As I have dry hair, I always search shampoos which are meant for dry hair. Rainforest range from TBS is sulphate, parabens, silicones & colorants free and so I have picked this shampoo to give my hair some treat. So today I would share my experience with TBS rainforest moisture shampoo.

Claims– Rainforest moisture shampoo for dry hair with pracaxi oil, manketti nut oil and community fair trade honey. No silicones no sulphates no colorants no parabens.



Packaging– This shampoo comes in a dark brown colored plastic bottle which is also transparent so you can see how many product is left. It has a sturdy flip open cap and it seems to be a travel friendly packaging. On a white graphics level all the details are written.

Smell, texture & color– Though I don’t like the smell but after suing this I have not really complaint about this. The smell is quite strong and kind of cough syrup type. It looks exactly like honey and it contains honey as an ingredient too. The texture is runny gel like but I am happy that it is not so thick. I don’t like thick shampoos.

Performance– it cleanses scalp and hair really well though a bit more amount is required for every wash than regular shampoos. It doesn’t lather well but cleanses well the hair. It is meant for dry hair and my hair feels soft after suing this. It doesn’t add shine to my hair as it lacks silicone but it provides a healthy glow to my hair. I never skip my conditioner so I follow-up with a conditioner but planning to buy a rainforest conditioner soon.


  • Sturdy packaging
  • Cleanses the scalp and hair well
  • Doesn’t over dry my already dry hair
  • Controls frizz to some extent
  • Lathers less
  • Doesn’t contain harmful chemicals


  • Nothing but it’s definitely pricy!

RBS Rating- 4.5/5

Price- 795 INR for 250 ml

Recommendation- I recommend this to everyone with dry hair and who doesn’t mind to spend that money on a shampoo. After all it is free from all kind of harmful chemicals.