Vatika Premium Naturals Black Olive & Almond Shampoo Review

Hello everyone!

When I ran out of my usual shampoos by Garnier and Dove(which my parents buy from UAE for me), I had to search for a decent shampoo. The shampoo that I like to always use is Clinic Plus (mostly because of the fact that my childhood feelings are attached to it, and also for its mild action). This time also, I asked for a Clinic Plus Shampoo, but sadly the store didn’t have its big sized bottle and I was lazy enough to check out other stores. Though, this is also not a large sized one, I planned to get this for two reasons! One, for being a Dabur product. And second, for being a lover of both black olives and almonds. 😀 And, that is how I picked this one! 🙂

Dabur Vatika Black Olive and Almond Shampoo Review

Product Description:
For extra-beautiful hair!
Now experience shiny black hair like never before. Vatika Premium Naturals Black Olive & Almond Shampoo is packed with the goodness of black olives and amla that help maintain the black colour of your hair and give it incredible shine.

Claims:
No harmful chemicals
Active natural ingredients maintain the black colour of hair
Gentle cleansing and nourishing

Price:
INR 59 for 80 ml

My Experience with Dabur Vatika Black Olive and Almond Shampoo:

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The bottle itself is so stylish like a complete gentleman dressed in black. 🙂 It comes in a strong flip top bottle. The ingredients list says that it contains aqua extracts of amla, shikakai, henna and green almonds. In the image you could see the brown ones, huh? I didn’t even open and check it out until I was ready to wash my hair in the bathroom. Now, the scariest part! I opened it for using it on my oiled hair and took some on my palm. I was shocked to see that it has got a greyish – black colour with shiny particles. The colour resembles a hair dye!!

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Honestly, I didn’t expect it to be in any particular colour. But, black was an option beyond my imagination. I could not help myself and I checked the product label, read everything written over it carefully once again! Finally, relieved myself that I haven’t misread anything. Though I was hesitant, I still went ahead and used it on my hair for the first time.

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It smells like a mild shampoo and there is no issues related to its smell for me. About its working, it does the job of a shampoo to a good extent. I have a tendency to use it more than the required amount, feeling it may not remove the oil completely out of my hair otherwise. After each usage, my hair looks darker. I have no major hair fall issues, so I can’t actually comment on that.

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Pros of Dabur Vatika Black Olive and Almond Shampoo:

• It is very pocket friendly
• It smells natural and nice
• Attractive and stylish packaging
• Gently cleanses the hair and makes it a bit shiny, nothing exceptional though
• It claims to have the benefit of black olives, green almonds, shikakai, amla and henna

Cons of Dabur Vatika Black Olive and Almond Shampoo:

• Ingredients list and images don’t match
• Contains SLS.

IMBB Rating:
3.5/5

Would I Repurchase Dabur Vatika Black Olive and Almond Shampoo?
Not sure! I may go for this if and only if I have no better options.

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4 thoughts on “Vatika Premium Naturals Black Olive & Almond Shampoo Review

  1. I still remember the fragrance of Clinic Plus, it definitely takes us back to our childhood, but I don’t use it anymore. This one seems like a good shampoo but how can they get confused between almonds. :O

  2. Vatika has been in India for as long as clinic plus, I think. Even if it hasn’t we all show that much of trust in the brand. Must be a decent shampoo to work with. Nice review Sana 😀

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