bynature Plant Extracts Herbal Shampoo - Soapberry  

Posted by: Foxy Frangipani in ,

It is a lazy lazy Sunday, raining at the moment. So what is better than stay home and blog? :D

I've been finishing a couple of products lately so now is the best time to post some reviews..
Don't remember reviewing any shampoos so far, I have about 4 soon to be empties, yay! When choosing for shampoos, my main concerns are: 
- for thinning hair / hair loss
- dandruff (it happens when I'm extremely stressed)
- good ingredients, as much as possible. If organics all the better, moving towards that direction.

I suffered from mild hair loss few years ago when I constantly clocked 4-5 hours of sleep, together with irregular meal times, and super long working hours. I grew up with really black, thick hair so it was heartbreaking to experience hair loss :(

I've since changed my lifestyle and happy to share that hair loss is no longer a huge concern for me. Its on its way back to the happy old days hehe.

Okay, so here is the first that I'm going to review - Soapberry Shampoo from bynature.

bynature Says:

Relieves itching and removes dandruff

Saponin in Soapberry extract helps to relieve the itching and remove dandruff. Deeply cleanse and soften the scalp, draw out bacteria and helps prevent hair from grayness. Leave hair more shine and healthier.

Direction: Gently masage into wet hair and scalp, rinse thoroughly. Follow by Bynature Soapberry + Olive Oil Conditioner

DI Water, Ammonium lauryl sulfate, (Plant derived),Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate (Plant derived), Cocamidropropyl Betaine (Plant derived), Aloe vera Extract ,(Plant derived), Polyquaternium10 (Plant cellulose), D Panthenol (Natural derived), Sodium Chloride (Natural derived), Fragrance, Methylchloroisothiazolinone

Some Benefits of Soapberry:
Soapberry (Sapindusmukorossi Gaertn) in Thailand called "Prakamdeekwai". It also has a Chinese name called “Wu Chen Zi” (means “no dust”). Soapberry, especially Chinese Soapberry, have become popular as a natural mixture of cosmetic industry due to its environmental friendly benefit. It is a popular ingredient of shampoos and cleansers. Soapberry is safe even for washing silk, woolens and other delicate fabrics.

The Soapberry is one of the leading trees that provide beautification in tropical Asia such as Thailand . Along time ago, we are also used traditionally to wash hair and to treat mild to moderate skin. It is also safe for people with sensitive skin, even people who suffer allergic reactions to store bought “sensitive skin” cleansers. The biggest advantage of Soapberry is uses with safety; it is not harm when Soapberry remains to human body.

In Thailand , we are extensively used it for the treatment of hair and scalp issues such as hair loss and anti-dandruff. Today, we have developed the soapberry as a natural ingredient as an essential hair care products for shine and softness of hair. It is safe for people with sensitive skin, even people who suffer allergic reactions to store bought “sensitive skin” cleansers.

Foxy Frangipani Says:
Scent: Light refreshing scent. A little citrusy.
Texture: Transparent gel - yellow.
Nett Wt: 250ml
Others: Made in Thailand
Price: I don't exactly remember, but less than 200 Baht. Got this at the Bkk Airport - Boots :)

Why I like it: 
99% Plant derived
Paraben Free
Recyclable PET package

This is one of my favourite shampoo so far :D It lathers up quite easily and doesn't sting my eyes. Most importantly it really helps to prevent dandruffs and a bonus to it - non-drying.

Cleanses really well without stripping off oil. I'd re-purchase this again, anytime!

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Do you know how to get this product from Thailand without having to pay a hefty shipping fee? I've looked on ebay and the shipping fee was ridiculous.

I've used Bynature soapberry shampoo while I was living in Thailand, and it worked so well for my itchy scalp. It cured the mild scalp pimples condition that I had and didn't dry my scalp out like Head & Shoulders shampoo would. No dandruff as well. I brought a bottle with me to Australia and it has run out :( I've tried just about every sensitive skin shampoo that exists in Australia and nothing is like this shampoo. They should export their products to Australia :)

Really hope you could help with my query.
Many thanks!

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