Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hairfall Range Review

I remember when I was around 8-10 years old, a long mane was all I desired. I would often pretend to own long hair, walking around tying my Mother’s black dupatta on my head. There used to be times when I would wear an extended pony (usually during dance concerts) and refuse to let go of it. When I finally started growing my hair, it was almost like a dream come true.

Genetically, I am blessed with a smooth straight hair, one of the reasons I started taking it for granted. Living in Sikkim, or even when during school earlier, my hair seemed to be doing fine without having to take much care. But the last few months have been very harsh, especially given my daily commute to work amidst heavy pollution. Despite covering my head (and face), the heat and dust have made my hair extremely rough and brittle. I had resorted to many a natural remedies, and even though the hair fall was reduced, the hair remained rough as ever.

The Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hairfall range has worked like magic for my hair. Read on to know more.

Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hairfall Treatment

What the brand claims:

Himalaya’s Anti-Hair Fall Hair Range prevents hair fall and stimulates hair growth. It is enriched with the goodness of Bhringaraja and Amalaki which strengthen the root shafts and prevent hair fall.

Key ingredients:

Bhringaraja is rich in phytochemicals like eclalbosaponins and wedelolactone which help promote hair growth and strengthen the hair root, and keeping hair healthy.
Amalaki, a natural hair tonic used extensively in Ayurveda, is an effective ingredient for treating the hair and scalp. It strengthens hair follicles and promotes hair growth.

The treatment consists of the below steps:

Step 1: Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hairfall Hair Oil Massage

Step 2: Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hairfall Shampoo

Step 3: Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hairfall Hair Cream

Step 4: Shampoo and Conditioning

Hair post-treatment:

I noticed a difference almost after 2-3 uses. My hair was visibly softer and shinier and I noticed an improvement in my hair growth. I never had this hair ever since I left Sikkim.

Can this be done at home?
Yes. The products are readily available in any drugstore and this can be very well done at home. The products are well packaged and are priced economically.

Hair-care Myth Busted
I had always believed Castor Oil as a corrective measure to hairfall. But any oil which is heavy does harm to the hair. In order to wash off the oil, we usually end up being harsh to the hair (like using more shampoo or scrubbing the scalp too hard). This on the contrary does more harm.

This range is gentle to the hair and works it’s ingredients beautifully through consistent use.

One comment

  1. Thankyou for telling me that castor oil is not good for the hair. I used to mix castor oil with coconut and apply it on my scalp but now I won’t so thankyou. I recently started my blog about self love and skincare and lifestyle and I have done a review about Himalaya herbals Neem range though my review is not as good as your it would mean the world to me if you would just look at my blog thankyou for reading my comment ❤


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