Ethicare Remedies Trichoz Hair Serum Review, Usage and Price

Hello all, I am back after a long gap! I am not doing well from yesterday as I have got a throat infection and it is paining like hell. Anyway, I have been also suffering from hair problems recently like excess hair fall and friziness. My doctor says this is due to stress. Well, I had to look for some good solution to my friziness at least. I had this hair serum called Trichoz from Ethicare Remedies a lying unused in my drawer for few weeks, I decided to give it a try and here is my verdict about the product after a usage of two long weeks:

Price: 100 ml for INR 290.

Key ingredients: Amino acids, Vitamin E, O.M.C, UV filters

Method of use: Apply a pea size solution to wet or dry hair and apply it evenly from root to tips.

My take on the product: Ethicare Remedies Trichoz hair serum comes in a transparent tiny bottle with a flip cap. It reminds me of the smaller version of matrix serum. Due to its small size and sturdy packaging, it is very convenient to carry it around in a small purse.


The hair serum is non sticky but is thicker in consistency compared to all other hair serums I have used so far. People with oily scalp or thin hair be very careful not to use too much of the hair serum as it will further weigh down your hair.


The serum has UV filters that protect hair from sun damage, it also smells very pleasant. After applying it for two weeks, I can feel that my hair frizziness has gone and my hair feels more manageable than before. On application, the serum spreads evenly on hair and reduces hair tangles. The hair serum also reduces split ends, seals hair cuticles and imparts a healthy shine.


If you have too dry hair then this serum will act as an instant moisturizer. The only thing which I do not like is the thick consistency of the serum; I wish it was a little bit more on the lighter side.


Pros: 1. Reduce frizziness

  1. Nourishes hair
  2. Strengthens hair cuticles
  3. Smells pleasant
  4. Very convenient to carry around

Cons: The consistency is very thick and might weigh down thin hair

Rating: 4/5

Recommendation: I will recommend Ethicare Remedies Trichoz hair serum to all those who suffer from dry, brittle and lifeless hair.

  • PR sample, honest review



How To Get Rid Of Dandruff Naturally

Hello everyone, how are you all doing? There is less than two months for the “pujo” to come and I’m already excited as well as confused about what to shop and what to skip. Right now, I’m doing more of window shopping and waiting for the new stocks/ fresh arrivals at the stores. The stores in South city mall here in Kolkata are still full of clearance sale stocks! Anyways, since I have less than two months in hand to look our best on those three days of Durga puja, I have started a regular skin and hair care routine at home.


Today I’ll talk about my haircare routine in this post. Coming to my hair, I have mid length hair which is naturally wavy. Though my hair is dry, my scalp is very oily and hence I often face hair fall problems arising from dandruff that are not flaky but tend to stick to my scalp and are really hard to remove! Dandruff is one of the major concern for my hair and here I’ll be sharing some super easy home remedies to get rid of dandruff naturally. Have a look at them below:

1. Baking soda Shampoo


Yes! baking soda can do wonder to your hair and can remove those white bits if dandruff peeping through your hair. Baking soda is a natural exfoliant that can remove dead skin cells that accumulate in our scalp and it also have anti fungal properties that helps to keep the fungus caused by dandruff at bay. all you need is to mix 2 table spoons of baking soda in 1 cup of lukewarm water and apply generously in your hair focusing more on the scalp area. Rinse well and wash off with normal water. Repeat if necessary.

2. Tea Tree Oil


Use shampoo containing tea tree oil or simply add 2 drops of tea tree oil to coconut oil and massage on your scalp well. Leave it overnight and wash off your hair in the morning with a mild shampoo. You will find your hair dandruff free with regular usage. Tea tree oil has natural antiseptic and antifungal properties and has been inĀ  use for years in preparing tropical medicines. It can help getting rid of dandruff and other scalp infections.

3. Fenugreek seeds


Grind 2 table spoons of fenugreek seeds or methi and soak it in a small bowl and leave it overnight. Strain the water in morning and use it to rinse your scalp well. Fenugreek seeds are rich in protein and amino acids and boosts hair growth and improves hair texture naturally.

4. Mouthwash


Shocked? You heard it right! Mouthwash is very effective in banishing dandruff. Mix 2 parts of water with 1 part of mouthwash. After regular shampoo., pour this mixture to your scalp, leave on for 20 minutes and then wash off well with water. Mouthwash is formulated in such a way that it can ward off fungus from the scalp, a common prob with people facing excessive dandruff problems.

5. Aspirin


Crush an aspirin and mix it with a mild shampoo to wash your hair. You will get rid of dandruff within a week or two!

6. Aloevera Gel


Aloevera gel has soothing properties and prevent accumulation of dead skin cells by controlling their growth rate. Aloevera is very soothing for all kinds of infections. Apply aloevera gel to your scalp and leave on for half an hour, wash off with regular shampoo after this to get rid of dandruff flakes.

7. Salt


Salt acts a great natural exfoliator and prevents accumulation of dead skin cells. Use 2 table spoons of salt and massage it in your slightly dampened scalp for 5 minutes. Wash off with regular shampoo-conditioner. salt also helps to get rid of scalp itchiness caused due to scalp infection!

So now you have seven easy and cheap products available at home to get rid of dandruff. Use them regularly to get rid of dandruff and get a clean, problem free scalp. Do share with me if you are aware of any more home remedies to get rid of dandruff.