Why Bajaj Almond Drops

It's non-sticky and light

300% Vitamin-E#

It keeps your hair free
from tangles and split ends

Bajaj Almond Drops Hair Oil

With 300% Vitamin-E#, Bajaj Almond Drops Hair Oil is perfect for that non-sticky feel and light, bouncy, glossy look.

Features include:
  • A soothing fragrance
  • Does not freeze in winter
  • Suitable for any hair style
Net Volume:
  • 500ml
  • 300ml
  • 200ml
  • 100ml
  • 50ml
  • 19ml
  • 2.5ml in sachet
MRP (inclusive of all taxes):

` 270.00

` 170.00

` 120.00

` 63.00

` 33.00

` 10.00

` 1.00

Benefits of Almond Oil for hair

Almond oil or badam oil, as we refer to it in India, is packed with all kinds of goodness to give your lovely locks the best possible nourishment and care. Almond oil for hair is light and works as a non-sticky hair oil solution.

Almond oil is one of the best hair oils for hair growth. It goes deep into the roots repairing damaged follicles and strengthening healthy follicles thus translating to healthy hair growth.

Among the many almond oil benefits, it also helps nourish your scalp and keep it moisturised, preventing it from becoming parched. Almond oil also aids in keeping split ends at bay. It is one of the best non-sticky hair oils to add that glossy sheen to your hair and give it the bounce it much deserves.

Bajaj Almond Drops for Strong Hair

With 300% Vitamin-E#, Bajaj Almond Drops is one of the best hair oils for your hair and will help ensure that your hair is always manageable and smooth. The Vitamin-E will help to make your hair stronger, protect your scalp and reduce hair breakage.

So avoid that “Chipku” look, try Bajaj Almond Drops Non Sticky Hair Oil; available in multiple size packs and will help give you that light feeling of freedom.

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221, Solitaire Corporate Park, 151,
M. Vasanji Marg, Opp. Apple Heritage,
Chakala, Andheri (East), Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400093

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# Claim of 300% Vitamin-E as compared to unbranded sweet almond oil, as per inhouse evaluation based upon independent laboratory reports