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Vedix Haicare | Customized Ayurvedic hair care – Review
Vedix Haircare Body Quote – ” Our body is precious, It is our vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care “ – Buddha
Vedix Haircare Overview – We have just made it to mid-2020 but the world has already fallen apart. Whenever I wake up and set my foot on the floor, the first thing I pray to God is “let the day go smoothly”. Every day people are dying in such a high number it feels like God is on a cleanliness spree and it seems like he is not ready to listen to anyone’s plea but is on a mission, making space for mother earth, so that she can breathe. The only way to keep ourselves safe is by remaining healthy, keeping our immunity in check and also carrying the weapons (masks, sanitizers) whenever we are going to the battling grounds because it is believed ‘prevention is better than cure‘.
Vedix Haircare – The power of Ayurveda
Whenever it comes to making human lifestyle healthier the first thing that strikes our mind is Ayurvedic products. As more and more people are becoming serious towards their health, they are moving towards Ayurvedic products.
According to a survey the sales of Ayurvedic products have jumped from 6000 crores in 2007 to 19,000 crores in 2017 and it is expected that by 2020 the sales will go higher to 50,000 crores. “The greatest thing about Ayurveda is that it’s treatments always yield side benefits, not side effects.”
Quoted by Shubhra Krishan and is believed by almost every person of this world. A strong shift in people’s sentiments from allopathy towards natural medicine and health care practices has given the ancient science of Ayurveda the much-needed boost.
It is said that Ayurveda is ‘close and accessible to us just like the items we have in our household kitchen.’ Even the government from the past few years have been promoting the Ayurvedic products due to the fact that the side effects caused by them are either less or none.
You might be thinking why am I talking so much about Ayurveda! It’s because of the product that I am going to review today, which is also in heavy demand: “VEDIX SHAMPOO”
During this lockdown, the first thing that I decided to fix was the dying quality of my hair. However, even after putting it on the top of my to-do list, I wasn’t able to do much to aid my hair loss. For me, my hair was never important and I used to take them for granted.
When everything was normal, the times before the pandemic ( I have started feeling nostalgic about that happening part of my journey) my life was pretty fast and instead of letting my hair be the way they are I used to treat them with machines like curlers, straighteners, hairdryers and what not just to give them a perfect look in a short time. As a result, the quality of my hair went down, along with the volume and the shine. Whenever I used to look at my old pictures from my teenage days or we can say the time when our mothers used to take care of our hair, the comparison made me feel dejected all the time.
Vedix shampoo, conditioner and serum
About the Vedix Haircare customised for me
According to Vedix Haicare website, their clientele includes Sara Ali Khan, Neha Dhupia, Swara Bhaskar…and more 3,50,000 plus women who have achieved long and strong hair…
- Price: 1000 INR
- 100ml shampoo
- 100ml oil
- 50ml serum
3. Main ingredients:–
- Vedix Anti-Hairfall Shampoo consists of a non-harmful mild shampoo base, plant extracts like Aloe vera, Yasthimadhu, Gunja, and Bhringraj, and ‘Quinoa Protein’.
- Vedix Anti-Hair Fall Oil
- Palandu (Onion) Balances Vata dosha. …
- Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera) Balances Kapha and Vata doshas. …
- Shatavari (Asparagus Racemosus) …
- Tagara (Valeriana Wallichii) …
- Kamala (Lotus) …
- Jyotishmati (Celastrus Paniculatus) …
- Daruharidra (Berberis Aristata)
- – Vedix Serum
- Bhringraj (Eclipta Alba) Balances all of the tri-doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. …
- Bakuchi (Psoralea Corylifolia) Balances Kapha and Vata doshas. …
- Devdar (Cedar) …
- Gunja (Rosary Pea) …
- Grapeseed. …
- Japa (Hibiscus) …
- Kumari (Aloe Vera)
My experience with VEDIX HAIRCARE
When it was decided to lock the whole world down there were certain things which I knew were broken and were in utter need of fixing. Finally, a few months back I decided to get serious towards this hair protection thing and here began the journey of home remedies and suggestions from every elderly being in my family.
My granny suggested oiling regularly and also washing my hair with curd will do the trick. I tried it for a few days but it was so messy and my hair smelled like curd the whole day and hence I dropped the idea there itself.
Then came my mother with another unique idea that is ‘henna’ and ‘shikaki’ but again the issue of the pungent smell along with the mess it created remained. The hair loss was increasing day by day and it made me worried. I started looking online for shampoos and it is when I came across this add of “VEDIX HAIRCARE”.
When I went to their site and read about Vedix Haircare, it was very impressive. They have made customized questions to help them understand the need of our hair. They will hence curate a shampoo accordingly.
Earlier I had doubts and I even thought that the questionnaire might be a strategy to make their product look impressive but when I took the questions it was way different from the ones normally asked.
They asked me about my sleeping patterns, eating patterns, size of forehead, hair structure and many more although this wasn’t the only thing that made me think that the product is worth a shot.
When I did a deeper study about the product from their site, I got to know how the Vedic Haircare products are made that is by following the paths of the tridosha theory and ancient science.
Human Body Elements
According to this theory, our human body is formed by the combination of five elements which tend to create three doshas vata, pitta, kapha which tells about the different good qualities and bad qualities of human beings. However, in terms of hair they said:
Vata- people with dry scalp, thick and rough hair fall under this category.
Pitta- includes people with thin hair, and have hair of lighter tinge (gold undertone)
Kapha- includes people with moisturized scalp and straight hair.
I myself am from the vata category and at last I ended up ordering the product. The package which came included 100ml oil, 100ml shampoo and a 50 ml serum all curated according to the needs of my hair. It even included a customized planner which gave information regarding how and when which product is to be used. Now coming to the products: the oil was my favourite of the three. The best part about the oil is that it is paraphene and sulphate free. It was not at all sticky and was easy to apply. As for the shampoo, it was good. Moreover, it is not necessary that we have to apply it directly, we can also add some water to it.
The third step was the serum which is also something I liked. It was light and is the one considered responsible for the growth of our hair. In the manual it was written that serum should be applied just after the head wash. For people like me, the ones with a dry scalp, I would suggest to use it later at night so that it gets enough time to set. I have been using this product for one month now and I won’t say that I haven’t seen any changes in my hair. The hair loss has decreased and there is an improvement in hair quality and the shine.
Now, many people will say that maybe the products and the things that I used earlier might have shown results. Because, things like curd, henna and oiling require time to work and I won’t question them because deep down even I believe the same. But I can also not ignore the fact that I have been using this product for one month now. The reason for the improved hair is yet to be discovered. Personally, I don’t believe that any product will magically repair the broken things in a very short time.
It is we who have to take care of ourselves. There might be people on whom this product doesn’t work the way it is supposed to because every hair type is different. Every hair concern is different. Still, I would suggest that Vedix is worth a try. However, I would also like to say don’t believe me completely, go to their site, take your type of hair test by answering their questions. Read more about the product prescribed by them and then take a shot. Closing with the ending lines of “GHADI DETERGENT POWDE “Pehle istemal karein fir vishwas karein”.
Along with Hairs, if you looking for skincare products then check out our Mitvana Skin Care Review.
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