Of late, I’ve been using a lot of Nature’s Essence products. They are seriously cheap, easily available and effective, well, at least, most of them are. I spotted this online about two weeks ago and ordered it immediately as my dandruff problems escalate in monsoons. Well, its not raining, but there is no respite to my scalp. It remains scaled with dandruff flakes ( I know it sounds gross.) as it would in a normal rainy season. So, do read on to find out how Nature’s Essence Neem Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo fared.
Rs.110 for 200ml.
• The soothing and conditioning properties of aloe vera and basil make this shampoo excellent for your hair.
• It gently cleanses the hair leaving it smooth and lustrous hair.
• Its mild yet effectiveness in battling dandruff makes it good for all hair types
Azadirachta Indica, Nyctanthes Arbartristis, Ocimum Sanctum, Geldium Cartlagidum, DM Q.S
My Experience with Nature’s Essence Neem Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo:
The product comes in a normal transparent plastic bottle with a screw on cap that also be flipped open to revel a small nozzle through which the product can be taken out. It is a very utilitarian packaging, nothing that catches the eye.
The shampoo is mint in colour and smells remarkably like Pears soap. I like that smell. It reminds me of when I was a kid and my mother would bathe me with that particular soap. When I first ordered it, I had imagined the smell to be bitter, neem leaves like, but I was pleasantly surprised. The smell does not linger though. The consistency of the shampoo is towards the runnier side.
The shampoo lathers pretty well. Only a coin sized amount is more than enough to cover my head with pleasant smelling lather. I have shoulder length hair. People with longer hair might need a little more of the product. The product cleans up the scalp pretty well, I thought. I don’t notice dandruff flakes on the days I wash my hair. The flakes do come back after one two days or so, but I know enough about dandruff to know that shampoos can’t make them go away for good. So, its fine by me.
After using this product, my hair feels smooth. Most of the budget shampoos make my mane frizzy, so this is something. My hair feels good to touch after washing. However, it does not make my hair shinier than it already is which is not at all. My hair is falling out at an alarming rate, this shampoo does nothing to address that problem. But I think it is not a scalp problem at all. I should probably get a Thyroid function test done. Maybe a couple of more tests as well. Until then I’ll probably keep using this shampoo.
Pros of Nature’s Essence Neem Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo:
• Very affordable.
• Nice smell.
• Cleans the scalp well.
• Mild enough for frequent use.
• The hair feels smooth.
Cons of Nature’s Essence Neem Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo:
• Dandruff flakes come back soon enough.
• It will not help if you have a hair fall problem.
• Does not make the hair shiny.
Will I Repurchase Nature’s Essence Neem Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo?
No. This is a decent enough shampoo but my hair requirements are a lot more.
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