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Organix Cherry Blossom Ginseng Shampoo

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      21.07.2014 08:27
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      • "Sulfate and Paraben Free"
      • "Nice Smell"
      • "Cute Packaging "
      • "Not Animal Tested"


      Not good for Thin, Damaged or Color treated Hair and not really organic.

      I love this brand, mostly because they offer a wide variety of hair products that smell fantastic. For the most part, their shampoos are pretty nice, they smell good and I take solace in the fact that they are not tested on animals and are sulfate and paraben free. Aside from the cute pink bottle and nice smells, I am not a fan of the long term effects that this shampoo has on my hair. After about a week my hair started to dry out and feel very straw like, i lost a lot of body and ultimately just started using it to wash my dogs hair. I already have really thin hair, so i couldn''''t risk continuing until the bottle ran out. If you have thick healthy hair, than you probably won''''t have any issues, but I would stay away if your hair is thin or color treated. Also to replace the parabens in the product, Organix uses Methylisothiazolinone which is a pretty controversial preservative which can cause skin toxicity.


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      03.02.2012 16:38



      Wouldn't buy it again

      As you know I am a fan of Organix hair care range. I was looking for a shampoo product without Sulfate and searched all the bottles on Boots shelf until I came across Organix. The first shampoo I tried was their Brazilian Keratin Therapy. The I saw this pink bottle, one smell and in the basked it went.

      The brand itself is pretty eco friendly. All of their products contain organic active ingredients. Their bottles are eco friendly made with recycled materials.

      But what about the product itself? This is a rejuvenating shampoo with cherry blossom and ginseng that is safe for colour treated hair. The blend of ingredients helps to rejuvenate the scalp and follicle to add volume to your roots. There is also rice milk and bamboo extract to help hydrate your hair.

      To be honest I was disappointed. The smell is gorgeous but that's about all the praise I have for this product. I didn't notice any real difference to my hair after using it. And if I'm paying £5.99 for a bottle of shampoo I want it to make a difference. I felt as though it was just like any other shop brand shampoo. It cleaned my hair and smelt nice, but the benefits stopped there. The shampoo itself is a kind of thick pink clear liquid.

      The bottle contains 385ml of product and costs £5.99 from Boots, I can't see them in any of the other shops. Boots currently have this on offer at 2 for £8. I would suggest you give this particular one a miss though. Try the others.


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