Monday, 10 February 2014

VLCC Hair Fall Repair Conditioner Review

VLCC Hair Fall Repair Conditioner with hibiscus extract and coconut oil.

Price: Rs.105 for 100ml


Hydrolysed keratin works on split ends, detangles and leaves hair lustrous and manageable
Coconut oil and hibiscus extracts makes hair healthy and reduces hair fall effectively


Apply on wet hair after shampooing by gentle massaging onto hair and scalp. Leave for 1 -2 minutes. Rinse well.

My Take on the Product:

Recently I bought VLCC Hair Fall Repair Conditioner and using for past 3 weeks from now!
I fell ill several times in last couple months due to bad weather and I’m experiencing hair fall lately as after effects. Still I always use Nizoral Anti-dandruff Solution and The Body Shop Ginger Anti-dandruff shampoo to keep dandruff under control. But hair fall is quite same, so I bought this one as a try!

The conditioner comes in travel friendly tube packaging and the cap is very sturdy. Conditioner smells so coconuts, very mild and has soft creamy texture with not very thick consistency.  I was really sceptical about using this conditioner onto the scalp, but the directions say so, I really used very little on my scalp at my first use and went through my length of hair.  
After drying my hair, conditioner didn’t make my scalp really greasy/oily, instead it leave my scalp fresh and clean. Also it made my hair soft and manageable though not very soft/shiny. The softness lasts for like 48 hours. I haven’t noticed any immediate results, though after 3 weeks use, the product really helped me to reduce my hair fall by 40% and makes hair really naturally soft, and didn’t weigh down my hair at all! I hope in longer use this one will definitely help and I love this conditioner since it really feels very mild on my hair and scalp. Also I started to like this conditioner and I will repurchase.

  • Easily available and affordable
  • Leaves scalp fresh and clean
  • Makes hair soft and gives natural shine
  • Sturdy packaging
  • Contains coconut oil and hibiscus extract
  •  Helps to reduce hair fall for some extent on continuous use
  • Safe for scalp usage

  • Doesn’t make hair super shiny/straight/very soft like other drugstore conditioners
  • Conditioner is mild, so may not suit for very dry hair
  • Full ingredients isn’t mentioned

My Rating: 3.5/5

Each one have different hair type, so results may vary according to each one’s scalp/hair condition.

I hope you find the post useful and interesting!



  1. Nyc review n pics yaar:D m thnking of tryng d shampoo n condi frm ds range!

    1. Sure Agni, it works good and mild, thanks for stopping dear! xo

  2. 40% reduction in hairfall in 3 weeks is not bad yaar. Even i had been sick all January and now this kind of weather is no mood booster.. would definitely give this one a try.
    Currently am using L'oreal nutri gloss shampoo and conditioner.
    Nice review as always :)

  3. lovely pics!! this looks worth a try :) nice review babe :*

  4. Seems worth a try by ur review Gowmy.. nice review :))

  5. somehow vlcc never worked for me....lotus is my fav! love the pics btw very clear!

  6. Very nicely review Gowmi <3 Even I am facing hair-fall issue these days :( Need to try this, thanks :)
    Hope it works for my hair type as well !!

  7. Beautifully reviewed and gorgeous picysss!! Though this might not work for my very dry hair :(

  8. I havent given VLCC hair products a try but this one really seems to be great..Lovely Review as alwayz dear! :)

  9. Nice review dear....may be I can try this once

  10. Wow great pics. Seems a great product!

  11. Nice review and pics Gowthami! I like conditioners that can take care of my dry hair. tresemme conditioners are good for me :)

  12. Looks a decent option .. I have this Love n Hate bond with VLCC products in past .. Nicely Reviewed Dear :)
    My current favorite conditioner is the Sunsilk one :)

  13. I have used this and found it pretty decent! Nice review and lovely clicks Gowthami!

  14. Nicely reviewed! I am having terrible hair fall, i guess I will give this a try.