A few days ago I received a lovely package from Sunsilk which contained their Natural Recharge Shampoo and Conditioner. I was excited to try it out, and immediately started off using the products on my hair.

Sunsilk claims that their new Natural Recharge Shampoo and Conditioner are co-created with Jamal Hammadi, who is an expert at working with natural ingredients. The key ingredient in both the shampoo and the conditioner is Ginseng root and oil, which is a natural recharging agent. Ginseng root has been known to vitalize and refresh, and using it on your hair is bound to have similar effect.

The Shampoo and Conditioner I received were 180 ml. and 80 ml. respectively. Sunsilk has reasonably priced the shampoo at 132/- and the conditioner at 64/- respectively.

 
My hair is considerably tortured, thanks to the amount of traveling I do every day. I am consistently pestered with issues like split ends, dry and rough hair, dandruff, and itchy scalp. When I started using Sunsilk Natural Recharge Shampoo and Conditioner, I had no expectations, therefore.

The packaging of both shampoo and conditioner is in white and green, which indicates the “natural” factor in them, and goes nicely with the theme.

The shampoo is a pale shade of silvery white, with a touch of green in it, and I need about a coil size amount on my hair to lather up. It cleans my hair pretty nicely, and I generally follow it up with the conditioner. I generally use a small amount of the conditioner on the length of my hair, avoiding the scalp. The conditioner is pretty thick, and is slightly more difficult to spread than the rest, but I like massaging it onto my scalp since it has a nice smell. After 1 minute, I wash my hair thoroughly before towel drying it, and allowing it to dry naturally.

I must say, my hair looks and feels quite good afterwards. I have naturally curly hair, and currently, my hair looks well-nourished, and happy.

Disclaimer: Poorna Banerjee received a package from Sunsilk courtesy Indiblogger. Her opinion is honest and unbiased.

Written by Poorna Banerjee

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