Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil Review

The tangy juice of Amla ensconced in the plump fruit with green and yellow hues marking its appearance is bound to make your eyes squint and tongues click when drunk πŸ˜› But the potent storehouse of Vitamin C that it is, one cannot do away with it easily too given Vitamin C’s virtues in leaving one with lustrously shiny locks and gorgeously radiant skin πŸ™‚ So, why should we be the next Khatron Ke Khilaadi? Instead of sipping it and making faces so weird that the person next to us would be compelled to enquire is everything is alright or not, why not let this elixir for hair run lusciously down our locks that is, simply massage our hair and scalp with Amla oil? πŸ˜‰ So here goes my post today -Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil Review.

Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil Review

In fact, it is found that Amla fruit has more than 20 times vitamin C than orange fruit. This popular Ayurvedic approach to solve hair growth problems has been adopted by Indians for centuries. The sanskrit name is AMALAKI and the scientific name is Phyllanthus emblica. Amla oil when massaged works right into the shafts and roots of the hair. This helps to normalize blood supply to the hair thereby rejuvenating the hair.Another effect of Amla oil is its cooling effect on hair and scalp. It works right into the roots, soothes the scalp and puts the cells of the hair and roots in a relax mode. When applied on the scalp and left over night, you might just be lullabied by a good nights sleep! So, to enrich my scalp and hair with these bounties of Amla, one fine day I zeroed in on Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil. Mooligaa is the Tamil word for herbs. It is herbal skin and hair care enterprise based out of the picturesque Chennai, headed by the lovely lady- Mrs. Lakshmi Suresh πŸ™‚ So yes, today I will review Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil. Lets get going.

Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil pack

Price of Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil : Rs.160/- for 100 ml

Directions for use and Ingredients :

Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil ingredients and direction for use

Shelf life : Not mentioned

Color : light brown

Smell : Very faint. It smells like a blend of a number of herbs.

Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil cap

What Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil claims

Prevents hair fall and controls dandruff. Nourishes the scalp and promotes new hair growth. Prevents premature greying and darkens the hair colour. Adds shine, improves softness, increases length and induces sound sleep.

Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil swatch

My experience with Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil

Packed in a simple plastic bottle with a flip top cap which is already perforated, the packaging of Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil, to me is no nonsense, sturdy and hygienic. I do not find oils packed in glass bottles hygienic at all. They are highly fragile and prone to slipping. A plastic bottle surely is not cent per cent hygienic but oils cannot be packed in cloth/paper! Expecting it to be packed in a steel container would be a bit thick for the price one is paying.

The point I am trying to drive home is that even though the packaging is not fancy/aesthetic, it does not disappoint me. The input from me as far as packaging is concerned would be furnish all the information on the pack of the product such as-shelf life, price, date of manufacturing, etc. πŸ™‚ All in all, there is room for improvement in the domain of packaging.

Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil has a medium to light texture. It is neither as lightweight as water nor as thick as some oils which stick to your hair like a long lost friend! The aroma is very faint, almost hard to notice but once heated and applied, the fragrance becomes somewhat noticeable. To me, aroma or no aroma is a non-issue. What matters is the output, that is, how my hair turns out to be.

I have waist-length jet-black hair (please don’t picture me as Rapunzel. Not everyone with long locks necessarily has gorgeous hair. Some have brooms hanging too πŸ˜› ) I do not have any major hair woe to list except that my hair is dry and prone to split ends. I know for a fact that once your hair has split (due to iron & protein deficiency), it cannot converge back to the parent strand. You have to get them trimmed. There is no other option.

So, I didn’t expect Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil to do anything for my split ends. What I expected it to do was just to soften my dry- seemingly lifeless hair. I religiously heated up around 4-5 tbsp of Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil for a fortnight (twice a week), massaged my hair for around 5 minutes, tied them in a plait and went to sleep. The next morning, I applied a homemade hair mask of curd+ Etheric Rose petals powder for 1-1.5 hours. I then wash off my hair with cold water and apply a pea-sized amount of my Holy Grail shampoo- Bon Organics Herbal Shampoo.

I followed this regimen for two weeks- twitch a week and by the end of the two weeks, I felt my hair become more voluminous and noticeably shiny. I wasn’t expecting these two effects but frankly, if my hair’s condition has improved, who am I to complain? πŸ˜›

As far as softness is concerned, there is little improvement. There is not much to gloat about that but even with a little positive change in this domain, I am exultant with the fact that something has come this far for my dry hair πŸ™‚ Maybe with time, it would throw much more noteworthy results as far as softness is concerned. One thing is for sure- If you want soft hair instantly, you have to devote your time and patience to it. This is an out-and-out herbal product with no mineral oil, petrochemicals and other such rubbish. It takes time to show results. I find it a great option for dry, excessively dry hair and also for those battling hair sans shine and volume?:)

Want voluminous and remarkably shiny hair? Go grab Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil. To get soft hair, be patient and stick to it for sometime.

Also read

Parachute Advansed Ayurvedic Gold Hair Oil Review

Banjara Samvridhi Hair Oil Review

Homemade Hibiscus Hair Oil Recipe

Cantharidine Hair Oil Review

Good about Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil

  • Entirely herbal
  • No mineral oil
  • No petrochemicals
  • Reasonable price
  • Very gentle fragrance so, wont pose a problem to those with a sensitive nose
  • Adds remarkable shine to hair
  • Makes hair voluminous
  • Made in India

Bad about Mooligaa Amla Hair Oil

  • Available only online at present
  • COD (Cash on Delivery) feature is unavailable at present
  • All the information about the product must be printed on the pack. Hence, packaging needs to be revamped a little to be more informative.

Availability : Visit the official page of Mooligaa herbals on Facebook. Message them and they will guide you on how to place orders.


Send an email to Team Mooligaa at [email protected]

Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4.5/5

About Nidhal Sinha

She is a true-blue Delhi-ite by nature. In spite of having lived in this city which is called "The melting pot" of different cultures, religions, cuisines, and colors, She believe there's always something to be discovered in this city which happens to be a heady cocktail of new and vintage. While she is no fanatic when it comes to skin and hair care, holistic living is more her mantra. Minimalism, she believe has an inexplicable charm and magnetism. By the virtue of having an 'over-the-top' imagination, She love contemplating possibly the most impossible scenarios in her mind. Perhaps, when they say "An idle brain is devil's workshop", they were pinpointing me! When it comes to preening one's appearance, She rely and advocate herbal remedies over quick-fix solutions because that's what She think keeps one BEAUTIFUL HAMESHA :)


  1. The base is coconut oil. That is great. My Grandmother inlaw used to make such oil at home itself. Great review!

    • Yes, the base is coconut oil. It froze during winters. Nowadays the mercury is rising in Delhi so, its almost back to its former liquid self. You have an appreciable observation, Ankita πŸ™‚
      Even though its base is coconut, it doesn’t leave a sticky/thick aftereffect once applied. The shine imparted takes the cakes for me πŸ˜‰ Do try in case you find it worthy.

  2. My current hair oil is on the verge of getting finished…me looking for some new hair oils at present

    • This one’s certainly good, Pallavi. If interested, please message Mrs. lakshmi Suresh on Mooliga’s Facebook page πŸ™‚

  3. This brand sure sounds really good. The bath powder, face mask.. all sound like a must try.

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