Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hair Fall Cream Review


I am fan of Himalaya Herbals products and have used many products from their collection specially body lotions and face washes. In winter I use Himalaya Herbals lip balm too that keeps my lips moisturising and hydrating. Today I am reviewing Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hair Fall Cream(Rs. 100) which I got last month from More that’s grocery shop in India. Himalaya Herbals have three different hair creams – Anti-Hair Fall Cream, Protein Hair Cream and Anti-Dandruff Hair Cream. Actually I wanted to try Protein Hair Cream but it was not available in shop that day so I got Anti-Hair Fall one. I am not going through heavy hair fall currently but yes my hair does fall during hair wash and when I comb which is I think normal? So I thought why not to try this to see if it really works.

Himalaya’s Anti-Hair Fall Cream is a unique, daily-use formula which reduces hair fall and strengthens hair follicles. The goodness of essential herbs like Bhringaraja and Amla nourish hair from the roots, help reduce hair fall, improve hair growth, and strengthen hair follicles. Bhringaraja is rich in phytochemicals like eclalbosaponins and wedelolactone which help promote hair growth and strengthen the hair root, and keeping hair healthy. Amla, a natural hair tonic used extensively in Ayurveda, is an effective ingredient for treating the hair and scalp. It is a rich source of Vitamin C and polyphenols. Amla helps maintain hair color, delays premature greying and supports the strength of hair follicles. Massage Anti-Hair Fall Cream gently into the scalp using a circular motion. Use regularly before and after shampooing to reduce hair fall and maintain healthy hair.

The Himalaya Herbals Anti-hair Fall Cream comes in tub packaging, similar to the other creams from Himalaya. A thin foil inside the tub prevents any kind of pathogen formation. The cap closes well, avoiding product leakage. The packaging is sturdy and travel-friendly. The only concern with the product is its tub packaging. It is unhygienic to dip your fingers each time for application. The Himalaya Anti-hair Fall Cream is milk white in colour. The consistency is very creamy. I also like the floral kind scent of this hair cream and it lingers on hair for quite some time.

I have been using this hair cream since last 4 weeks before and after hair wash. It spreads easily on dry hair too but I like to wet my hair and then apply cream so it distributes evenly on hair. I keep it for like 30 minutes on hair then wash hair with regular shampoo. I feel like I don’t need conditioner after using this cream as it makes my hair really soft and smooth. I use this cream after hair wash too on wet hair from root to tip. I gently massage it into the scalp in circular motions and I spend good 10 minutes massaging it into hair. I find that using this cream after shampoo makes my hair bit greasy so I wash my hair next day again. If I am going outside then I skip it after shampoo. I also tried keep this hair cream on overnight and wash hair in the morning. It nourishes hair and make them look more silky, soft and healthier. As I said earlier I am not going through heavy hair fall so I cannot comment if it reduces the hair fall completely but it definitely reduces the hair fall problem only to a certain extent. It did not cause any allergic reactions to me.

This Anti Hair Fall Cream contains parabens too which not good for hair. Otherwise it is budget friendly hair cream that nourishes the hair well and also reduce hair fall to a certain extent. If you have frizzy dry hair then you may want to try this hair cream for extra conditioning and nourishing your hair. People with oily scalp can use this anti hair fall cream before shampooing as after shampoo it would make scalp more oiler.

You can buy Himalaya Herbals Anti-Hair Fall Cream and other Himalaya Herbals products from here. In my previous post I have also reviewed Himalaya Herbals Cocoa Butter Intensive Body Lotion which you can find here.

Thank you,

SilkyResh

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