It’s been a long time since I have posted a hair conditioner review. So here it is. Today I will be reviewing the Just Herbs Kumuda Indian White Waterlily Conditioner.
About the Just Herbs Kumuda Indian White Waterlily Conditioner:-
According to the website “Just Herbs’ gentle hair conditioner is free from silicones and it smoothens and nourishes dull and damaged hair without causing ‘build-up’ in your strands. While regular conditioners may provide an instant smoothening effect, they may also cause silicones (commonly used conditioning agents in mass market products) to get deposited in your hair making it greasy or heavy. Vibhitaka, Indian Gooseberry (Amla), Bhringraj and hibiscus are known in Ayurveda for promoting hair health and stimulating growth while Fenugreek (Methi) helps fight hair thinning and hair fall. The fragrant Kumuda or Indian white waterlily adds elasticity, volume and body to brittle hair.”
How To Use:-
According to the website “Apply on wet hair after shampoo. Wait for 1-2 minutes and rinse with water.”
indian water lily ext. 4%, gotukola (centella asiatica) ext. 2%, bhringraj (eclipta alba) ext. 2% vibhitaki (balleric myrobalan) ext. 2%, mulethi ext 2%, mustaka 2% , indian sarsaparilla 1%, aloevera leaf juice* 5%, wheatgerm oil 0.5%, jojoba oil 1%. veg. glycerine*, soy lecithin, glyceryl stearate citrate / cetearyl alcohol / glyceryl caprylate***, dicaprylyl carbonate***, octyldodecanol***, caprylyl glycol, gluconolactone / sodium gluconate, potassium sorbate, natural preservative blend of herbs and essential oils, citric acid (ph adjuster).
My Take On The Just Herbs Kumuda Indian White Waterlily Conditioner:-
Once again just herbs has done great with the packaging. It comes in a clear plastic bottle with a black coloured pump dispenser. The packing is nice and sturdy. Although it is not the most travel-friendly one. As it is quite bulky. Non the less it looks really cool on the counter.
It has a very mild floral scent to it. It barely gets transferred to the hair.
Colour And Consistency:-
This is thick white coloured conditioner. The texture feels very smooth and rich. Almost like whipped cream
Price And Shelf Life:-
₹ 595 for 200 ml with 3 years of shelf life. You have to use it within 6 months of opening.
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My Experience with the Just Herbs Kumuda Indian White Waterlily Conditioner:-
This has to be the only product from just herbs so far that I am not crazy about. Let me tell you why. I used it as they recommend. After using this conditioner I do feel that my hair is nice and shiny. They are soft to some extent. It is very gentle and there is no build up.
But to see all these good effects I have to use a lot of product. I have quite long hair (I can sit on my hair) so they already take up a lot of product. But with this conditioner, I have to use more than usual. Almost a hand full and it’s not a cheap product.
So it works but not in the most economical way. I will recommend this if you have short hair or even medium length. But if you have extremely long hair like me it won’t last long.
- Makes my hair soft and shiny
- Smells nice
- Free from petrochemicals, parabens, SLS/SLES PEG/PPG, Genetically modified ingredients(GMO) and other synthetic ingredients
- A little expensive
- You will have to use a lot of product.
|It smoothens and nourishes dull and damaged hair.||True|
|Doesn’t cause ‘build-up’ in your strands||True|
|The fragrant Kumuda or Indian white waterlily adds elasticity, volume and body to brittle hair.||True|
The Bottom Line:-
It’s a good conditioner but not the most economical one
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