Jul 4, 2017

Safi Shayla Shampoo and Conditioner review...

For most modern day women, beauty is a priority.. after all, let’s admit it, we live in a kinda superficial world, sad to say, where people tend to judge you for your looks… at least most of the time.. first impression counts when you meet someone for the first time.. and how you look is also important for landing a job, a project, a date, etc…. and it goes the same way for personal hygiene, from overall cleanliness, hair, etc…

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We have to keep ourselves looking the best we can… and sometimes, just having to keep our hair beautiful can also be a costly affair…. A trip to the salon can be quite costly.. and well.. with the stressors of life, as well as our lifestyle, we have different hair and with that, different hair problems or issues…


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Naturally, we are hoping for some hair products that are of great quality but does not cost us an arm and a leg… with our current economic situation and thin pockets…

So I got to try out Safi Shayla… Before I started, I have to admit I was a little sceptical.. as I preferred well known brands and from all I know, Safi Shayla was just a local halal brand targeting those kampong girls who are looking for cheap toiletries…  sorry…just admitting some of my thoughts, and I seriously mean no offence to anyone at all…

All I know is that Safi Shayla hair care range came in super colourful packaging which you definitely cannot miss… So I sceptically opened up the lid to take a whiff of the scent… and oh my.. it definitely won me over…. The fragrance of this shampoo range was definitely great!


I was given one flexi pack Safi Shayla Anti Dandruff Shampoo for women who wear hijab that came in a sky blue packaging, Safi Shayla Itchy Scalp Control Shampoo for women who wear hijab that came in a turquoise bottle, and also the Safi Shayla Hair Fall Control Shampoo for women who wear hijab that came in a bright orange bottle and last but not least, the Safi Shayla Hair Conditioner for women who wear hijab in a dark purple tube…



Here are a little bit more about the shampoo and conditioner I was given to try….



Hair Fall Control Shampoo - Covered hair with restricted air flow is the root cause of hair loss problem faced by hijab-wearing women.. Safi Shayla Hair Fall Control Shampoo is formulated with Habbatus Sauda and enriched with Protein to strengthen hair structure and reduce hair loss by up to 80%.. No more hair-loss worries !

Itchy Scalp Control Shampoo - Bring a flaky and itchy scalp under control with Safi Shayla Itchy Scalp Control Shampoo. It is enriched with Habbatus Sauda and Argan Oil so that the scalp does not smell and itch. Combined with Menthol to cool, invigorate and refresh. Hair is healthier with a scent that lasts for up to 24 hours

Anti Dandruff Shampoo- Wearing hijab for a long period of time can cause excess sebum and sweat on scalp which leads to dandruff problem.. Safi Shayla Anti-Dandruff Shampoo is formulated with Habbatus Sauda and enriched with ZPT and Menthol to prevent dandruff 2X more effective from the very first wash.. Hair will stay clean, healthy and dandruff-free now !

Hair Conditioner - Apply conditioner after shampooing for healthier, glossier hair, Safi Shayla Hair Conditioner is formulated with 2X more Habbatus Sauda for silky soft and manageable hair. Also enriched with Multivitamins that nourish and moisturize hair to prevent split ends and dryness.. Now hair is smoother and easy to manage remain fragrant for 48 hours..

One main ingredient is the Habbatus Sauda also known as the Nigella Sativa which is an amazing seed… it is touted to be able to make an impact on numerous diseases and complications and well, it is the main ingredient that SAFI Shayla Shampoo and Conditioner has added in their range to encourage hair growth and reduce dandruff and itcy scalp.. That is what that makes SAFI Shayla hair care range stand out from others too..…

Ok, admittedly I do not wear the hijab, and before you start criticising me, please don’t bother… I have a hide of a buffalo… hahahah…I am just not ready… and let it be my own sin to bear…


My daughter on the other hand, sometimes wear the hijab as she is forced to in school… so she comes back home sweaty, somewhat stinky after a long school day…

However, we both used the Safi Shayla Shampoo for women who wear hijab, me using the Hair Fall Control one, and my daughter using the Itchy Scalp Control Shampoo and the Conditioner…

The first time we used it, she was all excited and came to exclaim to me that the shampoo smells so nice and her hair smells good too…and was so much easier to manage aka comb.. since she does have hair that can easily turn into a bird nest…. And guess what, with the usage of Safi Shayla shampoo and conditioner, it has become manageable and it is even fragrant after she removes her school hijab when she comes home from school…


Personally for me, I also noted that after a few usages of the shampoo, my hair fall was definitely a whole lot more lesser then ever….. amazing…

So my thoughts on these Safi Shampoo and Conditioner range… they are great and a must have for all hijabsters, but even if you do not use the hijab, you might like to try it out for the great scent and benefits for our hair.. I am loving it and it will continue to be on my shopping list as well…


The price is very affordable , it smells great and works well.. so it’s definitely a thumbs up…so yes, hanyasafishaylauntuksaya 

You can find it at all leading supermarkets, hypermarkets and pharmacy…so go get yours lah…



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3 comments:

  1. I love the nice smell of the shampoo and I currently using it. No more hair fall

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  2. Thank you very much for sharing the review about these products that will help me to cover my hair fall loss.
    Emma Charlotte | TheAcademicPapers.co.uk

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  3. I guess wearing the hijab needs a lot of hair therapy and it needs a good shampoo and conditioner. I wish to try these too. I expect that these product smells nice too.

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