Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo Review, Swatch
I experimented with my hair care range a lott lately but nothing seems to work for my oily scalp and dry hair. I was on the lookout for a good shampoo that adds life, volume to my hair and shortlisted a few of them in “Hair Care range for Dry Hair”. So, I started with first one from the list see if it does work for me, Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo.
Product Claims: Schwarzkopf presents ‘Bonacure Fibre Force’ shampoo, which gently cleanses extremely damaged hair and restores it from within. The innovative complex with micronised hair identical keratins reinforces the inner hair fibre to strengthen the entire hair structure.
- BC Fibre Force introduces a new dimension of hair repair returning even most eroded hair to its optimal level of force and resilience.
- For the first time the formulas with Micronized Hair-Identical Keratins penetrate deeply into the hair architecture to re-cement specifically the Cell-Membrane-Complex, the intercellular bonding cement responsible for strong and resilient hair fibre.
- BC Fibre Force Shampoo gently cleanses extremely damaged hair and restores it from within.
Direction for Use:-Work into wet hair and rinse out.
Price:- Rs.900 for 200ml
Shelf Life:- 3 years from the Mfg date.
Packaging:- Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo comes a chubby black colored tube type packaging with transparent plastic lid opening. The cap shuts tightly and won’t allow the shampoo to leak during travels.
My experience with Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo:-
Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo is a pearly translucent white colored liquid in a thin runny consistency. I pour a small amount onto my palms and rub it on my wet hair. To my disappointment it didn’t lather at all and I have to pour it 2-3 time to cover my scalp. I thought it won’t be able to remove oil from the scalp and my hair will look all sticky, so after rubbing it onto my hair for around a minute or two rinsed it off with water.
But to my surprise, it cleansed my hair thoroughly removing all traces of oil and dirt from the scalp without stripping off moisture unlike most of the sulfate based shampoos. It rinses off easily leaving behind no residue. The shampoo has a lovely fragrance which makes my hair smell good whole day even after they have dried completely.
I have used it twice on my un-oiled hair in succession and even without any conditioner my hair felt soft, smooth and frizz free. It doesn’t weigh down my hair rather adds a nice bounce and shine to them. I have an oily scalp but it controlled oil for good 3-4 days. Following with a conditioner will add more shine to my tresses but I am super-happy with the results even without it.
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Pros of Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo:-
- Thin runny texture
- Applies easily
- Rinses quickly without leaving any residue
- Smells good
- Reduces hair fall
- Makes hair silky smooth
- Adds a nice volume
- Hair looks shinier and healthier
- Doesn’t need to follow with a conditioner
- Keeps scalp oil-free for 3-4 days
- Convenient to use packaging
Cons of Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo:-
- Price is on the higher side
- Doesn’t lather much
- Needs to be used generously
- Contains SLS and Parabens
Recommendation:- Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo turns out to be one of the best shampoo for my oily scalp and dry hair. It cleanses thoroughly, makes hair smooth and shiny, adds a nice volume and controls oil basically everything that you will expect from a shampoo. It doesn’t lather and have to be used generously for one time application but considering the results I don’t mind it. I am planning to get a backup of this shampoo and add Hair mask from this range to my hair care regime as well. I am in love with this shampoo and if you are okay with sulphates present in the formula and the price, I am sure you will love it too. Highly Recommended!
Have you tried Schwarzkopf BC Bonacure Fibre Force Shampoo? Which is your favorite shampoo?