I had used Bajaj Almond Drops Hair Oil sometime back and really liked it, but completely forgot to write about it. This review will make up for it. As I had mentioned in one of my earlier posts, I always like to apply hair oil the previous night before shampooing. Most of the time I use coconut oil for massaging my scalp, but I’ve also used olive oil and some homemade hair oils like aloe oil, hibiscus oil and store-bought ones like Dabur Vatika and Parachute coconut oil as well. This almond drops hair oil with vitamin E, however, is a bit different from these oils; what I liked about it is that it’s light and non-greasy; so your hair doesn’t feel sticky after use. If you just feel like nourishing your hair roots anytime without any mess, just go ahead and apply this hair oil without any worries. As it’s non-sticky it won’t show -- that’s the best thing about this oil. It has a pleasant aroma that soothes your senses and I’ve also found that it’s a natural conditioner that also keeps the hair manageable and non-frizzy. During the period that I had used it, it certainly did leave my hair soft, smelling good and nourished.
Packed with the goodness of Almond oil, vitamin E, vegetable oil and mineral oil, Bajaj Almond Drops Hair Oil claims to keep hair healthy and long by stimulating hair growth. On the flip side, its container is a heavy glass bottle which is not so attractive to the eyes and it’s also not very convenient to carry while travelling. It comes in a 120ml or a 240 ml bottle and the expiry date is 36 months from the date of manufacture and that’s fine. I had used a 120 ml bottle twice a week and it lasted more than 6 months.