Bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner | Review

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bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner Review
bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner Review

Have you done a bit of damage to your hair this season? Whether it is the bitter cold up in the northern hemisphere or the scorching heat in the southern, lack of moisture is a year-round drama for our hair. Without moisture, our hair becomes tired, faded and reminiscent of steel wool. With the hope of avoiding this, I wanted to find a product that was good for my hair without any nasty chemicals. Bhave is one Australian haircare brand offering essential hair products without parabens, sulfates and sodium chloride so I gave Bhave Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner a try. Here is my review of their shampoo and conditioner. 

Review Bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner Packaging and Texture

  • The tall slimline bottles with different color markings are great for in the shower. You can easily identify which product you need to grab. Furthermore, you can keep them upright or flip them upside down when the product is running low. And the easy to open flick top caps release product without any hassle.
  • A sweet, powdery scent is released from the products. It’s quite strong at first but after rinsing out they do not linger.
  • The Bhave hydrator shampoo is a gel formula which lathers lightly on the second wash. As with all sulfate-free shampoos, it’s recommended to do two washes. My hair usually feels too dry for my liking after double-cleansing. However, I found this shampoo did not dry out my hair to the same level. It felt clean without being squeaky.
  • The Bhave hydrator conditioner is a cream that easily melts into hair to become a lotion consistency. Consequently, I found I needed to use quite a bit (approximately half a palm-full but I have tiny hands) for my hair to feel as silky as I like it by the time I have to rinse it out. When using an amount I would for other conditioners it didn’t allow my comb to glide through knots as smoothly. As I already have issues with hair shedding I don’t like pulling on knots too much. Otherwise, I lose more hair than I need to. If you have hair that doesn’t tangle a standard amount of conditioner would be sufficient.
  • My hair did feel noticeably softer after continued use of Bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner. Above all, my scalp did not become oily any quicker or slower than normal. So it maintained the rate of needing to be washed every 2-3 days.
 bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner
bhave – Hydrator Shampoo & Conditioner

What Bhave says about Hydrator Moisturising Shampoo and Conditioner

First, bhave™ Hydrator Moisturising Shampoo and Conditioner gently cleanses using a blend of keratin, vitamin E and pro-vitamin B5. With certified organic aloe vera, evening primrose and macadamia oils for sublimely lush and nourished hair. Secondly, Replicine™ Functional Keratin technology naturally derived and extracted keratin proteins from the wool of New Zealand sheep. Which are able to bind to severely damaged hair, rebuilding the internal structure and restoring strength, elasticity and shine. It is suitable for normal, coarse and dry, and damaged hair. Last but not least, free from parabens, sulfates and sodium chloride. Bhave™ is the first Australian haircare brand to offer this revolutionary new functional keratin-based hair restoration technology and include it in its hair care collection.

INGREDIENTS

Shampoo

  • Macadamia oil – helps prevent against hair breakage while improving hair strength and elasticity.
  • Replicine™ Functional Keratin® – naturally derived and extracted keratin protein that is able to bind to severely damaged hair, rebuilding the internal structure and restoring strength, elasticity and shine.
  • Certified organic aloe vera – soothes and balances the scalp and hair, delivers gentle natural hydration, whilst restoring pH levels.

Conditioner

  • Macadamia oil – helps prevent against hair breakage while improving hair strength and elasticity.
  • Replicine™ Functional Keratin® – naturally derived and extracted keratin protein that is able to bind to severely damaged hair, rebuilding the internal structure and restoring strength, elasticity and shine.
  • Evening primrose oil – high in essential fatty acids which helps strengthen and nourish hair. Softens and moisturises the hair.
  • Certified organic aloe vera – soothes and balances the scalp and hair, delivers gentle natural hydration, whilst restoring pH levels.

Free from parabens, sulfates and sodium chloride.

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