Review – Iraya Neelibhringadi Taila Ayurvedic Oil

Recently I purchased Iraya pure ayurveda neelbhringadai taila ayurvedic oil after seeing their beautiful ad on television. I’ve always liked Iraya’s rich in essential oil and cold press oil products. Iraya’s standalone stores are also beautifully designed to pick up the right product whenever you visit them. Seasame oil we never consider applying on hair nor we know the benefits of the oil. After reading and understanding I came to know Sesame oil is rich in Vitamin E, B complex, and minerals such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus that strengthen the hair from the scalp to roots. So here’s my review!iraya-neelibhringadi-taila-ayurvedic-oil-review

100 ml bottle of this oil contains 50 ml sesame oil, 50 ml coconut oil, 30 ml nilika swaras, 20 ml amla swaras, 20 ml bhringraj swaras, 5 ml coconut milk, 4 g jeshthamadh, 4 g daruhaldi, 4 g cow’s milk, 1 ml essence oil of lavender.

I am using this oil for 2 months and I found little positive change into my hair. My hair was dry and frizzy, using this oil continuously helps to nourish my hair. As many advertisements says using particular oil stops your hair fall. I will not repeat this rubbish statement because it totally depends on your internal system. But if you want to protect your hair from chemical and synthetic ingredients please try this product because brand ensures Iraya’s Ayurvedic oil range brings together pure Ayurvedic recipes blended with probably the purest, finest quality herbs and virgin cold pressed oils. Made through a time-trusted authentic process, it ensures the full potency of the herbs and oils, giving your hair soothing, nourishing and loving care.


Pure cold pressed virgin oils
100% vegetarian
No petrolatum/ mineral oils/ paraffin
No synthetic dyes
Never tested on animals
Helps to nourish hair, promote hair growth, treat premature of graying hair
Good for dry and frizzy hair


Don’t see any cons

Price: Rs. 200 for 100 ml bottle

Direction for use

Massage the oil gently into scalp and leave for at least an hour. But I would suggest leaving 10 hrs and double wash hair with mild shampoo. Oil is extra sticky, need to wash hair properly to remove all the oil.

My suggestion is if you have dry, frizzy and undernourished hair do try this ayurvedic product.

What do you think?

Written by Bhakti D

Bhakti is a dedicated full-time certified yoga instructor and follows yogic teachings as a way of life rather than a fitness goal. Yoga has helped her lead stress-free life for herself as well as has a calming influence on the family. After she realized the goodness of Yoga, she decided to pursue Yoga more seriously by building on Yoga related competencies. She has done a number of classrooms as well as one to one teaching sessions in Mumbai, helping her clientele achieve a happy and healthy lifestyle.

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