Soultree Triphala Revitalising Shampoo Review

soultree triphala revitalising shampoo review

I rarely experiment with my haircare routine and keep it simple. But after using the Bon Organics shampoo for over 9 months I got a bit bored.

Plus I wanted to avail Soultree’s free miniature lipstick set offer that required a minimum purchase of Rs.1399. So I went ahead and ordered the Soultree Triphala Revitalising Shampoo. I tested it out for over 3 months and here’s my experience using it.

soultree triphala revitalising shampoo review

Product claims:

This nourishing shampoo combines the benefits of three fruits – Amla, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki – known as Triphala in Ayurveda. The traditional combination of Henna, Shikakai and Bala encourage the hair-regeneration process and prevent damage as well as premature hair loss.

Price: Rs 475 for 250 ml

Shelf life: 30 months

Availability: Both online and offline

About the product:

The shampoo comes in a translucent brown pump bottle made from plastic. There is a small attachment to lock the pump during travelling and prevent leakages. The shampoo itself is a thick brown liquid with a mild herbal smell to it.

Ingredients:

Aqua, Decyl Glucoside, Coco-glucoside, Lauryl Glucoside, Glycerine, Erythritol, Sodium PCA, Capryl/caprylyl glucoside, Glycerol monooleate, Sodium gluconate, Betaine, Sodium lactate, Acacia concinna (shikakai) Extract*, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (yashtimadhu) Extract*, Lawsonia inermis (henna) infusion*, Sodium levulinate, Emblica Officinalis (amla) extract*, Terminalia chebula (haritaki) extract*, Terminalia belerica (bibhitaki) Extract*, Xanthan gum, Citric acid, Sodium citrate, Sodium cocoyl glutamate, Disodium cocoyl glutamate, PCA glyceryl oleate, Potassium sorbate, Sida cordifolia (bala) Extract*, Parfum**, Linalool**, Geraniol**, Limonene**, Farnesol**, Eugenol, Isoeugenol**, Citral**, Coumarin**

*From certified organic farms

**From essential oil

soultree triphala revitalising shampoo review

Directions to use:

Massage into wet hair, then rinse with water. For best results, use with our Hibiscus & Henna Nourishing Shikakai Hair Conditioner.

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My experience:

The first thing I liked about the Soultree Triphala Shampoo just like their oily-skin moisturizer is the thoughtful, sturdy packaging. The pump bottle lets you see the amount of product left and has a plastic attachment to stop the pumping mechanism. This makes it convenient for travelling and leak-proof.

The consistency of the shampoo is slightly thick and almost gel-like. So applying it directly on the scalp is not feasible since it won’t spread easily.

The best way to use it(and all other shampoos) is by diluting it with some water and distributing it evenly across the scalp. It does give a slightly gummy feel when massaging on hair but rinses out well.

soultree triphala revitalising shampoo review

The shampoo is quite gentle. The pump dispenses just a tiny amount, so I need about 7-8 pumps to get the adequate quantity. I usually need two washes for my 4th-day greasy hair as with other shampoos.

However, when using it on oiled hair, it requires almost double the amount.

I tried washing my oiled hair many times with this and it failed to take away all the oil every time. So if you oil your hair before every wash, this may not be a suitable option for you.

But it’s a good choice if you wash your hair daily or on alternate days and need a gentle shampoo. The shampoo is decently priced and will last you 3-4 months at least. It will suit all scalp types.

soultree triphala revitalising shampoo review
The small black attachment stops the pumping mechanism and makes it easy to travel with.

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Pros:

  • BDIH Certified natural
  • Cleanses dirt and excess oil efficiently
  • Does not strip away moisture
  • Suitable for frequent washers
  • Not tested on animals
  • Travel-friendly bottle
  • Will suit all scalp types
  • Affordable and easily available

Cons:

  • Not suitable for washing oiled hair

Final thoughts:

The Soultree Triphala Revitalising Shampoo if a gentle formula made with natural surfactants and herbs. Skip this if you oil your hair before every wash. Otherwise, it is a decent shampoo for washing your hair.

Buy this shampoo from Nykaa, Amazon or their Website

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soultree triphala revitalising shampoo review

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7 Comments

  1. Hi Rutu,
    Thanks for sharing your views! Yes, I think that’s a possibility. I recently ordered it and have started using it. Will review after a month.

  2. Thanks for the detailed review. I have been searching for a truly herbal shampoo in India and found your post really useful. However, I found many contrasting reviews on Amazon. Are you aware of those? Do you think this product can cause hairfall instead of repairing the damage?

    1. Hi, Madhavi. The shampoo does seem a bit drying and hence will not suit those with dry scalp/hair. There isn’t a shampoo that suited everyone who tried it. Also, our scalp and hair require a few weeks to adjust to herbal shampoos initially. Maybe those people were first-time users too and unaware of this.

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