Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Trichup Kertain Hair Mask and Shampoo - Product Review

I read somewhere , " Invest in your hair, it is the crown, that you can never take off ". I am very particular about choosing products for my hair. I noticed from the past few months, my hair became very lifeless , brittle and started falling.There’s nothing more demotivating than finding out that you’re losing your hair frequently.I was looking for something which was not harsh on my hair and at the same time repaired my hair. I came across Trichup Hair brand.

Trichup is a flagship brand of Vasu Healthcare. Their range of products includes Oil, Shampoos, Serums, Hair packs, Henna and Hair Creams. It is an Indian brand and has been in the market since 1990. Their products are made with natural herbs and is free of harmful chemicals.It is dermatologically tested and is prescribed by doctors.  The most common problems related to Hair are hair loss, dandruff,dry hair, dull hair, frizzy and brittle hair. Most of the women suffer from minimum one of the above issues. The good news is that Trichup has a solution for all the above problems.

I recently used their Keratin Hair mask and Keratin damage repair shampoo.

Keratin Hair Mask :

The hair-care mask is used in the convenience and comfort for good health for hair.The keratin forms a protective shield around the hair shaft.Keratin protein binds moisture to the hair and improves shine, volume, and manageability.Trichup Keratin Hot Oil Treatment Hair Mask gives increased flexibility and tensile strength.

Its benefits are: 

  • Improves the hair appearance overall.
  • Trichup Keratin Hot Oil Treatment Hair Mask helps to retain the hair moisture.
  • It reduces the frizziness of hair
  • It is suitable to all hair types.

My review :

The hair mask is very easy to apply. I have been using is for the last three months and I am very happy with the results. Spread over the wet hair from root to tip after shampooing.Leave for 10 to 15 minutes, preferably with hair wrapped in the hot towel.Rinse off thoroughly. My hairs is not dull anymore. the friziness has reduced and it looks really nice. 

Trichup Keratin Shampoo :

Keratin is a kind of protein in hair, which provides strength, flexibility and softness. Trichup Keratin Shampoo is fortified with Keratin protein, which forms a layer over the hair replacing the lost Keratin and rebuilds strength, returns elasticity and reduces breakage. It also contains suitable conditioners to leave hair healthy, shiny and frizz-free.

The main features of this shampoo are :

  • It is free from harmful chemicals.
  • It does not have any side effects. 
  • It has been tested on animals.

My Review :

The shampoo is not harsh on the hair at all. It has a very pleasant fragrance. My hair has become more shilny, they have more volume and have become manageable now. The best thing is that my split ends have reduced and they are not frizzy anymore.

If you are facing hair fall and dullness of hair, I highly recommend these Trichup Keratin Hair mask and Trichup Keratin shampoo. 

You can buy the products from the below links :

Vasu Store : 

Amazon :

Sunday, September 6, 2020

The Itsy Bitsy Spyder - Book Review

 Book Review

The Itsy Bitsy Spyder 

Book Name : The Itsy Bitsy Spyder 

Author        : Apeksha Rao

Format        : E book

Pages         : 68

Blurb :

What do you do when your mother feels that you don’t trust her?
If you’re Samira Joshi, and your mother is an elite spy who works for RAW, the first thing you do is … hide the knives.
After that, you go straight to the therapist that she has chosen.
For, when your mother knows seventeen different ways to kill a man, you don’t argue with her. Much.
Unless she’s trying to destroy your dreams.
Then, you fight dirty. Like a spy.
Samira is sweet, sassy, and almost seventeen. She dreams of becoming a badass spy like her parents.
And, why not?
That’s exactly what her parents have trained her to be.
So, why is her mother suddenly acting like a typical Indian mom and pushing her to be a doctor?
Samira can swear on her stack of covert operative manuals that it has something to with her mother’s last mission.
Her therapist disagrees. She feels the key to the mystery lies in Samira’s childhood.
Between her mother’s drama, a trouble-making grandmother, and a confused therapist, Samira’s life is spinning out of control.
What’s a good spy to do when her dreams are in danger?

This book is the prequel to Along Came A Spyder, the first book in The Spyder Series.

Why did I read the book ?

Growing up, I was always fascinated by spy stories and how they operated. This book intrigued me and I was fascinated to read about Samira's mother's work. Also, I enjoy reading books which a series of books and this book is a prequel to Along came a Spyder in the The Spyder Series.

Review :

This book is a Young Adults, fiction book and it introduces the readers to Smira's life which is full of wonderful adventures. I loved Smira and her mother's characters. The  argument between mother and daughter is exactly how a mother and a teenage daughter have constantly.The book is very easy to read and can be read in a single sitting. Some of the comments made by the grandmother were very witty. I loved the twists and turns in the book . I am looking forward to reading the sequel of the book. I want to know what happened in Georgia and what happened to Smira when she was five years old and whe is she not able to openly talk about it.

About the author :

Apeksha Rao is a multi-genre author from Bangalore.

She is the author of Along Came A Spyder, which is the story of a seventeen year old girl who wants to be a spy.

Apeksha has written many short stories based on the same series.
She is a voracious reader and a foodie.

Apeksha’s current works in progress: A middle-grade book, a chick-lit featuring a detective, and a horror novel (the writing of which is giving her sleepless nights).

Rating : 4/5

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