Natura Siberica Review

Natura Siberica
Today’s post will be on some goodies I’ve received from Natura Siberica a couple of months ago. The lovely peeps over at Natura Siberica sent me their hand cream, Oblepikha Shampoo & Conditioner for trial. I was very surprised when I received the beautifully packaged parcel on my doorstep.

Natura Siberica was founded in 2007 and has been recently launched into the Australian market in September 2015. There is a total of 26 products in the Natura Siberica range for the hair, body, hand creams, soaps and bath salts.

Natura Siberica products are made from herbs, plant adaptogens and natural ingredients sourced from Siberia.

Natura Siberica Oblepikha siberica shampoo and conditioner

Natura Siberica Oblepikha siberica shampoo conditioner

Oblepikha Maximum Volume Shampoo & Conditioner 

Within the Oblepikha Shampoo & Conditioner range, it is split into 3 categories: Maximum Volume, Intensive Hydration & Damaged Hair. I was sent the shampoo and conditioner for Maximum Volume.

Maximum Volume is suited for all hair types whether you want thicker hair or something to help hydrate, this range is for everyone. It helps to provide hair with volume from the roots, saturate hair with moisture and create elasticity in the hair. Both the shampoo and conditioner are formulated with Vitamin C, E and B, Wheat Germ and Taigi Lungwort to help nourish and protect the hair.

Oblepikha Shampoo & Conditioner does not contain the following ingredients:

  • SLS
  • SLES
  • Mineral Oils
  • PEG
  • Parabens
  • Glycol

Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) is the stuff that helps shampoo lather and although this shampoo is free of SLS, it lathers amazingly. If you didn’t read the label, you wouldn’t even be able to tell there’s no SLS.

I’ve been using the shampoo and conditioner for the past 3 weeks and have been thoroughly enjoying it. When I first squeezed the shampoo out of the bottle, I was surprised at the shampoo being orange in colour and it reminded me of an egg yolk (weird comparison I know). Both scents are quite pleasant and consistency is just right too. Packaging wise, I love the bright coloured bottles. However, I found the bottles a little tough to squeeze products out. There’s no issues when it’s still full but when you’re down to the last bit, you might need to use some muscles.

Natura Siberica hand cream

Extra-Firming Hand Cream

Natural Siberica has two hand cream: Extra Firming Hand Cream and the Lifting Hand Cream. Today I’ll be discussing the Extra-Firming Hand Cream.

This hand cream does not contain any silicone, synthetic fragrances, mineral oil, PEG and parabens. 99% of the ingredients used are of natural origin and contains Siberian Ginseng, Limonnik Nanai and Vitamins E & C to help nourish dry hands. I’ve been using this hand cream since Tuesday night but have seen improvements to my dry hands already. The cream absorbs super fast onto the skin and does not leave any sticky residual behind. The cream has a nice texture and smells pretty delicious.

Overall, I love all three products that were sent to me and I’m not just saying this because this was gifted to me. it works incredibly well on my hair and hands. I’ve seen the shampoo and conditioner at Chemist Warehouse so if you’re interested go there and check it out.

Products were sent for consideration. This has not influenced my opinion in any way!

 

5 comments on Natura Siberica Review

  1. Jasmine
    October 27, 2015 at 6:25 pm (1 year ago)

    I’ve been using the shampoo & conditioner as well and love them. Before using them I didn’t much like the smell haha but once it got in my hair it was pleasant enough! xx
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