Saturday, November 15, 2008

Bawang Hair-strengthening Shampoo


Readers to my website should have known by now that I have just bought a shampoo called Pregaine.
I have been using it for one week now and so far the results are quite okay: I experienced the less oily scalp which the manufacturers have claimed.

But, I would want something that not only cleanses my scalp, I want something that could simulate hair growth too.
This is where I train my eyes to a product which has been promoted quite recently in Singapore. Starring Jackie Chan, no I mean endorsed by Jackie Chan, this shampoo called Bawang Shampoo, is a all Chinese herbal shampoo which contains ginseng, said to simulate hair growth, by the sales woman but only for the hair strengthening type.

I bought the 400 ml type today for $7.80 only at a store which sells things cheaply, and I used it during shampooing when bathing.
It is just like normal shampoo.. except it is brown in colour. However on rinsing, the fluid turns white, just like normal shampoo.
I checked the ingredients in the shampoo and was surprised and glad it does not contain the usual sodium laurate sulphate, which some said, is harsh to the scalp. Instead, it contains polyocyethylene laurate sulphate and Ammonium laurate sulphate.. which may be gentler in my belief.
I am now trying to use an all natural approach: scalp massage in the morning, visit Bee Choo Herbal Hair Treatment once in 3 or 4 weeks, use Bawang and eat lots of vitamin and avoid oily diet.
I will update my progress.. stay tuned!

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