Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Parachute Advansed Deep Conditining Hot Oil...for Monsoons

Hi All, 
A drench of Rain.....Drops of water.....dripping from green leaves,tall lush green trees swaying with joy, children enjoying with their water boats in small ponds on road, dripping sounds on metal sheets, Hot Moong Bhajiya, Nice gripping Aroma of Hot Coffee...reminds me of a popular composition of R D Burman..
Rimjhim Rimjhim Rumjhum Rumjhum
Bheegi Bheegi Rut Mein Tum Hum Hum Tum

Chalte Hain

Bajta Hai Jaltarang Teen Ki Chhat Pe Jab
Motiyon Jaisa Jal Barse
Boondon Ki Ye Ladi Laayi Hai Vo Ghadi
Jiske Liye Hum Tarse
Ho Ho Ho Bajta Hai Jaltarang Tean Ki Chhat Pe Jab
Motiyon Jaisa Jal Barse
Boondon Ki Ye Ladi Laayi Hai Vo Ghadi
Jiske Liye Hum Tarse

Monsoons are delayed in M.P but we are geared up with our skin care and styling aids and tools. whether its your skin or hair, it needs special care. lets start with hair...(my prime concern actually)

Parachute Advansed Deep Conditining Hot Oil Review
Parachute coconut oil has been one of the integral part of my hair care routine...i could remember it was staple in my hair care routine;oiling my hair an hour before wash and nice conditioned hair during those college days. So Parachute came up with a better variant which gives benefit of herbs and hot treatment.
I purchased Parachute Advansed deep Conditioning Hot Oil last winters and used it religiously.

Product Claims- 
5X softer and smoother hair.
Parachute advansed deep conditioning hot oil contains coconut oil with ayurvedic warming oils of Malakangini and Piper Nigrum. Claims to be an Ayurvedic Proprietary medicine.
Packaging-  opaque blue and red (to give the 'hot' feel) plastic bottle with narrow mouth & flip cap. Quite sturdy and easy to carry while travelling. 
Quantity and Price- 300 ml at 87 INR ( i got a free massager with it)
Availability- Available across all retail counters in India.
Fragrance- As usual with Ayurvedic preparations, Strong with prominent flavour of Piper Nigrum. but its good and i liked it.
Contents- Each 100 ML contains: Piper nigrum oil  750mg Carcum copticum oil 30mg Malakangani extract 500mg Hibiscus extract 50mg Coconut oil 20 ml Perfume 500mg  Base Q.S
Directions for use- Pour oil onto your palm. Rub palms together to feel the warmth come through. Gently massage onto hair and scalp. Leave for 20 minutes. The warmth opens up pores and the oil soaks in, providing deep nourishment. Wash off with shampoo to get beautiful, soft and smooth hair

Parachute Advansed Deep Conditining Hot Oil review

My Experience- 
it is pale yellow oil which is not like regular coconut oils. Has strong flowery fragrance with active smell of black pepper which i totally love. While you take oil on your palm, you can easily feel the warmth and rubbing on scalp (i would say thorough massage) relaxes, de-stresses and soothes headaches etc too. since it has warming oils, no need to heat the oil as we do with other oils. I use to keep it overnight and wash it in the morning with a mild shampoo. people with dry and frizzy hairs like mine would need additional conditioner. people with Oily Hairs can also use it has it not thick or heavy to clog scalp pores.
Piper extracts helps in deep penetration and also helps as 
an anti-bacterial agent, cures scalp infections. Post wash, you have really smooth hairs and constant use also handles hair fall and dandruff problems. So effectively conditions with no side effects or reactions.

Massager- it is a battery operated massager which gives vibrations while combing brush through the hair. Also back of which can be used as head or face or back massager. it helps in deep penetration of oil if followed after application of oil.
Parachute Advansed Deep Conditining Hot Oil massager review

Parachute Advansed Deep Conditining Hot Oil Massager Combo Review

Cons- could not find any except the strong fragrance which may bother sensitive noses.

Overall it is a very good option during monsoon or winter seasons for deep conditioning and that too very economical. 

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