Tresemme recently launched Botanique, a new range of no-dyes, no-parabens shampoos and conditioners containing a specially crafted blend of botanical ingredients. They claim this range to be inspired by nature and blended by professionals. This range comes in two variants: Detox & Restore Shampoo and Conditioner with Ginseng and Neem for stunning and healthy looking hair and Nourish & Replenish Shampoo and Conditioner with Olive Oil and Camellia Oil for frizz control hair for up to 24 hours. It is so exciting to see well-known brands coming up with paraben-free products. I felt the “Detox & Restore” variant would suit my hair type for this summer, and thus I picked the shampoo as well as the conditioner.
Price: INR 70 for 80 ml, INR 150 for 190 ml, INR 420 for 580 ml [BUY HERE: Tresemme Botanique Detox and Restore Shampoo, 190ml]
Shelf Life: 24 months
Product Description: Detox your way to stunning, healthy looking hair with every wash. Our expertly crafted system, gently purifies hair from daily residue buildup without parabens or dyes. Formulas with our botanical blend of ginseng and neem, help nourish weak and damaged cuticles reviving hair and restoring manageability. Safe for color-treated hair.
My Experience with Tresemme New Botanique Detox & Restore Shampoo
Packaging: This shampoo comes in an opaque dark green plastic bottle with a black and green press cap. I quite like the color of this packaging. The front label has prints of the core ingredients ginseng and name, whereas the back label sources all the necessary information. Being sleek, sturdy, and leak-proof makes it absolutely travel friendly. The opaque packaging, however, makes it hard to find out how much product is used.
Texture: This shampoo comes in a clear gel form and is ideal for daily use. It has a nice, aromatic, fresh fragrance. Moreover, the heavenly fragrance lingers on the hair for quite some time as well. Its light texture makes it to dilute easily with water.
Performance: This is a gentle, no-dyes, no-parabens shampoo. It is customized for Indian hair to offer stunning and healthy looking hair. Its core ingredients are ginseng and neem. Ginseng and neem are known to stimulate the scalp, encouraging hair growth and reducing stress. It is an easy-to-use, everyday shampoo. It lathers up very well and is easy to rinse off. It cleanses the scalp and hair off oil and dirt effectively. It works well as an everyday gentle shampoo. However, two washes are required to clean up oiled hair. This hydrating shampoo did not rip off the natural richness of my hair and gave a healthy feel, which it is intended to offer. It makes the hair feel soft and smooth. It helps tame frizz, but it did not any volume to my hair. It has a fresh, pleasant, herbal scent and nothing like medicinal. I could not comment about its restoring properties as I have normal, non-problematic hair. This shampoo cleared my mild dandruff that I had during winters, possibly because of neem extracts. However, it did not address my hairfall issue. I find New Garnier Ultra Blends Royal Jelly & Lavender Anti Hairfall Shampoo and Conditioner are the best for hairfall. I trust this is one of the most affordable no-dyes, no-parabens shampoos for color-treated hair. For best results, follow up this shampoo with the same variant conditioner [reviewed HERE]. There is nothing extraordinary or worse about this shampoo. Overall, it is a good detox shampoo to use.
Pros of Tresemme New Botanique Detox & Restore Shampoo
- Is gentle and ideal for everyday use
- Effectively cleanses scalp and hair
- Makes hair soft and smooth
- Safe for color-treated hair
- Treats mild dandruff
- Travel friendly
- Fresh, lingering fragrance
- No-dyes, no-parabens formula
Cons of Tresemme New Botanique Detox & Restore Shampoo
- Opaque packaging
- Cannot control hairfall
- Nothing extraordinary
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Tresemme New Botanique Detox & Restore Shampoo
I would recommend this shampoo as it is dyes and parabens free and is one of the most affordable paraben-free shampoos for color-treated hair. I don’t think I would repurchase it.