Oct 17, 2011

The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Shampoo


TBS Rainforest Radiance Shampoo for Colored Hair - Remove dulling residues for prolonged color radiance using a gently cleansing shampoo without silicones, sulphates, parabens or colorants.  With pracaxi oil, bilberry extract, linseed oil and Community Trade sugar.

TBS The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Shampoo Colored Hair Reviews Ingredients Sulfate Paraben Free

The Rainforest haircare range from TBS has products that contain no parabens, silicones, or colorants - easily biodegradable and uses recycled packaging as much as possible.  I picked up the Rainforest Radiance Shampoo, best for colored hair since it has antioxidant bilberry extracts to protect hair.  Packaged in simple dark-colored bottles with a flip-open cap to dispense the product, this is a clear shampoo (no colorants in this) with a pleasant smell.

TBS The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Shampoo Colored Hair Reviews Ingredients Sulfate Paraben Free
TBS The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Shampoo Colored Hair Reviews Ingredients Sulfate Paraben Free

My experience with the TBS Rainforest Radiance shampoo

This is a very gentle shampoo, with a very soft lather.  While I have no problem with the lack of much lather (since this is a sulfate-free shampoo), I do feel I need to use more of the product to get the same clean feel that I would get for less product from other regular shampoos.  It might be something to keep in mind for anyone with thicker hair or for anyone who does a deep conditioning oil treatment before the wash.  It leaves my hair clean without making it too dry, but I have definitely seen more moisturizing shampoos than this.  The shampoo does strike a balance between removing dulling residues and not drying out too much.  I follow this up with a conditioner as usual.

TBS Rainforest Radiance Shampoo for Colored Hair - Ingredients:

TBS The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Shampoo Colored Hair Reviews Ingredients Sulfate Paraben Free

A gentle shampoo that is perfect for colored hair as it definitely does help the color stay on longer.  I prefer moisturizing shampoos, though, since in my list of hair problems dry hair ranks higher than color retention problems, but that's just my preference.

The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Shampoo for colored hair (available here) - Cost:  $10.00/250 mL

Complete list of TBS Product Reviews check here.

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25 comments:

  1. Radsu....I ordered this one....but not colour protectant.....moisturizing one.....I dont colour my hair na...isliye....but it might be similar one na....Heer had suggested banana one also from body shop but I coudln't find it online....:(....which other shampoos from TBS do you suggest which are much more moisturizing than this....

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  2. This is the first TBS shampoo I am trying...:| You try the moisturizing shampoo and tell me if it's good :D

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  3. I was thinking to get the rainforest range seeing my frayed hairs but then just before that i bought herbal essences's Beautiful ends..and its amaaaaazing !
    You should seriously try that one Rads :D

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  4. Oh really? Is goooooooooood? Me want that kinds only..frayed ends so relates to my kind of hair :| :| I search for it next time I go shopping..thankooooo :D

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  5. Err...what color is it..this beautiful ends? :P

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  6. I prefer moisturizing shampoos too :)

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  7. Its red colour..i read online its called 'long term relation' in US and beautiful ends in uk/asia..I dont know why :/

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  8. i use this regularly...but i prefer using it when i have not applied oil.....its good for an everyday shampoo when u hv colored hair...i would also go for a moisturising one next time....

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  9. Raddsuuuu...I use the moisture one and sounds same only...its very thick to apply so i have to dilute with water as well...i bought it just for the no silicones and bla bla things but my hair is curly and seems to love the stuff as the moisture conditioner is quite thick as well i think it balances out if u use the range together...also i go the butter you reviewed and i use it as deep conditioning treatment only

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  10. Deb - It's the same with me too..I dilute shampoos with water before using instead of applying them directly. I find it easier to use this way :D I didn't like the butter so much and passed it off to my friend. She loves it :|

    Priya - Yup.,,,moisturizing range it is :D

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  11. Oh Rads yeah i read your struggle with the butter =/ but I think its very misleading the way TBS says to use it....as i think you have fine hair its too heavy for use as conditioner. I use it whenever I feel like doing a deep moisturizing and put a bucket load of that goo on my hair and use heat for some 25 minutes and let it cool off and rinse it and its done...i quite like it that way havent tried using it any other fashion so far

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  12. I tried a lot of ways, Deb, and it didn't work for me any which way (though, I confess, I didn't try your method :D :D). My hair seemed just as dry or worse after using it..but you are right, it did seem to weight down my hair too much.

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  13. Hahaaha, yeah also I believe you should never follow instructions/measures when it comes to hair products =/ except chemicals ofcourse xD I mean they dont know our hair how dare they say how much product I need? I put the heellll of as much as i please :D hmmmpfff :smug:

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  14. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmpfffffffffffff indeed :D :D

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  15. every one praising TBS shampoos so much- now meko bhi try karna padega....

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  16. Bee, they have smaller size bottles too which cost around $4 or 5..wallet-friendly trials :D

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  17. I tried the Shine version of this & it's alright. I love the smell but as you say, I need more product for lather. Good basic shampoo, no loads of shine or anything. This time I picked up the banana one :D

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  18. The banana one smelled just too real to me...I never bought it because of that :|

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  19. This rainforest range seems to be quite good na...my hair toh remains same no matter what shampoo I try....They are sooo weird!!!!!!!!!!!! But me want this now!! :D :D :D

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  20. Oh but that's nice..doesn't work that way for my hair :D

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  21. i have used both moisture and shine shampoos and you know radhika i use to love how my hair used to feel but these never added any volume or life to my hair. :( I still have a bottle of it lying with me now. as the winters are approaching here i guess I'd alternate between the loccitane one and this one.

    the third photee is bherry naice. :D :D

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  22. I bought a conditioner today - a natural/organic company based in San Francisco. Hope it's good :D

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  23. you have sooo many opttionnnnnnnnsssssss grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  24. I wonder if this is available in India?

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  25. Hi Vidhya..the TBS does have Rainforest range in India - it was launched some time back :)

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