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The Body Shop Shampoo Review

Finding the right type of shampoo for your hair is a difficult task. The only way you can find this out is by trial and error method and for this you need to try a lot of shampoos now this can be super harmful for your hair so the first step to understand what kind of hair you have and how they behave and then see what the description of the shampoo says and then give it a try. Any shampoo will only show results after a couple of washes, so don't panic at first go.

I'll explain the full details on how to choose the right type of shampoo for your hair in my upcoming blog post. Today's post is about my fav shampoos from The Body Shop.

This month is gonna be #allabouthaircare and I will not only review my fav products but also give you a complete routine I follow and DIY and tips and trick to maintain your hair. So definitely subscribe if you haven't already.

The Body Shop Ginger Anti Dandruff Shampoo

Product Description: Refresh and soothe your scalp with this invigorating shampoo. Blended with potent ginger from Sri Lanka, this iconic anti-dandruff shampoo by The Body Shop gently clears loose flakes and soothes dry scalps.Complete with ginger extract, birch bark extract, white willow bark extract and Community Trade honey from Ethiopia.


  • Perfectly-sized for a fresh scalp and fragrant hair wherever you travel

  • Enriched with ginger from Sri Lanka and Community Trade honey from Ethiopia

  • 100% vegetarian

  • Ideal for dry/flaky scalps

Price: Rs 645/- for 250 ml

Rs 945/- for 400 ml

To find it online: Click here

My Experience: When I think about hair care and shampoo this is the only shampoo that comes to my mind. This is my holy grail shampoo and also one of those which I have used for the longest time. Now I suffer from dry scalp but also oily middle which also causes build up of dirt and oil and makes my hair super greasy and flaky and itchy, so finding the right kind of shampoo is super difficult for me. I had to use mixtures of few different shampoos and I still wasn't satisfied and my hair wasn't happy. Then I heard someone say something good about this shampoo in The Body Shop store and got the small bottle to try and I haven't stopped repurchasing after that its been 2 years.

Its a gel based shampoo which works perfectly for my hair type since it thoroughly cleans my hair and scalp without drying it. The ginger in it is what hair to stay clean for longer which helps with the itchy feeling and flakiness. Its moisturizing enough and doesn't strip your hair from its natural oils. Now this type of shampoo works for all hair types but if you have dry frizzy hair then you need to continue with a good hydrating conditioner.

I wash my hair more in summers and monsoon compared to winters. So I use this shampoo two times a week minimum. It keeps my scalp fresh and flake free. This is also great to use when you oiled your hair and want to completely cleanse it without over washing your hair.

It smells exactly like ginger and the smell stays for an hour or so then disappears unless you sniff it closely. This shampoo also helps in keeping the bad odor of unwashed hair away.

The packaging is convenient enough to use and you get two sizes so you can buy the small one to first give it a try. The shampoo is mild and gentle so young children and teenagers can also use it.

If you have normal hair with no problems you can still get this for summers and use it once a week to clean up the product build up and keeping your hair and scalp fresh from summer heat. You can also use this if you have coloured hair, doesn't strip or fade your colour in any way. I have chemically treated hair (coloured hair) and it works great for me.

My Ratings: ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’– 10 out of 5 { I hope this portrays the love I feel for this shampoo}

The Body Shop Strawberry Clearly Glossing Shampoo

Product Description: Feed dull hair with The Body Shop Strawberry Clearly Glossing Shampoo. Enriched with mouth-watering Italian Strawberries, the silicone-free, 100% vegan formula adds shine and helps detangle for soft, sweet-smelling locks all day long.


  • Leaves hair moisturised and full of shine

  • Enriched with Italian Strawberries and Community Trade Aloe Vera from Mexico

  • Ideal for dull hair

  • 100% vegan

  • Formulated without silicones

Price: Rs 645/- for 250 ml

To find it online: Click Here

My Experience: This is my new discovery I bought it around the time they launched it in winters lasts year and since it said its for dull hair I had to try it. Like my skin my hair can also be dull and I have wavy hair so dull comes with the territory The store person told me to try this and hence bought the small one to try and now I am on my third bottle.

This does exactly what it says. It gives your hair the glossy shiny look and make your hair stronger and the bonus is the strawberry candy smell. I like sweet fruity scents so I like this but if you don't like sweet fruity smells you won't like this shampoo. The scent does linger for minimum half a day. This is also a gel based shampoo. The reason I like The Body Shop more is because they make good gel based shampoos.

Also this shampoo is very hydrating without weighing your hair down or making it look greasy. I love the feeling of this shampoo. I use this once a week and on days I want my hair to look extra special or if I want to style my hair. Somehow whenever I use this shampoo and style my hair the style stays in place longer comparatively, usually no hold spray can also hold my hair in place or style for more then 4 hours.

Since I use this only once a week I buy the small bottle only and it lasts me 3 months. I have medium length hair. I can also skip conditioner if I'm feeling lazy when I use this shampoo since it controls my frizz for two days straight without help.

I would recommend this shampoo if you have dry dull frizzy hair and like shiny glossy hair.

My Ratings:๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–4/5 {This is a great everyday shampoo if you have normal to dry hair}

The Body Shop Rainforest Volumising Shampoo

Product description: Turn up the volume and give your hair a boost with our volumising shampoo. Formulated for fine hair, this invigorating shampoo will cleanse, add shine and volume, without weighing it down.


  • For fine hair

  • Community Trade organic aloe vera from Mexico and organic sugarcane from Paraguay

  • Contains pracaxi oil and guarana seed extract

  • No silicones, no sulphates, no parabens and no colourants

  • Eco-conscious formula

Price: Rs 725/- for 250 ml

To find it online: Click here

My Experience: I used this one before I found the Strawberry one. I usually mixed this one with the Ginger shampoo and used it and it gave me an instant boost of volume to my hair. But somehow this combination wasn't hydrating enough for my frizzy hair and I used to not use conditioner or mask back then.

This is also a gel based shampoo if you have caught on my theme I'll say it out loud I love gel based shampoos a lot. This is great if you suffer from hair fall and fine hair and breakage because of too thin hair strands. I used to have very thin hair and used to get super heavy hairfall. I still suffer from hair fall but its not as bad as it used to be and one of the reasons is this shampoo so I do really like this but I don't use it anymore since the strawberry shampoo gives me same benefits plus more.

This one also gives fresh feeling on the scalp, smells amazing and thoroughly cleans your scalp without drying them out. Great to use after oiling sessions.

I would recommend this if you have normal to fine hair.

My Ratings:๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–3/5 {Since I don't use this anymore}

Now if you want to try a shampoo from the Body shop but want a cream based shampoo since you have extra dry hair I would suggest get the banana one since its very nourishing. And If you have extra oily scalp and want something stronger to clean your hair try their Fuji hair range. I have their Fuji Hair Scrub and I do really like will review it soon.


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*P.S: All opinions are my own and honest. The above mentioned products are bought and paid for by me. What works for me may not work for you. Trying before buying is always recommended. Check out a few reviews till your satisfied.

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