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REVIEW: Sunsilk Natural Recharge Strong & Abundant Shampoo & Conditioner With Ginseng Root & Oil

Sunsilk Natural Recharge Strong And Abundant With Ginseg Root & Oil


Review of Sunsilk Natural Recharge Strong & Abundant Shampoo & Conditioner

My this year's secret quest (not a secret anymore) is to find some fabulous drugstore products that can give premium/hi-street brands a run for their money. A long shot you say? I say it'll be difficult but not impossible :) Of course I am really curious to find out if I can get myself a drugstore foundation that will make me give up my MAC Face & Body Foundation. But then I'll need to go through 2014 to actually find that out... 

This post however is about Sunsilk Natural Recharge Strong & Abundant Range of Shampoos and Conditioners (with Ginseng Root & Oil) that has ousted my favorite TBS Banana Shampoo and Conditioner from my bathroom already... Don't get me wrong, the yummy smell of TBS Banana is something that'll never fail to make me swoon, however the Sunsilk shampoo and conditioner is something that has everything I need from a shampoo :)

Now seriously, for those of you who are against SLS and parabens and the like may stop reading right now. I honestly do not care about SLS and parabens... All I want from my shampoo and conditioner is a fresh smell, shouldn't make my hair dry and frizzy, shouldn't increase the rate of my hair fall, should make my hair soft to touch and shouldn't make my scalp oily and give rise to those yuck wet dandruff thingies...

The new Sunsilk Natural Recharge range does all that and more :) Using it continuously for 3 weeks has reduced my hair fall. Even my maid commented today in the morning saying didi tumahre baal aaj kal kum girte hai, pehele jhaadu lagate hue bahut milte the... Ha ha ha you get the drift!

Price of Sunsilk Natural Recharge Shampoo & Conditioner

Shampoo: INR 219/- for 240 ml
Conditioner: INR 64/- for 80 ml

The shampoo-conditioner duo smells awesome, cleans well and yet my hair doesn't feel dry or frizzy. It leaves me feeling fresh and my scalp has stopped getting oily...
I have honestly pushed my favorite TBS Banana shampoo and conditioner to one corner and my new love is this amazing drugstore find called Sunsilk Natural Recharge Range (Strong & Abundant) with Ginseng Root & Oil!

The shampoo is Paraben free btw, however it does contain SLS and silicones.

If you are like me and love a shampoo if it makes your hair smooth, doesn't dry your hair and don't care much about SLS and silicones, then you must give this range a shot.

P.S. Product received as a PR sample. However, as always my review is honest and unbiased


  1. i have to try this now asap!! thanks for the review :)

  2. I need to try this soon now!!

  3. I have tried this Shampoo along L'Oreal Paris 6 Oil Nourish Conditioner and my hair feels awesome.

  4. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wished to say that I've really enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. In any case I'll be subscribing to your rss feed and I hope you write again soon!


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