With a growing set of locks, shampoo and conditioner shopping can get quite picky. Don't even get me started on looking for something cruelty-free! Although my hair is not sensitive to "cheap" shampoos, I've wanted to start leaning towards a more compassionate approach with any products I use. That's where Organix fits the bill of quality hair care without the testing of animals.
|My hair looks black here, but the photos|
below show my actual color.
Things to know: Spreading this shampoo onto the hair is different than most shampoos because they are sulfate-free. To get the ultimate benefit, divide the hair into sections in order to spread evenly on the scalp (a little bit per section goes a long way). After you get the complete scalp, spreading to the rest of your hair is a piece of cake!
Before shampooing this way, my hair would feel dry, but after figuring out what I was doing wrong and trying what I said above, my hair has become so soft, shiny, and smells of chocolate mints! The scent remains throughout the day, but it's not as strong as I'd like it to be. You'd have to grab a curl and smell it to really know. ;(
I'd recommend this for anyone with dry, wavy, or curly hair. This is especially perfect for the type of cold weather that's going on right now in many places. After four months of using this product, I'm barely starting to run out. I'll definitely continue using this on my locks!
These photos (including the one where my hair looks black) do not have any effects, that way you can see in detail the softness this product gives my hair, including my growing curls. Not really sure what my hair color is, (never been dyed) so I say chestnut brown? You can decide for yourself. ~.o
Organix has many different shampoos, conditioners, and even body wash. You can check out their website: ogxbeauty.com/
If you become overwhelmed by the amazing products and can't choose, take the quiz HERE! I just took it and got *drum roll* teatree mint! Looks like I'm on the right path. c;
Disclaimer: I did this review because I'm a fan of the product and bought it with my own money; I was not paid by anyone. Any review that was asked to be done by a certain brand/ company will say "c/o" under the product photo.