Thursday, October 6, 2016

Himalaya Herbals Anti Hair Fall Cream- Review

Hello beauties!

I am back. I was not able to update the blog in a long time because I was busy with work and wasn’t getting time to write but now I am back to post regularly (hopefully).
Whenever my work schedule gets hectic or I have my exams or whenever I am stressed for any reason my hair start falling and the same is happening right now.
I was quite happy with my existing hair care routine which I shared here but then I noticed my hair are getting thinner. At first I thought I don’t need to do much about it as I usually have hair fall during this time of the year but then one day I saw this himalaya herbals anti- hair fall cream and decided to give it a go.


Himalaya herbals is a well known Indian brand.It was my first experience with this brand but I have read great things about this brand on many Indian blogs so I was really excited to try this out.

Usage:
As per instructions it should be used twice a day, once at night and second after hair wash on damp hair but it is so oily that I never got the courage to use it on my washed hair. I just use it before going to bed and leave it overnight and then wash it off in the morning.


Packaging:
It comes in a 140 ml white plastic tub with a green lid. The quality of plastic is not very good but not bad either, it’s pretty average with green and red printing.

Smell:
It smells like most Indian hair oils which contain Amla, the smell is strong but not unbearable for me. It bothers me when I apply but I adjust to it after a few minutes.

Texture:
The consistency is creamy neither thick nor too runny so it’s easy to apply and massage onto hair and scalp. I massage a generous amount on to my scalp and brush it through my hair so it spreads evenly.

Result:
Now comes the most important part i.e. whether the cream actually lives up to its claim or not.
It makes my hair soft and they feel more hydrated and moisturized after I wash it off so I like it for that but even after using it for a month I didn’t see any reduction in hair fall so it was a miss in this respect.
The tub contains 140 ml but a generous amount is needed to be applied so I don’t think it would last more than 10-12 applications.

Availability and price:
The Himalaya herbals products are available on daraz.pk but I did not find this hair cream there. I got mine from a local grocery store for Rs.285/-.

That’s it for today…
 I’ll be back soon till then take care
Bubyee…