Earlier this year, I went for the Yadah event courtesy of The Butterfly Project, and while that was my first true exposure to the brand, this was a product I picked up earlier on a whim when Mivva was having a sale on their site.
[Yadah: The Beginning]
As you can see, it comes in a pale yellow liquid, and when you dispense it, all you smell are apples! Yes, apples! It's so wonderful. It's not even a fake apple scent that you get. It's all natural and extremely gentle.
What surprised me as well was the fact that it's the texture of water. Not even slightly thicker than water. And as fluid as it is, it still lathers up amazingly well.
There's one thing I don't like about this and that's the pump. I don't know if I got a defective piece, but the top of the pump would either could stuck or come off, and putting it back on has injured me on more than one occasion.
Other than that, though, this won't do miracles for your hair, but it will keep it clean in the gentlest way. If you wash your hair daily, this is what you should be using because it won't infuse it with harsh chemicals or strip it excessively. It will just remove all the extra oils, and leave you feeling cleansed.
I do have frizzy hair, so I am well aware that this does nothing to tame the frizz, so you will definitely need a conditioner with it. I also use a dry oil after washing my hair, so I didn't have many issues on this front.
Would I buy this again? If I were to start washing my hair daily, yes I would. I've become a Yadah-convert, and their stuff is very gentle, and very effective. If you're someone who likes deeply nourshing shampoos, this won't do it for you. It's just a simple, fuss-free, lovely product with no nasties in it. It is, in fact, all natural and it doesn't dry my hands out after I've shampooed my hair twice, which has the tendency to happen with some shower and shampoo products which are ladened with stripping chemicals.