Is Tresemme Shampoo good for Indian hair

I thought it was time for you again little glimpse under my showerwhich is currently in Australia. With the exception of one product, the things I brought with me from India are also very travel-friendly and have not put too much strain on my 15kg luggage limit. After a little over two weeks in Canberra, however, I now also know that my hair doesn't like Indian or Australian tap water excessively and continues to dry out well. So I care more than in Germany, but I still don't get any fluffy, soft tips ... but at least my hair smells good!

TRESemme Keratin Smooth Shampoo I've wanted to try something from the brand for ages and was very happy when I found it in India. But unfortunately they don't seem to like my hair, it smells good, but that's it. They do not feel stronger or softer, they do not shine and they do not curl up nicely. It's good that I only had one travel size here, but I still want to try another variety of the brand, it just has to better suit my hair needs.

Godiva by LUSH She no longer looks beautiful, but still smells very intensely of jasmine. I've already typed a detailed review of this solid 2in1 shampoo and conditioner from LUSH and it's just great for on the go. Takes up hardly any space, does not leak and does a good job, although I would need a little more care in the tips. I can very well imagine buying a new one for the next trip.

Daily Moisture Shampoo from Dove Is from my friend, I hoped this was getting the extra moisturizer that is on offer. Unfortunately it doesn't work either, my hair smells delicious, but it's still strawy and dried out. I had better shampoos from Dove that were more effective.

Garnier Fructis Long & Strong Conditioner Also taken with me in India, the conditioner makes my hair semi-combable. Since I don't like the fructis smell that much, I use only a little product and therefore still have a little struggle. But even with the best will in the world, I can't find a “strengthening” effect, you will notice that my hair is really at its end after all the traveling, the climate and water changes over the past few months.

Himalaya Herbals Protein Hair CreamI wanted to buy a hair mask but then only found this hair cream and I'm still not sure how to use it. The consistency is that of a body cream and according to the internet I should use it before or after washing my hair. If I put them into dry hair, my hair immediately stick together ugly and look terrible. If I use the cream on towel-dried hair after showering, it will also become greasy and feel bad. So I ended up using the cream as a hair mask in the shower, letting it work for a few minutes and then rinsing it off (which takes forever despite the great water pressure). Somehow my hair doesn't feel different afterwards and so this is not a product i will miss in the future.

Light Complete Super Foam Cleaner from GarnierIf it has to be quick and / or I'm just too lazy, I just clean my face in the shower instead of my Mia. With this Garnier cleaner, which is very economical and leaves my skin with a good, squeaky clean feeling. You just have to be careful not to get the blue (hihi) foam in your eyes, it burns like hell.

I don't have a shower gel anymore because mine has run out and I haven't bought a new one for the past three days. So I smell very masculine like an Ax scent, but oh, I can live with that for a few days! In the past, I often only showered with water and survived 😉

All in all, there are not so few products that I carry with me, but thanks to the travel size, they are easy to do. I miss my loofah sponge a little, but it's just not practical for on the go. How are you doing in the shower? Similar many / few products ... and can you recommend something for extremely damaged, dry hair? I will be using my hair oils extensively again next week and hope that it works quickly in combination with German tap water.