Hi people! Hope you’re having a great time. I have this Onion Hair Cleanser from Aroma Essentials to talk about today, and this product has seen a lot of wait. Along with AE Growth Blend and Pro-V Serum, this shampoo has been a consistent part of my hair care routine.
About Aroma Essentials Onion Hair Cleanser :
Suitable for : All hair types
Contains : Onion juice, Onion powder, Mustard Oils, Essential Oils of Mint and Rosemary, Vegetable Oils, Shea Butter.
Functions : Makes hair feel smooth and soft, thoroughly cleanses scalp and hair
Hey everyone! After Aroma Essentials sent me their products, my hair care regime changed for the better. Ever since acute hormonal changes resulted in a bitter hair fall, I realized the importance of regularly providing the hair roots with nourishment. Stocked up on oils and serums, and the AE hair kit added to it. That’s also when I chanced upon the Juicy Chemistry Hair Serum and reviewed it on the blog. Now I have almost made a vow to provide my hair follicles and strands with sheer organic goodness. Wholesome organic and pure. No sulphates or harmful chemicals.
Why I say ‘almost’ is because, I’m whimsical. 😛 Not my fault but now, Geminis are whimsical. 😛 I may want to color my hair someday, or maybe just style them at salon. Although I have kept my mane away from blow driers and heat for quite some time now, but to be honest, I do use my Philips hair dryer on the rarest of occasions and on its lowest temperature. On days when the sun fails to show up despite attempts and it rains incessantly, and I have to wash them hairs. Else there’s nothing better than air dried mane.
So after I have expressed my opinion on the external features of the product in Part-I, let me continue with exactly how the product performs. 🙂
The Results on me :
So one evening, I put it to test by applying it over my irritated scalp. The first thing that I noticed was the instant cooling sensation that this serum provided me. It soothed my inflamed scalp. That was so relieving to feel after months of struggle with an angry, itchy scalp and constant hair loss. It did make my hairs little oily, but it was different from oiling my hairs. Surprisingly, I didn’t face a lot of hairfall post applying this serum. But I still kept my fingers crossed. Read more
Hi everyone! Today I am going to review a product that has long been sitting patiently in my stash, waiting for its turn. While I, on the other hand, have been looking for a good enough opportunity to talk about it. It seems we do share a pretty good “chemistry”, eh? 😉 Ah and chemistry it is, a juicy one at that! 😀 Without further ado, let me bring to limelight the star of today’s post : the Juicy Chemistry Lemon, Peppermint and Rosemary Hair Serum. And let me give you a subtle word of caution, I may be talking a lot in this post. This was a long awaited one on my part, and it deserves all the attention and more for the little bottle of miracle that it is. 🙂
Given the length of the post, I decided to break it down in two parts. That should be easy on you, my lovely readers. Thanks a lot for all the positive feedback, it feels amazing to know you enjoy reading my posts! 🙂
Before I begin, let me tell you how glad I am to find so many entrepreneurs in India bringing forth beauty products that are completely sourced from Mother Nature. And their products ace at what they claim. Well most do. 😀 Read more
Hi everyone! I have been suffering from major hair problems over the past few months and using SLS shampoos was doing no good. I wanted to switch over to brands that make shampoos with less chemical content. And with the evolving times and market demand, we all know there is no dearth of brands that make and sell organic skincare/haircare products. As I might have already told you, I’m leaning more towards organic skincare at the moment. However, I was rather skeptical to switch over to a new shampoo at a time when my hairs and scalp were at their vulnerable most. I had already inculcated hair oils and serums in my hair care regime and stuck to them religiously, but then my hairs certainly needed a less exposure to chemicals in the cleanser as well.
I have oily scalp and fine, dry hairs so needed to choose carefully. After a lot of speculation and decision makings and breakings, I settled on a Just Herbs shampoo – the 8 in 1 Nourishing Amla Neem variant. The ingredient list seemed assuring with heavyweight hair care gurus like amla, hibiscusand neem, and no SLS or parabens. So without further ado, I ordered the 200ml bottle from Nykaa. 🙂 Read more