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The Arata Grow Turmeric Hair Oil Isn’t The Miracle It Claims To Be

Editor’s Rating

1.5

In This Article

Another hair oil on the market claiming to be the ‘miracle‘ for curly hair. We’ve heard these promises before – a lightweight, non-greasy formula that will magically transform our curls. But let’s face it, how often do these products actually live up to the hype? Introducing the Arata Grow+ Turmeric Hair Oil.

What Is It?

The Arata Grow+ Turmeric Hair Oil is a potent concoction designed to give your locks a new lease on life. With its blend of turmeric, amla, aloe vera, onion, and bhringraj oils, this hair oil is a powerhouse of hair nutrition. This unique combination works together to deeply nourish your hair, encourage growth, reduce breakage, and shield it from daily environmental stress. It’s a comprehensive care package, tailored to keep your hair looking and feeling its best.

Our Thoughts

Since incorporating this oil into my routine, absolutely nothing has happened. I’ve almost finished the bottle and there is no difference in the texture of my hair, the speed of growth, or any new growth. In addition to smelling strongly like haldi, the bottle makes it hard to pump out the oil (especially with oily hands), the colour is less than satisfactory and will stain your white shirts if you’re not careful, and the texture is so lightweight – it refuses to moisturise my curls, even when I leave it on overnight.

Since I live in a humid city, I thought my hair could use a good, lightweight oil before a shower but this one is a big disappointment. I can’t even say that my hair felt a bit more hydrated. This is just another addition to the endless array of hair care products that are okay, but there’s really no point in buying it.

How To Use It?

Massage a generous amount into your scalp, ensuring that you cover all areas. For an intense nourishment treatment, leave it overnight. The oil works while you sleep, and you wake up to hair that should feel slightly more nourished than usual.

What It Looks Like

Good To Know
Ineffective Results: Zero impact on hair texture or growth.
Practicality Issues: Stains easily and has a challenging bottle design.

In Conclusion

This is not a product I'd invest in, even though it's quite affordable and wouldn't recommend it to anybody who is looking for any kind of improvement in their hair. 

06 Jan 2024

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