Richfeel Brahmi Hair Pack Review

Hello Team Cravers!

If you have been following our blog posts for a while, you are already aware of our hair troubles such as dryness, frizziness. split-ends etc., that we go through. We love trying new products which can tame our mane.

Monsoon's come with unmanageable, frizzy and stubborn hair. While I was on a look-out for a new hair mask, Richfeel sent me their Brahmi Hair Pack to try.

It is priced at INR 599 for 500gms.

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.

Since the last couple of months, I  have been using a flat iron on my hair, atleast once every week, which means that my hair are super dry and frizzy.  I started using the Richfeel Brahmi Hair Pack since the last one month. 

Because I have a really hectic work schedule, I can use it only on Sundays. I literally go by the instructions mentioned on the packaging, so I apply a Hair Oil first and then generously apply this hair pack. I leave it on for good 15-20 mins and follow up with my Shampoo.

The packing is great as the jar is huge, making it easy to use it in the bath but it also means that it is not very travel friendly. The texture of the mask is slightly thick and since my hair is quite thick, a lot of product gets used up in one use for me. The fragrance is really mild, making it good for someone with a sensitive nose.

After washing it off, my hair did become softer and my frizz was tad bit controlled. However, I did not see any major or drastic change. I felt like the effect wasn't something different from what my usual conditioner would give. But even if you use it in place of your conditioner, it would help you tame of your hair and for the quantity that comes in this price, it's worth the money.



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