Arata Zero Chemical Review

Arata Zero Chemical Review- loved it

Arata Zero Chemical Review

I was excited to use the first zero chemical product of India. They are CG friendly and inexpensively available in India. I have been using them from a couple of days totally in love with them.

Arata Hair Cream

Product Description:

Arata Hair Cream is a 100% Natural hair sculpting cream packed with the natural goodness of Flax Seed and Olive Extracts. It yields international salon-standard looks, without the damage caused by parabens and chemicals found in existing hair products.

Price: Rs.599

Ingredients:

Organic Flax Seed Extract, Coco Glyceride (Coconut Oil Extract), Polyglyceryl-2 Stearate (Vegetable Extract), Glyceryl Stearate (Vegetable Extract), Stearyl Alcohol (Vegetable Extract), Propanediol (Vegetable Extract), Hydrogenated Olea Europaea Oil (Hydrogenated Olive Oil), Olea Europaea Oil (Olive Fruit Oil), Olea Europaea Oil Unsaponifiables (Olive Oil Unsaponifiables), Sorbitan Olivate (Olive Oil Extract), Glyceryl Caprylate (Coconut Extract), Glyceryl Undecylenate (Coconut Extract), Dehydroxanthan Gum (Natural Sugar Extract), Lonicera Caprifolium (Italian Honeysuckle Extract), Lonicera Japonica (Japanese Honeysuckle Extract), Water, ECOCERT Natural Fragrance (Flower Extract), Sodium Gluconate (From Sugar Glucose).

Directions For Use:

Work a generous amount of Arata Hair Cream in to damp hair and work through with your fingers and scurnch your curls using tshirt.

Review:

i. Moisture – Incredibly moisturizing and leaves my curls feeling super soft.

ii. Texture – It’s a lightweight cream and won’t weigh your hair down

iii. Detangle – It spreads easily and has decent slip. I can detangle any knots that may have formed with ease.

iv. Smell – Doesn’t have any particular smell.

v. Curls definition – Gives my curls good definition as long as I use a hard hold gel over it.

vi. Climate – Works well in humid, Indian climate.

Arata Zero Chemical Review

Arata Hair Gel

Product Description:

No fear of hair fall, thinning or whitening ever again. Arata Hair Gel is a 100% Natural medium-to- strong hold hair gel packed with all natural goodness. It yields international salon-standard looks, without the damage caused by parabens and chemicals found in existing hair products. This is 0% Chemical hair styling gel is just what you have been waiting for. Their unique formula contains Natural Flax Seed Extract and eliminates the risk of hair damage without compromising on results.

Price: Rs.599

Ingredients:

Organic Flax Seed Extract, Propanediol (Vegetable Extract), Dehydroxanthan Gum (Natural Sugar Extract), Lonicera Caprifolium (Italian Honeysuckle Extract), Lonicera Japonica (Japanese Honeysuckle Extract), Water, ECOCERT Natural Fragrance (Flower Extract), Sodium Gluconate (From Sugar Glucose).

Directions For Use:

Gel are supposed to be applied on wet hair  after leave in conditioner so it holds curls in place once it’s dry.

DON’T forget to remove the gel cast after your curls fully dry by scrunching with a light oil. This breaks the cast, makes them softer and increase volume.

Review:

i. Texture – It’ has very impressive slip.

ii. Hold – It doesn’t weight down your curls and also define curls.

iii. Smell – Pleasant smell , good for sensitive nose.

Arata Zero Chemical Review

I’m really, REALLY glad I tried. Many of you struggle with finding products on a budget and never had many options, all of you can enjoy the benefits now. This cream and gel suits my curls well and my curls can last 2 days with it.

In my opinion they are best product in Indian market.

Do let me know if you like it too. 
I’d love to hear from you. Feel free to comment on the post or contact me.

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Xoxo

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Tejaswini

Hi, I am Tejaswini and I will be your fashion, curly hair and lifestyle guide (nooo hold on !!!) ..  Just a friend who’s here to influence and inspire you with her ideas and show you how we can be beautiful, trendy, stylish in all aspects of life.

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