[Review] Palmer's Natural Fusions Rose Water Hair Cleanser & Lavender Rose Water Conditioner
Product Name: Palmer’s Natural Fusions Rose Water Hair Cleanser & Lavender Rose Water Conditioner
What it is: Palmer’s Natural Fusions Rose Water Hair Cleanser -
A hand-blended cocktail of nature’s most nourishing and strengthening botanicals. Palmer’s Natural Fusions Micellar Rosewater Cleanser uses micellar technology to draw out impurities and build-up for a gentler, more effective cleanse. This clarifying shampoo’s key infusion is Micellar Rosewater to draw out dirt, excess oil and impurities for a more effective hair cleansing. With 95% naturally derived ingredients, Micellar Rosewater Cleanser is free of parabens, mineral oils, sulfates, phthalates, dyes, gluten, and GMOs.
Palmer’s Natural Fusions Lavender Rose Water Conditioner -
A carefully selected blend of intensively nourishing botanicals, Natural Fusions takes the guess work out of DIY home-blended concoctions and uses the purest ingredients to care for your hair. Palmer’s Natural Fusions Lavender Rose Water Conditioner infuses hair with natural moisturisers to help replenish hair. 95% naturally sourced ingredients, vegan and has no silicones and no sulphates.
Packaging & Price: So I received these products as a PR package, these were sent to me by Nykaa which is why I have a 50 ml variant of the shampoo and the conditioner. This variant (50 ml) has come in a tube like packaging. But if you would buy these, the cleanser and the conditioner comes in a bottle with a nozzle on top of it to dispense the shampoo and the conditioner out. Sturdy packaging, with all the ingredients mentioned on the bottle.
- Rose Water Hair Cleanser - Rs. 750 for 350 ml
- Lavender Rose Water Conditioner - Rs. 750 for 350 ml
Micellar Rose Water Cleanser: This shampoo says that it gently purifies and nourishes hair which it totally does. The shampoo is free from sulfates, parabens, phthalates, mineral oil and has no gluten as well. This cleanser is infused with micellar rosewater to draw out impurities which is key ingredient of this cleanser. It contains only naturally sourced ingredients which do not damage your hair at all and keeps them well nourished. It is also cruelty free and has no animal derived ingredients. Also, I really like its fragrance, smells exactly like roses.
Lavender Rose Water Conditioner: Lavender is known for its calming and balancing aroma, lavender also has regenerative & softening properties for the hair. This conditioner says that it replaces lost moisture and softens hair. This too has no sulfates, no parabens, no phthalates, no mineral oil and no gluten. This is also dermatologist tested and hypoallergenic and not tested on animals. This also smells good.
How to use: Wet your hair completely, dispense the shampoo and massage into the scalp and work through the rest of the hair. Then rinse thoroughly. After washing with the shampoo, dispense the conditioner onto ends and work upward throughout rest of your hair. Allow the conditioner to penetrate hair for 3-5 minutes. And rinse thoroughly.
Texture: The texture of the Micellar Rose Water Cleanser is runny and transparent.
And the texture of Lavender Rose Water Conditioner is thick, creamy and white, similar to regular hair conditioners.
Effects & My Experience:
• Micellar Rose Water Cleanser: My experience with this shampoo has been unbelievably surprising. I received this as a PR package so I didn’t know what to expect with this shampoo. The first time I used it and massaged it into my scalp, I noticed that it didn’t form much lather. Then I looked it up and got to know that since it doesn’t have any sulfates, it doesn’t lather much which is a good point. The rose fragrance is really nice and sweet. After I rinsed the shampoo off, I could feel that this has surprisingly cleansed my scalp really well. It cleansed the oiliness from the scalp and made the scalp and hair feel squeaky clean. Although it is a very mild shampoo, if you have oiled your hair then it might take you a bit of an effort to get rid of the oil completely, otherwise this works well. It’s extremely mild and made my hair feel less frizzy and manageable.
• Lavender Rose Water Conditioner: Now coming to the conditioner, which again has surprised me greatly, worked wonders to my hair. I think it is safe to say that this is one of the conditioners that has actually worked wonders. Just like the shampoo, I didn’t know what to expect. But the moment I started applying it to my ends and rest of the hair, my hair instantly started feeling so smooth. I let the conditioner sit for 7-8 minutes and rinsed it off, and oh my goodness, my hair has never felt softer than this. I could not believe that it made my hair so soft instantly, I loved it. And apart from making them super soft, it made my hair so manageable and frizz-free. Definitely liked it.
• No sulfates, no parabens, no phthalates, no mineral oil, no gluten
• No animal ingredients or testing
• Ethically & sustainably sourced ingredients
• Infused with micellar rose water which attracts dirt and excess oil very gently
• Infused with lavender which has regenerative and softening properties
• Very mild for hair, free from any harsh chemicals
• Might be difficult to use for people with very oily scalp, or if you have oiled your hair.
Conclusion: Overall, I really liked both the products that were sent to me. The shampoo is extremely mild and great with no harsh chemicals, and so is the conditioner, it worked wonders on my hair. This vegan range for haircare from Palmer’s is great since it has no harsh chemicals and is made only from sustainably sourced ingredients. Definitely leaves your hair clean and feeling much softer. These products also helped me to control the frizz and made my hair really manageable which is definitely a thumbs up for me. Great for people with chemically-treated hair, or anyone who’s looking for mild shampoo and conditioner that works great. Would totally recommend these, if you’re looking for a mild and chemical-free shampoo and conditioner.
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