Thursday, August 2, 2012

Product Review for Henna Sooq's "Sukesh Ayurveda"

Say Goodbye To Traditional Protein Treatments
With Henna Sooq's Sukesh Ayurveda hair is stronger, thicker, shinier and curls have more bounce after just one use. This all organic Ayurvedic powder is a mixture of cassia obovata, organic amla, organic neem, organic aloe vera, organic tulsi, brahmi, bhringraj, and shikakai. These ingredients are sure to enhance scalp health and promote growth. This is part of my regimen that I use once every 4 to 8 weeks.
 The smell was fresh and earthy, almost like fresh picked black tea leaves. It actually made me want to make a cup of tea it smelled so much like it. The color is green, kind of like a light sage green. This product can be mixed with water, oil, lemon juice, herbal tea or apple cider vinegar. I mixed mine with a mixture of warm water and acv.  If you ever made mud pies when you were little then you know what to expect with this product as far as textured when mixed. It felt a little rough when I was applying it to my hair so I was very careful not to rub too hard when applying it. I left it on for an hour and a half then rinsed it away with warm water. My strands felt stronger when I rinsed the Sukesh out of my hair. It rinsed out pretty well but there were bits and pieces of powder balls left in my hair, which came out easily when I  shampooed my hair. Over I am very pleased with this product. I will say that I like it better with plain water rather than acv.  I will say that you MUST DEEP Condition after any herbal or powder Ayurvedic treatment, this is something I did not do  the first time, because of that my hair was left dried out the morning after. The second time I just used warm water to mix it and deep conditioned and my hair looked and felt amazing afterward.
I can definitely say without a doubt this is a staple and will remain a part of my regimen. Unlike henna there's no need to let the mixture sit before applying it and you can leave it on for one to two hours; there is also no need to wear gloves unless you have a problem with it getting under your nails. If you have any questions you can call Khadija at Henna Sooq @ 410-579-4543 they are open from 10 am til 6 pm. Their website is

1 comment:

  1. hi i have read your review of that henna mixture thing you use sukesh ayurveda um where do you buy that does that big bag come with that ingredient or do you have to make it on your own. do you think it may soften my dry 4c hair or grow my dried 4c hair.