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MamaEarth: Shampoo + Conditioner Review | Happy Heads & No More Tangles

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We all love our tresses! In order to sustain a healthy crown of hair, we keep on hunting for homemade DIY recipes or a shampoo that resolves the prolonged hair fall problem. Is it merely me who has been seeing a lot of hair fall since a year or two? I’ve altered my shampoo to figure out what is the actual cause for the same and it appears as if the inherent genes and my eating pattern is what causes a lot of shedding of hair. Recently, I tried the Mamaearth’s shampoo and conditioner duo which I believe was the part of their Anti-Hair Fall kit which is priced at INR 999. The kit intrigued me a lot and I’m glad I got to try out two products from that kit so that I don’t end up spending a thousand bucks. If you’re wondering how these products fared for me, stay tuned and keep on reading! 

Happy Heads Shampoo – Biotin, Horse Chestnut and Amla

Hi! I am Mamaearth’s Happy Heads Shampoo. I gently cleanse and promote healthy scalp and hair by removing the built up residue from scalp. I have Bhringraj & Amla for hair nourishment and Biotin which makes hair thick. I am free from harmful chemicals like SLS, parabens, phthalate, dyes and artificial fragrance. Use me for clean and healthy scalp by deeply nourishing your hair from roots to tips.

Key Ingredients:
Aqua, Glycerine, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Lactic Acid, Olive Leaf Extract, Horse Chestnut Extract, Sodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Linoleic Acid, Biotin, Potassium Sorbate, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Amla Fruit Powder Extract, Bhringraj Powder Extract, Clay Sage Essential Oil, Lavender Essential Oil and Orange Essential Oil.

Phthalates Free/ Dye Free/ Paraben Free/ SLS Free

❤Does Gentle Cleansing
❤Provides Scalp Nourishment
❤Endowed with No Harmful Chemicals
❤Contains No Sulfates
❤Dermatologically Tested
❤Suitable for All Hair Types

Net Weight: 200 ml

Price: INR 349

Suggested Use:
Gently massage shampoo into wet hair and scalp with fingertips to work into lather, leave in for 2 minutes to allow for deep penetration and full absorptions. Rinse thoroughly.

My Take on Mamaearth Happy Heads Shampoo:
When I first received the shampoo and conditioner duo, I was pretty happy after reading the label and complete ingredient list. Moreover, the name of the shampoo ‘Happy Heads’ appeared quite intriguing. The image on the bottle of long haired animation, reminds me of Disney’s Tangle movie. Before reviewing this duo, I tried it several times in different circumstances to figure out how it works best for my hair. My hair type is straight as well as thin which may get slight wavy at the ends and the scalp is almost oily, especially in summers. In winters, I still need to wash my hair on the second or third day itself. The happy heads shampoo has no colour and apparently it is a clarified shampoo. I take more than two pumps as it does not lather or spread quite easily, owing to the fact that it isn’t SLS based. The shampoo alone may make your hair slightly frizzy if you skip upon a conditioner. Just a shampoo did not turn my hair soft or smooth and a conditioner is a must! I like to keep the shampoo on my head for a minute or two, as mentioned on the packaging, after which i rinse it off with lukewarm or normal water.

No More Tangles Conditioner – Milk Protein, Cocoa Butter & Fenugreek

Net Weight: 200 ml

Price: INR 349

My Take on Mamaearth No More Tangles Conditioner:
In summers, I ditch upon my conditioner as my hair are fine and thin which makes them lack a lot of volume once I condition them. But since summers are not here yet, I gave this conditioner a try. It smells amazingly well and has a milky white colour with a slightly creamy texture. In comparison to other quite hydrating conditioners, this one does not weigh down my hair. Although, sometimes I feel it does make my hair frizzy if I don’t apply a generous amount. This was also the case with my Inatur’s conditioner. It’s a perfect conditioner for someone who has an oily scalp and would want a not-so-moisturizing conditioner for summers. In winters I’d probably not use this conditioner until and unless I feel like to switch from the conditioner that I’m using currently. Do I immensely love this? No, it’s probably an average conditioner for me, nothing too great or fancy.

Overall Rating: 3.7 (as a combo)

Would I like to repurchase it?

Probably not the shampoo and conditioner but some other skincare item like their under-eye cream or face mask. 

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