Seriously. In some days I woke up to such nightmares. I have blessed with thick
and wavy hair by birth, but after pregnancy, the scenario has completely changed.
Yes, I admit that I’m not taking that
much care of my hair in comparison to my skin. But I try to follow cleaning, moisturizing
and oiling to my tresses at least twice or thrice in a week. These days I have
been using Anti-hair fall cream by Himalaya for a couple of weeks now. As
Himalaya is always on my wishlist and known as a promising brand, I did not
give a second thought to try this hair cream as soon as I saw it in Big Bazar. So
today I will be sharing my experience with this hair cream with you all.
There is an extra lid under the screw lid to ensure no spillage. Necessary
information is mention on the packaging itself. Overall the packaging is easy
to use and travel with.
It spread on wet hair very easily and also can rinse off quickly and
effortlessly. The cream is white in color and has strong musky sort of fragrance
which lasts for a quite long time. The brand claims that this has a natural extract
of Amla and Bringaraja, though it is not fully chemical free. The formula feels
non-sticky and non-greasy.
shampoo, I used it after washing my hair, put it on as a hair mask. Let the
cream rest for 5-7 minutes and then gave a gentle massage to my hair and scalp and
washed off with plain water. It doesn’t take much effort to rinse off. My hair
feels soft and smooth post-use and looks shiny as well. It instantly detangles my hair once it dried
and also smoothens the fizz to a great extent.
Final verdict: At this price point, all I can say it is a
good option for hair cream or hair mask. It makes hair feel soft, smooth and detangled and doesn’t weigh down hair or feel sticky. So It is quite a nice hair product I
feel for daily usage. I would love to recommend it to my all pretties.