Review: Bio Bloom Hair Cleanser (Hibiscus, Amla & Bhrami)

{Disclaimer: This review is based upon my fine-thin, silky hair with an oily scalp}
Hi Guys! I hope you all are doing good.
Living in the hot and humid conditions of India, your hair need a lot of care and protection from the dirt, dust particles, bacteria, sun rays and tons of damage. Who wants to have damaged hair, right? Obviously no one.. But treating and caring the right way needs a bunch of amazing products in addition to the perfect hair care regime. The Indian climate and temperature is really cruel for the hair and is enough to make them look lifeless and damaged. Being a hair care enthusiast, I try so many DIYs, natural treatments and haircare products to keep my hair look healthy, shiny and styled.


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August’s GlamEgo box made me really happy to get another hair care product enriched with Hibiscus, Amla & Bhrami. A lot of shampoos contain harmful chemicals in them such as sulphates which lead to a lot of lather giving an imaginary satisfaction to the person that they’re cleaning their hair well but it actually does more damage. I am always in a hunt to try out more natural products for my skin and hair due to which this hair cleanser seemed like the end of my searching journey. Please keep on reading this post till the end to find out my experience, opinion and final verdict about this product.. But before that, please take a minute out of your valuable life to write a “testimonial” or “comment” for me using your Facebook account here as I really need it to win The Indian Blogger Awards 2017..

Product Description: This nourishing hair cleanser is enriched with Brahmi, Hibiscus and Amla extracts which help in providing nourishment to weak hair.
  • Gives stronger hair
  • Nourishes the scalp
  • Free from paraben, formaldehyde, sulphates and petrochemicals
Directions of Usage: Massage into wet hair to form a foaming lather. Then rinse with water thoroughly.
Ingredients: Purified water, Brahmi extract, Hibiscus extract, Coconut derived: Sodium cocoamphocetate, Lauryl acid (citrus fruits derived), Amla extract, Vegetable gylcerine, Essential oils, Phenoxyethanol
Hibiscus is a miracle ingredient for hair which makes hair roost & strands stronger and conditions it to the best.

Cost: Rs. 399 for 100 ml or 3.38 fl.oz.

Shelf Life: 18 months


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Packaging: This product comes in an off white, transparent, plastic bottle with a lid inside to prevent product leaking. It has a plastic, golden screw cap and the overall packaging is sturdy and light weight.

Smell: Citrusy, strong

Texture and Consistency: This cleanser has a gel like consistency; is white in color and the consistency is quite thick.

My Experience: As it is an SLES free shampoo, it hardly forms a foaming lather which I don’t know why is written in the instructions. Honestly speaking, like everyone else out there, I too have that virtual satisfaction when there is a foaming lather in my hair which is actually harmful. Well, foaming is not an issue because most herbal shampoos don’t really foam. I have been using this product ever since the day I got it. I take a coin sized product on my palm, gently massage it into my hair and rinse it off after around two minutes. The smell is really strong but I quite like the citrusy fragrance it has.. Thankfully, the smell does not linger and disappears as soon as the product is washed away.

Since it is a hair cleanser, it cleans off mild residue in the hair but it doesn’t work effectively for quite greasy or fully oiled hair which is a turn off for me. What I extremely love in this product is the fact that I don’t need to use a conditioner after it. It detangles the hair so beautifully & makes them soft and shiny without stripping or depleting the natural oils and nutrient from them. But a drawback of this factor is that it doesn’t give any bounce or volume in the hair.


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Another drawback I have found in this product is the fact that it doesn’t control hair fall which I highly wish it did, however it treats dandruff. This product wouldn’t really perform well if you have an extremely oily or sweaty scalp. Honestly speaking, it has not impressed me extremely much as I expected to be although its all natural and good. I think I can find something even better.

Pros of Bio Bloom Hair Cleanser:

  • Organic and natural
  • Free from paraben, formaldehyde, sulphates and petrochemicals
  • Spill proof, sturdy and travel friendly packaging
  • Ingredients list mentioned
  • Conditions the hair well
  • Leaves no residue behind
  • Easy to rinse off
  • Makes hair soft and shiny
  • Contains natural ingredients and goodness of Hibiscus, Amla & Bhrami
  • Treats dandruff
  • Prevents frizzy hair
  • No side effects

Cons of Bio Bloom Hair Cleanser:

  • Pricey as per quantity
  • Strong smell which may be a turn off for many people
  • Doesn’t control hair fall
  • Doesn’t clean thick residue/buildup/oil
  • Not widely available


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Will I repurchase it?
Not really. It was not a really disappointing or bad product, but it was not that promising or amazing either, so I’ll probably not buy it again and stick with my Lass Naturals IHT9 Anti Hair Regrowth Shampoo until I find something more effective.

Will I recommend it?
If you are looking for a shampoo+conditioner, that too organic and natural without expecting a very thorough cleansing, then you should try it out once. Otherwise, I cannot see anything very special to recommend it.

Is it worth the money?
No. You cannot rely on it when you’ve applied oil or your hair is really greasy. This product hasn’t harmed me but for Rs. 399, I expect it to at least live up to its basic claims.

My Ratings: 3.8/5

Final Verdict: Overall, this was a fine product but not that great. I am not extremely happy and impressed with it. I wouldn’t call it a very promising product.. It cleanses the hair, detangles them, makes the strands really shiny but has no wow-factor that would make me rave about it or repurchase it.

So that’s it for today guys! I hope you liked this post! Do let me know by commenting below. Don’t forget to share this post and follow my blog..

{Also Read: Neemli Naturals Activated Charcoal Face Mask,
The Nature’s Co Vanilla – Vitamin E Face Cream Review,
Inveda BB Cream Review}

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