By Utkarsha Holmukhe
I always have a bad experience with drug store shampoos like Pantene, Dove, Sunsilk, etc. Even though they make my hair silky and smooth initially I have terrible hair loss because of them. I figured I should try sulphate and paraben free shampoos just to check if they work better for me, which I knew was so obvious! Also college life is damn hectic to try natural remedies like mehendi, amla, reetha etc.
After ages of religiously using Pantene, Dove, Sunsilk and Garnier (in)fructis I thought I should listen to my fellow mentors for IMBB and switch to a safer shampoo. I am reviewing one of my favorite shampoos here *drumrolls* Organix Hydrating Tea Tree and Mint Shampoo.Along with these, I adore shampoos from TBS, Boots and a few from oriflame.
NOTE: I found this better than TBS.
Best part about this buy was it came with a 50% extra offer! And yes I jumped with joy! 😀 😀
Rs. 745 for 577ML (originally 385ML)
An ultra hydrating blend of Australian tea tree oils to add moisture and strength, while nourishing your hair with replenishing moisturizing milk proteins and micro-infused peppermint oils for hydration and balance. Re-energize your hair with this unique blend of active ingredients, creating a three-in-one decadent treat. All you need for moist, smooth and seductive hair in one irresistible formula.
• Safe for coloured hair
• Safe for all hair types
• Sulfate free
Aqua/Water/EauWater , Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate , Cocamidopropyl Betaine , Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine , Parfum , Glycol Distearate , Dimethicone Copolyol (Silica) , Cetyl Alcohol , Cocamide DEA , Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride , Polyquaternium 11 , DMDM Hydantoin , Silk Amino Acids , Panthenol , Malaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf OilTea Tree , Hydrolyzed Milk Protein , Glycine Soja OilSoybean , Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Leaf OilPeppermint , Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter) , Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) , Citronellol
My take on the Organix Hydrating Tea tree Mint Shampoo:
I spotted this shampoo when I went to the beauty shop about 7-8 months back, they were in so many variants with different colours and exotic ingredients I almost wanted to buy all of them. But I was skeptical because I had never heard of the brand. Then later I read about the Organix Morroccon Argan oil on IMBB and decided to take a shot at both – this product and the oil ! And both are miraculous. There is some hidden talent in me that I never pick up the wrong product! Everything I buy works for me 😀
The bottle is made of soft plastic, lush metallic green in color and opaque. Difficult to judge the quantity left, but I have a hack; I keep it against light and see.The lid is golden flip cap which is firm, so no leakage problem. The descriptions given at so amazing! Take a look.
Coming to how it fared for me, the shampoo is a gel formula which suits my hair very well. The shampoo is of an appropriate consistency and is light-ish green almost colorless. I have observed gel shampoos will cause you less hairfall than the cream based ones. It lathers well, I dilute it with water before using it and I shampoo twice just to make sure there is no oil residue in my hair. It has reduced my hairfall overtime; it suits oily hair types very well.It never dried out my hair after using it alone without a conditioner, but I oil my hair well before shampooing.It has a fresh minty fragrance amazing for those lazy mornings and for post-workout showers! 😀 It is a gentle shampoo, cleans hair well and instantly adds bounce and shine to your hair.For some this may be a little drying initially, but once your hair gets used to the product it will show better results.I normally follow this shampoo with a boots conditioner/hair mask and then end it with morocco argan oil and voila! I get celebrity hair!
Summing up the pros and cons:
Pros of Organix Hydrating Tea tree mint shampoo:
• Sulfate free
• Gel formula(it is a pro for me :P)
• Cleans well
• Nice refreshing fragrance
• Safe on colored hair.
• Reduces hairfall.
• Good for oily hair and scalp, it has work for people with flaky scalp too.
• Softer bouncier hair.
• Good quantity for the price(considering without the 50% extra)
Cons of Organix Hydrating Tea Tree Mint shampoo:
Will I recommend Organix Hydrating Tea Tree Mint Shampoo?
This one is a great pick especially for people with oily hair.
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