Natura Siberica, founded in 2007, is a well known and loved brand in Europe and now Australians are also able to easily access this brand since it launched 26 of it’s best Natura Siberica products here in September 2015, including it’s Oblepikha Siberica range. Read on for a Natura Siberica review and Oblepikha Siberica review.

Natura Siberica is an organic body and hair product range based on wild harvested herbs and flowers exclusively sourced from Siberia.

With both my parents born in Estonia I was fascinated to see that these products are produced in Estonia. Guess what goodies I’m adding to my mum’s Christmas present this year!

Some of Natura Siberica's 26 Products Released in Australia
Some of Natura Siberica’s 26 Products Released in Australia


Natura Siberica Review / Oblepikha Siberica Review

The Natura Siberica Oblepikha Siberica Range is certified as organic by the ICEA and all the products in the range contain:

  • no parabens
  • no SLS (sodium lauryl sulphate)
  • no SLES (sodium laureth sulphates)
  • no PEG (polythylene glycol)
  • no glycols and
  • no minerals oils!
In simplified words they contain no potential chemical nasties!
I was lucky to receive the Oblepihka Siberica Shampoo and the Oblepikha Siberica Conditioner Nutrition and Repair set to trial and review at the recent Bloggers United AU Sydney event.
Natura Siberica Oblepikha Siberica Shampoo and Conditioner
Natura Siberica Oblepikha Siberica Shampoo and Conditioner

Oblepikha Siberica Shampoo Review

The Oblepikha Siberica Nutrition and Repair shampoo is designed to:

  • straighten hair
  • repair damaged hair structure 
  • make brushing easier.
Oblepikha Siberica Shampoo
Oblepikha Siberica Shampoo

This Natura Siberica shampoo ingredients include:

  • Altai Oblepikha (Sea-Buckthorn) Organic Oil
  • Organic Moroccan Argan Oil
  • Organic Oil of White Siberian Flaxseeds, 
  • Organic Rhodiola Rosea  and Snow Cladonia
  • Vitamins and Amino Acids.
I found this Natura Siberica Oblepikha shampoo to have a beautiful scent. I can’t fully describe it other than saying it is almost citrus-like. I’m presuming it’s the scent of Siberian wild herbs and flowers that I don’t recognise.

I know a lot of you are probably wondering ‘what is oblepihka’? Altai Oblepihka is a famous Siberian berry which has been used by Siberian locals for centuries to strengthen their hair, revitalize their skin and even heal wounds. It is the richest natural source of beta-carotene and is full of Omega 3, 6, 7 & 9 acids, has 22 other fatty acids and 36 kinds of flavonoids! That little berry sure packs a healthy punch! No wonder it is used in so many Natura Siberica Australia products.

Similar to other Natura Siberica shampoo reviews I have read, my Natura Siberica Shampoo review is also completely positive. After using this shampoo my hair felt clean, soft, sleeker and smoother.

Oblepikha Siberica Conditioner Review

I love the gorgeous burnt orange colour of the Nutrition and Repair Oblepikha Conditioner bottle which makes it easy to distinguish from the rich turquoise blue colour of the Oblepikha Shampoo bottle. This makes it easy for me to know which product I’m reaching for in the steamy shower without my glasses on! The gold lid and printing adds a beautiful touch of luxury to the packaging.

According to the label this Natura Siberica conditioner is designed to 

  • repair damaged hair structure
  • seal the hair surface with an invisible layer &
  • make hair thicker and glossier.
Oblepikha Siberica Conditioner
Oblepikha Siberica Conditioner

This Oblepikha Siberica conditioner is listed as containing:

  • Altai Oblepikha (Sea-Buckthorn) Organic Oil
  • Organic Moroccan Argan Oil
  • Organic Oil of White Siberian Flaxseeds, Rhodiola Rosea & Snow Cladonia
  • Vitamins and Amino Acids.
I found this conditioner to be slightly runnier in consistency to other conditioners that I am used to but this wasn’t really an issue.

The conditioner has a pleasant, unique scent which I can’t really describe. I’m presuming once again that it’s the scent of Siberian wild herbs and flowers that I don’t recognise.

I note that this Oblepikha conditioner also protects hair from heat exposure during hot styling which I appreciate as it means one less product I need to apply to my hair when hot styling it.

After using this Oblepihka Shampoo and Conditioner my hair felt soft and did look thicker yet sleeker and smoother than normal, with no annoying flyaways that I sometimes get with freshly washed hair.

Similar to other Natura Siberica product reviews I have seen, my Natura Siberica reviews / Oblepikha Siberica reviews of these products are also completely positive. As a result I would happily purchase this shampoo and conditioner after finishing these bottles. These products are perfect for my colour treated hair. I’m also wanting to buy the Oblepikha Siberica hair mask next to give my hair a deeper conditioning pamper.

If you want to purchase these Natura Siberica hair products for yourself they are available from either the Natura Siberica website or Chemist Warehouse stores Australia-wide.

Click HERE to read my reviews of the RosehipPLUS skincare collection.

Click HERE to see my other articles about haircare.

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Oblepikha Siberica Review

* These products were kindly gifted to attendees at the Bloggers United AU Sydney event. Full disclosure policy here.

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