Indulekha Bringha Hair Cleanser Review Indulekha, the newly launched Indulekha Bringha Hair Cleanser is targeted to fight severe hair loss problems. Every bottle claims to contain 9 Full Bhringraj Plant Extracts whose hair benefits are widely known. The brands makes some promising claims and myself being a regular user of the Indulekha Bringha Hair Oil, I couldn’t miss getting it, especially when it was meant to be used along with the hair oil for effective hair loss prevention and hair regrowth. Now that, I have been possessing the hair cleanser for quite sometime, keep reading to know what I think about it. Product Description: Indulekha Bringha Hair Cleanser is not your regular shampoo but an ayurvedic medicine for hairfall. Enriched with Bhringraj, a herb known in Ayurveda as Keshaj ” The king of Hair”. Extracts from Bhringraj plant are known for its medicinal properties of reviving and regenerating new hair. Indulekha Hair Cleanser contains herbs like Amla, Tulsi, Rosemary and Shikakai. It helps to restore natural goodness of your hair, improve hair health and reduce hair  fall. Suitable for all hair types. Preservatives: DMDM Hydantoin, Methylchloroispthiazolinone and Methylisothiazolinone. The packaging says No Added Fragrance and No Added Colour. Ingredient Benefits: Bhringraj (Eclipta alba) is an excellent herb known to arrest hair fall. It’s natural cooling properties cools down your scalp and alleviates stress to a great extent. Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) contains tons of essentials fatty acids which strengthens your hair follicles while providing luster to your hair. Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) is a sacred herb that is improves blood circulation thereby promoting hair growth. Tulsi is also an effective ingredient to treat itchy scalp. Neem (Azadirachta sndica) has powerful medicinal properties. Neem helps to get rid of dandruff, lice and other scalp related problems such as itching and flaking. Madhyantika (Lawsonia inermis) commonly known as Henna is natural dying agent that also adds shine to your hair. Henna is also a conditoning agent that balances the scalp’s acid alkaline mantle. Shikakai (Acacia concinna) has been a part of our traditional hair care since ages. It is a wonderful cleanser, conditioner and hair growth promoter. It’s benefits are widely known to everyone. It is also to be noted that it contains some chemical preservatives to increase shelf life and a shampoo base that does not declare it to be sulphate free. So despite being an ayurvedic formulation, Indulekha Bringha Hair Cleanser is not completely free of chemicals. Fragrance: The shampoo smells predominantly of Bhringraj with an ayurvedic touch of other herbs. The scent is certainly sharp on the nose but it is not as strong as the hair oil. Also, only a faint note of the fragrance lingers on the hair post rinsing. So the scent is not a major disturbance to me. Color: The shampoo is rich brown in color. Texture: It is a smooth and thick gel based shampoo. Due to its dense consistency, it is easier to control the amount of product leading to no excessive usage. Experience: I’ve been using this shampoo for more than a month now, using it atleast twice a week. The formula is nice, perfect enough to create a good lather with a small quantity of the product. I use it directly on my wet scalp, but if you are going to dilute it, you will need more product to bring it to a lather. Upon shampooing, it gives a cooling sensation on my scalp which is so calming and refreshing. The shampoo also rinses off easily without giving the feel of any slippery residue left behind. The shampoo is able to remove dirt and impurities effectively in one wash. Pros: Travel friendly bottle packaging. Good consistency. Foams up well for an ayurvedic shampoo. Rinses off easily. Cleans the scalp very well. Adds softness and bounce to the hair. Hair looks healthy and nourished. Helps with Dandruff to a certain extent. No added fragrance or color. Safe to use on artificially colored and permed hair. Cons: Sharp fragrance might be a turn off for some. No extraordinary effects. Does not reduce frizz and dryness. Conditioner or Serum is necessary. This is an ayurvedic shampoo but not a chemical free shampoo. Thanks for watching! don't forget to LIKE, COMMENT and SHARE! Thanks for SUBSCRIBING and SUPPORTING! ABOUT ME: . Subscribe Here : YouTube Facebook Instagram LOTS OF LOVE DO SHOPPING AND BE SHOPOHOLIC ... SUBSCRIBE for new videos every alternate Day! Song: Blue Wednesday - '90s Kid (Vlog No Copyright Music) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: Music Credit Artist: TFLM Song : A New Beginning Social Link:

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