When Nivea introduced Hair milk shampoos again into the markets, I was one among the few who bought them to try, and I loved it! Recently, I came across the new formulas that are tailor-made for fine and thick hair and, I decided to pick both shampoos to give them a try. So, today’s review is all about Nivea Repairing Hair Milk Shampoo for Fine Hair. Read on to know more.
Price and Quantity: $3 for 250ml
NIVEA® Hair Milk Repairing Shampoo for fine hair structure – specially developed care with Milk Proteins and fine Eucerit® to restore it and strengthen without weighing. For soft, flexible and elastic hair.
My Experience with Nivea Repairing Hair Milk Shampoo for Fine Hair:
Nivea Hair Milk Repairing Shampoo comes in a blue coloured bottle with a sturdy flip cap. The bottle is sleek and is travel-friendly. However, the flip cap is very tight, and opening it with wet or soapy hands is difficult. All the product-related information are mentioned on the back of the bottle. The product doesn’t come sealed. One can find the variant (hair type) at the rim of the bottle and can choose the shampoo accordingly.
The shampoo is creamy white in colour and is extremely runny in texture. The smell is pleasant and reminds me of the Nivea cream. The shampoo lathers well, and a little product is more than enough for cleaning the dirt from the hair. The hair feels very soft and supple immediately without a conditioner. Post drying, my hair feels tangle free and is much more manageable. The shampoo maintains the natural texture of my hair and smoothes the hair without making it poker straight. Since I have fine hair, I wanted to try this product.
The shampoo does a lot better than the traditional hair milk. Post drying, my hair looks voluminous and naturally bouncy. The shampoo contains milk proteins, and thus, it makes my hair stronger. It moisturises my hair without imparting any greasiness. However, for someone who has an oily scalp like me, the shampoo doesn’t control the oil secretion, and thus, it makes my hair oily after two days and, I need to wash my hair on every alternate day.
The shampoo provides intense nourishment to the hair. I have split ends, and I have noticed that after almost a week of application, my hair ends are looking healthy and the split ends have reduced. The shampoo also has reduced the amount of hair fall, thereby strengthening my roots to a great extent. The shampoo is formulated for fine hair, and it helps to boost up the volume. But, the results, for now, are temporary and might not last long. The product does contain SLS. Overall, I love this product as I do not have to style my hair with a blow dryer or a hair spray for making my hair look voluminous.
So summing up:
Pros of Nivea Repairing Hair Milk Shampoo for Fine Hair:
- Makes hair soft and smooth.
- Retains the natural texture of hair.
- Cleanses the dirt effectively.
- Makes hair manageable.
- Reduces split ends and hair fall.
- Adds bounce and volume to the hair.
- Strengthens hair.
Cons of Nivea Repairing Hair Milk Shampoo for Fine Hair:
- Contains SLS.
- Temporary results.
- Makes scalp oily.
IMBB Rating: 4/5
Will I Recommend/Repurchase Nivea Repairing Hair Milk Shampoo for Fine Hair?
If you have fine hair, this product is worth a try. But, I might not repurchase it again.
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