BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo REVIEW

BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo REVIEW after finishing 6 bottles

Finally, I am writing this BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo review today. I know how much I love this shampoo and how long it has been since I thought of writing a review on it but couldn’t. It’s been more than a year I have been using this shampoo and this happens very rarely. Curious to know how this BON Organics Shampoo has become my favorite  Shampoo till date? Read on to know more about how this shampoo worked for me, and so may also work for you.

BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo REVIEW

As usual, I am gonna write the review with the packaging and ingredients followed by the pros and cons. So, Jump in where ever you are interested in. Now, Let’s Start with the packaging details of BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo.

Let’s start with the packaging…

The BON Organics Aloe Vera shampoo comes in a small bottle kinda packaging that is made with plastic. The bottle is transparent as you can see and the cap is white color.

Until now there was no product spillage or broken caps. I carry it in my travel bag occasionally and I didn’t particularly find any con of this packaging.

Defiantly a travel friendly one and handy to use.

BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo REVIEW


The one thing that I like about BON Organics is the simplicity in their choice of Ingredients. The Ingredients in BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo are so simple. Here is the full list of ingredients.

Ingredients:  Safe surfocants invigorated with Organic Aloe Vera, Organic essential oils of Chamomile, Vitamin E, Blueberry, Natural Conditoner. Contains No Harsh Chemicals, No alcohol, No animal products or sulfates. Ingredients are certified by following (below) certifications. See the Snap below.


BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo REVIEW

What’s the product says??

This gentle yet effective cleanser is also an energizing hair volume enhancer This artistic craft is a 100% handmade shampoo

Direction for Use:

Take required quantity of BON Aloe Vera Shampoo on palm and create a vague lather. Apply on to hair and scalp and continue to lather. Finally, cleanse and rinse thoroughly. Repeat if necessary.


Quantity & Price??

Quantity is 200 ml for INR- 315/- with a shelf life of 2 years.


BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo Review – My Opinion

Ever since I switched to Organic Skin care and Hair care routines, I tried many Shampoos that contain no harmful chemicals such as mineral oils, silicons, synthetic chemicals, SLES/SLS, artificial colorants, preservatives and fragrances.

After I Used the Soultree Licorice Hair Repair Shampoo, I was searching for a shampoo that is more budget friendly and doesn’t dry my ends especially in the summer.  And that is the time I found this BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo. I decided to give it a try and so ordered a small 100ml bottle of the shampoo from their website.

The consistency of the shampoo is a thick viscous liquid. The shampoo is transparent and has no color. It quickly spreads through the hair and lathers quite well. I didn’t expect an Organic Shampoo to lather pretty decently similar to SLES/SLS Shampoos. Quite Impressive.

The shampoo has a Blueberry flavor aroma. I guess, its because of the Blueberry essential oil which is mentioned in the product ingredients list above. The aroma is not at all strong or irritating to the ones who have sensitive nose. A nice, pleasant and sweet refreshing aroma that lingers on your hair for an hour or two.

BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo REVIEW

Coming to the effectiveness of the product, BON Organics Aloe Vera Shampoo is the mildest shampoo you will ever use. It is will neither be harsh on the dry hair nor too exfoliating to the oily scalp which can strip away the natural oils on the scalp.

My scalp gets oily quickly. After switching to this shampoo I have experienced that my scalp is less oily now and I can even Flaunt my hair on my 3rd day of my hair. It controlled the excess sebum production on my scalp that lead to oily scalp.

It cleanses my scalp very well, even though it’s oiled. Though I wash my hair twice whenever I oil my hair, I really felt that there was no need of second wash while I was cleansing my hair with this shampoo.

It gives a nice bounce to the hair without making it frizzy and dry. As my hair is already thick, I do not prefer my hair to be that bouncy 😛 So I do use a conditioner to smoothen my hair and make it more manageable.

I do not believe in reducing or increasing the hair growth or hair loss through a shampoo. Shampoo is solely for cleansing one’s scalp and to remove the excess dirt, oil and buildup of products. So, I cannot comment on the part of hair growth or hair loss here. Although there was no considerable difference that I could notice in the loss of hair count during washing my hair, I can say that it doesn’t weigh down the hair by making it more thin and sleek.


I am OK for

  1. Fool proof USDA Organic certified product, no harmful chemicals and not tested on animals.
  2. Made with minimal truly natural ingredients that are safe and to skin
  3. Lathers well unlike other natural shampoos.
  4. Cleanses well without stripping the natural oils
  5. Doesn’t dry out the ends.
  6. Affordable and cheap
  7. Travel friendly packaging


I am NOT OK for

  1. Available only on their website and no COD option. So, the next time you are about to finish your shampoo order it a week before 🙂


One Last Line

It is hard to find a shampoo that lathers well and at the same time has no harmful chemicals and made with pure Organic ingredients like this one. So Ladies,  No more excuses on switching to a this mild organic shampoo.

I have also tried their Nature inspired Natural Body Lotion. You can check the review, if you are interested to try out more such organic skin and hair care products from BON.



Only registered users can comment.

  1. Great feedback. Thank you for that. Will definitely try this Bon Organic aloe vera shampoo and give my opinion. i really wanted a shampoo that is chemical free.

  2. But there is no full ingredients list in this shampoo they had said safe surfocants that’s it there is no full ingredients list like what type of chemical it contains etc ……

    1. Hey Hi Rama,
      You are right..! They should have mentioned the derivation of the surfocants here. But we can always ask the brand about the doubtful ingredients in their products. They are easily reachable and responsive to any of our concerns. As of i know they use Soap wort based surfocants in their shampoo, which contains natural saponins of its roots and leaves that create bubbles and thus foam. I hope this will help you clear your doubts. But please reach out to the brand if you are not satisfied yet. Never use a product with a doubt. 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.