Ayurvedic Haircare: Saach Organics - 100% Natural, Organic & Cruelty-Free Haircare Review

Wednesday 21 April 2021

Combining elements of traditional Ayurvedic formulas with organic and cruelty-free ingredients, Saach Organics have succeeded in creating a full range of natural hair care which is sold globally and won multiple awards.

If you're curious about where the name comes from, 'saach' translates as 'truth' in Punjabi, which goes to the core of what the brand is all about by carefully choosing natural ingredients that are good for your skin, hair and the environment. 

Saach Organics products are 100% natural, using organically grown or wildcrafted plants and herbs grown in India. Saach Organics products never contain – petrochemicals, harsh sulphates, parabens, urea, propylene glycol, animal ingredients, artificial colours or fragrance. In addition, all products contain no animal ingredients and none of the ingredients or products has ever been tested on animals.

With this in mind, I received a very exciting package from Saach Organics last month with lots of their haircare to try, so grab a cuppa and enjoy this review below.

Saach Organics Shampoo, Conditioner and Shower Gel range

Starting off with the basics first, I tested out the full range of Saach Organics Shampoos. If you're after a strengthening shampoo for weak or fine hair, the Shikakai, Basil and Peppermint Shampoo* (200ml, £11.95) works wonders thanks to a formula that's rich in Basil, Amla, Ritha, Peppermint Oil, Shikakai and Ceramides. For something more aimed at repairing and revitalising damaged hair, try the Tea Tree, Rosemary & Lemon Shampoo* (200ml, £12.95) which also doubles up as an anti-dandruff treatment. Coloured hair? You can use the specially formulated Henna Orange Oil Shampoo* (200ml, £11.95) to moisturise and protect coloured hair from fading. All three shampoos are SLS-free and feel wonderfully refreshing to use due to the Ayurvedic herbs so they're quite 'zingy' on the scalp!

I'll go on to mention Saach Organics' powdered hair treatments in a minute, but for those who prefer a more conventional hair conditioner, you can't wrong with the Avocado, Jojoba Butter & Canola Oil Hair Nourishment Conditioner* (200ml, £11.95) which features a unique blend of Ayurvedic herbs and natural hydrating ingredients to nourish hair from root to tip. It's ideal for all hair types to use.

I also want to give a shout out to the Saach Organics Mint & Rosemary Shower Gel* (200ml, £10.95) because this is one of the most invigorating shower gels I've ever used. If you struggle to wake up in the morning, you need this in your life!

Saach Organics Hair Treatments / Hair Masks

Saach Organics have a special range of Hair Treatments that I feel really give you a proper feeling for their Ayurvedic roots. Each mask offers a different targeted treatment for your hair, for example, the Shikakai Hair Mask* is a nourishing treatment for roots to help stimulate healthy hair growth, whereas the Amla Hair Mask* provides a strengthening and hydrating treatment for weak and dehydrated hair. Coloured hair will enjoy the renewing and protecting qualities of the Neem Hair Mask*, and anyone who suffers from dandruff or hair loss should try the Ayurvedic Hair Mask* to reap the benefits of those carefully chosen herbs and plant actives.

Each hair mask comes in a pure powder format and the full pack (100g) will treat shoulder-length hair. As with any new beauty treatment, you should always perform a patch test 48 hours prior to using it to check for any allergies or skin sensitivities. Ayurvedic herbs are quite potent so I feel that a patch test really should be done as a necessity just in case.

To use these masks, simply open the packet and pour the powder into a non-metallic bowl. Gradually add in some lukewarm water and mix with a wooden spoon until you get the consistency of yoghurt. Try not to breathe in the powder as you're mixing as it can make you sneeze! 

Apply the paste all over dry hair and scalp and massage it in. I recommend having a towel around your shoulders and placing one on the floor as the mask paste can stain. Once applied, cover your head in clingfilm and leave for 30-40 minutes. After that, rinse out and shampoo as normal - you may need to do this at least twice to get everything out.

Although messy and time consuming to use, these masks are brilliant for treating their targeted problems and each one left my hair feeling super soft afterwards. Prices from £8.95 per mask.

Saach Organics Natural Hair Colour

Last but not least, Saach Organics are well known and loved for their Natural Hair Colour* (£11.95). Like the masks, these are presented as a purely plant-based powder formula based on Henna and the range contains colours from Golden Blonde to Browns, Burgundy and Black. I've been using these hair colours for years as my go-to henna product of choice so do check out my original review of them here if you're looking for a new product like this to try for yourself.

Shop the full range at saachorganics.com

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