Its been a long time since I reviewed a hair care product in my blog. So today I thought of reviewing my current favorite hair conditioner. Its from the brand BioBloom. I have tried couple of BioBloom’s body oils and hair cleansers and quite liked them. If you have oily scalp, then do try their Ginger Hair Cleanser. All their products are free from parabens, sulphates, formladehydes and petrochemicals. Also they are cruelty-free. So let’s move on to today’s review of BioBloom Cinnamon Orange Hair Conditioner.
This conditioner comes with the goodness of cinnamon and orange essential oils which are known to restore strength and lustre to your hair and fight frizzyness.
Cinnamon essential oil, Orange essential oil, Olive oil, Sweet Almond oil, Jojoba oil, Purified water, Emulsifying wax, Cetyl alcohol, Cetrimide, Behentrimonium chloride, Polyquaternium 7, Polyquaternium 10, D Pathenol, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate
Rs.699 for 200ml (Currently its on 35% discount in Nykaa. Check out the Availability links below.)
BioBloom Cinnamon Orange Hair Conditioner comes in a tall plastic bottle with a pump dispenser which is very convenient. The bottle is translucent and you can see how much of the product is still left.
BioBloom Cinnamon Orange Hair Conditioner looks white in color and has a mix of citrus and warm scent. Smells exactly like oranges and cinnamon. The orange is slightly more predominant. This is such a refreshing scent to have in a haircare product. But the fragrance stays in your hair subtly only for 6-7 hours and then it goes off. The consistency of the product is thick and creamy.
As per directions, you need to let excess water drip off before applying this conditioner. Using it on dripping wet hair can prevent the conditioner from working as expected. I squeeze the excess water out of my hair after shampooing and washing using a towel and then apply BioBloom Cinnamon Orange Hair Conditioner . You can adjust the quantity of the conditioner depending on your hair type. If I haven’t oiled my hair and its very dry and frizzy, then I need about 4-5 pumps of the conditioner for my waist-length hair. Else 3 pumps are enough usually. If you have shorter hair, then 2 pumps should be enough. I apply it throughout my hair lengths and let it seep in for 2-3 minutes. And then I wash my hair.
Instantly, I can feel my hair is smoother and frizz has been reduced much. After drying also, the effects are retained. My hair is silky smooth, frizz-free and very easy to detangle. I can also feel little shine. If I use more quantity, the effects last for even 4-5 days. But unlike many thick, heavy conditioners it doesn’t weigh down my hair. I have fine, thin hair and my volume doesn’t reduce and hair doesn’t feel limp after applying this one. Which I think is a big positive 😀
Regarding its claims of adding strength to hair, I have noticed it. It has reduced my hairfall and my hair overall feels stronger. I think it is due to the addition of olive oil, almond oil, jojoba oil and cinnamon oil. It takes some time to show the effects, but you can feel the difference.
Does it satisfy all its claims?
Yes, it satisfies all its claims.
What I like?
* Free from parabens, silicones, formladehydes, petrochemicals, artificial colors.
* Makes hair smoother and frizz-free.
* Helps in easier detangling.
* Adds little shine to hair.
* Doesn’t weigh down fine, thin hair.
* Effects last for 3-4 days atleast. Longer if you use more quantity.
* Makes hair stronger and reduces hairfall.
* Contains good ingredients for hair like cinnamon, olive oil, almond oil and jojoba oil.
* Convenient pump packaging.
What I don’t like?
* Slightly pricey.
Would I recommend?
Yes, if you are looking for a natural, silicone-free conditioner.
Would I repurchase?
No. I would like to try conditioners and masks from other natural brands.
Value for money?
I feel its slightly on the pricey side.
IBeautySpy Rating: 4.4/5
BioBloom Cinnamon Orange Hair Conditioner is a decent conditioner which is natural and free from parabens and silicones. It does everything that your usual conditioner does, sans the harmful chemicals and silicones, plus makes your hair smell refreshing and also strengthens hair. It is good for all hair types including those with fine, limp hair as it doesn’t weigh down hair. The price seems a little expensive for me. But I have noticed this one being on good offers lot of times. You can purchase it then. I myself got it when it was on 50% discount. Also it lasts for a long time. So do give this a try and let me know your experience in the comments below 🙂
Don’t forget to checkout my reviews of other hair care products:
* Sand for Soapaholics Hair & Glory Hair Conditioner
* Aroma Essentials Onion Cream Hair Cleanser
* Iraya Japakusum Taila Ayurvedic Hair Oil – For Thicker, Luscious Hair
* Tvakh Coffee Bean and Ginger Hair Stimulating Shampoo
* Hedonista Hair Perfume