You might have noticed that I review a lot of hair care products. It is only because I have witnessed that people who are blessed with long healthy tresses don’t bother much about their hair. But people who are really cursed, or I may say not so lucky about hair, take care of their hair like anything. And sadly, nothing works.
The same is the story with me. Trust me, I have tried several herbal hair packs and all. But none of them made any remarkable improvement in my hair volume or hair texture. So, I decided to focus on another hair issue which is dehydrated hair. I started regularly oiling my hair with Biotique Bhringraj Hair Oil once every two days. So, in that way, I needed shampoos too. My shampoo usage increased substantially.
So, I always keep on hunting for some new shampoos to try around. I have tried a number of shampoos from different brands. I have tried both drug stores and premium brands to date. And most of them have not caused any side effects on my hair. Recently I got a sample of Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo, and here follows the review. Read along to know if the shampoo is worth your tresses or not.
About the Product:
Wella presents a Sulfate-free shampoo that deeply nourishes, repairs, and protects damaged, dull hair. This professional hair care product provides maximum keratin protection thanks to the ‘NuTREE complex,’ with natural tree extracts. Wella’s first “free of” shampoo renews the hair’s moisture, preserving and nourishing it from root to tip.
- Renews the moisture of the hair.
- Repairs and nourishes hair from root to tip.
- Free from Sulphates, Parabens, and artificial colorants.
- Ideal for damaged hair.
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Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo Review
This sample-sized shampoo from Wella comes in the form of a tube. The tube is compact in size and very light, and easy to be carried around. The tube is white and light green in color and has all the packaging and product claim details. The tube has a screw lid at the top, which needs to be twisted to get the product out. If you squeeze the bottle a bit, then the shampoo will come out.
The shampoo is white and creamy in texture. It is thick, so you need to dilute it well with water to get the desired consistency. Only after diluting the shampoo can you spread it easily on your hair. The shampoo lathers richly, so that is not an issue. Once you have applied the shampoo let it sit for some time say 5-7 minutes. Now, after that, wash it off with normal water.
Since the shampoo has a number of natural ingredients, so you will realize that it has a cooling sensation on your scalp, not to forget it really cleanses your hair. It keeps your scalp squeaky clean. Also, after using this shampoo, I did not witness any unusual hair fall. Another bonus with this shampoo is that it didn’t make my hair dry rather than it moisturized it.
Also, price-wise you require a tiny amount per usage. So, a single tube of shampoo will last you pretty long enough. On my medium-length hair and 2-3 times applications per week, this shampoo will easily last you for 2 months approx. This shampoo does not have any disturbing aroma. So, sensitive noses need not worry.
Along with the shampoo, I’m also using Elements Renewing Mask by Wella Professionals, which hydrates my hair most gently. You can check out my review of it here.
Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo
For me, this shampoo worked remarkably well. I loved using it. It didn’t make my hair fall again and also maintained the health and ensured that it is bouncy at the same time. I feel it is a must try for dehydrated and thin hair as it will add extra shine and bounce your hair.
What are your views on Wella Professionals Elements Renewing Shampoo? Which shampoo works for you? Let us know! 🙂