I think everyone knows my hair struggle. I have the most unmanageable, dry, moody and stubborn hair. The struggle is real my friends. Recently I got a call to review Richfeel products. I was happy to review Richfeel brahmi hair pack.
Ingredients: Brahmi powder, amla powder, kapoor kachari powder, glycerine, light liquid paraffin, stearic acid, glyceryl stearate and peg-100, preservatives and distilled water, amodimethicone and trideceth-12 cetrimonium chloride.
My take on Richfeel Brahmi Hair Pack:
These days I go for swimming, so you can imagine what war I am having with my hair. They are super dry and then chlorine water. It has made my hair worst. I can see how it is damaging my hair. But then I have to learn swimming.
I have used Richfeel brahmi hair pack for almost 3 weeks. I really cannot see much difference in my hair texture. The times I used the pack, my hair were a little soft after the wash. Didn’t repair my hair or no miracle happened, if that’s what you want to know.
I really can’t define the smell. I think it’s of brahmi or amla powder but not bad at all. The packaging is big. So that makes it not travel friendly at all. The texture of the hair pack is thick, which means you have to use a lot of cream. Apply brahmi pack on the hair shaft section by section and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash the hair with Richfeel shampoo for best results. Use it once a week to see visible difference in the quality of hair.
- No side effects, made of natural ingredients
- Not expensive
- Makes hair smooth and soft
- Easily available
- Specially formulated for dry, brittle and damaged hair
- Brahmi and amla are excellent for nourishing, conditioning the hair & enhancing hair health
Cons of Richfeel brahmi hair pack:
- Too big in size, not travel friendly
- Need to use a lot of product as it’s a heavy cream
- Didn’t satisfy me fully
All I can say is I am not fully satisfied with the results. But every hair is different and you can try if it suits you. Do let me know if it worked for your hair.