?
  6. Any food you have never eaten but would like to have?
  7. The latest place you have visited.
  8. What languages do you you wish you could speak?
  9. Why do you blog?
  10. How do you motivate yourself to keep the blogging up and running?

Congratulations to all the nominees. Your love and support keeps me going.

Keep reading, stay connected❤