Dabur Amla Hair Oil : Does it Really Work ?

by Puneeta Bassi
4 minutes read

What is it?  Dabur Amla Hair oil that contains Amla for common hair problems. Dabur Amla Hair Oil is a scientific blend of the purest mineral and vegetable oils. Mixed hygienically in the correct ratio these oils nurture the scalp, give hair a luxuriant glossy look, keep them silky and long, and prevent hair damage from the extremities of weather, premature graying & falling of hair. When massaged into the scalp it relaxes the mind, eases out stress and promotes sleep. It also nourishes and strengthens the hair roots

Dabur Amla Hair Oil



Rs. 44  for 90 ml

How to Use:

Just massage your scalp with Dabur Amla Hair Oil.

Leave overnight for best results.

Shampoo next morning to get healthy, lustrous hair.

My Experience with Dabur Amla Hair Oil


It comes in a greenish plastic bottle which is Easy to handle with a leakage-free bottle.


As you all might be oiling your hair twice a week religiously. I have been using Dabur Amla hair oil for over a month now after been totally attached to coconut oil since childhood. This oil is best for brown or black hair. It is not something for blonde hair because it can darken it in a greenish, brown way.

Honestly, I wouldn’t repurchase it. It contains mineral oil which actually leaves a layer of build-up and I try to avoid that.

Dabur Amla Hair Oil 2

  1. Contains Amla
  2. Does darken hair
  3. Affordable
  4. Easy availability
  5. Less sticky
  6. Gets washed off easily
  1. Smell is a bit too strong
  2. The light smell stays on even after washing off
  3. Contains mineral oil
Would I recommend/ repurchase?



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Smriti S April 4, 2018 - 2:53 PM

mineral oil is the criminal here. loved your review Puneeta… very honest review :rose: :love

Apoorwa verma April 4, 2018 - 3:54 PM

My grandmom uses this oil !!!! And she loves it because it contains amla as its ingredient , but I completely agree that mineral oil is playing a damn negative role ..
Great review puneeta :rose: :love

Deepsikha April 4, 2018 - 4:53 PM

A dud then.
Also I’m not a big fan of strong smelling oils.
Nicely and honestly penned! :haanji

Sreeparna Ganguly April 4, 2018 - 10:22 PM

Yeah you are right. The smell is overpowering and it also has mineral oil..
Loved to read your honest opinion.. :rose:
Amla oils generally work for my extremely dry skin and it worked too. but it is not one of those light oils.