Today I will be reviewing the second product from my Lovely Lifestyle haul. It’s the Vedic Collection Tatha Last Rinse – Hairfall. I have heard a lot about the benefits of last rinses while washing your hair but have never tried it myself. I was also facing some hairfall issues recently due to climate change. So when I spotted this completely natural last rinse by Tatha, specifically meant for hairfall, I thought I will give it a try. Read on to know how Vedic Collection Tatha – Last Rinse fares.
This blend is extremely effective for hair fall thus leading to detangled shiny and soft hair.
Purified water, Cider vinegar, Lavandula angustifolia, Pogostemon cablin, Rosmarinus officinalis.
Rs.550 for 60ml.
First of all, the packaging of Vedic Collection Tatha – Last Rinse is very beautiful. It comes in a pretty glass flask with a wooden stopper at the top. Though you need to be careful while handling glass, I love glass packaging and since this contains many essential oils, plastic might not be suitable for storage as well.
For usage, you need to pour 4-5 drops of this in a mug of water. And pour it on the hair after shampooing in the end. It should be left on the hair and not rinsed off.
I have been using this regularly for a month whenever washing my hair. I use it as instructed by mixing few drops in a mug of water and pouring it on my scalp and hair. The rinse has a strong smell of essential oils, mainly lavender. If you like lavender fragrance, you won’t find the smell bothering. The fragrance lingers on hair for sometime and makes your hair smell fresh. I also noticed my hair which is usually dull had some shine to it. Regarding detangling and soft, I can’t say it is very effective in that as claimed. You can’t skip on a conditioner just because you are using this.
Coming to the main issue of hairfall, I have noticed that with regular usage, it has helped to control hairfall to a great extent. Vedic Collection Tatha – Last Rinse contains ingredients like cider vinegar, lavender essential oil, patchouli essential oil and rosemary essential oil, all of which are highly beneficial for hairfall. Since we don’t wash them off, the essential oils remain on the scalp for a longer time and works it magic.
Does it satisfy its claims?
Major claims of hairfall are satisfied. It also makes hair shiny. But it is not very effective in detangling and soft hair.
What I like:
* Contains goodness of many essential oils like lavender, patchouli and rosemary.
* With regular usage, helps to control hairfall.
* Easy to use.
* Hair smells fresh.
* Makes hair shiny.
* Attractive packaging.
Suggestions for improvement:
Some might find the fragrance too strong. They can add rose essential oil to it for a more pleasant fragrance.
Would I recommend?
Yes, definitely, if you are facing hairfall issues or generally for healthy hair.
Would I repurchase?
Yes, definitely as no other brand yet makes last rinses.
Value for money?
Only 4-6 drops needed each time. So one bottle will last for a long time. And considering Tatha products are made of the best quality essential oils, its worth the money.
Availability: You can buy online from here
IBeautySpy Rating: 5/5
I totally loved using this Vedic Collection Tatha – Last Rinse. I have never seen a last rinse from any other brand. So Tatha is well ahead in this. However, do remember this single product won’t help to control hairfall alone. You need to follow a good hair care routine and use this together with natural, organic oils, shampoos and conditioner.
P.S This post was in collaboration with Lovely Lifestyle. But my opinions and reviews are unbiased and honest as always.