Are khadi shampoos really without chemicals

Khadi Amla Shampoo in the test: 100% natural for shiny hair (sulfate-free & silicone-free)

Today there’s my experience with Ayurvedic Khadi Amla Shampoo. And that is about time, because a natural one Shampoo without sulfates and without silicone (i.e. without aggressive substances) is not as easy to find as you might think. Often there is one or the other substance hidden in natural cosmetics that one would rather do without. That's why I'm all the more grateful to have discovered this wonderful shampoo about 2 years ago. It completely dispenses with all questionable ingredients, such as sulfates, alcohol, silicones, parabens, strengthens the hair roots, supports hair growth and prevents hair breakage.

Ayurvedic ingredients for wonderful hair!

Many people only realize how important good ingredients are in shampoo when they have serious problems with their hair, their hair structure or even hair loss. But it is also worth taking a look at the small print beforehand! My motto: the more natural the better!

The Khadi Amla Shampoo fulfills all my wishes for a good shampoo: It is certified natural cosmetics, bears the BDHI seal and transforms my stubborn hair into a voluminous dream mane.

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Above all, the ingredients are impressive:

INCI: Aqua • Coco Glucoside • Lauryl Glucoside • Glycerin • Sodium PCA • Emblica Officinalis (Amla) ** • Ocimum Sanctum (Tulsi) ** • Sodium Cocoyl Glutamate • Eclipta Alba (Bhringaraj) ** • Lawsonia Inermis ** • Bacopa Monniera (Brahmi) ** • Sapindus Mukurossi ** • Acacia Concinna (Shikakai) ** • Azadirachta Indica (Neem) ** • Aloe Barbadensis Gel (Aloe Vera) • Cananga Odorata Essential Oil (Ylang Ylang) ** • Coco Glucoside & Glyceryl Oleate • Citric Acid • Oryza Sativa Oil • Hydrolysed Sweet Almond Protein • Hydrolysed Wheat Protein • Xanthan Gum • Zinc PCA • Sodium Levulinate & Potassium Sorbate • Azadirachta Indica Seed Oil • Benzyl Alcohol *, Eugenol *, Iso Eugenol *, Benzyl Salicylate *, Geraniol *, Farnesol *, Linalool *, Benzyl Benzoate *

* Part of nat. essential oils ** from controlled organic cultivation

Advantages of the Khadi Amla shampoo

The sulfate-free & silicone-free khadi Amla Shampoo convinces with many great effects. Here is a list of pluses:

  • Ayurvedic processing of fresh herbs
  • Skin-friendly natural surfactants
  • Effective proteins improve the hair structure
  • Zinc prevents dandruff
  • Neem oil has an antibacterial effect
  • Rice germ oil for suppleness
  • Aloe Vera provides moisture
  • Essential oils tone the scalp
  • Sulphate-free / without sulphates
  • Without alcohol
  • No artificial colors
  • Silicone-free / Without silicone
  • Without paraffin + mineral oil
  • Without perfume
  • No animal testing (!)

The special feature: a low pH value in the shampoo

The special thing about this shampoo is the low pH value of only 4.5. This means that this shampoo is more acidic than water (pH 7). It turns your hair wash into an “acidic rinse”. With a classic acidic rinse, the hair is doused with a slightly acidic liquid (usually water and vinegar). The acidity of the vinegar (or in our case the shampoo) closes the cuticle of the hair and gives it a really wonderful shine.

Packaging, consistency and smell of the sulfate-free & silicone-free khadi Amla Shampoo

The Khadi Amla Shampoo comes in red packaging. The shampoo bottle is dark in order to better protect the contents from the influence of light. The consistency of the shampoo takes some getting used to. The dark brown gel has about the same consistency as hair gel. The aroma of the ylang ylang flower can also be a deterrent for some. Especially if you rarely come into contact with Indian herbs and smells. I also had to get used to the smell first. After a few washes of my hair, however, I liked the aroma more and more and now I LOVE the scent of this shampoo.

Use of the Ayurvedic Khadi Amla shampoo

The application of theKhadi Amla Shampoo is by and large no different from other shampoos. However, there are a few small things you should keep in mind: The shampoo is best distributed on wet hair. It foams relatively little, but actually quite decent for natural cosmetics. Especially at the beginning there can be some problems when distributing it, as the gel takes a bit of getting used to. Here it is advisable to simply take a little too much rather than too little shampoo. The result is also better if you rinse with cold water at the end of the hair wash. This closes the cuticle of the hair more effectively and the shine is increased.

Tip: The shampoo is easier to apply if you wash your hair separately from your body. With your head bent over the bathtub or shower, the gel can be spread more effectively all over the scalp. It also saves water.

My experience and results with the Khadi Amla Shampoo

The first use of the Khadi Amla Shampoo was a bit strange for me. The hair feeling after the first wash was also strange. Unlike other shampoos, the Khadi Shampoo leaves the hair relatively hard and stubborn. Only after the hair has been dried can the result be correctly assessed. In my case, I could look forward to a great, voluminous mane, which also looked very well-groomed and not at all frizzy. This shampoo also significantly reduced my hair loss from the first use.

CONCLUSION: ThatKhadi Amla Shampoo is a direct hit if you can and want to get involved with alternative shampoos. The ingredients are to die for! It doesn't feel particularly caring to use, but it really conjures up a great result. Especially in connection with the Khadi Amla hair oil gives it incredible shine.

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I can recommend the shampoo to anyone who is open to alternative smells and cosmetics. It really added to my hair routine. The package says it's mild enough for everyday use, but I wouldn't advise anyone to wash their hair every day. In addition, I have made the experience that a regular change of the shampoo can be very positive for the hair structure. I use the shampoo again and again from time to time and I look forward to the great effect every time.

♡ Cocoppery

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