Why Vaigai Herbal Hair Oil

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Herbal hair oils are natural oil products with essential properties to treat hair problems like thinning of hair and dry or flaky scalp. These oils are used not only for moisturising purposes but also to promote hair growth, improve circulation of blood in the scalp, prevent dandruff and add volume to the hair shaft. Vaigai herbal hair oils you can use to nourish your hair. Massage your scalp with these herbal oils regularly to get rich and lustrous hair.

Vaigai Herbal Hair Oil is made of full organic materials and contains no chemicals, this helps to prevent your hair from side effects. Vaigai Herbal Hair Oil is made with blend of Bhringraj, Amalaki, Feneguric seeds, Vettiver in a manner of perfect ratio as per the lab reports. We are engaged in the industry of the herbal medicines one of our unique product is Herbs for Hair Oil, it is specially made of the hair protection. Provides smoothness to the hair with strength.

Benefits of Vaigai Herbal Hair Oil:

  • Repair damaged hair shaft, provides essential nutrients to encourage fresh follicular growth.
  • Checks falling hair and induces fresh growth
  • Prevents fungal infections, reduces dandruff
  • Improves blood circulation to hair follicles.
  • Increase hair melanin content and delays greying
  • Provide strength to scalp cells, prevents early hair loss, removes skin disorders, and extends the life of hair.

Ingredients: 

  • Curry Leaves
  • Bhringraj
  • Amla
  • Feneguric Seeds
  • Vettiver
  • Hibiscus
  • Neem
  • Henna

Vitamin E antioxidant:

Regualr use of VAIGAI HERBAL HAIR OIL helps to maintain and restore healthy scalp and hair. The Vaigai oil helps combat scalp itching, redness and dandruff, promotes recovery from scalp irritation. It combines immediate relieving effect with nutritional support of normal functions of hair follicles.


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