16 July 2012

Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner

Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil shampoo £6.99 and conditioner £6.99 (from Boots)

I have heard lots of stories about the amazing Argan oil which is supposed to work miracles on your body and your hair. The oil has been used in shampoos, conditioners, serums, sprays, capsules and any other way you can imagine to be applied to your hair. Pure Argan oil can also be applied to the face, nails and body. But in most cases, the great reputation also comes with a hefty price tag. 
I decided to try this shampoo and conditioner as I have used Organix before and I remember I loved the smell of their coconut scented shampoo, and at £6.99 a bottle I though it wasn't too much of a waste if I didn't get on with the product. The oil boasts to fix hair which is dry and limp from styling, mend split ends and tame frizz. 
When I shampooed my head, my hair felt squeaky clean but quite dry (even though it was wet) so when it came to using conditioner I left it on my hair for a couple of minutes for it to really sink in. I stroked the conditioner into my hair so everything was covered. When I got to drying my hair I noticed that a) my hair was drying MEGA quickly, it took me about 10 minutes to blow dry my entire head of hair, b) when I started brushing my hair and straightening it, my hair felt amazingly soft, movement appeared in it and my hair genuinely looked like it belonged on a popular shampoo commercial.
The products gave me really soft hair, my split ends weren't as prominent but I guess that's because my hair was smoothed out and moisturized. I'm looking forward to using my Organix shampoo and conditioner again and I think it's a great way to see how Argan oil reacts with your hair type for a fraction of the price! 

I have now been using the shampoo for over a month and I am still impressed with the results. I like how soft my hair is after the use of the shampoo and mainly the conditioner.

Another thing I feel I need to mention is that despite the name, Organix does not use organic materials in their products. After doing my research on the company, the benefits of using Organix is that their products do not contain parabens or sulfates. However, like most other popular shampoo brands they do use chemicals. I never associated them with organic products, I bought these just because I really liked their last shampoo. If you are passionate about green and organic products, please remember that this is just another big brand company. There are many alternatives to using Moroccan oil in certified "green" products which I will aim to review in the future! 

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8 comments

  1. ooo i might have to try this out! i currently use carol's daughter monoi oil shampoo and conditioner, which i love, but i know organix is much cheaper! thanks for the review!

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    1. I have used it several times now and it has made my hair really nice and soft!

      Lana, xo

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  2. So I'm looking to try put this shampoo. I have overcrowded hair and I teach swim lessons year round. I dont think I'll be using the conditioner with it. so basically my question is, would you recommend this to me??

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    1. I personally wouldn't use the shampoo without the conditioner because I felt that my hair got the nourishment and gloss it needed from the conditioner. The shampoo by itself was OK, but if your hair has contact with chlorine which can dry hair out, I'd use something stronger like an Argan Oil serum - you can still use your regular shampoo and then smooth the serum onto your hair just before blow drying! You can find Argan Oil serums from Boots and the prices range from £6-£20. Let me know what you chose and how you got on!

      Lana, xo

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  3. I have been visiting various blogs for argan oil shampooand i am very impressed with your recent post and thought to drop a friendly note. Waiting for more posts.

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  4. It seems that using natural products helps to keep skin smoother and strong hairs .

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  5. awww cute blog! id love if you could check out my review for it hehe - http://www.hughesing.com/2013/07/organix-moroccan-argan-oil-shampoo.html xxxxx

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