Remember those natural hair care packs by our grandmoms using herbs, it’s tough to find all the ingredients and replicate such hair packs. Not Anymore though! Natural hair packs are a great way to nourish your scalp and get a mild scrubbing for your hair follicles too.
Hair Care Routine
Combination of herbs like Amla, Hena, Indigo and Hibiscus has been known to be beneficial for hair for decades now. Deyga’s natural hair care products are a complete match of the age old hair remedy that has been prepared using some potent natural herbs and the products are completely eco-friendly, sustainable and vegan. The products smells purely like the herbs used and not too strong to tolerate. Loved the texture of the hair pack after mixing with some curd and lemon.
Natural Hair Pack
Ingredients and Pricing: The hair pack contains natural ingredients like Amla, Hena, Indigo, Hibiscus, Moringa, Aloe and Cassia. It claims to nourish scalp, condition hair and promote hair growth.
Price: 450 INR / 200 gm
Usage: You can use it with curd and lemon or egg alternatively. I used it with curd and lemon, so as to avoid the smell of egg. Curd acts as a natural conditioner and lemon is great to clean scalp and unclog hair follicles. Best way to apply the pack is in clean hair by portioning hair shafts, and then it has to be left for atleast 30 minutes. After application my hair felt softer, and there was a nice sheen. Post that I washed my hair with Deyga’s shampoo bar to complete my hair care routine, and it left my hair clean and nourished.
Shampoo bars are eco-friendly option and are free from any chemicals. They are a great addition to your hair care and is an eco-friendly alternative of shampoo bottles. But switching from your regular shampoo to a shampoo bar will take you sometime. But it performs very similar to a liquid shampoo and lathers pretty well. I have already reviewed some of the other clean and natural haircare products by Deyga and you must check it out here.
Coconut Shampoo Bar
Ingredients and Pricing: Coming to the Shampoo bar, it contains Coconut Oil, Coconut Milk, Soapnut, Amla, Shikakai, and Bhringraj. The formulation is extremely mild on hair and is free from parabens and sulphates. Soapnut (also known as Reetha) and Shikakai is rich in Saponin and acts as a cleansing agent for hair. Both of these are natural agents and doesn’t strip of natural oils of hair.
Coming to coconut oil, it acts as a natural conditioner and makes hair smooth and shiny while the coconut milk tends to make hair soft and frizz free, and it also works on split ends. For using, you need to wet your hair first and then lather the bar in hands or rub it directly from scalp to ends.
Price: 390 INR / 1Bar
With Deyga’s shampoo bar, I felt it’s good for people having dry hair and it acts as a shampoo and conditioner both. Moisturizes the hair pretty well, and cleans your scalp too. The only con I found is that it doesn’t give you the squeaky clean feeling a liquid shampoo can give but does a great job otherwise. Best for regular use, and not to wash off heavily oiled hair. Overall I feel it’s a good one to switch and one bar lasts for a long time.
Have you tried a shampoo bar yet? What are your thoughts on it? If not you should give this a shot. And the hair pack is a great one if you love the feel of a natural product within budget.