The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo Review

The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo Review

What the brand says:
Gently cleanses to help restore moisture and improve the hair softness without weighing it down, for a smooth and shiny finish. With pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and Community Trade honey and sugar. No silicones, sulphates, parabens or colourants.

For dry and damaged hair.
Size: 250 ml
Price: Rs. 515
About the product:
This shampoo contains no silicones, sulphates, 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 resources.
The 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.
We buy Community Trade honey from organic sources in Africa and sugar from the Montillo Co-operative in Paraguay. Our trade rewards local suppliers fairly for their expertise, and helps them invest in their futures.

Tips:
Dry and damaged hair often lacks shine so using a moisture-rich shampoo will retain a smoother finish and shinier look.         
Instructions:
Mix a small amount in the hands with water to create lather. Massage into the scalp and rinse thoroughly. Follow with Moisture Conditioner
Packaging:
Tall plastic bottle with a flip cap.Also available in travel size bottles.

Pros:
1.No harsh chemicals
2.Does not dry out the hair
3.Easily available
4.Good packaging
5.Good fragrance

Cons:
Not enough moisturising
My Experience:
I have dry and thick hair.This claims to moisturise dry hair.I did not find it very moisturising but I like the fact that I can use it even daily as it is not harsh on the hair and does not cause dryness.It lathers very well and not much is required.The bottle would probably last me more than two months.
It has a pleasant fragrance which reminds me of some herbs.I can actually feel that there are no chemicals.I would continue to buy this as it is free from strong chemicals and very good for everyday use.It does soften the hair to an extent but not remarkably I would say.

My Rating :4/5
Final words: I love the no silicones, sulphates, parabens or colourants claim.

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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