Meera Shampoo with Kunkudukai & Badam Review

by Radhika Gupta on July 13, 2013 · 5 comments

Meera Shampoo with Kunkudukai & Badam

Hello Gorgeous!!

Today I will be reviewing a hair shampoo by Meera. I hope you all remember Jomol’s review on Meera Herbal Wash. I was really intrigued after that review. I ordered it finally, all thanks to Jomol. But with that herbal wash powder I also bought this liquid shampoo from the same range thinking that it would be equally good. Read on to know whether it is actually good or not.

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Product Info: Meera Shampoo with Kunkudukai and Badam is a natural and healthy means of haircare. The Shampoo is enriched with Kunkudukai, a traditional herbal ingredient which cleans the hair gently and ensures that the hair is made healthy and soft. Badam has been added to nourish the hair and make it stronger, thicker and shine with luster. This unique combination of kunkudukai and Badam is rich in protein and hence moisturizes and deeply conditions the hair strand by strand.

Price: INR 62 for 100 ml

My experience with Meera Shampoo with Kunkudukai & Badam

If you all are wondering what really kunkudukai is, it is nothing but reetha (Soapnut). And we all know the benefits of reetha for hair. Thinking the same I bought this shampoo. Starting with the packaging, the shampoo comes in a yellow sturdy plastic bottle with a red flip top cap. The shampoo has a nice thick gel consistency. It is light brown in color. It smells really nice & yummy and reminds me of green apples. :D

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Now coming to the cleaning part, it cleanses my scalp really well. It gives me a squeaky clean feel everytime I wash it, maybe because it contains SLS!! Yes girls it contains SLS… *cry*. I had thought of it to be pure herbal solution but was very disappointed after reading the ingredients. It does contain extracts of Badam, shikakai and reetha but it is not a 100% natural product.

But although it contains SLS and other chemicals, it has not caused any kind of problem to my hair. Usually SLS causes hairfall, but with this shampoo my scalp did not shed even a single strand while washing. I use this shampoo once in a week, when I oil my hair and it removes all traces of oil efficiently, which an SLS-free shampoo cannot.

Pros of Meera Shampoo with Kunkudukai & Badam:

• Nice smelling
• Cleanses well
• Gives a nice squeaky feeling
• Removes oil and dirt efficiently
• Contains extracts of badam and shikakai
• Does not cause hairfall for me
• Affordable

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Cons of Meera Shampoo with Kunkudukai & Badam:

• Contains SLS and other harmful chemicals
• Availabilty might be an issue

Last Word: Overall this is a nice product and can be used as a clarifying shampoo once in a week. (Sometimes you do not get satisfaction using SLS-free shampoos). The brand has got many other variants to choose from.

Also read:

Meera Herbal Hair Wash Powder Review
Habibs Shampoo with Jojoba Oil
Matrix Biolage Smoothing Hair Serum Review
Loreal Professional TEC Liss Control Hair Serum Review
Frizzy Hair: Causes, Treatments, Products, Home Remedies
Loreal Smooth Intense Serum Review
L’oreal Oiliss Anti-frizz Leave-in Serum Review
7 Homemade Remedies for Hair Split Ends
Hair Care 3: Tips for Healthy Hair
Hair Care 1: Structure of Hair
Hair Care 4: Tips for Dry Hair

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

jomol July 13, 2013 at 5:15 pm

Radhika………I would try this, the powder works when I have hair fall issues *pigtail* Thanks for the mention *happy dance*

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Radhika July 13, 2013 at 6:00 pm

try it Jomol…u’d love it…. *puchhi* *puchhi* *puchhi* *hunterwali*

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Radhika July 13, 2013 at 6:02 pm

soorrry Jomol…..that hunterwali smiley got inserted by mistake…typo mistake…. *puchhi* *puchhi* *puchhi* *puchhi* *puchhi* …some more for that stupidity

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Aditi July 14, 2013 at 1:15 pm

Where can we buy this? Havent seen this around! :D *jalwa*

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vinaya July 15, 2013 at 9:57 am

Where i will get this shampoo in mumbei

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