Biotique Bio Mountain Ebony Vitalizing Serum For Falling Hair Review – Does this product reduce hair fall and promote new hair growth as claimed or cause headache, and increase hair fall? Read My Biotique hair serum review below to find out.
This intensive serum is blended with pure extracts of mountain ebony, long pepper, Licorice root and the Euphorbia tree,
- Promote new and healthy hair growth.
- Stimulates hair from root to tip
- Leaves scalp feeling toned, free from dryness and irritation.
How To Use Biotique Hair Serum
Apply a small amount to dry scalp.
Massage in gently with circular motions.
185/- for 120 ML (You can get this for 139/- on sale)
Biotique Hair Serum Ingredients
Kanchnar Stem, Pudina Oil, Kusumbhi Oil, Neem Bark, Pipali Fruit, Mulethi Stem, Purified WaterQ.S.
Astringent and anti-bacterial, it creates an invigorating environment for healthy hair growth. Also known to cure certain skin diseases.
Licorice root is an Ayurvedic ingredient which is very beneficial to the skin and hair.
The root not only promotes the health of the scalp but also takes care of the hair.
The anti inflammatory properties of licorice root help in soothing the scalp by reducing various scalp conditions like scabs and dandruff.
Neem oil has countless benefits for the hair and scalp including relief from a dry, itchy scalp and dandruff, as well as giving you silky, shiny, strong hair.
First of all, the serum does smell good. But, unfortunately it is a bit too strong for me. It does give me a headache sometimes. So, i rinse off the serum after leaving it on for an hour or two.
Secondly, rather than calling it a SERUM, this is an herb infused water.
Unlike other hair serum in the market, biotique hair serum is best suited for the scalp and not for the hair.
Does Biotique Hair serum Suit Every One?
It is best suited for Normal-Oily scalp.
The biotique hair serum may not work for those with dry scalp.
As it does not contain any moisturising ingredients, When the watery serum eventually dries, it may leave your hair and scalp even drier.
For dry hair and scalp, apply and leave it on for about an hour and rinse off. Letting the serum dry completely may lead excessive dryness, dandruff and hair fall.
Apply This Hair Serum On Your Scalp And Not On Your Hair.
When you apply the serum on your hair, it does make it look bouncy and voluminous. BUT, i would not recommend applying it on dry/damaged hair. It may not be beneficial in the long run.
Lastly, This is not an all natural product. It does contain artificial fragrance in it.
Does It Work On Hair Fall?
I did not notice any difference in hair fall even after using the serum for quite some time.
It does not have potent ingredients to promote hair growth either. The concentration of the ingredients used seems too low to make any difference.
Apart from the fact that the serum is indeed cooling and relaxing, it is pretty much a below average product especially for those with normal-dry scalp and hair.
- Water based serum
- Hair smells nice for long hours
- provides a cooling effect on the scalp
- Light weight
- Non sticky
- Non greasy
- Adds shine
- Runny consistency
- Using more product does not leave hair greasy
- Refreshing and relaxing fragrance
- Adds volume and bounce to normal hair
- Does not tame frizz at all
- No difference in hair fall
- Did not promote new hair growth
- Has artificial fragrance
- May increase hair fall if you have dry scalp and dandruff
- The smell may cause headache for those with a sensitive nose
- Not suitable for dry hair and scalp (Could cause excessive dryness)
Rating – 2/5
I really wished it would work for me But, unfortunately it did not. That concludes my Biotique hair serum review guys. Hope this review helps you in some way.
However i do like few other products from Biotique like,
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Papaya Anti Tan Scrub (Review),
Biotique Bio Cucumber Pore Tightening Toner (Review)
Biotique Bio Fruit Whitening Lip Balm (Review)
Milk Protein Face Pack(Review),
Biotique Morning Nectar Flawless Skin Moisturizer (Review)
Biotique Sunscreen (Review)