So I have been using this shampoo since sometime now. And I have good experience with it when taken in huge amount. Like a dollop, or cleaning the hair twice helps but otherwise the scalp, in case you have oiled it thoroughly a day before, feels really oily even after washing. I used bhrigraj tel and somehow on dry hair the shampoo works But when it comes to oily hair(I have inherently oily scalp with dried frizz) this shampoo isn't as good as some others I have tried
I have always wanted to try a foaming face wash and wishcare's products being easy on the pocket plus so much natural and known, I decided to try this out. I have ultra sensitive skin during monsoons and so I was skeptical and I was right. The face wash is mild, really foamy and I love the ingredients but it is giving me acne and the acne isn't subduing. So I will try this out again in next season maybe.
No mineral oils
Suitable for oily, dry, and combination skin types
I have been using a new hair shampoo every month since quite some few years. I like to smell different smells and try out different potions(?) If you may. I loved St botanicas as a brand a lot. First let me hand out the positives: Not too fragrant (I don't like my shampoo to smell like my body wash which means too smelly for me) Second, I love the way it heals and fights itch, dryness and irritation which I absolutely have been trying to find solution for? Eucalyptus Oil With Cooling Peppermint Oil, Hydrating Tea Tree Oil Which Gently Cleanses While Calming Itchy Scalp is my everyday mantra mangoes. The hair feels like it's straight outta a salon which is great for someone who has lived with mediocre looking hair all her life and has not believed in going to salons(Just been there once and I remember I put the most number of stories then that day proclaiming my excitement to get rebound lol) Yes, ever since I gained a few Kgs and went to a dermatologist last year who told me that I might get PCOS or POCD in future because of my lifestyle, and the one thing she mentioned to not get acne or have skin problems was to wash the hair everyday. And I do so everyday. This shampoo doesn't rob me off my privilege to run water, sometimes twice a day. With this COVID, I am more freaky with my hygiene routine.
No mineral oils
Ideal for dandruff-prone, itchy scalp
My mom has joint pain and I have dull skin and hair.. St.Botanica Salmon Fish Oil pills have helped me a lot. We took one pill a day, and even though 2 are recommended. I think 60 pills can go a long way if taken per day. It's best for people like us who have left non-veg long back, and are totally dependent on fish oil pills. I have tried multiple pills of fish oil but St Botanicas stands out due to no smell, and the following attributes- it is loaded with Omega 3 fatty acids to the fullest, is vital for a healthy brain and heart, provides fatty acids essential to support improved brain function, heart and may inhibit plaque formation.
Formulated with molecular distillation
No artificial colors
No fish burps or fishy aftertaste
I had oiled my hair and the next morning after receiving the package, I washed and rinsed my hair, applying St Botanica twice and man.. I absolutely loved the texture of my hair. Didn't even need to condition it afterwards. The hair was smelling great and felt smooth. The Argan plays a great role in preserving essential oils and the shampoo is exactly the kind of change my hair needed. Would recommend it to everyone with fizzy and dull hair. I will try it with no oil and also update the result.
No mineral oils