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Babushka Agafia, lotion and shampoo on cedar propolis

Hello guys! I come to you today with another hair care cosmetics review, this time it is Babushka Agafia , balm and shampoo on cedar propolis .

I remember when the hair blogosphere was overcome by a craze for Russian cosmetics. It was then that I bought a few Russian hair care cosmetics myself – they were extremely cheap, and their descriptions tempted with a wonderful naturalness, what kind of a change after the chemical conditioners full of silicones, which then reigned on drugstore shelves. I especially liked the thin and runny hair balms, which were average as masks / conditioners, but they were pleasant to wash and emulsify hair!

Babushka Agafia, Balm and shampoo on cedar propolis were my favorites, you can say so, because I had two bottles of them, and yet they are huge amounts! It happened so by accident: I bought a shampoo and lotion on sale. The shampoo was a sprinkler and I liked it on average, but I was using it slowly, but the lotion was so pleasant to use that I ordered another bottle of it at a drugstore online. It turned out that someone had mistaken the stickers on the Russian packaging and I was sent a shampoo … Of course, when I tried to condition my hair with it, I am surprised by the new formula that it is so smooth and foamy … But the drugstore quickly corrected the mistake and I got it. a new, free lotion along with a free one, which I consider a very nice gesture on their part. In this way, I tested both of these products twice. I must admit that I still have fond memories of them. If you are interested in more about how this shampoo and balm worked for me, I invite you to the rest of the post.

Babushka Agafia, balm and shampoo on cedar propolis

Babushka Agafia, Siberian hair balm on cedar propolis

Propolis has been valued since the earliest times for its useful healing properties. To this day, people save themselves with propolis, treat diseases with it. Propolis helps in restoring the vital forces of the body and in maintaining beauty and youth. The Siberian herbalist Agafia Ermakova often used propolis to prepare hair balms.

The balm based on cedar propolis strengthens the hair, nourishes it, regenerates its damaged structure. It restores shine and health, hair becomes strong and shiny.

Intended for the care of weak and damaged hair.

Active ingredients:

  • Long-needle pine resin (Pinus Palustris Wood Tar) – a strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, nourishes.
  • Beeswax – polishes, protects and nourishes.
  • Flower pollen (Pollen Extract) – contains virtually all vital ingredients, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and contains ingredients necessary for the health of hair and skin.
  • Cedar propolis (Pinus Sibirica Ledeb Oil) – actively strengthens the hair, effectively regenerates it and removes damage to its structure.
  • Cedar cone pollen (Pinus Sibirica Pollen Extract) – removes skin irritations, heals them quickly, strengthens hair, prevents hair loss
  • White honey (Mel) – nourishes, strengthens, smoothes, restores shine.
  • Organic floral wax (Jasminum Officinale Flower Wax) – protects against excessive drying and the influence of the external environment.
  • Cedrus Oil (Cedrus Deodora Wood Oil) – removes skin irritations, heals them quickly, strengthens hair, prevents hair loss
  • Stoneware raspberry oil (Rubus Saxatilis Oil) – has moisturizing, nourishing and anti-inflammatory properties. It contains vitamins A, C, E, H and vit. group B.
  • Propolis Extract Milk – has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and wound-healing properties.

Composition of INCI:

Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetrimonium Chloride, Behentrimonium Chloride, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Amodimethicone, Dimethicon, Propolis Extract * (organic propolis extract), Inula Helenium Extract (great elm), Humulus Lupulus Flower Extract (Annu oil) sunflower), Cera Alba * (organic white wax), Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil (cedar oil), Chamomilla Recutita Oil (chamomile oil), Geranium Sibiricum Extract * (organic geranium extract), Panax Ginseng Root Extract * (organic ginseng extract) , PEG-12 Dimenthicon, Pinus Sibirica Needle Extract (cedar nut extract), Pinus Sibirica Seed Oil (cedar oil), Pinus Sibirica Seed Oil Polyglyceryl-6 Esters (saponified cedar oil), Xanthan Gum, Hydrolyzed Milk Protein (milk protein) , Panthenol (provitamin B5), Niacinamide (vitamin B3), Ceteareth-20, Citric Acid, Parfum, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, CI 15985, CI 19140, CI 42090, CI 14720.

