12 Jars Pack Amla Hair Cream Volumising Treatment by Dabur 4.22 FL OZ
There are five different types of Dabur Amla Hair Cream, these are Anti Dandruff, Hair Fall Therapy, Intensive Repair Therapy, Moisturizing and Volumizing Treatment. Each of these creams combine the health benefits of amla with different ingredients to create a product optimized for a particular form of hair care.
The Dabur Amla Volumizing Treatment Hair Cream is marketed for people with thin limp hair that want more volume for their hair. Thin hair often looks unhealthy and tends to break more easily. It is often more difficult to style as well and your scalp may even begin to show even if you do not have a bald spot.
Most commonly however, volumizing hair products are used simply to make hair look more attractive and styling easier. The Dabur Amla Volumizing Treatment Hair Cream seemingly accomplishes this by utilizing the olive coco extracts, volume boosting conditioner and aqua oil complex that are part of its formula.
A complete list of constituents is given further down but there are only two items that will likely concern customers. The first is the inclusion of mineral oil (Liquid paraffin) in the Dabur Amla Volumizing Treatment Hair Cream , many people find that mineral oil is not as beneficial as essential oil or vegetable oil.
Mineral oil is widely used to give a suitable viscosity to various products and also acts as a moisturizer or emollient due to its occlusive properties. This is usually different from vegetable oils that are meant to nourish hair. One of the primary disadvantages often suggested for mineral oil is that it is comodogenic, however, the purified version used in beauty products has been found to be non-comodogenic according to the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology (2005).
The other component to cause concern is paraben. Parabens are a common preservative in beauty products but are infamous for causing breast cancer, however a comprehensive refutation for this belief is available at the American Cancer Society's website.
Should I use Dabur Amla Volumizing Treatment Hair Cream?
If you have thin hair and have tried other volumising treatments then which have not been effective for you, then you certainly should give the Dabur Amla Volumizing Treatment Hair Cream a go. Using a combination of internal moisturizing along with a thickening effect on the outside which also shields your hair, the Dabur Amla Volumizing Treatment Hair Cream is not a cure for conditions that cause thin hair but does help in creating volume.
This hair cream has a fairly pleasing consistency which makes it easy to apply. The smell too is quite nice and makes using the product less of a chore. You can use the Dabur Amla Hair Cream Volumizing Treatment daily before and after shampooing or if you plan on going out and wish to style your hair, massage a small amount before blow drying your hair to give it that extra volume and bounce you desire.
Adds volume that should be visibly obvious even after first use. Suitable for regular or daily use as well as for styling on special occasions.
The Dabur Amla Hair Cream Volumizing Treatment contains parabens and mineral oil which some customers may find to be a drawback.
Considering the cheap price of the Dabur Amla Hair Cream Volumizing Treatment and its claimed benefits, we find it to be a product certainly worth giving a try. This is especially so if you have thinning hair but you may just wish to keep it on your counter for occasions when you want a little extra volume to style your hair with.
Country Of Origin: Product of U.A.E
Ingredients: Aqua, Liquid paraffin, Coconut oil, PEG 400, CCTG, Glycery, Mono steatate, Cyclomethicone, Cetyl alcohol, Cresmer 1000, Bis (C13-15 Alkoxy) PG Amodimethicone, Perfume, Triethanolamoine, DL-panthenol, Glycine, Phenoxyethanol, Almond oil, Methyl Paraben, Ethyl Panthenol, Hyrdroxy propyl guar, Edta, Propyl, Paraben, Amla extract, Aloe vera extract
Product Weight: 50.64 FL OZ (1500 ML) = 4.22 FL OZ (125 ML) Each
Quantity: 12 Jars Pack
Storage Instructions: Keep Refrigerated after opening