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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Soultree - Licorice Hair repair Shampoo Review.


Hello dears :) How about some nourishing shampoo before the "Hibiscus and Henna hair conditioner" from Soultree? 

Here it is: The Soultree - "Licorice Hair repair Shampoo".



Price: 575/- INR.

Now, It now comes in a new packaging which i don't really like!:( The old one was lively and colourful! I agree this is a dark tinted container and it preserves the nourishing ingredients effectively. So, i will have to put up with it. :-/ 

About the brand: 
Soultree is a BDIH certified natural cosmetic brand. They started this brand as a result of the journey that began in 2002. A journey deep into the Himalayas where they discovered communities still living in communion with nature using its goodness and giving back to it in equal measure. This harmonious give and take had an honesty they never quite found in the cities. So, they decided to create truly natural products that resonated responsibility and values.


*All products are certified Natural by BDIH

*Botanicals ethically collected & organic

*Ayurvedic extracts made fresh and in-house

*No harmful chemicals

*GMP certified manufacturing

*Against cruelty & for recycling

Awesome! right? <3

Read more of this in detail in the "About us" section on their website.

Ingredients:

Aqua, Decyl glucoside, Glycerine, Coco glucoside, Lauryl glucoside, Erythritol, Sodium PCA, Glycerol mono oleate, Betaine, Caprylyl/capryl glucoside, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) juice*, Hibiscus rosa sinesis (hibiscus) infusion*, Lawsonia inermis (henna) infusion*, Hydrolysed wheat protein, Sodium gluconate, Sodium lactate, Trigonella foenum graecum (methika) extract*, Glycyrrhiza glabra (yashtimadhu) extract*, Citric acid, Eclipta alba (bhringraj) extract*, Sodium levulinate, Parfum**, Sodium citrate, Coco –caprylate/ caprate, Xanthan gum, Sodium cocoyl glutamate, Disodium cocoyl glutamate, Potassium sorbate, Ceramide III, Acacia concinna (shikakai) extract*, Olea europaea (olive) oil*, Cocus nucifera (coconut) oil*, Emblica officinalis (aamla extract)*, Parfum**, Linalool**, Limonene**, Citronellol**, Geraniol**

Fragrance: Mild shikakai floral. Very pleasant and non-overpowering.


Swatch:

My Experience:
I first found it and bought it on Naturalmantra.com 3 years ago when i had long hair and was searching crazily for a reasonably priced natural shampoo among a meager number of natural shampoos that existed in India back then.(ya..Rustic art's Aloe shampoo is reasonably priced but, i was fed up with it because it was not suiting my hair anymore. :-/)

It is a very thick gel like shampoo which has to be diluted. Otherwise, you could easily use up 1/4th bottle of it each time. :D 

When i used for the first time, i wasn't really pleased with how my hair felt. It was weighed down, dull and unclean. But, from the second time, when i left it longer on hair before washing, i got to see real big difference. They felt super soft, nourished, healthy and had a natural bounce to them.

If you have oily/Normal hair, you do not really need any conditioner with this!

Even my sister who has super dry lifeless brittle curly hair started to see the difference after using this shampoo along with their Hibiscus conditioner. Her hair became more manageable, nourished and soft.

This shampoo has become our collective favorite and will remain so forever! <3

Pros:
  • It does what it says!
  • Nourishes, Repairs and brings back Life to damaged hair.
  • Makes hair really soft.
  • Suits All hair types.
  • Smells pleasant.
  • People with Oily/Normal hair need not use any conditioner.
  • Cleans really well.
  • Does not leave any residue behind.
  • When diluted, foams really good.
  • Priced reasonably.
  • Eco-friendly/Biodegradable ingredients and packaging.
  • Locally sourced Organic ingredients.
  • Cruelty free.
Cons:
  • None.

Availability

Online at: Soultree.in, Amazon.in, Nykaa.com

Offline at: 'The Green path Organic state' store, malleswaram, Bangalore and at most organic/natural product stores in India.

Rating: 5/5! Deserves it. <3

Do i recommend
Yes. Anytime. Because, this is the one among the very few really good natural shampoos in India and also it is sanely priced for all the real benefits it provides. 

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Love,

Siri.

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7 comments:

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    1. Please do. You will definitely love it! <3 But, remember that it takes time to show result. :)

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  2. Am using their Triphala shampoo currently. This sounds like a great natural shampoo for dry hair. Will give it a try...

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    1. Triphala one is little drying. This one is more moisturizing...so, will suit drier hair types. :)

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