When you see a super sizer somewhere, you know that person loves that product. Same is with me when it comes to this particular shampoo by Organic Surge. It is their volume boost shampoo, which has organic palmarosa and lime essential oils in it. Actually, I got it for my mother as she has pretty fine hair and she likes volumizing shampoos. So, let’s dig in and find out if it’s really worth it.
For Fine Or Flyaway Hair. Volume Boost Shampoo cleanses with natural foaming agents and is free from synthetic silicones that can weigh down fine hair. The caring formula is enriched with comfrey and echinacea plant extracts, a combination recommended by botanists to enhance fine, flyaway hair. Volume Boost Shampoo gently builds body and strength, leaving your hair feeling lustrous and healthy. Organic Surge Shampoo is free from harsh foaming agents that strip hair of its natural oils and can cause scalp irritation. Enjoy the lightweight lather created by naturally-derived ingredients.
- Natural and organic shampoo.
- Untouched by harsh chemicals.
- 100% natural foaming action safeguards hair and scalp health.
- Enriched with body-boosting comfrey and echinacea plant extracts.
- Lightweight formula builds body and strength of fine or flyaway hair.
- Leaves hair feeling lustrous, healthy and full of volume.
- Animal-friendly, suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Directions For Use:
Wet hair thoroughly and massage shampoo into your hair from scalp to ends. Reapply if desired, then rinse well and follow with Volume Boost Conditioner.
Aqua, Ammonium lauryl sulphate, Aloe barbadensis leaf extract *, Lauryl betaine, Polyquaternium-7, Glycerin, Coco-glucoside, Glyceryl oleate, Panthenol, Hydrolyzed wheat protein, Cocos nucifera fruit extract *, Carica papaya fruit extract *, Mangifera indica fruit extract *, Theobroma cacoa seed extract *, Garcinia mangostana fruit extract *, Ficus carica fruit extract *, Citrus nobilis peel oil, Cedrus atlantica bark oil, Pelargonium graveolens flower oil,Citrus aurantifolia oil, Pogostemon cablin leaf oil, Citrus aurantium bergamia fruit oil, Boswellia carterii oil, Hydroxypropyl guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate, Sodium chloride, Citric acid, Disodium EDTA, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Magnesium nitrate, Methylisothiazolinone, Magnesium chloride, Ascorbic acid, Potassium sorbate, Limonene, Hexyl cinnamal, Linalool, Geraniol
*naturally-derived ingredient. Naturally occurring within essential oils. Free from animal-derived ingredients. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans
1200/- INR for a 500 ml bottle.
My Experience with Organic Surge Volume Boost Shampoo:
This comes in a regular sturdy transparent bottle. Like the OS shampoo tubes, I find it pretty convenient. It has a flip top, which doesn’t have a huge bore, and the bottle is pretty flexible, so you can squeeze out the product if you need more.
The consistency of this is pretty thin. It does look like a regular shampoo, but it is kind of runny. So, you need to cup your hands nicely to make it stay on your palm when you squeeze it out in the shower. It has a pretty fresh lime scent to it, which I find really refreshing and it does wake you up if you use it in the morning. I basically love such scents for body/hair products.
Now, I have tried it on my oiled hair as well as unoiled hair. I used it like crazy for 3-4 months and personally that is the longest that I have stuck to with one shampoo. So, when I use it on my un-oiled hair, it does a pretty decent job of cleansing the hair from all the styling products that I use. It detangles my hair to a significant extent. When I use it on my oiled hair, I probably need more than usual amount, but I feel that’s pretty normal because obviously you need more product to take all that greasiness off your hair. So, coming to its effects on your hair, *drums* this instantly lifts up the mood of your dull and limp hair and provides volume without making them puffy. This is probably one of the very few shampoos in the market, which does that. It cleanses the hair good, without making it feel extra dry and provides nice volume with a subtle shine. My mother has been using this since I gave it to her and she is probably on her 4th or 5th bottle right now 😛
According to her, no other organic shampoo has worked for her as good as this and it is pretty affordable too. It even improves the texture of your hair as your hair isn’t stripped off every time you wash it. I feel it is a must-have in your shower every time you want that extra volume in your hair, you can use this product. I highly recommend it to people who have thin and straight hair because this baby gives your hair volume without making your hair go crazy.
Pros of Organic Surge Volume Boost Shampoo:
- Good packaging.
- Organic shampoo free of harsh chemicals.
- Works amazing and does what it claims.
- It has essential oils, so even if you use it on un-oiled hair, it won’t make your hair feel extra dry.
- Over a period of time, improves the health of your hair.
- Not tested on animals.
- Pretty inexpensive and also available at lesser prices online.
Cons of Organic Surge Volume Boost Shampoo:
- None that I can think of for this one.
Will I Repurchase Organic Surge Volume Boost Shampoo?
Yes, I will. It is always good to have a volumizing shampoo in your shower and this one is the best volumizing shampoo that I know of out there.
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