Garnier Ultra Blends Revitalizing 5 Precious Herbs Shampoo & Conditioner | Review

Garnier Ultra Blends Revitalizing 5 Herbs Shampoo & Conditioner

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Hope you all are doing well. A month ago I got four sets of Garnier Ultra Blend shampoo and conditioner just because they were available in smaller size :P. Till I get the last set, I am planning to try all these four that I have now and share my experience with you so that you do not have to worry about deciding. I have used up the Revitalizing 5 precious Herbs Shampoo & Conditioner recently, hence I am ready to share why you should not buy this set.

Garnier Ultra Blend

The story began in France in 1982, with the launch of Ultra Doux meaning “Ultra Soft”. Over 3 decades, Garnier Ultra Doux becomes an icon of naturally beautiful hair. In 2014, they decided to move to Eastern countries. They invested two years into rigorous research in finding the blends that would best suit the Indian consumer and finally in 2016, Garnier Ultra Blends launches in India with 5 loving blends made for Indian hair.

The Philosophy

  1. Precious Natural Ingredients blended with Love
  2. Tailor-Made for each Hair Type
  3. Extra Gentle Formula with No Parabens
  4. Naturally beautiful hair Full of Life

Claims made by 5 Precious Herbs Ultra BlendGarnier Ultra Blends Revitalizing 5 Herbs Shampoo & Conditioner

A blend that combines the best of nature to detoxify the scalp and give hair that is full of life. This blend contains 5 herbs namely, Green Tea, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Aloe, and Henna.

Green Tea: Adopted from Chinese culture, green tea stimulates micro-circulation and fights toxins to tone, revitalize and fight inflammation.

Eucalyptus: Traditionally originating from Australia, this wood-scented oil has been used medicinally for many centuries. Its oil has incredible healing properties to refresh hair and skin.

Lemon: The zesty freshness of lemon and its aromatic oil leaves hair feeling revitalized and enhances natural shine.

Aloe: This succulent plant provides the much-needed moisture to revitalize the scalp and hair

Henna: Pure Henna is known for its deep conditioning and nourishing power that infuses life into dull and dry locks

Price & Availability

They are extensively available in both departmental/beauty stores and online websites. You can get it from Amazon and Nykaa.

Shampoo                  Conditioner

75 ml – ₹ 55              75 ml – ₹ 75

175 ml – ₹ 120          175 ml – ₹ 170

Packaging, Fragrance & Texture

Both shampoo and conditioner come in the simple light green plastic bottle with golden cap, which has leaf engraved on it. Most of the information is mentioned on the bottle itself. The bottles have fallen from my hands, but haven’t experienced any spills so far. So it is good to say that, they are sturdy and the small size is travel-friendly too.

They have an herb and lemony scent which does not linger for much time. The fragrance is not irritatingly strong. It was calming for me. The texture of the shampoo and conditioner is on the thinner side. The shampoo lathers well as it contains SLS.

My Experience with Shampoo & Conditioner

I tried to give the best information that I could gather in the above sections so that you do not have to go around searching in Google wasting time. But I will be truly honest and frank in this section as this is all about my experience.

I have oily scalp and dry (bit frizzy) hair. Long back, I had a dandruff issue which has been in control for months now. You can check how I got rid of dandruff, here. I was really excited about the whole range from Garnier, this time. Well, let’s see what happened.

First up is the shampoo. As I mentioned before that it lathers well. But you will need more shampoo if you have applied oil to your hair. What it does is do is the cleansing of all the dirt and oils from your hair. It does give a refreshing feeling which is mainly due to the fresh herb like scent that it has.

Using conditioner is a must for me. Given my frizzy hair, it will be a sin to skip the conditioner. The conditioner is on the thinner side. But I found the conditioner to be a bit better than the shampoo. It gets rinsed easily, leaving my hair smooth. The effect will last for maximum 2 days. Do not expect more.

The two most concerning things that happened to me were hair fall and dandruff. I had hair fall during the washing time. This is not too common for me as my hair does not really tangles much and I do untangle my hair before washing it. I did not have hair fall problem as well. The scalp started getting oily on the 3rd day (the place I live has no pollution and has a healthy atmosphere) and I saw dandruff on my scalp.

That was enough for me to stop using both of the Ultra Blend Revitalizing Shampoo & Conditioner because they just brought chaos and nothing else. It did clean my hair to a bit (that is the basic work of a shampoo) and made my hair manageable for 2 days. There was nothing special.

Pros
  1. No Parabens
  2. Availability & Affordable
  3. Travel Friendly
  4. Fresh Fragrance
  5. Basic Cleansing
Cons
  1. Short Lived Effects
  2. Hair Fall
  3. Conditioner is Must for Frizzy Hair
  4. Not for Oily Scalp
Conclusion

Neither I have damaged hair. Nor I use heating tools every day. I just have oily scalp and frizzy hair (due to my genes). The Garnier Ultra Blends Revitalizing Shampoo & Conditioner did nothing to stand out or improve my hair condition. I am not happy and, I do not want you to waste your precious money on it. After so much torture, I have given my hair a bit of rest before trying the rest of the collection. Wish me Luck.


And that’s a wrap. The review is inspired by my personal experience and so it was a bit long post. I tried to be as informative as I could. If you still have doubts then do comment below. I would love to be of any help.

One last thing, I would be ever grateful for your support in sharing this around, so feel free to hit the buttons below to share on various channels. Big Thanks!Love Nilakshi

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