Hi Wise She Lovers…hope you all are hit, hot, fit and fine . A week back when I was switching channels on my Television, at one channel I stopped for a minute. On my TV screen there was Katrina Kaif with all her beauty and gorgeous hairs..I thought some new shampoo from Pantene has been launched but nope, she was endorsing L’oréal brand and that ad was about new L’oréal Paris 6 oil Nourish shampoo. Being an owner of oily scalp I rarely oil my hair so I always search for those shampoos which are like 2 in 1 product i.e.oil plus shampoo for my hairs. This product was having goodness of 6 oils, so I immediately decided to give it a shot. Next day I purchased it and since last week I am using this shampoo and it is now the time to review its performance. Read on to know more about it.
Science meets tradition with the infusion of 6 unique oils. The L’oréal Paris 6 Oil Nourish Shampoo has been specially created by the L’oréal Research & Innovation Centre in India. It penetrates deep into the scalp giving it utmost nourishment and care that is suitable for all hair types. The 6 Oil Nourish Shampoo has been created to provide complete nourishment to your hair from root to tip with 6 Micro Oils™ making it soft, shiny, thick, strong, smooth and manageable.
Application: Massage gently into wet scalp/hair, lather and rinse for soft, nourished and healthy hair. Apply twice if required.
About L’oréal Paris 6 Oil Nourishing Shampoo:
The L’oréal Laboratories have infused 6 nutritive oils in one shampoo that makes hair and scalp nourished with 6 sensational benefits:
Shelf Life: 36 months.
Price: Rs.69/- for 75 ml., Rs.138/- for 175 ml.
Packaging: The product is housed in yellow colored opaque plastic bottle with brown flip top cap. The packaging is sturdy, sleek and like other L’oréal Shampoo types.
Smell: This shampoo smells nice- sweet and a bit artificial. The fragrance lingers on for quite some time post washing.
Colour and consistency: This shampoo is yellow in color and its consistency is creamy-neither too thick nor too runny.
My take on L’oréal Paris 6 Oil Nourishing Shampoo:
Good points first- this shampoo lathers very well and spread easily on my hairs. I literally don’t have to waste buckets of water to wash it off as well, it smells good and being of creame like consistency it is easy to work without wastage of product. As already mentioned my hairs always feels oily so post washing my hairs always feels manageable and soft- so the same case is with this shampoo also.Post washing my hairs feel soft, clean and manageable.
Now me and my complaints . This shampoo has done nothing to control or lessen my hair fall problem, so I don’t think that claims of making hairs strong and thick is true. Neither this shampoo is adding any shine to my hairs or giving it a bounce. So all in all it is just another average shampoo from L’oréal- nothing new other than the claims of containing 6 oils in it.
What I like about L’oréal Paris 6 Oil Nourishing Shampoo:
- Easily available.
- Sturdy packaging with a flip open cap.
- Smells good.
- Cleanses hairs well.
- Leaves no sticky feeling in hairs post washing.
- Said to contain 6 wonderful oils.
What I don’t like about L’oréal Paris 6 Oil Nourishing Shampoo:
- Not true to its claim of making hairs thick and strong.
- Doesn’t prevent hair-fall.
- Doesn’t provide shine or bounce to my hairs.
Shall I recommend it to you?
Nope…it is just like any other shampoo- nothing special nothing unique- just an average product. I don’t have any reasons to recommend it to you. But if you want oil contents in your shampoo and the ingredient list is looking convincing to you, you may try it.
Have you tried L’oréal Paris 6 Oil Nourishing Shampoo?
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