Fizzy Fern hairoil review

Hey guys! Today I will be reviewing the Fizzy Fern hairoil.

I haven’t used a lot of products from this particular brand called fizzy fern , except a sunscreen, because this brand is relatively new in the market. In general, I can say one thing, that this brand sells 100% organic, herbal products which are chemical free.

About the product:

The packaging is again like the regular fizzy fern packaging, which is a plastic bottle and the oil is light golden in colour and has a strong and beautiful herbal smell. The bottle comes in a cylindrical cardboard tub similar to that of the packaging of another brand called “ seer secrets “

Product description and claims:

A nourishing hair oil, made from precious ayurvedic herbs in pure sesame oil. Using this hair oil on a regular basis helps in calming the scalp, nourishing your hair roots, delaying premature greying and reducing hair fall and dandruff. The Fizzy Fern all natural and ayurvedic Bhringraj, Amla & Shikakai Hair Oil is an amalgamation of nature derived ingredients that benefits your scalp and helps relieve stress. It’s aromatic fragrance, will calm your senses and scalp, thereby making you feel at spa even while you’re at home.


  • Softens, nourishes and nurtures your hair and scalp
  • Nourishes hair from root to tips, thereby strengthening each strand
  • Has anti dandruff and anti hair fall properties
  • Contains Bhringraj, Amla & Shikakai
  • Comes in a nice cylindrical, damage-proof tube packed with a lot of care
  • Suitable for all hair types

Usage directions:

  • Warm small quantity of oil.
  • Gently massage on the entire scalp as well as the ends.
  • Keep for at least 30 minutes before washing.
  • Store in a cool dry place.
  • For external use only.



545 INR for 100 ml


My take on this product:

I like the strong herbal smell of this product and it is very light in its consistency and non sticky as well if not applied in loads.

The base oil used here is pure sesame oil which is totally safe (unlike many brands using a mineral oil base) which contains the concoction of precious herbs .

It claims to soothe an irritated scalp, which it actually does if you happen to get any fungal growth when you tie up damp hair.

Coming to dandruff control, yes, it controls dandruff to some extent but doesn’t prevent it.

I have always faced the problem of hairfall, so I can clearly say, it doesn’t help reduce hairfall by any extent.

Also, I can’t comment about the prevention of premature greying because I never had any prematurely grey hairs.

I would give it a thumbs up 👍 for:

  • Nice packaging
  • Nice fragrance
  • Nourishes hair
  • Soothes irritated scalp
  • 100% natural
  • Controls dandruff to some extent
  • Is light and non sticky
  • Free from any harmful chemicals, sulphates and parabens

 I would give it a thumbs down 👎 for:

  • Doesn’t control hairfall at all
  • Availability might be a problem
  • Bit expensive

How much would I rate it out of 5:

3.5 out of 5

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