Capacity: 550ml.

Price: PLN 6.98 – PLN 10

Babushka Agafia

Babushka Agafia, Siberian shampoo on cedar propolis

Propolis has been valued for its healing properties since the earliest times. To this day, it helps to restore vitality, preserve beauty and youth. Agafia Ermakova, a Siberian herbalist, often used propolis to prepare shampoos.

When creating shampoo No. 1 on cedar propolis, Grandma Agafia’s recipe was supplemented with organic floral wax, raspberry and cedar raspberry oils, ginseng, fir resin to make hair strengthening even more effective and effective.

Shampoo based on cedar propolis actively strengthens the hair, effectively regenerates its damaged structure.

Application: Shampoo for weakened hair.

Composition of INCI:

Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Sodium Chloride, Cocamide DEA, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Propolis Extract * (organic propolis extract), Pinus Sibirica Seed Oil (Siberian cedar nut oil), Inula Helenium Extract (omanenium great) , Humulus Lupulus Flower Extract (hops), Helianthus Annuus Hybrid Oil (sunflower oil), Cera Alba * (organic beeswax), Cedrus Atlantica Bark Oil (cedar oil), Chamomila Recutita Oil (chamomile oil), Geranium Sibiricum Extract * (organic geranium extract), Panax Ginseng Root Extract * (organic ginseng extract), Citric Acid, Parfum, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone, CI 15985, CI 19140, CI 42090, CI 14720, CI 16035.
* – organic ingredients

Capacity: 550ml

Price: 8-10 PLN

Related: Bania Agafii, Honey soap for hair and body

Babushka Agafia, balm and shampoo on cedar propolis

Babushka Agafia, balm and shampoo on cedar propolis, my opinion:

I remember when the hair blogosphere was overcome by a craze for Russian cosmetics. It was then that I bought a few Russian hair care cosmetics myself – they were extremely cheap, and their descriptions tempted with a wonderful naturalness, what kind of a change after the chemical conditioners full of silicones, which then reigned on drugstore shelves. I especially liked the thin and runny hair balms, which were average as masks / conditioners, but they were pleasant to wash and emulsify hair! Unfortunately, it quickly turned out that here we cannot trust the composition of cosmetics, the INCI record in Russia is different than what is required by our law, water full of extracts may have different concentrations, and sometimes full of harmful preservatives, which the manufacturer does not have to specify at all. Nobody knew about it then, but fortunately I was never hurt, and I love Russian balms as cheap washers to this day.

Package:

Both products come in a huge bottle with a click stopper that extracts a tiny amount of the product. It’s a plus with shampoo, but in the washing conditioner … I had to unscrew the lid. The capacity of cosmetics is 550 ml and one year for their use. The smell of both products was sweet, floral-honey-herbal.

Action:

The shampoo was a typical herbal ruffler with a creamy and thick brown texture, and I liked it on average – it dried and tangled my hair. However, I was slowly using it, not only for my hair, but also for the shower. The shampoo, however, is extremely foaming and efficient. My partner, however, had no problems with it and was happy to use it to the end.

On the other hand, the lotion was so pleasant to use that I ordered another bottle of it. The composition includes a mixture of water with extracts and oils, emollients and antistatic agents. The consistency is quite thin, but not as dripping from my fingers as in other lotions, it did not run off my hair, although it was difficult to get such a flowing conditioner early. My hair treated only with it after washing was under weight and slightly dry with herbs, coarse and dull. So I quickly started using this lotion as an emulsifier, washing machine and OMO cleanser, here it worked brilliantly. It was pudding, creamy, fragrant and pleasant. It didn’t irritate anything, and the hair was fluffy, soft, and bouncing off the root. For the price – great.

Summary:

I must admit that, despite everything, I have very fond memories of these cosmetics. I especially liked all the Russian thin and runny hair balms, which were average masks / conditioners, but which were pleasant to wash and emulsify hair! These products are efficient and worth the low price, they are definitely worth taking a closer look at.

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