PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser Review & Swatch-
Have you even seen the way this particular range from Kaya is being displayed and marketed? I felt like picking the entire display up and going home. That particular spot in the shop feels like a spa! I swear.
Kaya is a brand that was invented and formulated by dermatologists who understand the uniqueness of Indian skin and hair. They have beauty services that can be availed for the enhancement of the entire body as well as advanced retail products across 13 distinct skin and hair care ranges for both men and women.
I came across PureSense in the Beauty Shop in Kandivali West, Mumbai. I picked up a hair cleanser and a body cleansing butter. PureSense products are free of toxic chemicals like sulphates, parabens, formaldehyde and mineral oil. They are also non carcinogenic. Carcinogens are substances or agents that tend to produce cancer.
What Kaya Says-
I bring you the fresh goodness of organic Eco certified grapefruit extracts all the way from France. Brimming with vitamins, fruit acids, minerals, and antioxidants, I leave you with a healthy scalp and vibrant hair. Unadulterated, I am free from toxic chemicals, sulphates, parabens, formaldehyde and mineral oil, ensuring you g it’set nothing but the best. My nutrient-rich fresh cells gently nourish and cleanse your hair, while the aroma of exotic grapefruit leaves you feeling fresh and rejuvenated. If you have normal to oily hair type, then Im best suited for you.
Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate, Water, Decyl glucoside, Sodium lauroyl sulfoacetate, Sodium cocoamphoacetate, Polydimethylsiloxane, Acrylates/Beheneth-25 methacrylate copolymer, Dimethyl lauramide /myristamide, Ethylene glycol distearate, Bis (C13-15 alkoxy) PG amodimethicone, PEG-7 glyceryl cocate, Euxyl, DL-panthenol, Polyquaternium-53, Fragrance, PEG-150 pentaerythrityl tetrastearate, Fruit cells, Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride, Vitamin E acetate, Glycerin (and) Water (and) Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit) fruit extract, CI 14700
Price: 995/- INR for 200 ml.
My take on the PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser-
The packaging is just beautiful. The outer cover is a white cardboard box with minimal print. Classy really. The actual container is a heavy glass one. Even more attractive. I love the pump dispenser because I keep dropping the caps of products in the shower. One drawback with the bottle is, if your hands are slippery, there is a chance of it falling and then the glass is going to be all over. I’d not suggest you travel with this bottle.
Use the Puresense Revitalising Hair Cleanser like you would any normal shampoo. Rub it between your palms and then apply it evenly to wet hair. I generally put some in a bit of water and then even spread it over my head and massage the shampoo onto the scalp and not the hair. It lathers mildly. You do not really need too much. I think what it gives is enough.
I have normal, short and coloured hair. After a single use, I noticed that my hair got soft and shiny. Unfortunately, there is a ‘BUT’. Although this shampoo is suited for normal hair, it did not suit my hair type. It totally dried it out. I got a terrible bout of dandruff; the kind that comes from extreme scalp dryness. It cleans my hair thoroughly in just one application if I oil my hair. To add to this, it dries my hands too.
You can also find the PureSense Revitalising Hair Conditioner from the same range that retails at Rs. 995 for 200 ml.
Pros of the PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser:
- PureSense is a range from a reputed and well known brand. Kaya.
- Uses Fresh Cells techonology.
- Free from chemicals
- Gently cleanses your hair
- The scent soothes the senses. Soft floral notes.
- Hair is softer and shinier in a single wash.
- Contains grapefruit extracts, vitamins, fruit extracts, minerals and antioxidants
- Antioxidants are released on contact with the hair
- Pump dispenser
- Beautiful outer box container
- Even more beautiful glass container
Cons of the PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser:
- Expensive for the quantity.
- Slippery bottle when hands are wet and soapy.
- Glass bottle is not travel-friendly.
- Caused dandruff
- Dried up my scalp during winter
Swatch of the PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser-
My Rating: 3/5!
Do I recommend the PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser?
Well, I for one am not repurchasing the PureSense Revitalising Hair Cleanser.It cost me 1800 to do an anti dandruff treatment. I paid heavily for it. I can’t use it according to the weather.I can’t wait to finish the product. Once I peel off the sticker, I am going to fill it with my favourite moisturiser and keep it by my bed on the side table. It will look gorgeous.
Review by- Christina