Lass Naturals IHT9 Natural Hair Loss Therapy - shampoo review

Monday, July 18, 2016

Lass Naturals IHT9 Natural Hair Loss Therapy - shampoo review

Hello my lovely readers,

Today I am sharing with you all about the shampoo from #Lassnaturals IHT9 natural hair loss therapy kit. I have already done a post on the hair oil from this range. In case you have not read it, you can find it HERE. I myself is strictly on sulfate free skin and hair care and I am glad that slowly we are having more options available in the market belonging to this category. This is a sulfate free shampoo available in India, and being that has already landed in the good books with me. Read on to know more about it.
"IHT9 Natural Hair Shampoo is safe, healthy and completely natural approach to combat hair loss and creates optimum environment for the growth of the new and healthy hair"

100% Vegetarian
100% Natural Active Ingredients
Against Animal Testing
GMP Certified

This ayurvedic shampoo contains natural follicle stimulators, hair nutrients, scalp cleansers and conditioner that combat thinning of hair and baldness. The 9 ayurvedic herbs in this intensive hair therapy instantly nourishes balding scalp and stimulate hair growth that promotes longer & thicker hair. Perfect for oily, dry and normal hair. Gentle enough to use on permed, colour-treated, bleached or highlighted hair. Apart from fighting hair loss, this shampoo also keeps hair healthy, manageable & full of shine and volume. Both men & women can benefit from this highly effective shampoo.

Lass Naturals IHT9 Natural Hair Loss Therapy - shampoo ingredients

About the ingredients

Plantapon SF*, Rose Water (Rosa Damascena), Dehyton KT* (Cocoamidopropyl Beatine), Lamesoft PO 65* (Coco Glucoside & Glyceryl Oleate), Olivem 400®, Bhringraj Ext. (Eclipta alba), Jatamansi Ext. (Nardostachys Grandiflora), Fenugreek Ext. (Trigonella Foenum Graecum), Neem Ext. (Azadirachta Indica), Shikakai Ext. (Acacia Concinna), Ritha Ext. (Sapindus Mucorosai), Amla Ext. (Emblica Officinalis), Aloe Vera Ext. (Aloe Barbadensis), Saw Palmeto Ext. (Serenoa Serrulata), Ginseng Ext. (Panax Ginseng Extract) Henna Ext. (Lawsonia Inermis), Cocoa Ext. (Theobroma Cacao), Tea tree Ext. (Melaleuca Alternifolia), Lemon Ext. (Citrus Limon), Citric Acid, 2-Phenoxyethanol.

If you want to know more about the ingredients Plantapon SF*, Dehyton KT, Lamesoft PO 65 you can find details in this Neem & Basil face wash post. It too has the same cleansing agents. These chemicals are extremely mild and formulated specially for sensitive skin.

I really like the herbal actives in the ingredients list, and most importantly no parabens and sulfates whatsoever.

Lass Naturals IHT9 Natural Hair Loss Therapy - shampoo review

Packaging
Comes in a white flip cap plastic bottle

Texture, color and fragrance
It is a brown colored gel like liquid,  quite runny in consistency. It smells like herbal phenol if I am explaining correctly. Not a very pleasant smell. But thankfully does not linger much.

Price
Rs 245 for 200 ml
Get it from HERE 

Lass Naturals IHT9 Natural Hair Loss Therapy - shampoo review

My experience

I would be honest, the smell of it does bother me a bit, I wished it smelled better. But putting that aside this is the mildest of all shampoo I have ever used till date. It is so mild that it does not even lather much. You need a lot of shampoo to clean your hair thoroughly. If you have really dirty hair and scalp, the shampoo will not lather at all in first couple of washes but it will slowly clean away dirt and grime. When the hair is almost clean in the last wash you would see it lathering. Same goes for heavily oiled hair too. If I use around 5 ml of my regular sulfate free shampoo to cleanse my hair completely, with this I need thrice the quantity. So a bottle would not last very long. My hair fall during hair wash is definitely less when compared even with my other sulfate free shampoo. This does not irritate my extremely sensitive scalp at all. I feel that it gives soothing feeling as well. However, I did notice that my hair feels a bit dry when I use the shampoo on not pre-oiled hair. But not so much that a little messaging of serum can not fix, since I do not use any silicone containing conditioner. I am really liking the shampoo and it bums me a little that a bottle would last me for at max 13 washes (for a month).

If you are someone who works out daily and has to wash hair daily, you definitely need something very very mild. This is then the best option for you. Spread some silicone free hair serum after hair wash and you are good to go. If you have extremely irritated scalp with itchy dandruff, you would be benefited by this. But on the hair regrowth claim, I have not seen any of it yet. Since it does not cause any irritation on my scalp and hair roots I believe that this is not damaging my hair roots and eventually hair would grow back. For that I need to give this some time.

I am glad that it is not so difficult to find sulfate free shampoos in India any more and that too being a shampoo for hair loss treatment. I hope this review was helpful to you. If you have already tried this shampoo, let me know in the comments below how it worked on you.

Until my next post, see you soon :-)

Lass Naturals IHT9 Natural Hair Loss Therapy - shampoo review




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