I am back with another Khadi product. I’m just loving everything from Khadi that it does not stop me to go get more from it, and different each time. I cannot stick to a single product for too long, and I start to get signs from my body that it’s high time I switched; be it lotions, face washes or shampoos. So let’s see how this fared:
210 INR for 210 ml.
My Take on Khadi Henna and Tulsi Extra Conditioning Herbal Shampoo:
I thought Khadi had introduced some jazz in their packaging, but I am yet to find any! It is the same old “Khadi” packaging that has been there for ages now. A transparent bottle with a flip cap that is pretty sturdy and convenient for travel. I just wish the packaging was more cheerful, the one that would call out for me. Moving on to the rest of the stuff.
The shampoo is brown in color with a silver sheen to it, quite nice. It has a pleasant fragrance, doesn’t smell like either tulsi or henna. It smells so refreshing. It lathers really well and a small quantity is required. I usually require two rounds of shampoo to remove every drop of oil from my hair. I use this as a normal shampoo, along with a conditioner and it was worked excellently parallel with the conditioner. Sans the conditioner, it fared average; left my hair moisturized for a day after which the dryness returns.
I have very dry and frizzy hair, and it did not work any wonders to tame the frizz; though it was expected to. It leaves my scalp squeaky clean and nourished, my hair feels soft, extremely silky and shiny. I do not have any major hair fall concerns, so I cannot comment on that. It made my hair smell great along with added shine that lasted for about two days. Bonus is that it is free from parabens and SLS, and my hair can rejoice over that! 😀
Khadi has never disappointed me till now, and I am looking forward to get some more from it 😀
Pros of Khadi Henna and Tulsi Extra Conditioning Herbal Shampoo:
- Convenient packaging.
- It is formulated without SLS and parabens.
- Contains herbal ingredients, mainly tulsi and henna.
- Did provide nourishment to the scalp, even though it did not do much to tame the frizz.
- Has a pleasant fragrance.
- Lathers really well.
- Leaves the scalp squeaky clean.
- Works best with a conditioner, average alone.
Cons of Khadi Henna and Tulsi Extra Conditioning Herbal Shampoo:
- Did not do much to the frizz.
- Seriously tired of the bottles!!
- Dryness of hair returns after two days.
- Complete ingredient list is not mentioned.
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Khadi Henna and Tulsi Extra Conditioning Herbal Shampoo?
Of course, this is an excellent shampoo that fared well to my satisfaction although it did not do much for the frizz. It is free from parabens and sulphates that are harmful in the long run, nothing more to ask for! 😛
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