The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Hair Butter Review

The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Hair Butter Review

What the brand says:
Luxuriously rich and intensive deep-conditioning treatment for soft, glossy and tangle-free hair. With pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and Community Trade honey and olive oil. No silicones, parabens or colourants.

Use weekly or as required.
For dry and damaged hair.
Size: 200 ml
Price: Rs. 750
Packaging:
This cream is really thick so I know I cannot expect this to come in a tube.It comes in a neatly packed round tub with a screw cap.

It contains no silicones, parabens or colourants. It also meets our eco-conscious standard. It is respectful to the aquatic environment, meets strict biodegradability standards, and minimises the use of non-sustainable packaging resourcesThe pracaxi tree grows in the wet tropical climate along the Delta of Amazonas River and its precious seeds are cold pressed for its oil.
Manketti nut oil is traditionally used as a body rub during the dry African winter to moisturise skin.
How to use:
After shampooing, smooth 1-2 hazelnut-sized amounts onto palms and work through damp hair. Leave for at least five minutes. Massage with some warm water, then rinse thoroughly. For best results use after washing with Rainforest Moisture Shampoo.

Apply Hair Butter and comb evenly through hair from root to tip using our Detangling Comb.
My Experience:
I have very dry and thick hair.I have been rebonding my hair for the past three years so its even worse now.Iam a big fan of The Body Shop products and this caught my attention when I was in need of a good conditioner.Conditioners do nothing for my dry and frizzy hair so I always opt for hair butters which are thick in texture.This says no chemicals so I had to pick it up.This smells really good.The texture is really thick,exactly what my hair needs. Only a small amount is required so this tub would last me around 4-5 months easily. It glides on like butter.It definitely moisturises the hair and makes it soft even after one use.I have been using schwarzkopf,loreal hair butters all these years but this is the one that has impressed me the most.Iam definitely repurchasing.

Pros:
1.Excellent fragrance
2.Remarkably softens dry hair
3.Easily available
4.Lasts a long time
5.No harsh chemicals

Cons:
Expensive

My rating:4.5/5
Final words: If you hair is craving for moisture,this is the best that you can do for it. However, it is not for thin. limp hair. Girls with thick, frizzy hair would love it.

Who is Preetha

Preetha is an engineer turned beauty blogger from India. She loves trying out new beauty products and makeup looks. She is a mother of a one year old baby girl and loves photography, cooking and makeup of course.

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