Vilvah Goatmilk Shampoo Review

vilvah goatmilk shampoo review

Are you looking for a good natural shampoo that is gentle, hydrating and packaged sustainably too? Then the  Vilvah Goatmilk Shampoo must have definitely crossed your mind.

This shampoo is considered one of the best organic shampoos in the Indian market right now due to its sustainable packaging and pH-balanced formulation. 

I have been recommending it to my readers who are looking for a good natural shampoo for dry hair. And their new revamped formula is said to be even more moisturizing and concentrated too.

After reading terrific reviews on this shampoo, I too decided to test out the Vilvah Goatmilk shampoo to see if it suits my needs too.

Product Claims:

Get the perfect hair flip moments with our new improved Goatmilk shampoo. This natural formula offers rich creamy lather with ultra-moisturizing goat milk.

Clinically proven pea protein helps reducing frizz and fly-away hair, retains long lasting moisturisation to the entire hair shaft. Jasmine purifies and adds exquisite shine for healthy, lustrous locks.

Price: Rs. 599 for 200ml, Rs. 1380 for 500ml

Shelf life:  24 months (Use within 6 months of opening)

About the Product:

The Vivah Goatmilk Shampoo is sold in an aluminium bottle with a plastic pump-dispenser cap and sealed with plastic cling wrap. The bottle is sturdy yet not travel-friendly due to its size(Vilavh has a travel size option though).

The shampoo is white-coloured with a soothing jasmine scent and a lotion-like consistency.

Ingredients:

Aqua, Jasmine flower water, Goatmilk, Disodium Cocoyl Glutamate , Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine, Sodium Lauroyl Sarcosinate, Xanthan Gum, Hydrolyzed Pea protein, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel oil, Jasminum Officinale (Jasmine) Oil, Myroxylon Balsamum (Peru Balsam) Oil, Ethylene Glycol MonoStearate, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Gluconate.

vilvah goatmilk shampoo review

Directions to Use:

Wet hair. Massage into the scalp and hair creating a rich, foaming lather. Rinse thoroughly. Repeat if required. 

Also Read: How To Stop Hair Fall: Common Causes And Their Solutions

My Experience Using the Vilvah Goatmilk Shampoo:

My first impressions with the shampoo were bad as the product was leaking when I first opened the shipment. The cap was not closed rightly which led to 2-3 pumps of shampoo leaking out.

I was also a bit disappointed to see a plastic cling wrap/bubble wrap around the bottle since the brand has a sustainable packaging policy. But I decided to ignore these mistakes and proceeded to shampoo my hair with this.

The pump-dispenser has to be twisted about 15-20 times the first time to unlock it. I mixed about 4-5 pumps of the Vilvah Goatmilk shampoo in some water to dilute it.

This instantly fills your nostrils with a soothing yet mild jasmine scent. I oil my hair regularly so it requires 2 washes to clean my scalp and remove all excess oil. 

The shampoo does a good job at cleansing. The lather too is better compared to other sulfate-free shampoos I have tried in the past. 

Sometimes I need to use a bit more to get rid of oil-based hair masks I apply before shampoo. But on unoiled hair, a single wash is enough to remove all dirt and grime.

vilvah goatmilk shampoo review

Does is Really Moisturize Hair?

I used the shampoo without oiling or conditioning a few times to test its moisturizing claims. My hair strands tend to be on the drier sides and hence oiling or conditioning is must to keep it soft and frizz-free

And I found this shampoo to be moisturizing even without a conditioner. I don’t recommend skipping the conditioner with this shampoo since it does lead to some frizz.

But yes, it didn’t leave my hair rough and dry which is a good sign.

The Vilvah Goatmilk shampoo is definitely more hydrating than the two other natural liquid shampoos I have tried in the past (Soultree and Bon Organics). So people with normal to dry hair can use this for sure along with a good conditioner.

Overall, I found this shampoo to be gentle on hair yet effective in cleansing your scalp. They have used surfactants that don’t strip away moisture from hair.

However, if you have itchy scalp or dandruff, I recommend skipping this and trying the Dandruff control variant.

Pros:

  • Made with Ecocert compliant ingredients
  • Gentle, pH-balanced formulation
  • No artificial fragrances
  • Lathers well and helps hydrate the hair
  • Recyclable aluminium bottle 
  • Value for money
  • Will suit normal to dry hair well
  • Cruelty-free

Cons:

  • Packaging could be better.

Also Read: Earthy Rhythm Coconut Shampoo Bar Review

Final Thoughts on Vilvah Goatmilk Shampoo:

This shampoo is definitely a notch higher than other liquid shampoos I have used so far in the hydration department. Pair it with a good conditioner and you are good to go.

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