Buy it Now: “Biotique Bhringraj Therapeutic Oil for Hair Growth 120 ml”

Biotique Bhringraj Therapeutic Oil for Hair Growth 120 ml

  • 100% Natural Ayruvedic formula
  • Contains extracts of Bhringraj and Butea Frondosa, found only in South Asia
  • Completely natural and free from paraben and toxic chemicals
  • Nourishes scalp and hair root to promote hair growth

An ancient formula containing Bhringraj, Butea Frondosa, Amla and Centella blended in Coconut Oil and the richness of Goat Milk, Biotique’s Bhringraj Oil for hair growth penetrates hair shafts and nourishes the scalp. Completely natural and free from paraben and toxic chemicals, this oil will replenish hair follicles that have been damaged from harsh detergents found in most shampoos that lead to hair loss. Hair growth is encouraged as the scalp and hair root regain health and nourishment.

List Price: $ 7.86

Price: $ 7.86

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6 thoughts on “Buy it Now: “Biotique Bhringraj Therapeutic Oil for Hair Growth 120 ml”

  1. 17 of 17 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    this oil is really good for your hair, March 11, 2008
    This review is from: Biotique Bhringraj Therapeutic Oil for Hair Growth 120 ml (Health and Beauty)

    I purchased this oil because i love indian hair products. It made my hair nice and soft I have even noticed improved growth, no hair fall, or breakage.

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  2. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
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    Bhringraj, November 23, 2009
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    Ana Jovicevic
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    A colleague of mine brought me this product a couple of years ago from India when I had hair loss problems and I strongly believe it helped me. My hair loss stopped and new hair grew. Even my friends could tell the difference!
    Now I am going through the same problem again and I was so happy to find out that it is available on Amazon.
    Lets hope it works this time too!

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  3. 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
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    Pretty In Pink, August 26, 2009
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    Pretty in Pink (Canyon Country, CA USA) –

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    I really love this oil, it really conditions and makes the hair soft. Since I’ve been using this oil, my hair is much more manageable than before. I’ve even noticed a lot more hair growth just by using this oil for almost two months. If you have slow growing hair, this is the product you should try. This product smells wonderful too. I also love how natural that this oil is, there’s no artificial anything in this product at all. It has wonderful ingredients like: Bhringraj, Brahmi, Amla and Shikakai oils. Thank you so much for creating such a great product.

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  4. Jason is going the ‘I tell all’ route and its a good way to trick your mind and blast the critics away. I hope he stays that way.

  5. @GarethElms The two notes of the “fart” are both A, an octave apart. This is suspicious and suggests a strong element of musicality. For this reason I don’t believe the noise I have highlighted to be farts. They may be an organic fluke but I’m leaning towards some kind of video compression interference. However, Jason’s facial expression does seem to change at the same time. Interesting

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