Thursday, 10 November 2011

Review: Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Collection

Recently, I discovered a hair care product range from Organix. Organix formulates their products using organic active ingredients and their hair products are safe for colour treated hair (won't bleach colour dyed hair) and suitable for all hair types. 

There are a number of collections available suitable to the needs of your hair. 
If your hair is lacking in nutrients, natural vitamin E and antioxidants and need of restructuring the hairs' cell structure then the Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Collection is for you.

If your hair is lacking in moisture and strength, then the Organix Hydrating Teatree Mint Collection and/or Organix Nourishing Coconut Milk Collection are suitable for you.

If your hair is lifeless, dry and brittle, then the Organix Pomegranate Green Tea Collection is for you.

If your looking towards a more smooth and silky look to your hair Organix Smoothing Shea Butter Collection and/or Organix Soft & Silk Collection are great for you.


My hair is colour treated and also damaged from using a hair straightener almost daily. The ends of my hair are relatively dry if I don't maintain my hair during the day (i.e., use hair oil to help nourish and balance the moisture of my hair). Hence, Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil is the most suitable collection for my hair.

Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and Conditioner (rrpA$19.99 ea, 385ml ea)
The packaging component of 'products' in general are important to me is it usually relates to the ease of use and stability of the product. The packaging of Organix shampoo and conditioner, in particular, are both very bulky and curved at the sides- thus making dispensing relatively difficult. Despite this, it's great to know that Organix uses eco-friendly and recycled materials to manufacture their bottles. 

The scent is absolutely beautiful and luxurious! The scent is not overpowering, however, it does leave my hair smelling fresh through the day.

The consistency of both the shampoo and conditioner are relatively thick, therefore only a small blob is required to fully cleanse my hair. Due to the difficulty in dispensing the product it's not so easy to dispense excess product anyway. The shampoo lathers up quickly and does a great job to cleanse my hair. The conditioner is lovely as it made my hair smooth and silky. Whilst rinsing my hair through water, my hair felt just luscious! 

After a few weeks of using a combination of Organix shampoo and conditioner daily, I've noticed that after cleansing my hair and towel drying, my hair feels soft and looks slightly healthy. When I say healthy I mean smooth, nourished and no longer frizzy at the ends. I quite happy with the results as I've had to put more effort in the past by using more and more hair products to maintain the health of my hair.

Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Intense Moisturising Treatment (rrpA$19.99, 237ml)

I have used a myriad of hair treatments in the past, ranging from the expensive and luxurious to the most affordably priced. I have no idea why, but all hair treatments I have used are housed in a tub! I find this really inconvenient as I find myself scooping the product out with my fingers urgh! Well, I guess it’s due to the very thick consistency, but still, there needs to be another method to hygienically dispense hair treatments rather than exposing the product to air after each use. Ok, rant over for the packaging factor...

To boost the life of my hair and ensure my hair stays smooth and healthy I use a hair mask. I apply this hair mask to damp hair straight after using shampoo and conditioner. I only use this treatment once a week as I have found a once a week usage works best for me. I leave this treatment in my hair for a few minutes before rinsing it out. After rinsing and blow drying my hair, my hair felt instantly refreshed, smoother and softer. I really love the soft feeling and think this is a great product when used consistently. After a few weeks of using the treatment, it did not dry my hair out; instead it helped to strengthen and repair my hair and prevent splits ends from occurring.

Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Penetrating Oil (rrpA$24.99, 100ml)
There has been a huge interest in the use of hair oil for beautiful looking hair and if you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon... I suggest you do quick smart!
 Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Penetrating Oil is thicker than most oils on the market. My hair is thick and relatively coarse, so the thick consistency does require a little patience to evenly spread the oil to the ends of my hair.  Despite the thick consistency, I found that adding a little excess product to my hair does not leave my hair looking oily or greasy.
There is no ‘correct’ way of applying this hair oil. I’ve been using this penetrating oil two ways with success: 1. apply to damp hair after using shampoo and conditioner or 2. Apply to completely dry hair.
The scent is really divine and lovely for my hair after application. This penetrating oil does control the frizz and the often flyaways here and there. The ingredients list of this Penetrating Oil is very similar to the popular Moroccan Oil Treatment. Organix Penetrating Oil is an affordable and useful product which has left a huge tick on my list. My hair has become beautiful! I highly recommend this product if you are looking into a hair oil which nourishes and maintains the soft and smooth texture and moisture of your hair. 


On a separate note, my friend reccomended the Organix Smoothing Shea Butter Collection as it smells divine and doesn't dry out the hair! I absolutely love Shea Butter and I'm looking forward to using this Organix Shea Butter hair care range once I've finished with the Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Collection.


Organix is available in Australia at Coles, Chemist Warehouse and My Chemist.

To read more about the entire Organix range, please see the Organix website here.

What do you think of Organix and their focus on the presence of organic active ingredients in hair care products?
Do you have a sensitive scalp? Which hair products do you swear by?


Products were provided for consideration only. This review is 100% based on my own thoughts and opinions. I am not affiliated with Organix and did not receive remuneration to post this product review.

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