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I tried Indian Himalayan shampoo!



Are you wondering what Indian shampoo is like?

Aren't overseas products not suitable for people who Japan because the ingredients are harsh? It seems that there are many people who think that.

I would like to introduce the Himalayan shampoo that was good to use when Tsumiko came to India.

Actually, I was interested in it before I came to India, and I knew the name and was interested, so I bought a few and tried them.

I hope it will be of some help.

What is the Himalayas?

It is an Indian company based in Bangalore, Kartanaka, India.

We sell nearly 500 products not only in India, but also in the Americas, Asia and more than 100 countries around the world. (It's strange that it's not in Japan、、、)

We manufacture and sell healthcare products containing Ayurvedic ingredients.

In addition to shampoos, there are many facial cleansing foams, creams, and baby care products.

It seems to be the vision of the Himalayas to bring health and joy to every home through science-based herbal solutions.

What are the types?

As far as I searched on the Himalayan website, there were 5 types.

It's nice to be able to use them differently depending on the purpose.

When I first bought it, I thought the flowers on the package were pink and cute, so I bought a hair loss prevention without doing any particular research (laughs)

Please be careful when purchasing.

The five types are:

  • 【Anti-Hair Fall】Hair Loss Prevention
  • 【Anti-Dandruff】Dandruff prevention
  • 【Gentle-Daily Care Protein】For everyday use
  • 【Damage-Repair Protein】for damage care
  • 【Dryness-Defense Protein】Dryness-Prevention

What is the price? What is the size?

The price depends on the type and size.

It is about Rs 75 ~ Rs 1,350 from the bottom.

If it is Japan yen, it is about 110 yen ~ 2,000 yen.

Also, the Indian version of Amazon offers discounts, so you can get it cheaper.

In addition, the price of shampoo and conditioner is different.

The conditioner is slightly more expensive.

In India, there was no culture of using conditioners, and oil was the mainstream, so there are often few types because they have come out recently.

In that respect, the Himalayas are good because they are properly in the set.

However, since there is no large-capacity type of conditioner, you can basically only find 100 ml or 200 ml.

The shampoo size is 100ml/200ml/400ml/700ml/1L.

How comfortable is it to use?

I actually used three types:

[Anti-Hair Fall], [Gentle-Daily Care Protein], and [Damage-Repair Protein].

All of them have good shampoo foaming.

The conditioner has a light texture and is refreshing even when applied to the hair.

I thought it might be a little suitable for those who like moist and heavy textures.

However, I thought that the washing was a little squeaky and similar to the feeling of washing with soap.

On the other hand, my husband said that it was good because it didn't foam much and the wash was refreshing.

By the way, one of the most recommended is [Damage-Repair Protein].

The feeling of use is as mentioned above, but when you use a dryer, your hair becomes smooth!!!

Moreover, even if I didn't apply hair oil, it became smooth.

As expected, I thought that it was written that it was effective for damage.

What is the scent?

It has an organic flower and herb scent.

Overall, I think it's a little sweet scent.

I will list the three types of scents that I have tried.

【Anti-Hair Fall】
Bhringaraja herb included.

It smelled the best. It was not too sweet and was healed by the rose-like scent.

The scent was not so strong, so I think it can be used by both men and women.

【Gentle-Daily Care Protein】
It contained chickpea beans called Chickpea, and it smelled like my mother's basic cosmetics (laughs)

[Damage-Repair Protein]
It contained yarrow called Yarrow, and it smelled like chamomile sweetened a little.

None of them have such a strong scent, so they are easy to use for both men and women.

If you like a refreshing scent like menthol, I think it won't suit you.

At last

I'm used to using Japan shampoos and conditioners on a regular basis, so when I use the Himalayas for the first time, I think it feels light and a little unsatisfactory.

However, the price is cheap and there are many types, so I think it is worth a try.

If you're in Japan, you can't feel free to try Ayurveda、、、。

I also purchased Himalayan facial cleansing foam and cream, so I would like to summarize it in another article.


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