March 2, 2009

Ayur Herbal Shampoos:Review


I’ve used these four shampoos by Ayur. Packed with wonderful herbs, Ayur claims that these shampoos not only cleanse your hair but also help with hair problems like thinning hair, dandruff, gray hair and lack of luster. Certainly I haven’t experienced any problems while using these shampoos and they did leave my hair squeaky clean, though they didn’t give me absolutely great-looking hair. How about you all? Let me know in your comments. Here’s a brief profile of those shampoos:

Ayur Amla, shikakai with Reetha shampoo


Ayur Amla, Shikakai with Reetha Shampoo

Ayur Amla, Shikakai with Reetha Shampoo

This shampoo is an excellent mixture of nourishing, cleansing and foaming agents. It stimulates the scalp, strengthens the hair roots and prevents thinning of hair.

Ayur Soya protein shampoo

Ayur Soya protein shampoo

Ayur Soya protein shampoo

Soya provides all the essential proteins required by thin and delicate hair. It enriches the scalp to get thick and dense hair to provide luster and bounce.

Ayur Lemon Shampoo


Ayur Lemon Shampoo

Ayur Lemon Shampoo

Lemon being a rich source of vitamin C, has the property to draw excess oil from the hair. Besides this, it is an excellent cleanser and good for dandruff-prone hair.

Ayur Henna Tulsi shampoo


Ayur Henna Tulsi Shampoo

Ayur Henna Tulsi Shampoo

This unique combination of premium herbs like Tulsi and henna that are full of vitamins and proteins brings life to dull and damaged hair. Henna, with its extraordinary conditioning property and Tulsi, with its strong tonic properties, prevents hair-fall and graying of hair and also adds bounce and sheen to it.




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7 comments:

  1. Ayur shampoos are enriched with natural conditioners and cleansers like henna, rosemary, lemon and coconut oil. The Ayur shampoo range comprises Alma Shikakai, Rosemary, Soya Protein, Reetha, Heena-Tulsi and Coconut.

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  2. Sangeeta11:18 AM

    Hi aparna,
    Ayur amla shampoo is the best shampoo that I have ever used before. It smells of reetha (soap nuts)and my hair shines and I feel great after shampooing! And oh, I am fifty years old, I hope it does something for my grey hair.

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  3. About a year ago, I purchased a large India based shampoo called Ayur Henna shampoo the shampoo is brown in color and the bottle is a frosty white, I had horrible allergy to this ayur product, where I was itchy at the scalp, and broke out in hives after upon using it couple days later, the product made my hair feel like straw, hard to comb out tangles, and it didn't smell nice either.

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  4. Pavitra3:11 PM

    I couldn't stand the smell of the shikakai variant... Left me sneezing.

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  5. With my kind of dry hair - with a couple of uses it led to split ends. And that was the end to the attempt to use this shampoo..

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  6. Pranita9:07 AM

    Am not an Ayur products fan as they are not so effective, their only plus point is they are pretty inexpensive.

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  7. Seema9:36 AM

    Ayur Herbal Shampoo can come in really handy in a very busy schedule when there is simply no time to wash hair and yet our hair desperately needs some refreshment. Thanks for the information. :-)

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