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Organix: Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo + Conditioner, 13 oz Combo Pack

Organix Moroccan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner Set 13Fl Oz eachDl Water (Aqua) , Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate , Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate , Cocamidopropyl Betaine , Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine , Dimethicone Copolyol , Cocamide DEA , Glycol Distearate , Argania Spinoza Oil (Argan) , Cacao Extract (Cocoa Butter) , Parfum , Theobroma Cocos Nucifera Oil (Coconut) , Persea Gratissima Oil (Avocado) , Aloe Barbadensis Extract (Aloe Leaf) , Panthenol , Polyquaternium-11 , DMDM Hydantoin , Cetyl Alcohol , Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride , PEG-23M , Red 40 , Yellow 5

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Honest reviews


Check the Ingredient List! Organic??

My routine is to grow my hair to waist length, cut it, donate it to charity, and grow it out again, So I want to use the best shampoo I can to keep it clean. My aim is to keep the scalp healthy and the hair sturdy so it can grow to its full length.I was at first quite pleased with the Organix Argan Oil of Morocco. I admit that while I wear sweats, rarely go on vacation, and try to save money, I do invest time and energy in my hair care. I want to make sure, if I’m donating it to cancer patients, that my hair is as strong and healthy as possible. That means a lot to me.The Organix Argan Oil seems like it would be ideal for this purpose. It promotes itself as an organic blend of healthy shampoo, made from quality ingredients. Even its container seems to ooze "good for you".However, as many others have pointed out, it now has Dimethicone and other chemicals in its ingredients list. This is organic?? This is healthy?? Dimethicone is non-biodegradeable and is known to cause all sorts of skin irritations. And this is being put on our head? It’s a coating agent, meaning your skin can’t do its natural, necessary activities to keep you healthy and safe.It’s only a tiny side note that the bottle is bizarrely shaped so you can’t lay it cap-down. Meaning it’s nearly impossible to get all the shampoo out of the bottle. You have to balance it in a corner to get the rest out. It’s like they expect you to waste a quarter of the bottle because you have money to burn (along with your scalp to irritate).I would hope, if we all speak out, that they could go back to healthy ingredients. Until then, I’m just not willing to put this on my head.

Libby Menomonie, WI

This used to be good..What happened???

I have used this for some time. I love the Moroccan Oil brand but I can’t get it locally. I have very long, fine hair and lots of it. I have to get my hair thinned out from the hair dresser if that gives you an idea. I live in Florida so the weather is hot and humid. I always brush my hair with condition in it. If I don’t I will be brushing for hours after a shower. The salty air and my hair are a bad combination. I haven’t changed my routine and my hair is breaking right and left trying to brush through it with this conditioner. I noticed this a few month ago and I have now determined it HAS to be the formula. Something has changed. I refuse to use this anymore. My hair is less shiny, its not as straight, and it is tangled. When you have hair down to your butt and tons of it you cannot afford to have companies making changes like this one did. What a s**** thing to do. Goodbye Organix.

Sheri Benton City, MO

Hair feels great!

I love the way this shampoo and conditioner keave my hair feeling like pure silk, soft and managable. My hair has always been COARSE, this stuff make it feel so GOOD!!

Diane Hackberry, AZ


I bought a sample of both the shampoo and conditioner because I’d never used it before….yuck. I’m so glad I didn’t waste my money on the full size. Like another reviewer, this shampoo left my hair feeling brittle and dry and the conditioner didn’t do much for it. I have fine hair and not a lot of it, but I had to use twice the amount of my regular shampoo to feel like I had any in my hair. Doesn’t lather well at all. Unless I’m missing something about this shampoo and conditioner….it’s terrible, in my opinion. I wouldn’t recommend it.

Beverly Swepsonville, NC

Only bought the conditioner, and it’s TOO THICK!

No-poo,.. Co-washing. (NO shamPOO and I use COnditioner only, to WASH.) I prefer the Organix Coconut and Macadamia Oil conditioners. This one is so thick that I have to lay the bottle on its side and press down to push the product out. Too thick.Seriously, for all of the world out there with drier hair than we’d like, toss the shampoo and wash using only the conditioner. It doesn’t leave the hair greasy at all, but only nourishes. I even use coconut oil (organic, extra virgin) as a leave in, before I use either a sulfate-fee, paraffin-free, silicone-free mousse, cream or other styling product.(I’ve got wavy/curly hair and I want to work with my curls, nourish my hair, instead of fighting it, after years of trying to straighten it. The hair-iron fad was my last straw at how awful that looked and how ridiculous it actually is.)

Shana Keene, CA

Smells great!

I really like this stuff- doesn’t weigh my hair down and leave it clean and soft. I’ve also gotten multiple complements on the scent. One thing I will say though is if you need a good moisturizing conditioner this probably isn’t the one for you. It’s good, but I would recommend getting something specifically for moisturizing. Overall a great product and I will buy again. Keep an eye on drug store sales- they do a buy one get one half off from time to time.

Dianne Goffstown, NH

great combo

I love the smell of both of these things and I think it really helps my hair to feel soft and shiny and bouncy. it cleans my hair well and I don’t feel as if it’s rough on it.

Dee Albany, OK