Yarok Shampoo

Yarok Shampoo Feed Your Volume Review

Yarok Shampoo Review Feed Your Volume

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.


  • Have you tried John Masters styling products before?

    • I haven’t. Have you? :)

      • Haha, I haven’t. Just hoping you’ve tried them so I could look forward to another hair care review. :p

  • M.

    This sounds amazing! The ingredients are extra wonderful. Such a pity it is so expensive :-(

    • I know, it is quite expensive! Acure is a good alternative, and it is more budget-friendly ;)

  • Mariam

    I use a few products from the Yarok line and I love their Feed Your Ends leave-in! I also have the conditionner, which is nice.
    I started with the Feed Your Youth oil to combat psoriasis and it really got the job done. A little goes a long way, though!

    Nice to hear that you want to try some of their styling products, I’d be interested to see how they work out for you!

    • Hi Mariam, I will definitely write about them. I am going to purchase the mousse first and see how that works. Please let me know if there are any other products that you would like me to review ;)

  • Jennica

    I have very fine, flat (at the scalp) hair and I LOVE the Rahua Voluminous Shampoo. Have you tried it? It lathers up really well and leaves my hair feeling nice and clean, with a good amount of body. I have a sample of the Yarok shampoo too, so I am excited now to try that! I have been contemplating the Yarok mousse, so please let us know how you like it!

    • Hi Jennica, that sounds pretty amazing. I definitely plan on trying Rahua too, I hope it works as great as it works for you :) Have you tried the Yarok sample yet? I would love to know your opinion, and how you think the two compare! Thank you for sharing! I will write about the mousse very soon ;)

  • Hey Lilly!

    I just started using Yarok shampoo and I had no real volume expectations, since my hair is long and thick, but it really did give me lift at the roots. Plus when I use it with the Feed Your Ends conditioner my hair feels incredibly soft. A little pricey since I use a lot, but I’m seriously tempted to buy the bigger size when my initial bottle runs out. How does it Acure compare in terms of overall results?

    Happy Friday! xo

    • Hi Sonja, I am sorry I took so long to reply. I have a lot going on right now! Anyways, I think that Acure is a great shampoo and it does cleanse my hair well. It also has a good scent and no harsh ingredients. The only difference that I have noticed is that Yarok gives a little extra volume, which is very helpful for someone with flat hair like mine! I hope that helps :)

  • freudianslippers

    oooh i’ve been liking the sound of yarok and i’ve been running out of so many of my products (shampoo, conditioner, tinted moisturizer/foundation…) might be time for a big order! my ends are really, really dead from bleaching though.. coconut oil seems to help a bit but any suggestions for a good mask or treatment??

    • Absolutely! I recently dyed my hair too, so I know exactly how that feels! In italy we say that dyed hair looks like oakum (that material used in plumbing, lol) and that is exactly how my hair felt after dying it. It is doing a lot better now, so I will tell you what I did. Every time I spend a day at home I massage a few drops of my facial oils on my hair. You don’t need to use much because they are very powerful. My favorites are rosehip oil (Pai) and Barbary Fig Oil (Mun). I just let the oil in my hair as long as possible, sometimes I will braid it and go to sleep like that. After I wash it, my hair feels like silk. Just don’t waste too much of the precious, expensive oils! If you don’t have any of those oils, use something like olive oil, argan or jojoba. Just put a good amount in your hair, massage it and keep it on as long as possible. Let me know if you try it. Thanks for stopping by, and sorry it took me so long to get back with you! x

  • fujihobo

    I have very fine and oily hair so I have to wash my hair every single day in order to keep its shape. Can you do a comparison between Yaro to Rahua shampoo please? They are both in the $30.00 range so I want to know which one is better before I purchase one. Again, thanks for your time for the blog.

    • Hi fujihobo! I am so sorry it took me so long to reply! I have not tried Rahua, so I can’t compare the two (yet), but I will try it soon. However, you could purchase a travel size of one of them and see how it works for you. I have very fine hair too, and Yarok works very well for me.
      I will try to get my review of Rahua up on the blog asap!
      Thanks so much for your comment!

  • Bambi Organics

    Im waiting for the feed your youth hair oil from Yarrok and cant wait to try it.
    This shampo and also the conditioner are my list next to try (:
    Hugs from Bergamo, xx

    • Hi, actually ciao! So glad you stopped by! I am enjoying the shampoo, it works really well at cleaning hair and scalp without harsh ingredients! Ho trovato il tuo blog alcuni giorni fa e mi piace tanto! Fammi sapere come ti trovi con Yarok. Thanks for your comment, and let’s keep in touch ;)

      • Bambi Organics

        grazie Lilly, sei troppo gentile ^_^
        Mi è arrivato il pacchettino con l’olio di Yarok ma ancora non l’ho provato, attendo ancora un po perché devo finire alcuni oli che ho in giro per la casa.
        Ti tengo aggiornata e ci sentiamo presto, anche io ho trovato per puro caso il tuo blog e lo stra adoro *_*
        Un bacione grande bella Lilly <3

        • Grazie cara! Si, fammi sapere se ti piace e teniamoci in contatto! <3

  • I haven’t tried the shampoo yet but Yarok’s mousse is one of my favorite styling products! You should definitely give it a try :)

    • Awesome, I will definitely try it. I was actually reading your post about the mousse a few days ago. It sounds pretty great! I will let you know how it works for me :)

  • Inga

    The Feed Your Roots Mousse is great, I purchased a small travel size first to try it and loved it so I got the full sized bottle. I have long, wavy and thicker hair and the mousse helps tame it and gives volume. Will be buying the Shampoo as well :)

    • Hi Inga, that sounds great! I am ordering a travel size first too, just to see how it works for me ;) Thanks for sharing, and I hope you like the shampoo as well!

  • lisajay99

    I use the mousse from Yarok and I love it – not so much for volume, but just to hold my style – I am on my second bottle, and I also use the shine and youth products – they are all wonderful!

    • Hi LisaJay, thank you for sharing! I am definitely going to try it too! I don’t use styling products, because I haven’t found any that work well and do not have strong synthetic scents in them. So glad you like Yarok! Thank you for your comment :)

  • Nicole

    I’m so glad that this is working so well for you. I find it a little underwhelming, maybe because of all the rave reviews..I expected miracles. Rahua is up next on my list. I’m too picky aren’t I? lol

    • I don’t think you are picky! I totally understand. Everyone different, skin, different hair, different body…nothing works the same for eveyone. I plan on trying Rahua too, and let’s see how that goes ;) Thank you for stopping by :)

  • Juliet

    I just tried Rahua for the first time tonight and I’m not sold on it yet. My hair feels pretty dry (it’s naturally curly and needs a VERY moisturizing shampoo) and the smell is not for me… I think it smells like licorice. I just got the 2 oz. bottle so I’m going to use it up, but probably won’t buy the full size. Do you think the Yarok would be moisturizing enough for my hair type?

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