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REVIEW: Aaranya Honey Moisturising Shampoo


Review of Aaranya Honey Moisturising Shampoo

Guest Post By: Manu

A good, different, uncommon name is always like a ‘Jingle in your ears’ which definitely draws your attention.  And this shampoo’s name perfectly fits for this phrase. Aaranyaa – a Sanskrit word which historically means green and bountiful forest, so be rest assured to get all the natural ingredients in this product. Ah! What a bliss! It brings me back the memories of my childhood vintage – pure black shampoo with Amla, Shikakai and Methi (fenugreek) seeds. Above all, it also claims to be
moisturizing; it quickly reminded me of the latest post by Suma (giving her view about moisturizing vs hydrating). Bingo!

Aaranyaa is definite to provide the softness to your dull, dry hair. To bring back the lost shine in your hair, this product fairly plays the role. It comes with a mild and woody fragrance, leaving behind the aqua-freshness for your hair to breathe. A slight glitch (at least for me) is that it doesn’t form rich lather.

What Aaranyaa Claims?

The natural shampoo gives a richer and fuller feel to hair. It also provides complete protection to hair from atmospheric pollution, thereby helping growth.

Oooohhsss And Aaaahhhhsss!!!
1. Contains all natural products (Amla, Shikakai, Honey, Green Tea, Bhringraj).
2. Leaves your hair smooth and shiny.
3. Also works as a conditioner to certain extent.
4. Fragrance is very mild but refreshing.
5. Prevents itching on scalp – especially helpful during extreme summers.
6. Against animal testing.

 1. As mentioned, it doesn’t produce rich lather (might be a boon for you).
 2. Needs a 3-times wash (for one sitting) to get the perfect clean hair. Considering I have boy cut, it would definitely take a toll for long hair.

Price of Aaranya Honey Moisturising Shampoo

It costs INR 225/- for a 200 ml.

Not sure; because I am inseparable to Dove – Dryness Care Shampoo.

Would I Recommend?
It should not be missed, if you are looking for a natural and herbal product with moisturizing features.

Overall Rating:

Did you know?
Bhringraj Kohl is used for eye protection (cure for sight problems and bringing the glow to eyes).

 P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.


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