I have been using Inecto Argan conditioner for a very long time and wanted to try more argan oil products as I saw benefits of using this particular oil. I saw a new product from Dr. Organic recently and this was a treatment conditioner that needed to be applied before shampooing. Today’s review is all about Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner. Read on to know more about the product.
Price and Quantity:
$14 for 200 ml.
A hair and scalp treatment formulated with Organic Argan Oil, and Argan extract, to help seal in vital moisture. Ideal for damaged, dry or fly away hair. Dr Organic have combined their blend of organic oils and extracts with a rich, concentrated conditioning balm. Specially developed to nourish hair, the conditioner envelopes the hairs keratin fibres with nourishing phospholipids, and essential fatty acids, to help increase core strength and protect against breakage. This restorative conditioner includes Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Olive Oil, Orange Fruit Extract, Clove Oil, Geranium Oil, Lemon Peel Oil, Patchouli Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Rosewood Oil, Wild Mint Oil, Mandarin Peel Oil, Vanilla Fruit Extract, Spearmint Oil, Kigelia Fruit Extract, Roselle Flower Extract, Baobab Fruit Extract. Directions: Apply liberally to damp hair, working towards the tips. Leave on for 5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly and follow with Dr Organic Argan Shampoo and Argan Conditioner. For best results dry hair and style with Dr Organic Argan Hair Treatment Serum.
My Experience with Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner:
The conditioner comes in a cardboard box. There is a lot of information on the box. The outer package is fine and I have no complaints. The conditioner comes in a white tub with an attached cap. The cap closes with a click. There is basic information on the box itself. The attached lid makes it easy to use in the shower. Usually with my slippery hands, I mess everything. This one is super easy, I just open it and close it and voila it is easy! There is a seal which is great! The packaging is travel friendly too.
The conditioner is white in color and fluffy. It is not thick and rich. It has a medium runny texture; it does flow when I tilt the pot. It smells very pleasant, like cinnamon buns, and I love this scent. The conditioner looks very similar to curd! It spreads well and is easy to apply. The disadvantage of it being in a pot is that I have to use my hands to scoop out the product and that feels a bit unhygienic.
I have been suffering from split ends for a very long time. I usually cut my tresses to get rid of them. I usually have dry ends and a conditioner is a must for me to keep the ends moisturized. The product is very easy to use. You apply it on damp hair, leave it on for 5 minutes and then wash it off with a shampoo follow it by a conditioner.
I sometimes keep the product longer when I need a deep conditioning treatment. When I start rinsing my hair, I instantly feel smoother and fuller hair. After washing, when my hair dries, I notice fewer tangles than before. The product adds a lot of shine to the hair and makes it soft and moisturized.
My dry ends are intensively nourished and I can feel healthy hair! The product doesn’t make my hair limp, instead it lifts up the roots, creating full volume. If I blow dry my hair, it looks like the volume of my hair has increased more than 4 times than its natural state. The product doesn’t weigh down the hair nor does it create poker straight hair.
This is a scalp treatment product; I have an oily scalp and sometimes, hair conditioners make my hair roots very oily, but luckily, this one doesn’t cause any issue and I usually wash my hair every alternate day. This treatment conditioner claims to tame frizz, but it doesn’t work well on baby hair, and even the frizz control is short lived. I need to follow up with a good serum to keep the frizz in check.
This product contains argan oil (the liquid gold) and you can notice that over regular use, and also with products from the same range, there’s a reduction in hair fall and it also adds strength. The product doesn’t cause any irritation. It has a mixture of several restorative ingredients. The product is free from paraben, silicones, sulfates and the results last longer. I am super happy with the product and I would buy this product every single time that I need a treatment mask. However, it is not a product you use after shampooing, so you need to follow up with a good conditioner to keep your hair nourished.
Pros of Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner:
- Travel friendly.
- Pleasant smell.
- Easy to apply.
- Nourishes hair.
- Doesn’t make hair oily.
- Doesn’t weigh down the hair, does not make it poker straight, retains curl.
- Adds immense volume to the hair.
- Controls frizz.
- Strengthens hair.
- Contains restorative ingredients.
- Doesn’t cause any irritation.
- Makes hair soft.
- Free from parabens, silicones and sulfates.
- A perfect treatment mask for intense nourishment.
Cons of Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner:
- Unhygienic packaging.
- Frizz control is short lived.
- A conditioner has to be used after washing the mask off.
Would I Repurchase/Recommend Dr. Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner?
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