I received this package as a PR, and after using it for a month I decided to write a mini review on this newly launched brand called ‘Cimera’. I always wondered why so many Indian hair and skin care brands are not reaping the benefits of tulsi as one of their main ingredients. So happy to give my honest reviews on this particular one!
Herbal Hair Oil
There are times when you get habitual of colouring your hair and over a period your hair starts feeling dry and rough. Other habits like excessive heat stress to your hair like using a blow drier on daily basis or using a straighter/curler before going to your campus/office eventually suck out any hydration from your hair and damage your hair cuticles making them pointy like cactus.
I loved how cimera herbal oil worked on my mother’s coloured hair by making them softer than usual in just 4-5 usage. I also loved the therapeutic feel it gave me while having a head massage!
Oiling is a very important part of any optimal hair care routine for almost every household. I love it, even more, when brands provide a minimum of 200 ml of quantity in their products since there is no point in purchasing every 15 days with 30 ml products.
The main ingredients of cimera herbal hair oil are basil, kalonji and bhringraj. All 3 are known to prevent premature greying of hair along with stimulating nerves for hair growth. Coconut oil, mustard oil, almond oil. castor oil, neem oil, eucalyptus oil and til oil have been used to infuse the mentioned herbs.
How to apply?
Take an adequate amount as per length and volume of your hair and massage on your scalp for 5 minutes using the inversion method. Cover your tips with herbal oil and leave it for 2 hours. Shampoo and condition your hair according to your hair type.
hairmegood Rating: 4.8/5
Aloe vera gel
Second product other than cimera herbal hair oil was aloe vera gel infused with again basil and neem extract. The aloe vera gel has a clear jelly texture, meant for both skin and hair.
I have been using this for over a month now and the best thing I could feel is how it tightens the pores. It sticks to the face, so you have to keep your hair away from your face before the application which I feel is the only drawback.
How to apply?
Clean your face using a cleanser, and tap it dry. Use a small amount on your fingertips and massage in the upward direction. Leave it or rinse it with cold water, and pat dry. You can find DIY with basil over here.
hairmegood Rating: 3.5/5
Overall, my experience with these two was great! looking forward to using other products.