I love Ayurvedic herbs to the core. Whenever I see herbs like Bringhraj, Shikakai, and Henna on the labels, I feel the urge to purchase that. Naturally, this shampoo was such a purchase too. The brand Indulekha started its venture with hair oil. With time, the hair oil gained popularity. Recently, Indulekha expanded its hair care line by introducing this shampoo. Just like the hair oil the shampoo created a buzz too. Now the question is how amazing this shampoo is?
Every bottle of Indulekha shampoo comes with the extracts from 9 full bringha plants. It is not just another hair cleanser but an Ayurvedic proprietary medicine. It is free of color and fragrance. Overall, this shampoo is one of the best options to prevent hair fall.
It is written at the back of the shampoo bottle that has 6 other herbs including amla, tulsi, neem, madhyantika, shikakai and rosemary. The names are enough to make anyone crazy who wants to use Ayurvedic concoctions.
In the last part of the ingredient lists, the brand has listed 3 widely used preservatives. They are DMDM hydantoin, methylisothiazolinone, and methylchloroisothiazolinone. None of these ingredients are safe. They are not just harmful to human bodies but also the ecosystem. Having said that Indulekha shampoo is sulphate free. But is Indulekha shampoo chemical free? No!
Some people have written to us asking us about how to use Indulekha shampoo. Well, it is simple to use Indulekha shampoo vis-a-vis Indulekha hair oil. You simple our some shampoo onto your palm & then apply it to your scalp. Let it stay for 2-mins before you wash it off.
Overall, I am not happy with the ingredients of the shampoo I was excited about it seeing its Ayurvedic content but the preservative has disappointed me.