Agh! Do you not hate the hot summer days that have all of a sudden invaded us? At Kolkata itâ€™s not just hot but also humid, a condition I HATE, because summer equals to itchy scalp, oily and limp hair for me. However, to combat it I got a few stuff from Khadi. This was one of them. These shampoos are available at quite a few Khadi counters around the city and also on several online portals, including Flipkart and Khadiâ€™s own website (where they are running a 10% discount right now and has free shipping over 300/-).
About Khadi Neem Sat Herbal Shampoo:-
Khadi Neem Sat shampoo is best for itchy and irritated scalp. It will clear and clean the scalp, prevent itches and infections and keep it healthy.
- Key Ingredients: Neem sat, brahmi, tulsi, lodhra seeds, aqua, reetha.
- Quantity: 210 ml.
- Price: 95/-
My take on Khadi Neem Sat Herbal Shampoo:-
The bottle is made of a sturdy plastic, with a flip top that is more or less good quality. My favorite part is there is a plastic insert under the lid that one can either remove when they use it or remove it altogether. I prefer to leave it as the shampoo does come out of the lid a bit faster than I like, and thus prevents it from spilling all over. The shampoo itself is quite travel-friendly due to the plastic insert.
The day I first tried this shampoo was after I came home after almost a 12-hour day in the heat. My scalp was itching and my hair was feeling dirty from the grime and sweat. This shampoo is a vibrant green color, and has a pleasant, clean fragrance that doesn’t overwhelm me. As well, it has a nice smooth texture, although it can be a bit runny for me. When using it I liked the fragrance, and more importantly I liked the fact that the lather didn’t run down my face like other shampoos tend to. The smell lingers for a few hours, and so, those of you who are fond of a light smell in your hair post shampoo would love this.
I left it on for the prescribed time, 5 minutes or so, and rinsed it out. Afterwards, I brushed out my hair and was amazed at how soft my hair was, and how easy it was to brush through my curls. Even 2 days later my hair was still quite soft.Â So yes, I am pretty happy about the shampoo, and the fact that I mostly do not need a conditioner afterwards and it does do what it promises to.
What I like about Khadi Neem Sat Herbal Shampoo:-
- Lovely smell
- Lathers up nicely
- Relieves me from dry, itchy scalp
- Makes my hair soft
- Does not require a conditioner afterwards (for my hair)
What I don’t like about Khadi Neem Sat Herbal Shampoo:-
Verdict: I will definitely repurchase this. Quite good!
Â Have you tried Khadi Neem Sat Herbal Shampoo?
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