Baba Ramdev Patanjali Yogpeeth Divya Badam Rogan 100% Pure Almond Oil Review, Price
I’m such a huge fan of natural products. Somehow they work the best for me, I think nature intended them to work for a particular reason and that is what I use them for. On the hunt for something that will work as a multipurpose product for skin and hair, I came across the Patanjali’s Almond Oil. Now we know almond oil is the epitome of solutions for all things skin and hair so I was pretty excited to try this out and see if it does work as well as other more expensive almond oils.
5 to 10 ml to be taken with one cup of milk at night. Also apply externally on head and body or as directed by the physician. Improves brain activity, strengthens nerves, protects the heart, useful in constipation, nourishes skin, beneficial for children.
Price: 100 INR (I’m not sure about the current prices as I got mine quite a while ago)
Quantity: 60 ml
Buy At: Patanjali stores all over India
The Divya Badam Rogan comes in a simple plastic bottle packaging. Transparent bottle with a red cap. Very utilitarian packaging. The cap screws on quite securely and is spill proof. The bottle is so tiny that you can even fit into your jeans pockets, of course you should have the habit of carrying oil in your jeans to do this though
I love using almond oil on my cuticles when they feel extremely dry, I apply it on my skin overnight for a healthy glowing skin the next day.
Almond oil keeps my hair ends from splitting if I run a little amount through my ends on towel dried hair. Also during the extremely dry winters when my scalp gets dry and itchy, I use it on my scalp.
I also use almond oil as a makeup remover on days when my skin is feeling extra dry and sensitive and cannot stand the harshness of artificial makeup removers.
I use the badam rogan as a nourishing oil on my eyelashes and eyebrows in attempts to grow them out.
You can also apply the oil on your under eye circles to lighten them over time.
Almond oil is also supposed to be good for stretch marks and all but I have not tried using it for that particular reason.
It is also said that this oil can be ingested for improving overall constitution but I just don’t have the guts to put a spoonful of oil in my mil. Well…I hate milk anyway so that option is already ruled out
I think I must have pretty much covered all the ways I actually use this. The packaging says the oil has an expiry date of two years but I believe since it’s a natural oil and I’m not ingesting it anyway I can still continue using it until I finish it. Has anyone ever heard of oils expiring though??
Texture, Color and Consistency
The Divya badam rogan comes in an oil form..duhhh!! The texture is oily and the consistency is oil like!! Please excuse the silly humor, I’m laughing right now at the thought of describing an oil as an oil.
Seriously though, the Almond oil comes in a light golden color and is quite runny. The oil absorbs quite well into the skin or hair, wherever you use it and does not feel icky after a few tens of seconds.
Fragrance wise the oil has no artificial scent and smells quite nutty. I do not like the smell of the oil but thankfully it does not linger.