Juicy Chemistry Onion Shampoo Bar with Hibiscus Chamomile Tea Review : This review again is regarding hair care and in this review, I am also giving a few DIY masks which can help you get rid of dandruff and stimulate hair growth. Shampoos are used by almost everyone. But this is something different. It is not a liquid shampoo but is a shampoo bar. Yes, you read that right. Today I will be reviewing the juicy chemistry onion hibiscus chamomile tea shampoo bar to help reduce hair fall and reduce premature graying. Read on to know of the product was a hit or a miss!
Basic information about Juicy Chemistry Onion Hibiscus Chamomile Tea Shampoo Bar
Juicy Chemistry was co-founded by Pritesh & Megha Asher in 2014, with a goal to provide effective organic skin care products formulated with the purest and the most nutrient-rich ingredients. All the products are made from wild-harvested ingredients, steam distilled & cold pressed oils and are free from parabens, preservatives, petroleum products, artificial perfumes, alcohol, etc.
Handcrafted with the goodness of raw Onion juice, fresh Hibiscus flower infusion and Chamomile flowers with brewed Black Tea, this unique bar of hair cleanser works wonderfully on all hair types, leaving hair smooth and nourished. Blended in with quintessential Indian herbs, like Bhringaraj, Vitamin C rich Amla, Brahmi, Curry Leaf, Ashwagandha and more this power-packed shampoo is a perfect daily shampoo bar! Go on try it to feel the difference.
How to use
It is intended to be used only for the hair, so wet the shampoo and rub it into your hair and massage it, it will give lather.
1 to 2 years from the date of manufacture
Yes it is vegan
My experience with Juicy Chemistry Onion Hibiscus Chamomile Tea Shampoo Bar
It is packaged in a unique manner. It is packed in a cane box and the soap is inside a plastic cover.
It has a pretty mild smell of onion and the smell won’t stay in your hair after the hair wash
I had hair all because of change in weather and food habits. My hair used to fall like crazy after a head bath. I wouldn’t have the patience to bother with it and one day, I noticed that my hair, at the ends, had become pretty thin and it looked weak. I decided to buy some shampoo that is natural since it is very difficult to use shikakai every time you wash your hair. I saw this product, again on nykaa and decided to purchase this and trust me, I don’t repent it. Yes I know, it will make a huge hole in your pocket but it is worth it. It will last really long and will lather enough just to remove the dirt, not the natural sebum from the scalp. It contains products like onion, hibiscus, and chamomile tea. Onion contains sulfur which is a product that helps to re grow hair and reduces hair fall. Hibiscus is a product that conditions the hair and keeps the ph balance of the hair. Chamomile tea acts like an anti-dandruff, anti-bacterial product which helps calm down the scalp and nourishes it. Combining the goodness of all these ingredients, this product gives the best to its customers.
Overall performance of Juicy Chemistry Onion Hibiscus Chamomile Tea Shampoo Bar
- Natural product
- Cleanses the hair
- Have Indian Herbs like Bhringraj, Amla, Brahmi, Curry Leaf, Ashwagandha
- Enriched with Onion juice, Hibiscus & Chamomile flower extracts, and brewed Black tea
- Just enough lather not to dry the hair
- Helps reduce hair fall
- Helps reduce dandruff
- Keeps hair soft and smooth
- Help reduce premature greying
Would I repurchase or recommend it?
A big yes, I definitely am repurchasing this product and I will recommend it to everyone. This product contains onion and onion contains sulfur which helps in the regrowth of hair and also reduces hair fall to a great extent. I give this product a 5/5 even though it is expensive since it is totally worth it and it will last for a really long time.
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