- Our most popular hair care products, newly packaged and reformulated to improve moisturizing benefits. In Style magazine calls Komenuka Bijin Shampoo a “Best Beauty Buy”, while Jamie Lee Curtis and Liv Tyler are fans of both the shampoo and conditioner.
- Komenuka Bijin Shampoo has concentrated natural antioxidants found in rice bran, plus seaweed and ginseng help reduce hair loss, improve texture, shine and strength. It deep cleans without stripping hair’s nutrients.
- Komenuka Bijin Conditioner’s primary ingredient is rice bran, along with other pure ingredients to strengthen, moisturize, and stimulate new follicle growth. Significant amounts of collagen and ginseng produce healthy new follicles while protecting moisture. Sea minerals add strength and shine to the hair, with improvements visible in as little as 2 weeks.
- For normal, oily, dry and fine hair. Safe for color treated hair.
- There are no other products available with such a pure concentration amount of rice bran and other natural ingredients. Because they’re so concentrated, you’ll use less, see results sooner and spend less than premium priced department store brands.
When I tried a sample of the shampoo and conditioner I had no idea that the next time I went to wash my hair, it would feel completely different. I had my hair up in a bun (I had put it up to workout) and when I let down my hair after it was dry it felt so much thicker and almost like I had more hair.I was not quite sure why, but then I read about the strengthening effects of this shampoo and conditioner. My hair also felt so much cleaner and silky as if there was no build up and I had washed my hair in mountain spring water.Ingredients in Shampoo: Water, Rice Bran, Rice Oil, Coconut Oil, Seaweed, Ginseng, Aloe, Wheat Powder, Swertia Herb.Ingredients in Conditioner: Water, Rice Bran, Rice Oil, Coconut Oil, Seaweed, Ginseng, Aloe, Wheat Powder, Swertia Herb, Natural Vitamin E.Since this product is relatively expensive, I may have to alternate it with other shampoos and conditioners, but it definitely works. The shampoo doesn’t strip the hair the way other harsh shampoos do and I’m very impressed with the natural ingredients cleaning my hair so well. If you have fine or oily hair you may be especially impressed. You also only have to shampoo once, which saves time.Results after one use:Smoother TextureStronger HairCleaner HairMore Body – especially if you have fine hairLooking forward to trying other products with rice bran. You can order a week’s supply of this product to try. I think you will fall in love with the shampoo and conditioner.~The Rebecca Review
Who cares If i can’t read the label!
I’m convinced that asian women have figured out the secret when it comes to skin care and hair products. This is yet another product that I love. I have thin/fine hair and have never found a brand that works and makes my hair soft, yet not greasy. But the set instead of individually. More cost effective
Great on thick, curled hair too
I have Mediterranean type hair, which is often thick, curled…and frizzy. These products improved my hair’s texture and made it look much healthier, even with the fact that I live in a semi-arid environment.
One of the best
I highly recommend this!I’ve used every shampoo that you have probaly tried and what I love about this one is that it works well on all hair types.My hair type is thick and wavy to my waist.What I love about it the most is the light weight conditioner leaves your hair feeling silkly and conditioned.
Unfortunately contains a “possible carcinogen”
Let me start out by saying that performance-wise, this shampoo and conditioner really are great – probably the best I’ve ever used. This makes it all the more a shame that the following is true:Komenuka Bijin’s shampoo – like a lot of Japanese shampoo – contains a coconut oil-derived ingredient called Cocamide DEA. On the back of your shampoo bottle, look for “コカミドＤＥＡ”. This ingredient was used extensively by cosmetics manufacturers, and particularly in shampoo because it helps it to lather up.Unfortunately, Cocamide DEA is classified as a “possible carcinogen” by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. Due to this, California law now requires that products containing this ingredient be labeled with something like “this product contains a chemical known to the state to cause cancer and/or reproductive harm”. Not exactly what you want to read before smearing something on your head.Now, admittedly, the evidence is fairly thin at this point (hence “possible”), and I myself am not concerned enough to stop using my set early or anything like that. However, for those who like to play it safe, this is information you’ll likely want to know.What actually does bother me is the apparent attempt to hide this ingredient by its distributors in the US. On several sites selling the shampoo (Cocamide DEA is not in the treatment/conditioner), they do not accurately list the ingredient mentioned clearly as Cocamide DEA (コカミドＤＥＡ) but mere “coconut oil derivatives”, and those sound a hell of a lot less intimidating, don’t they? In other words, I can’t help but wonder whether these companies are being deliberately misleading.By the way, for those who haven’t purchased it, a full ingredients list is available on the parent company’s Japanese website, albeit in Japanese. Just plug it into Google Translate and see for yourself. The parent company is called Nihon Sakari.