Go Natural with the Best Ayurvedic Shampoos in India


These days, with all the awareness about the harmful chemicals that go into the shampoos, many women are taking to using Ayurvedic shampoos and conditioners that will not only cleanse and nourish their hair but also make sure that they are not harming their hair in any way with the harsh chemical ridden shampoos. The Ayurvedic shampoos are rich in herbs that fight scalp infections, strengthen the roots, condition and revitalize the hair and induce hair growth. If you want to give Ayurvedic Shampoos a try but do not know which one to pick, here are our recommendations for the best Ayurvedic shampoos in India.


Best Ayurvedic Shampoos in India

1. Forest Essentials Mashorbra Honey and Vanilla Hair Cleanser

Forest Essentials Mashorbra Honey and Vanilla Hair Cleanser

The brand Forest Essentials stands for luxurious Ayurveda. This hair cleanser has amla, reetha, soya protein, honey, vanilla and herbs that that give shine, fragrance and swing to the hair. The honey cleanses the hair and attracts moisture while the vanilla fragrance helps you relax. This cleanser is completely plant derived and can make you fall in love with your hair. It is priced at Rs. 775 for 200 ml.

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2. Biotique Bio Walnut Bark Fresh Lift Body Building Shampoo

Biotique Bio Walnut Bark Fresh Lift Body Building Shampoo

This is another light cleanser that helps gently cleanse the scalp and lifts the body of thinning hair. The walnut bark gives out a resin that helps in strengthening the hair. The shampoo is enriched with walnut bark, soap nut, musk root and amla which clean the hair and revive its volume. The shampoo is slightly runny and is priced at Rs. 159 for 210 ml.

3. Himalaya Extra Moisturizing Protein Shampoo

Himalaya Extra Moisturizing Protein Shampoo

This shampoo is fortified with herbs like fenugreek, sesame, nettled melon and aloe which provide three pronged benefits- strengthening the hair, reducing hair fall and providing daily protection to the hair. The shampoo induces hair growth, cools the scalp, strengthens the hair and moisturizes the scalp and the hair. It is priced at Rs. 115 for 200 ml. The shampoo is free from Parabens and SLS.

4. Aloe Veda Cleansing Anti Dandruff Shampoo with Tea Tree Oil

Aloe Veda Cleansing Anti Dandruff Shampoo with Tea Tree Oil

The creamy white shampoo from aloe veda is composed of tea tree oil, rosemary oil, Neem Oil, Aloe vera and honey. The tea tree oil helps in cleansing the dandruff from the scalp. The shampoo also provides strength and vitality to the hair and deep scalp conditioning. It is ideal for daily use. It is paraben and soap free. it is priced at Rs. 230 for 200 ml.

5. Khadi Henna and Tulsi Extra Conditioning Shampoo

Khadi Henna and Tulsi Extra Conditioning Shampoo

This is one of the popular variants of the Khadi Range of Ayurvedic shampoos. It is rich in henna, indian basil or tulsi, shikakai, fuller’s earth, bhringraj and neem. The shampoo lathers well and adds moisture and shine to the hair. It is priced at Rs. 210 for 210 ml. It is paraben and SLS free.

6. Soul tree licorice, shikakai and Bhringraj Shampoo

Soul tree licorice, shikakai and Bhringraj Shampoo

The shampoo has a coconut oil base that is enriched with licorice, henna, hibiscus, shikakai and bhringraj. They make your hair darker and shinier on regular use. The shampoo is free from parabens and silicones. It is priced at Rs. 450 for 200 ml.

7. Lotus Herbals Soyashine Shampoo- Soya Protein and Brahmi

Lotus Herbals Soyashine Shampoo- Soya Protein and Brahmi

The company claims that the shampoo is a miracle in a bottle that helps in giving relief from dry, damaged and brittle hair. The shampoo is enriched with soya protein that gives the hair natural shine and brahmi that promotes hair growth. The shampoo cleanses the scalp effectively and gives you a squeaky clean scalp and shiny hair. It is priced at Rs.175 for 200 ml.

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After a stint in an MNC in Bangalore, Aparna has now started doing what she loves the most- writing. Travelling and cooking come a close second and third. She lives in Mumbai with her husband.