Today’s review is about Vatika Henna Shampoo. I have already reviewed Vatika Argan Shampoo, Vatika Egg Shampoo, Vatika Garlic Shampoo, Vatika Black Seed and Vatika Indian Acacia Shampoo a couple of months ago. Let’s read on to know more details about the Henna variant.
Price: $3.75 for 200 ml. Also available in 400 ml bottle.
Are you suffering from dry and rough Hair? Discover the true herbal solution for soft and silky hair. Vatika Henna Shampoo, made from the finest Henna, makes your hair silky, soft and beautiful!Enriched with herbal henna extract, the henna shampoo helps keep your colour vibrant longer
• Colour protect henna shampoo.
• Henna leaves, used for hair colouring traditionally have been used in shampoo to give more vibrant colour.
• Gentle on hair.
• Deep conditioning formula.
My Experience with Dabur Vatika Naturals Henna Shampoo:
The Vatika Henna Shampoo is a part of Vatika Naturals international range, comprising of several shampoos, conditioners, oils and treatment masks from natural ingredients. I will just give a brief about the packaging and move on to the performance of the product. Vatika Henna Shampoo comes in an olive coloured, opaque, sturdy and tightly closing bottle with a curvy shape, which makes it look different and appealing. Despite being a 200 ml bottle, the cap makes the bottle a travel-friendly one.
Vatika Henna Shampoo has an ideal consistency to work with and it lathers richly with a normal amount of product which any shampoo would require. It isn’t fragrance-free and carries some fragrance, which nowhere resembles henna. I would have always preferred a fragrance-free hair product. It rinses well without trouble and doesn’t leave any residue and fragrance behind. I have used this in winter, so my review is solely related to the dry environment, when my hairs are already rough and coarse, but not frizzy. For reference, I have unfortunately dry, thin, limp and less volume in hair (not a preferable condition at all!).
Vatika Henna Shampoo doesn’t get thumbs up from me. Despite making every hair stand out and not making hair frizzy, it makes my hair weigh down and look thinner and drooping. It adds to the dryness and one month’s usage has fully contributed to visible split ends in my hair. No matter how I style, the result is a lumpier hair day when I use this product. Also, the dry hair situation has heavily increased the hair breakage and I regret my purchase. Though the price tag is low, but Vatika Henna Shampoo’s price is paid by your hair – a total skip product. Don’t get fascinated by the tall claims of the brand and fancy product description; Vatika Henna Shampoo turned out to be a miss for me.
Pros of Dabur Vatika Naturals Henna Shampoo:
- Rinses clean without residue.
- Lathers rich with a small amount to last long.
- Nicely packaged.
- Low priced.
Cons of Dabur Vatika Naturals Henna Shampoo:
- A fragranced shampoo and not free of SLS as well.
- Makes dry, coarse hairs drier- ultimately leading to hair breakage.
- Doesn’t add volume and weighs down hair, making your hair limp.
- Contributes heavily to split ends.
- Makes you hate your hair!
IMBB Rating: 2.5/5
Will I Recommend/Repurchase of Dabur Vatika Naturals Henna Shampoo?
I expected this to be as good as the previous variants of Vatika range, if not better but, the results are thoroughly disappointing. Not going to repurchase this ever – in fact, I have lost faith in Vatika range for some time at least. I need a cropping session to get rid of the splits it gifted me. Not recommended at any cost.
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