Garnier Ultra Blends 5 Precious Herbs Revitalizing Shampoo | Review

As a kid, I used bottle after bottle of the Garnier Ultra Doux Shampoo that was available in a lot of wonderful fragrances and cleansed the hair perfectly. It is no surprise that I rushed to purchase the Garnier Ultra Blends Shampoo that was recently launched in the exact same packaging. I went for the 5 Precious Herbs Revitalizing Shampoo that promises to clean the hair thoroughly but gently, and true to the quality of the brand, it does just that.

The shampoo combines the benefits of green tea, lemon, henna, aloe, and eucalyptus to remove traces of pollution and hydrate the hair for a revived look. The formula is whitish green in color and lathers up quite easily. It also has a citrusy smell that I really like. I love that it cleans my roots very well and leaves the hair feeling light and bouncy, without any traces of grease.

I think this shampoo is ideal for those with oily hair as it gets rid of all the ill effects of sweat and humidity. The shampoo is priced at INR 230 for a 340 ml bottle, also, there are several offers for a free conditioner that are available online. I feel that this is a great shampoo for the upcoming summer months.

Buy it here to get a free conditioner.

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11 thoughts on “Garnier Ultra Blends 5 Precious Herbs Revitalizing Shampoo | Review

  1. Nice post! Always looking for good products for my hair as I have very long hair which gets oily quite quickly! I have used a few shampoos that contain lemon or mint and I love the refreshing and cool sensation it provides for my scalp. I can imagine that eucalyptus may act the same way!

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