Organix Hydrating Macadamia Oil Intensive Moisture Mask

by Shilpi on February 20, 2014 · 7 comments

Organix Hydrating Macadamia Oil Intensive Moisture Mask

Hi Girls, pick of the day is Organix hydrating macadamia oil intensive moisture mask. I have been using this hair mask for about 8 weeks now. So, the time has come that I should tell you all about it. 

Organix claims that Macadamia oil intensive moisture mask is a totally indulgent deep conditioner that drenches even the driest, most brittle hair with moisture, leaving it soft, supple and touchable with a fusion of gentle conditioning macadamia oil and moisturizing bamboo extract, while sugar cane extract gives hair silky new life.


Price & Quantity: Rs 625 for 237 ml

My experience with Organix hydrating macadamia oil intensive moisture mask

As I said earlier I have been using this hair mask for around 2 months now. I have been very regular in applying the mask every time I washed my hair. Although I did not use this mask with the same shampoo, the results were dramatic for my hair. I must mention I have color treated, little frizzy and very dry hair. I have no problems of dandruff or split ends, so I would not be able to comment on these problems of hair. Usage of this hair mask is like other masks, after shampooing hair you have to apply the mask for 8-10 minutes and then rinse off. I was following the same pattern every time. With continuous use, frizziness of my hair is under control. I am not experiencing dry or brittle ends. Hair is much more soft to touch and easily manageable too.
Application of this hair mask is easy and simple. It covers all the hair strands easily upon applying with fingers. I don’t add water to it, just take it out of the jar and apply on wet hair. It distributes evenly on hair. Removing is also easy, it rinses off with water without leaving any oily residue. I don’t feel the need of using conditioner when I am using this hair mask. The texture is thick but smooth. The fragrance is like those of high end hair products we smell in nice salons. And the best part it, is stays for at least 2 days. Overall, I am happy with Organix hair mask and would like you to try it too.


Yays for Organix hydrating macadamia oil intensive moisture mask

• Leaves my hair soft and manageable
• Hair is tangle free and silky
• Very light weight and non greasy paste
• Thick paste that distributes evenly
• Spreads easily
• Rinses off without leaving any oily residue in hair
• Does not weigh down my hair
• Little goes a long way


Nays for organix hydrating macadamia oil intensive moisture mask

• Not easily available
• Time consuming


IMBB Rating: 4/5

I would like to try Organix hair mask again but not the same variant. There are many others available which I would prefer to be as my next pick.

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

neha February 20, 2014 at 2:19 pm

yet to try this brand


jomol February 20, 2014 at 2:44 pm

I want to try all Organix products Shilpi….


Val Anne Bee February 20, 2014 at 3:31 pm

Gotta try this. 😀


Ashu February 20, 2014 at 4:28 pm

I need to try this 🙂


Nidhi February 20, 2014 at 6:52 pm

Hair mask and face mask together in a luke warm bath tub is an utter state of nirvana 🙂 will keep an eye on this one.. thanks for sharing Shilpi 🙂


oranges February 20, 2014 at 7:29 pm

I have used this, bu I didn’t find any thing extra ordinary effect on my dry hair.


Devie February 20, 2014 at 10:31 pm

Sugar cane and Bamboo, wow. Gotta check this out : ))


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