You know now my passion for hair care, especially with organic products, well this time I tried for you the volumizing and nourishing shampoo of Natura Siberica. It is suitable for the cleaning of all hair types, is a product with 99% natural ingredients and is certified ICEA: let’s see together if it is advisable to buy? What is it, what is it for and how to use the volumizing and nourishing shampoo of Natura Siberica. Natura Siberica is a Russian brand, born in ’97, which chose Siberia, a cold and pristine place, to find the ingredients for its products.
How it Looks
It comes in a practical and elegant cylinder that contains 400 ml of product, crowned by a snap cap. It has a scent reminiscent of lemon, quite sour and bitter, which does not persist on the hair. It has a consistency that vaguely resembles that of a gel, is transparent and very leverage green.
It produces a foam with tiny bubbles, as I like it, making the washing of the hair very pleasant.
How to Use
Apply a knob of product to wet hair and massage, then you can repeat the application a second time, then rinse thoroughly. We can use the conditioner perhaps of the same line and finally recommend the usual acid rinse (water and vinegar) that closes the flakes and preserves the health of the hair.
This shampoo can be diluted with water, according to personal preferences.
To whom it is Recommended
It is suitable for all hair types, especially those that require a larger volume. It gives volume and shine, protects against the elements and repairs damaged hair. It is also suitable for those who are attentive to inci because it is a product with 99% of ingredients of natural origin and, above all, is free of PEG, SLES, SLS, parabens, mineral oils, glycols and ingredients of animal origin. It is ICEA certified.
Volumizing and Nourishing Shampoo of Natura Siberica: My Product Test
I found very pleasant the application of this shampoo for the consistency of the foam and for the scent of lemon that I like very much.
It leaves the hair soft and bright enough. It seemed like a shampoo suitable for different types of hair, not just for damaged hair which is not my case.
It has a good washing capacity and gently takes care of the scalp and hair, thanks to useful nutrients that help keep them strong and beautiful.
After use, the hair appears voluminous, shiny and light. I really liked both the volume effect and the feeling of lightness that makes you feel the most groomed and beautiful hair.
Ingredients: Aqua, Lauryl Glucoside, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Pineamidopropyl BetainePS, Hippophae Rhamnoidesamidopropyl BetaineHR, Guar Hydroxypropyl Trimonium Chloride, Pinus Pumila Needle ExtractWH, Pulmonaria Officinalis Extract, Abies Sibirica Needle ExtractWH, Hesperis Sibirica ExtractWH, Cortusa Sibirica ExtractWH, Bidens Tripartite Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Saponaria Officinalis Root Extract*, Glycerin, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Extract*, Hippophae Rhamnoides Fruit Oil*, Silybum Marianum Extract, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride, Benzyl Alcohol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, CI 75810, Parfum, Limonene**, Linalool**.
More About the Ingredients
After the first components, we have an INCI rich in ingredients typical of Siberian nature, but also in ingredients known to us: noteworthy is the presence of ginseng root extract that stimulate growth, that of officinal soap a very mild natural detergent and flaxseed oil.
We also find Rodiola Rosea selvatica, which contains active ingredients with a curative effect so concentrated only in Rhodiola of Siberian origin, where extreme climatic conditions stimulate its production.
Limonik Nanai, on the other hand, is known for its antioxidant properties and the richness of Vitamins C and E, which nourish and relieve the hair, leaving it soft and shiny.
Thanks to the presence of essential amino acids derived from the pine plant, the hair is repaired from the roots to the ends and protected from the elements. Wild pulmonary extracts have a softening and brightening effect.