Having beautiful and well-groomed hair is something that takes time and effort. However, it also entails using quality products, with good ingredients and, on many occasions, not letting ourselves be carried away by the fads of social networks and others. And if we talk about getting shades like caramel blonde, ash blonde or platinum blonde, things go further.
The fact is that today we have looked at the Tio Nacho Natural Lightening Shampoo which claims to contain royal jelly, chamomile and extracts of natural origin, and that in addition to lightening “naturally”, leaves hair soft, strong, very hydrated, shiny and lighter, as well as having anti-loss effects… come on, the panacea that is sold on Amazon for the not inconsiderable amount of 35.70 euros, although with almost 5 stars and more than 2,400 comments, it still has something.
It is a shampoo that, above all, in Latin America has achieved great success being much cheaper, about 6 euros or even less, however, here we will have to leave 35 euros, which, to be honest, for a shampoo (which is not is high end) it is very expensive.
The fact is that it promises to be lightening, up to three tones we have come to read, so that we can forget even the dye. As well, Nothing is further from reality.
It is true that chamomile does have lightening power, but we are already blondes. Of course, only those shampoos that are quite natural and that only contain chamomile will be worth it, and, at most, they can hopefully clarify half a tone or rather give us some clearer reflection and make it shine some more (and therefore it seems somewhat clearer), but little else.
Of course, we must bear in mind that not all hair reacts the same way to chamomile and many tend to orange and tend to dry out, so be careful.
Continuing with the shampoo, it also tells us that in addition to chamomile, it tells us that contains royal jelly to nourish and hydrate the hair, as well as tomato extract Known for its softening properties and jojoba extract to eliminate excess fat, aloe vera to strengthen hair, ginseng extract to provide shine and softness, rosemary extract to moisturize the scalp and wheat extract rich in vitamin E with antioxidant properties.
The truth is that reading the INCI of the bottle, which, by the way, does not coincide with that of the box, as Amazon users point out in their reviews, we see that those excerpts are from ingredient number 11, for so the concentration is very very small, behind the water Stearyl alcohol and cetyl are fatty alcohols. commonly used as ingredients in hair conditioners and others that what they do is soften, I would even say excessively, so that volume that it promises, it gives us will also be non-existent.
So if you ask us, would you buy it? Definitely not. To begin with, it is very expensive and to continue, I am not convinced by the formulation, they are very sparing ingredients, with very little and too many alcohols (even if they are the ones used in hairdressing).
Therefore, if we were looking for a chamomile shampoo, we would surely go to others such as, for example, Klorane’s which costs just 13 euros and, without a doubt, is better formulated.
Klorane Chamomile Shampoo 400 ml
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