It has been a while since I wrote about my hair care routine because nothing changed until I recently tried a shampoo from Yarok, called Feed Your Volume. The name was obviously enticing, as my hair, which used to be wavy and full, turned completely straight and flat over the past few years (hormonal changes? different water? aging? not sure..). Yarok shampoo is advertised as a luxurious, naturally foaming shampoo that can visibly plump normal to fine hair. I used up the whole bottle before writing this review and I can definitely tell that this shampoo gives a very nice boost of volume to my hair. It looks like a golden, runny liquid that feels quite refreshing on the scalp, and does not dry it. I do need to use a bigger quantity of shampoo (compared to the quantity I use of my other favorite shampoo from Acure Organics) but it rinses off very quickly leaving no residue in my hair at all. I have noticed that while using Yarok I have also gained an extra day before having to wash my hair again because it cleanses hair and scalp very well. As for the scent, it has a lovely herbal scent but it gets almost completely rinsed out. Ingredients are the following:
purified water, decyl glucose, lauryl glucose, coco protein, seaweed extract, herbal infusions ( coltsfoot*, marshmallow root*, calendula blossoms*, chamomile flowers, chickweed, horsetail, slippery elm, comfrey root, sea buckthorn co2, nettles, oatstraw ), wildcrafted essential oils ( lavender*, atlas cedar*, red mandarin*, sweet orange*, rosemary* ), grapefruit seed extract. *Certified Organic
My hair has been feeling lovely and my weekly mask has been just enough to keep it soft. Verdict: I am going to repurchase this Yarok shampoo right away. In fact, I am thinking of trying more products from Yarok, such as the Volume Enhancing Mousse. Could I have found a green hair care line with styling products that actually work!? I will get back at you with the results. In the meanwhile I would love to know if you have tried any Yarok or Rahua products. If yes, what are your thoughts about them?
The shampoo retails for $30 (8.5 oz.) and can be found at Spirit Beauty Lounge.