Trying out Sesa Ayurvedic Strong Roots Oil and Shampoo + Conditioner : Review

I am always on the lookout for effective hair care products in the market. In these summer months, I am experiencing an itchy scalp and dandruff. Thus I thought about giving this haircare range a go. Read on to know about my experience using the Sesa Ayurvedic Strong Roots oil and Sesa Ayurvedic Shampoo.

About SESA: Sesa uses the wisdom of Ancient Ayurveda to make authentic, affordable, honest hair care products that are effective with hair fall control, hair growth, dandruff, and damage repair


Sesa Ayurvedic Strong Roots Oil

What the company claims:

It is a Certified Ayurvedic hair oil 

The brand uses a 5000-year-old Ayurvedic Kshir Pak Vidhi to make this oil. They boil 26 medicinal herbs (like bhringraj, banyan tree extracts, hibiscus) and 6 oils (like coconut, sesame, lemon) in pure cow's milk for 22 hours. And that's what makes it so effective.

It contains No Mineral oil, No Parabens, No Sulphates

It Strengthens hair follicles and Prevents hair fall and thinning

Supports hair growth and Repairs hair damage

Prevents premature greying

Cost: INR 180 for 100ml 

Buy here: Amazon

My experience using the oil: The oil has a tinge of green colour to it. It smells like fresh herbs and I quite like it. The smell is not too strong or off-putting unlike many ayurvedic oils. The bottle comes with a comb-like applicator for more precise oil application which I like. The oil consistency is light and spreads easily. It does not feel heavy at all. 

I have used the oil a few times and will say it sort of calms my scalp a lot. My scalp tends to get a few boils/acne thing on it in the summer months, this oil helped to take out that itching and calm the boils. I enjoy using this oil and apply it 3 times a week. I still would need to use the oil at least for 2 months before noticing any difference. But so far, I love using this oil. 

I would definitely recommend the hair oil as it's ayurvedic, effective and affordable as well.


Sesa Ayurvedic Shampoo

What the company claims:

India's 1st Ayurvedic, Sulphate & Paraben-free Shampoo + Conditioner

It Contains 26 medicinal herbs (like bhringraj, banyan tree extracts, hibiscus) and natural conditioning agents for your hair

Its Sulphate-free formula cleanses hair gently

It is Suitable for chemically treated/coloured hair

Conditions hair naturally

Prevents hair fall and breakage and Repairs hair damage

Results start showing after 7-8 washes and significant improvement in hair and scalp condition is seen after 3 months of usage

Cost: INR 198

Buy here: Amazon

My experience using the shampoo: This shampoo is green in colour and does smell like a herbal product. 

I first used it as a shampoo on pre-oiled hair and it did not clean it well. I had to wash my hair multiple time and still felt like it did not clean my hair well. 

Then next time I used it more like a conditioner after shampooing the hair, even then it did not make any difference to my hair. In fact, they felt a little rough. 

I feel this shampoo is best used as a daily wash shampoo as it is mild. Also, it would suit hair that is not much oily or thick. 

Sadly, this shampoo did not suit my hair. However, I definitely will use the bottle completely to see if it would show any improvement, but as of now, no difference to my hair whatsoever.


Disclaimer: Product sent by the brand. However, the review is my own and reflects my experience using the product. What may work for me, cannot guarantee what works for you and vice versa.


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