The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo Review

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The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo Review

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Today, I’m going to review The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo. I used this shampoo long before when I had just started using The Body Shop products. Now again I have picked this up on recommendation by the salesperson in the store. Read onto find out the result.

But, before that do check out my review on The Body Shop Vitamin E Eye Cream. It is very effective on dark circles.

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

Product Description

The shampoo comes in a sleek cylindrical bottle. It claims to have pracaxi oil,  manketti nut oil as well as Honey. It promises to correct dry hair and revive its shine and luster. It does not have sulphates, silicons, parabens and colourants. So, you get a chemicals free hair cleanser.

Direction for Use

Just take little quantity in hand and mix it with water and form lather. Then just apply on hair and scalp and rinse. You will instantly realize the results while washing your hair. Your hair will feel smooth during wash.

Shelf Life

2 years.

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

Price & Quantity

Rs. 795 for 250 ML. If you will use it regularly it would last for a month or so. Again, the quantity depends on your usage.

Hair Type

The shampoo is meant basically for dull and dry hair. It repairs the hair and brings back the lost moisture in it.

Packaging

The shampoo comes in an attractive and sleek cylindrical translucent bottle with a flip open cap. The sticker on the bottle has all the info about the product.

Texture

The shampoo is very light and transparent.

 

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

Key ingredients

Water, Sucrose, Disodium Cocoyl Glutamate, Lauryl Betaine, Laureth-5 CarboxylicAcid, Honey, PEG-55 Propylene Glycol Oleate, Prolylene Glycol, Sodium Chloride, Glycerin, Fragrance, Polyglyceryl-4 Caprate, Sodium Benzoate, Sucrose Laurate, Isopropyl Alchohol, Polyquaternium-6, Salicylic Acid, Citric Acid, Schinziophyton Kautanenii Kernel Oil, Pentaclethra Macroloba Seed Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Tocopherol

Pros of The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo

  • No sulphates, silicones, colourants or parabens, hence a complete chemical free product for the hair
  • Helps in removing oil just in one wash
  • The fragrance is very nice and refreshing
  • It naturally styles the hair 

Cons of The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo

  • Is a little expensive
  • Does not smoothen the hair
  • The hair become greasy the third day of the wash
  • You need to take good quantity for each wash. Sometimes you might have to apply it 2-3 times if hair is very greasy
  • Would give you best results only when used with The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner
  • Sometimes makes the scalp super dry which might cause dandruff
The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

The Body Shop Rainforest Nutrition Shampoo

My Experience with the Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Shampoo

My hair has become every dull lately and have lost all the shine. Even though I do not use much of styling products my hair is damaging day by day. I have tried a lot of shampoos and this one is also one of my experiments. It is working kind of okay on my hair. I mean it does give my hair a little shine and luster but it has not really repaired my hair as it is supposed to be. My hair has definitely become soft and smooth but still I feel something is not right. Also, I have started developing dandruff after using this shampoo. It makes the scalp very dry after every wash. It works little better when used with The Body Shop Rainforest Moisture Conditioner.

Another thing which I have noticed about this shampoo is that makes the hair straight.

Overall, it is okay. There are better shampoos available in the market. From The Body Shop itself you would find a lot of other options.

Rating

3/5

Whether I would recommend this product again:

I don’t think so. If someone wants to try it on her own risk then it’s a different thing. But I would strongly suggest not going for this product.

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About Author

Pranshuta is from Jaipur, Rajasthan. She is a Marketing Executive by profession and a fashion blogger by passion. She did her MBA in Marketing and has been working in the corporate sector along with satisfying her creative instinct for writing through blogging since past few years. Her hobbies include writing, shopping, sleeping and eating. She loves to travel and keeps experimenting with new looks and clothes. She is not too much of a makeup person but likes to wear it every now and then. She has a combination and a very delicate skin and that’s why she chooses her cosmetics and skin care products very carefully.