Thursday, 5 February 2015

Puresense Reviews for Vanilla Bloom Body Mist & Lemongrass Shampoo

I have been trying some carefully crafted non-toxic products from the house of Puresense by Soap Opera for many days and have been posting how I feel about them. Here is one more post dedicated to two of the Soap Opera's products i.e. Vanilla Bloom Body Mist & Lemongrass Shampoo.  

About Vanilla Bloom Body Mist:
If you are a fragrance lover and don't miss spraying yourself with a refreshing smell, you should try this body mist that I'm going to review today.

My take on Puresense Vanilla Bloom Body Mist:
I received a sample pack of Puresense Vanilla Bloom Body Mist that blends Vanilla, Chocolate and patchouli into a ultra feminine fragrance. Like all other products of Puresense, this body mist claims to me non-toxic and contains no alcohol.

The mist is just the rightly concentrated. The pump bottle gives good coverage in each spritz. The staying power of Vanilla Bloom is quite good. But there are lso some downsides to it. I found this body mist extremely heavy for my senses. On a tiny spritz on my neck line & pulse points, I could smell it very strongly. My preference of body mists over perfumes is most probably for the reason that mists possess lighter scents on mild notes that makes me feel sensuous.

Infact I don't mind if the scent is evaporated quick and I need to re-apply it after few hours. But somehow, Vanilla Bloom could not appeal me. Its just a matter of personal liking, otherwise I think Puresense masters in crafting awesome products. I may think of buying it for gifting purposes to my friends or relatives, who like to envelope themselves into use it off n on, but sadly I am not going to repurchase it for MYSELF. The full size bottle of Vanilla Bloom Body Mist can be bought at a price of Rs 300 for 150 ml.
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About Lemongrass Shampoo:
The Lemongrass shampoo from Puresense is infused with the goodness of Lemongrass and Olive Extracts to treat hair fall.
My take on Lemongrass Shampoo:
The lemongrass shampoo from Puresense is pearl white color shampoo. Neither too runny, nor too thick; the consistency of shampoo is appropriate to be applied on damp hair. The shampoo smells somewhat tangy, most probably due to such ingredients.

When I used a generous quantity of shampoo on my oily hair, it easily cleansed the scalp with enough lather. It left my hair feeling fresh and softer. The shampoo is free of sulphate and other synthetic chemical, so there is no worry of any damage. My hair also got untangled without much effort after the usage of this shampoo.


But I am unable to comment on its claims to reduce hair fall, because the sample pack which I received was of 25 ml only and I could barely use it twice on my long hair for proper results. I wish I could use it for atleast 8-10 hair-washes to form an opinion.

The full sized pack of 270 ml is priced at Rs 249 which is not so heavy on pocket.

Overall, I am pleased with most products I used and reviewed from Puresense by Soap Opera :)



6 comments:

  1. will definitely be getting the Vanilla spray.............you know Shilpa I was searching for a good Vanilla spray since the past month & thanks to you I found one !

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    1. I feel really happy when my reviews help someone find a suitable products for their needs :)

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  2. Pure sense is a very good brand, i use their soaps. will try this out too.

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    1. their soaps not only look pretty but do fulfill their claims :)

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  3. I found the review on Puresense shampoo v.interesting. I like mild, natural shampoos with no chemicals as they damage hair. Mine is alreadu chemically treated as /i color. WIll go in for this

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    1. Mild shampoo is the best thing for colored hair as well as for everyone else. The stronger ones may cleanse the hair quickly, but leaves the scalp itchy and dry. That again is a problem.

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