Neelbhringadi Hair Oil
Prevents premature greying. This potent hair oil recipe is derived from the Ayurvedic classic text "Sahasrayogam". Contains Nilika Swaras, Bhringraj Swaras, and Gunja among others that are prescribed to promote hair growth, prevent hair loss & fight dandruff accumulation
- Reduces premature hair greying
- Results in strong, healthy & shiny hair
- Promotes strong & lustrous hair
- Prevents hair fall & dandruff accumulation
- Helps fight hair scalp dryness
REASONS TO LOVE
- Ayurvedic Recipe
- 100% Vegetarian
- No Parabens
- No Sulphates
- Mineral Oil free
- GMO free
- Cruelty free
Meet My Ingredients
is the "ruler of the hair" which promotes hair growth & reduces greying
promotes hair growth resulting in strong, shinier and healthy hair
is a traditional Himalayan herb that is a potent hair growth promoter
prevents hair fall & cures dryness and fights accumulation of dandruff
Sesame Oil, Coconut Oil, Nilika Swaras, Awala Swaras, Bhringraj Swaras, Coconut Milk, Jeshthamadh, Gunja, Daruhaldi, Cow’s Milk, Essential Oil Of Lavender
Elevate Your Experience
Take a small quantity of VILASA’s Ayurvedic NeelBringhadi Oil onto your palm or a small Kansa Katori and apply to the scalp using gentle circular motion of the finger tips. Leave in for 1 to 3 hours for best results. Wash the oil off with lukewarm water (never too hot) or cold water with a mild shampoo or a herbal powder.
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FIND YOUR RITUALFor a relaxing experience & to improve blood circulation, massage the energy meridians in the centre of the head, the left & the right sections from the front to the back with your fingertips 4-5 times. Engage in calming activities like reading a book or looking at nature - while this Ayurvedic recipe works it's goodness for your hair.
Have been noticing improvement in hair fall since last few weeks.
Been applying neelbringadi from my childhood, and happy with this brand due to the advantage of lovely smell, otherwise generally ayurveda neelbringadi tailam don't smell good.
Loved it, thanks vilasa