Brand Focus: Natura Siberica Oblepikha Siberica Shampoo Conditioner & Oil Complex


Founded in 2007, Natura Siberica is certified organic (by ICEA) and contains natural adaptogens (a substance or compound that increases plants' resistance against environmental stress) as well as utilising naturally sourced ingredients such as herbs and flowers from Siberia. All ingredients are sustainably harvested ensuring all products are free from harmful substances. I have strong views when it comes to sustainability and environmental protection, personally I prefer natural and organic beauty and skin care products to rid my fear of parabens and other nasty chemicals.

There are 26 bath, body and hair products available to satisfy your pampering needs, however today, we will take a closer look at Oblepikha Siberica Maximum Volume Shampoo, Conditioner and Oil complex.

About Oblepikha Siberica Professional Maximum Volume Shampoo and Conditioner

- Provides volume from the roots of hair
- Nourishes and saturates hair with essential moisture
- Provides maximum volume, shine and thickness, revives and lifts.
- For all hair types
- No Parabens, No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, No Sodium Laureth Sulfate, No Polyethylene
- Rich in Vitamin C, E, B
- Contains wild harvested ingredients such as Wheat Germ Oil and Taigi Lungwort  (A lichen I believe)

Prices: $17.99 each
Size: 400ml
Where to buy? Check your local Chemist Warehouse or buy online here


About Oblepikha Oil Complex for Damaged Hair

- Assists with repairing damanged hair
- Nourishes and hydrates
- Provides protection against heat during hot styling
- No parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, sodium laureth sulfates, polyethlene glycol, glycols and mineral oil
- Rich in Vitamins A and E contains organic oils such as Moroccan Argan and Sea-Buckthorn oil.

Price: $24.99
Size: 50ml
Where to buy? Check your local Chemist Warehouse or buy online here

Shampoo

Conditioner
Oil Complex

My Verdict

- I used it back when I had hair (more hair) and the shampoo/conditioner combo did amazing things for my hair. My hair is naturally straight, quite shiny and healthy - and these babies gave it an additional boost. It provided volume and made my hair silkier and even more shiny!! I went to work the next day and a colleague actually came up to me and started touching my hair while I was at my desk having a chat with someone else, she said she couldn't comprehend how nice and shiny my hair was.
- Scent wise, all three products smelt like gummy bears and I love gummy bears - I don't know why ... but most things smell like gummy bears to me!
- The texture of the shampoo is similar to your everyday shampoo, but it has a slight gold shimmer, reminds me of liquid gold. The conditioner is creamy and it won't fall a part during application.
- I get the occasional dandruff and since I have black hair even a smidge can be pretty obvious so I am extra cautious. Move over head and shoulders, Oblepikha Siberica is now my pick for nourishing scalps! Dandruff were pretty much gone after a single wash.
- The oil complex is an absolute winner for me, I wasn't much of an oil person when I had long hair; hence I wasn't sold on it until a few days ago after I got my locks chopped. My whole head was a disastrous flyaway. My existing Argan oil failed at taming my hair, this however, managed to sit my hair down with ease. I was pretty amazed. There's still a couple of fly aways here and there, but it beats blow drying, hair gel, styling cream, styling powder and hairspray. To top it all off, my hands felt like silk after massaging the oil applying into my hair.
- All three products worked amazingly well for me, I loved everything and can't think of a single con. The only thing I would change about the shampoo/conditioner is to possibly introduce a pump dispenser? Only because I can't help myself but to drop things in the shower... I'm really nitpicking here.


*These products were provided for my consideration, all opinions are my own.

Would you spend a little extra for organic haircare without nasties?

Comments

  1. I'll have to give these products a try as I'd love to have silkier and shinier hair with no flyaways.

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  2. The packaging is really pretty :) these sound really nice, I haven't heard of the brand before

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  3. These products sound very nice and nourishing. Thank you for including info on where to buy, its very useful! Xx

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  4. Loving this new range - I have the hand wash and the shower gel. The fragrance is so fresh and really quite unique, and both products are ever so moisturising. Nice one Lily ♥

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  5. These look amazing! I love that they're good for the environment too :)

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  6. I'm still on the hunt for some HG hair products. My hair is so over-processed ie. bleached to death. Sadly, i don't think they have this line in Canada, yet! ;)

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  7. I've tried to use organic shampoo in the past because of my scalp and I think I'd always spend a bit more for it for sure! I love the packaging of these products! Glad to hear you really liked using them Lily!

    This Damsel Loves Blog

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  8. I'm trying a couple of other products out, and I now want to try these!

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  9. Umm these are made in Siberia not as you state "herbs and flowers from Serbia" Siberia is in Russia & a totes different country to Serbia. ROFL

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  10. Hey there, I have a silly question for the complex oil..
    Ehm, it says to leave it on your scalp for an hour. After that one hour, you wash it off or you just dry out your hair?
    Thanks in advance :)

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    1. Oh thats strange you shouldn't need to rinse it out unless its a hair treatment. Mine says apply oil to damp hair and do not rinse

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