Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair Wash: To buy or not to buy?

Since winter is here, my hair fall issues have just fired up once again! After a wash, it looks like my bathroom has more hair than what I have. Naturally, I had really high

Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair Wash Review
Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair Wash
hopes from Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair wash, since Kama Ayurveda's
Brigandi is working fairly well for me. ( Reminds me, I need to use it more often).

On my first use, I had several reactions: The scent was that of pure lavender of which I am not the biggest fan. On first wash, I didn't dilute. The shampoo did not lather very well either.
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Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair Wash


On the second wash, it lathered really well and I was left with clean hair; but here is the catch, my hair was left very dry and tangled as well. Since, I didn't have a conditioner from the brand to accompany that, I used my regular conditioners, and they took care.
Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair Wash| Shampoo witsh Natural ingredients
Kama Ayurveda Lavender Patchouli Hair Wash


Eventually, I noticed, every time I used the shampoo, it lathered well when diluted in water and in the second wash.

A 50 ml travel-size bottle gave me about 7 washes. So, I don't think replacing it for your regular hair wash would not be the best idea.


By the way, it did not irritate my already irritated scalp. I have seborrheic dermatisis.

Did I notice anything extraordinary which would want me to go out and repurchase it? No.

Verdict: It's an average hair wash, provided you have oiled your hair with some light oil and follow up with a conditioner.



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