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Safa Kalonji Oil Review

Hi friends! Its time to share a new review with you all – Safa Kalonji Oil Review. There’s no dearth of oils. From the earthy coconut oil to the exorbitant but efficacious olive oil, from the ubiquitous mustard oil to the rarely found sweet almond oil, oils are an indispensable part of ones beauty fix, right? There’s one oil that I am quite sure most haven’t heard of. It hasn’t been used widely till date. It is none other than Kalonji oil (or Black seed oil in English).

Safa Kalonji Oil Review

Kalonji oil has endless uses ranging from use to cure muscle pain to stimulate hair growth, from imparting glow to ones dull complexion to curing some dental problems. Jubilant on seeing one oil don multiple hats and earn rave reviews from the few who used it, I placed an order for it and it goes without saying that today, I will share Safa Kalonji Oil Review. I have been using it for a month. Scroll down to see if it was a damp squib or a peerless oil.

Price of Safa Kalonji Oil : Rs.245/- for 100 ml

Direction for use : A leaflet is provided with each bottle inside the cardboard pack which expatiates its use for various ailments. It can be referred to depending on the kind of issue/woe one is targeting at.

Ingredients : Nigella Sativa Oil 100%

Safa Kalonji Oil bottle

Shelf life : 18 Months

Color : colorless

Smell : Very strong and unpleasant

What Safa Kalonji Oil claims

Safa Kalonji Oil claims

Safa Kalonji Oil swatch

My experience with Safa Kalonji Oil

Packed in a cardboard pack with the oil being in a plastic bottle having a very sturdy cap, Safa Kalonji Oil is travel-friendly, hygienic to use and leakage-free. The cap is very sturdy and not stiff which not only facilitates use but also allays the fear of spillage. In my humble opinion, the packaging is up to the mark.

The oil is colourless but has a very strong stench. As soon as one opens the bottles cap, the odor permeates the air and compels ones olfactory senses to go in a tizzy, albeit for negative reasons. Precisely for this reason I think those with a sensitive nose may have a major problem in using it. But thats the only chink in its armor!
Safa Kalonji Oil is very light-weight, non-sticky and non-greasy so, if you wish to apply it on your skin, it works tremendously well for all skin types except extremely oily skin. Its moisturisation ability is praiseworthy. It eliminates dry patches and soothes ones skin.

Moreover, Safa Kalonji Oil can be used as a hair oil to combat frizz, dryness and hair loss. Since I do not suffer from any hair fall issue so I cannot vouch for its claim to relieve one off the same. But I can certainly say that it helps a great deal to tame frizz and dryness. I have used this oil once a week overnight for an entire month and my scalp feels much more hydrated, calm and soothed than it was before. Since it is light-weight, I find it apt for use for hair by all hair types, however, those with extremely oily hair should be cautious.

Overall, Safa Kalonji Oil is a wondrous oil when it comes to skin and hair care. It can be used by all skin and hair types except those with an excessively oily skin and hair.

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Good about Safa Kalonji Oil

  • Travel-friendly
  • Moisturizes skin very well
  • Tames frizz
  • Combats dryness
  • Can be used by all skin and hair types except those with an excessively oily hair and skin
  • Reasonable price

Bad about Safa Kalonji Oil

  • Has a very strong stench
  • Limited availability

Availability : Online

Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4/5

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 :)

5 comments

  1. I plan to use kalonji oil but it is said that if used continuously it does act like a poison for body. So it should be used with breaks and not continuously.

    • What the reason behind that Ankita? I went through the leaflet and there wasn’t anything like that. If it is true, there should have been a warning published too. Maybe what you’re saying is for people who consume it but when used externally, I don’t think anything like that should happen 🙂 Anyway, I’ll check that. Thanks 🙂

  2. Kalonji Oil…woowww…heard a lot about this will give it a try soon

    • Thank you, Pallavi 🙂 Please use it in moderation if you wish to enjoy its boutnies (I have consulted a certified dermatologist and she resonated this feeling). Have a nice experience with it 🙂

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