Deyga Hair Care Range: Hair Butter & Hair Pack Review

Deyga Hair Care Range: Hair Butter & Hair Pack Review

Hello,
Recently I came to know about a newly launched brand named ‘Deyga‘, which is an Organic skin and hair care brand focused to avoid all harsh chemicals out of life and cherish what nature offers, their products are made from handpicked organic ingredients! I got a chance to try a few of their pure and natural handcrafted products, which I am reviewing in this post!
This is probably my first ever post featuring a hair mask and hair butter. I am a lazy bum when it comes to hair care, but I’m always up for trying new hair trends. So my hair was in dire need for some TLC after a lot of abuse with blow dryers and flat irons. Today I am here to share my experience with these beautiful organic hair care products from Deyga Organics.

Deyga Hair Pack

Ingredients:

Deyga hair pack is a moderately fine powder that contains “Hibiscus, Henna, Rubia, Moringa, Aloe, Cassia ( a variety of cinnamon), Indigo, Amla, Sidr.”

How To Use:

“Take the required amount of hair pack and add to curd or egg white for dilution, apply on to scalp and hair, leave it for 30 minutes, and wash with shampoo.”

Packaging:

This hair pack comes in classic Deyga-style transparent glass jar, with a black lid.

 

The Ugly Duckling Review

Okay! So let me start with the fact that powder products always perform far better than liquid or cream formulations. This hair pack from Deyga has a dusty pale yellow-green kind of color and it smells exactly like henna powder. All the ingredients it has are very conditioning for scalp and hair. So I mixed two teaspoons of it with plain water to make a semi-thick paste just to see how effective it is. Yes, it made my hair silky soft right after the first wash. Judging by the smell, I felt like it is just another herbal henna but no, this is way more potent than any other powder hair pack I have ever used. I sometimes mix it with egg white or curd, honey, etc. to enhance the results but this pack itself is extremely effective. Also, I have some premature grey hairs which get slightly covered due to the indigo in it. By now I have reduced the frequency of using this from 2-3 times a week to once a week because I was using this as a replacement of shampoo. It cleanses the scalp thoroughly and I don’t need to make extra efforts to wash it off of my hair. In the end, I don’t even require a separate conditioner because this hair pack does it all. Though I use shampoo now because the smell kind of lingers on and I do not enjoy that. All in all, it is a good herbal hair mask with nourishing ingredients. A must buy if you are into organic hair care products.

Deyga Hair Butter

Ingredients:

Deyga hair butter contains “Raw Mango Butter, Shea Butter, Virgin Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Ylang Ylang Essential Oil.”

How To Use:

Scoop a little with a dry spoon and massage hair and scalp with it. Leave it to work its magic for 30 minutes and wash off.

Packaging:

This butter comes in a medium-sized round plastic jar with a black lid and a separator. It’s a very secure and sturdy packaging, the jar can be reused once the product is over.

The Ugly Duckling Review

As I have mentioned earlier that I am not a big haircare person, so I have never tried hair butter before. Looking at the ingredients I was very much curious to see how mango butter, shea butter, ylang ylang essential oil works on my dry frizzy hair. This butter is very thick yet nonsticky, melts quickly when rubbed in between the fingers. So I used it as described and my first hair wash experience was terrible. I kept on rubbing my scalp and hair but the grease won’t just come off. So I did a little bit of research on how to use hair butter. The next time I melted it and used as an oil. I applied it all over my scalp & hair and I went straight into the shower after 30 minutes. This time it was easier to wash it all off but still, I required a bit extra shampoo than usual. This hair butter tends to cling onto the roots of the hair. Of course, it has heavy butter so I totally understand that. After a few trials and errors, my post-wash experiences are all good now. It does not make my oily scalp feel greasy, my damaged hair feels soft, look nourished, and lively. So even after not liking it initially, I have grown into this product now. In fact, I reach out to this more often than my regular oil. This hair butter from Deyga has a beautiful floral aroma too, which is probably of ylang ylang EO but it goes away after the wash. Only half a teaspoon of this butter is enough for my shoulder-length hair because it needs to be melted and used as an oil. I feel this butter is a quick fix for the overnight intense oil massage ritual. In fact, it does a better job than oils and that too in just 30 minutes.

Deyga Liquid Gold Hair Serum

Ingredients:

Deyga Liquid Gold Hair Serum contains, “100% organic argan oil, jojoba oil, carrot seed oil, flaxseed oil, pumpkin seed oil, peppermint essential oil, vitamin E oil.”

How To Use:

“Drop some liquid gold on to the scalp and give a gentle massage for the serum to penetrate in.”

Packaging:

Deyga Liquid Gold Hair Serum has a dropper bottle packaging which I love about it. This makes the application really easy and hygienic. It comes with an outer cardboard pack with plastic lids which makes this more secure. The glass bottle itself is very strong and sturdy, with no chances of leakage or breakage while traveling.

The Ugly Duckling Review

I have always been a silicon-based serum user, they never fail to provide an instant boost of shine to the hair. Well, they are not the best choice for daily purposes. I always see a sudden dullness the very next day of application of silicon-based serums. So this Liquid Gold Hair Serum from Deyga is my first ever oil-based serum. I use it every day on my semi-dry hair strands just the way I use any hair serum. Only on those days of a scalp TLC, I put it on my scalp. It works so well on all hair types, I have tried this on my mother’s oily hair as well. The nourishing oils in this liquid gold serum lock in moisture into the hair strands and make them healthier over time. It won’t show results right from the first application itself. With time it makes hair more hydrated, hence hair appears more lustrous. Also, it does not make my hair look dull and coarse the next day like the silicon-based hair serums do. So I feel this oil-based serum works slowly but definitely runs ahead in the game. With this serum in my vanity, I sometimes skip conditioner confidently, knowing that my hair won’t go all frizzy. Last but not the least, this hair serum boosts hair growth when applied on scalp as directed, so it literally gives me the best of both worlds kinda experience. The only thing that bothers me that it is a bit pricey, but it is a great investment for damaged, dull hair. Just 3-4 drops suffice for my shoulder-length hair and I typically use 5-6 drops on my scalp which boosts hair growth insanely.

Where to buy online in India: deyga.in
Would I recommend Deyga brand:

Overall, the Deyga brand has really impressed me with its natural and pure products. And the fact that they’re handmade delights me because it just means utmost patience and craft have been used to manufacture such an organic collection of skincare and haircare products. Even the packaging, though simple, tells us the brand is natural. I definitely recommend the brand.

 

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