Patanjali Amla Hair Oil Review

I love oiling my hair and prefer using different types of oil on different days. So it's more like a routine on which day I use which oi...

I love oiling my hair and prefer using different types of oil on different days. So it's more like a routine on which day I use which oil. I always keep amla, coconut and almond oil in my house because I intend to gain benefits from each of these ingredients. I am not much into chemicals products when it comes to hair oils as I have done a lot of damage to my hair and don't want to repeat that again. So I stay away from chemical products as far as possible for my hair. It's only herbs and Ayurveda for me. We all know the benefits of coconut oil for our hair but Indian Gooseberry or better known as amla is another great ingredient. It is a storehouse of vitamin C and also a fabulous conditioning agent. It adds shine and luster to dull and damaged tresses along with treating dandruff. The nutrients present in amla nourish your hair and scalp thus reducing hair fall. So I recently bought Patanjali Amla Hair Oil which I will be reviewing today as I swear by Patanjali products. Read further to know if Patanjali Amla Hair Oil lives up to its claims or not.

About Patanjali Amla Hair Oil:

Patanjali Amla Hair Oil strengthens the roots, prevents hair fall, prevents graying hair and split ends.


40 INR for 100 ml

Shelf Life:

24 months

Ingredients List:

Sunflower oil, olive oil, til oil, amla and base material.

Directions For Use:

Take required quantity of oil and massage gently hair and scalp. Leave for half an hour before washing.

My Experience With Patanjali Amla Hair Oil:

Patanjali Amla Hair Oil comes in a transparent hexagonal plastic bottle with a dark green flip open cap. It has a small opening which controls the amount of oil dispensed. I find the cap to be a little loose and that makes the bottle not at all travel-friendly as it's may stain your clothes if you carry it in your luggage. The oil is green in color with a runny consistency. It is very light, non-sticky and spreads easily while massaging. You do not need much quantity of the oil while massaging. The fragrance is strong with hints of amla.

The oil is fairly easy to wash and goes away even with a mild shampoo. My hair feels soft and smooth after washing. It also leaves hair with less frizz even if you skip using a conditioner. I have been using this hair oil regularly thrice a week and it has made the ends of my hair less brittle. I have a lot of split ends due to chemical treatments and this oil made them less visible.

It also induces a good night's sleep. So if you had a hectic day out, just massage your hair with this oil and you will be stress-free completely. Moreover, if you take a look at the ingredient list, it's not just amla oil but a combination of various oils that are amazing for our mane. Overall I am very happy with this hair oil as it has worked wonderfully and made my hair less dry. It is even less dull than before because this oil has provided the required shine which I totally love.

Pros Of Patanjali Amla Hair Oil:
  • Affordable.
  • Non-sticky and non-greasy texture.
  • Gets washed away easily.
  • Controls frizz.
  • Leaves the hair soft and smooth.
  • Reduces split ends and makes them less visible.
  • Induces a good night sleep.
  • Combination of some beneficial oils.
  • Removes the hair dullness and imparts a natural healthy shine.

Cons Of Patanjali Amla Hair Oil:
  • I wish the cap was less flimsy so that the product would have been safe to travel with.

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Final Note:

Patanjali Amla Hair Oil has provided me great results. It is a good ayurvedic product which promises amazing results without adding to any chemical build up. This oil is going to leave your hair beautiful by targeting the problems namely split ends, dryness, frizz, and dullness. It's so easy on the pocket that anyone can try at least once and I am sure you won't be disappointed.

Contributed By: Divya Singh


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  1. Amla and almond both are good for hair. I never tried an amla hair oil....this looks good!

  2. You should try this one Lavs:)

  3. Given the pros, this one seems a great deal!

  4. We can even mix coconut, almond and amla all three oils together and use it for better quality of hair. Is it good to use that way?

  5. Which shampoo do use after oiling your hair

    1. patanjali aloe vera shampoo with a conditioner from patanjali

  6. Hi after using patajali amala oil to my kid who is 9 yers her hair fall is tooo much ......i am worried plz suggest me


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