Monday, 8 June 2015

Vedantika Herbals Ayurvedic Neem Tulsi Shampoo Review

The glory of beautiful tresses is nothing but a treasure to me. I am actually tempted to use great hair care products that cure lifeless hair every time as the season changes.  Thanks to frizz, limpness, and other annoying summer-gifted worries that I need to try something new to fix my hair problems.

Today's post talks about an ayurvedic shampoo packed with numerous benefits of using neem & tulsi.

Product Claims :
Vedantika Neem Tulsi Shampoo is a nourishing blend that purifies and nourishes the scalp and hair. Anti bacterial properties of Neem and Tulsi extracts help remove dandruff and cleanse the scalp. While aloe vera extracts hydrate the hair from the root. This gentle formula is mild enough for everyday use. 
Key Ingredients - Neem Oil, Tulsi Oil, Aloe Vera Gel, Glycerin, Honey, Shikakai, Spring Water. Indian herbs Neem (margosa), tulsi (basil) are known for their superb antimicrobial properties. Aloe vera hydrates while Shikakakai cleanses naturally. In synergy they remove dandruff cleanse the scalp efficiently and leave hair shiny and healthy.
Direction for use - Apply on wet hair, massage gently, rinse off.

Price:  Rs 185 for 200 ml. Buy at ShopcluesAmazonFlipkart or from Vedantika Herbal's website.

My take on Vedantika Herbals Neem Tulsi Shampoo:
Although my scalp is usually trouble-free, but there are some hair troubles that I had been facing due to sweaty summers. Moreover, my son used to have a tendency of developing mild allergic reactions on his scalp specially during summers and since then I made him use neem based shampoos. I know I could have used boiled neem leaves in water to cure this naturally, but frankly I couldn't always manage so due of lack of time. So I took to some gentle shampoos with herbal preparation. When I opted for Vedantika's Neem Tulsi shampoo, I had high hopes from it bcz I had good experience with their another variant i.e. Lemon Grass Shampoo as well (reviewed here).

The Neem Tulsi shampoo reduced the itchiness of the scalp in one or two applications because it is enriched with antibacterial and antiseptic properties of the active ingredients. It lathered quite nicely and eliminated dirt and excess oil without leaving the scalp irritating me. Though the shampoo is mild and gentle, but I won't say you may skip conditioning your hair post head bath.
It feels nice when the shampoo gives a cooling effect on the scalp which I believe is due to the tulsi oil used in the shampoo. The shampoo effectively lowers scalp inflammations as well as restores the moisture level of the hair by use nourishing essential oils and aloe vera.
Now speaking about the color n fragrance, the shampoo is very cute light green in color which actually turns to be neutral as pour it on your palm. It smells not so delightful, but I bet it is not a irritating one. I could relate this aroma quite closely to tulsi than to neem. I am skipping giving details on packaging etc which are similar to other Vedantika shampoo.
The shampoo claims of reducing hair fall as well, but I am yet to make up my opinion for the same. But overall Vedantika Herbals Ayurvedic Neem Tulsi Shampoo helps get rid of scalp inflammation, minimizes growth of bacteria and lowers most reasons causing you smelly scalp.

2 comments:

  1. Nice review!!! seems to be a good product, let me know if It works for hair fall.

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  2. Nice review.
    I too bought one. A small query... Is is sulphate/paraben free.
    If so, how does it lather heavenly(i heard sulphate free shampoos lather less).
    And which conditioner would you suggest with this shampoo.
    Waiting for your reply.

    Thanks in advance.
    Latha

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