Product for covered hair

hijabtrendz review

We recently received some hair care products from Sahfee Care.

It’s a company based in the Netherlands and they make hair care products that are vegan and halal certified.

They also claim not to contain any alcohols, parabens or animal extracts.

Now, to be honest I’ve never really taken the time to analyze whether I need special shampoo or conditioner because I “cover” my hair.

However, I thought I’d give these items a try.

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I only tried the pink bottles so far, because they sent a lot of stuff, so it will take me time to go through them lol.

When I poured the shampoo in my hand I was surprised at its bright pink color, I guess it’s an acquired thing. I’m used to only clear shampoos for the most part. Also, because I’m in the US it does a lot of international items take time to get used to. It doesn’t smell like almond, which is what I was expecting because it has almond oil in it. It has a perfume like smell but I can’t place it or figure out what exactly I can compare it to.

There may be some “lost in translation” because the products are marketed as preventing hair loss, and I think that’s a very steep claim to make. Most hair loss is due to genetics, diet, or using lots of heating tools on your hair etc.

Overall, it’s great to see a company that is marketing to Muslim women and those who wear hijab, because it’s not often we get to be in the spotlight as a consumer.

You can find more information on the Sahfee Care website.

Have you ever seen hair care products marketed toward hijabis outside of Muslim majority countries?