Say Goodbye to those monsoon hair woes with an Oil!?

Hello ladies! The last time I spoke to you about a Five in One kind of oil ( which was an all weather all skin type oil. But the Monsoons seem to be getting on everyone’s head (hair rather).

So it was the right time to put to test the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil! That is exactly what today’s post is all about.


From dullness to greasy scalp, limp and sticky hair to even shedding of hair. This is exactly why we call the Monsoons the worst season for our hair!

So about a month plus back I was sent the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil to try out. Prashant the owner himself assured me I would see results. So I actually put the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil to test by using it for a month (twice a week) especially in this monsoon season.

Here is a short video from my YT Channel to take you through the before and after looks with the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil:

Satthwa Premium Hair Oil

Satthwa Premium Hair Oil is a 100% chemical free hair oil that is a blend of 9 different oils which is basically a superfood for your hair & scalp- castor oil, olive oil, vitamin e oil, almond oil, grapeseed oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, almond oil & emu oil.

It contains Omega 6 & 9, Iron, Calcium, Magnesium, Ricinoleic acid, Lauric acid, Vitamin E and rare Vitamin K.

Why I would recommend you to try this hair oil?

It’s non smelly.

It helps the hair to grow well.

It helps prevent dandruff.

Paraben free. Very important!

It’s consistency is thick so doesn’t drip off too fast.



For all of you who wish to have a more detailed look at the Satthwa Premium Hair Oil, check this product link-

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1 Comment

  1. First of all your nails are looking very pretty in the picture. This looks like a good oil but I don’t like putting heavy oils in my hair, maybe that is the reason my hair has become thin, my mum used to do that for me I do use light oils to keep that frizz away. 🙂

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