June 11, 2012

Dr. Bronner’s Organic Shikakai Hair Rinse Review

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Jesica Williams

Since 2012, I’ve been creating digital wellness guides and researching natural beauty products, HIIT workouts, functional exercises, body positivity, self love, and tips helping you explore wellness and feel good.

Welcome to this post: Dr. Bronner’s Organic Shikakai Hair Rinse Review.

Dr. Bronner’s Magic “All-In-One” Organic Shikakai Conditioning Hair Rinse

Contains: Organic Lemon Juice, Organic Shikakai Powder, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Olive Oil, Organic Hemp Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Lemon Oil, Organic Orange Oil

Description: Organic Shikakai [“Shee-kah-kye”] powder comes from the seed pods of the small South Asian tree Acacia Concinna, and is widely used in India for soft shiny hair. Organic lemon juice, used traditionally in the west, rinses and tightens hair shafts for excellent manageability. Organic coconut, olive and hemp fatty acids moisturize for luxuriant hair.

This stuff truly is magical! So pure and so nourishing, it is one of the best hair products I’ve ever bought. I have long hair that gets easily tangled amidst my active lifestyle and workouts. This rinse makes everything better–no more tangles–soft nourished hair with a lovely fresh and citrusy scent. Dr. Bronner’s suggests diluting it because it is very rich–but I just use a little in the palm of my hand and it is just enough. Remember to apply starting at the ends of your hair to avoid getting your roots too oily. For extra moisturizing, use this in combination with a conditioner (Aubrey Organics makes my favorite conditioners).

Purchase & Work Cited: I’ve used the descriptions on the Dr. Bronner’s website to help me convey the quality of their products on this blog. This can be purchased on the Dr. Bronner’s website (http://www.drbronner.com), and is also found in some specialty health food stores. Call ahead to see if your local place carries it!

Thank you for stopping by this post: Dr. Bronner’s Organic Shikakai Hair Rinse Review.

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2 Comments

  1. Hello Jes, What shampoo have you complimented this with? Which ones have you tried?

    Reply
    • Hey Mom! Thanks for asking! I’m currently using it with the Aubrey Calaguala Fern Treatment shampoo (which is deep-cleansing, does a good job of getting oil off of your scalp, yet nourishing at the same time–won’t dry hair out). When you use this product afterward, it really helps moisturize the tips of my hair and acts as a detangler also. 🙂

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