I have heard so many goodies about this shampoo that I wanted to try this desperately.
Aloe Vera as we all know is a great ingredient for Dry hair or Skin, prompted me to buy this one (I was planning for Avocado Shampoo).
What it Claims?
Nourishing and extra conditioning treatment that leaves hair detangled, manageable, soft and shiny. Protein repairs and strengthens dry hair while aloe vera gently moisturizes.
Rs 225/- for 275 ml with a shell life of 1.5 years.
It comes in a flip flop capped plastic bottle. As I was expecting it’s a mild shampoo and ok for everyday use without giving any bad effects on your hair. Texture is creamy with mild fragrance which I find ok.
For me this is not a great product as it didn’t helped my dry hair moisturize to great extent as it claimed. My hair did felt dry after using this. I also applied it on my oiled hair expecting some smooth and moisturized feel but again a disappointment. Also it doesn’t lather much but cleanse your hair properly. Didn’t find it good at detangling also L. I didn’t find any remarkable difference in my hair shine and breakage. I am using my Dabur Vatika Conditioner along with this which helps me a lot. Not satisfied with the product and would like to try Avocado Shampoo also.
What I Liked?
- Travel friendly package.
- Decently priced.
- Good at cleansing without lathering much.
- Very mild and recommended for everyday use.
What I Didn’t Liked?
- Doesn’t moisturize my hair properly as it claimed. My hair feel dry even after using this.
- Not effective for detangling or repairing damaged hair as it claimed.
- Do nothing for my hair except a general cleansing.
Not satisfied with the product. Doesn’t do anything which it claimed.