The Body Shop Fuji Green Tea Refreshingly Purifying Cleansing Hair Scrub is priced at INR 1995/- for 240 ml and available at The Body Shop counters and online.
I have never really used a hair scrub before, but I checked the labels and it states that you do need to use a conditioner afterwards (and I did). I have been using the scrub and the shampoo for a few weeks now, and the result is interesting.
What the brand about The Body Shop Fuji Green Tea™ Refreshingly Purifying Cleansing Hair Scrub
Introducing a new, nature-inspired approach to haircare, our invigorating scrub shampoo blends Japanese green tea, mint menthol, salt crystals and Community Trade honey from Ethiopia. Massage onto the scalp to help stimulate blood flow and whisk away impurities like dust, smoke, sweat and styling residue. This purifying scrub will make your scalp feel instantly refreshed, help reduce build-up on hair and leave you feeling revitalised with a healthy-looking shine.
- For normal to oily hair and scalp
- Gently massage to remove impurities and reduce build-up on hair
- Hair feels clean and purified with a healthy-looking shine
- Enriched with Japanese green tea and Community Trade honey from Ethiopia
- 100% vegetarian
- Formulated without silicones
- Scrub shampoo
My Take after Using The Body Shop Fuji Green Tea™ Refreshingly Purifying Cleansing Hair Scrub
A Brief Comparison of the Fuji Green Tea Scrub and Shampoo
I used the scrub for two weeks and then switched to the shampoo. At 695/- for 250 ml., The Body Shop Fuji Green Tea Refreshingly Purifying Shampoo is a good shampoo for normal to oily hair, as it seemed to me, and it does a good job cleaning up my scalp and leaving my hair soft. But, the scrub sort of leaves me with a feeling of really squeaky clean hair, and that’s sort of inimitable, and so, if I have to cast my vote, it would definitely be for the scrub. You need it less, its great for cleaning up your scalp, and it doesn’t dry your hair out.
Disclaimer: PR Sample provided by the brand.