Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner Review

Hi everyone, today I am going to review an Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner. I have already reviewed Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo (Click here to view the full reiew). I bought this conditioner along with the Organix shampoo online fromĀ After using it more than 10 times now I have decided to share my views about this most hyped conditioner. I have curly frizzy hair and hair rebonding becomes a necessity for me. Plus frequent coloring and use of straighteners made my hair dull and weak, so I was in search of hair products that are enriched with organic components and take care of my hair. Two months back I came across this range and after reading mixed reviews about this product I decided to give it a shot , mainly because it contained Argan oil.

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Packaging : The packaging is exactly the same as of Organix Moroccan Oil Shampoo. Conditioner is stored in a fat turquoise plastic bottle with golden flip open cap.

My Experience : I have used this conditioner more than 10 times and it was really tough for me to decide whether this product was working for my hair or not. It has a creamy texture with pale yellow color and smells very nice. In the beginning, I used this conditioner with Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo and discontinued using it as these products were making my hair dry, frizzy and unmanageable. I was very upset with its results as it gave me exactly opposite results that I was expecting. Few days back I decided to try this conditioner once again and this time I used it after shampooing my hair with my favorite Schwarzkopf BC Repair Rescue Shampoo. I noticed a huge difference in my hair texture and it did not make my hair dry or frizzy.

It is only after using this conditioner 3-4 times I realized that it is not that bad. I take generous amount of this conditioner and apply it evenly onto my hair after shampooing. After letting it rest for 5 minutes, I rinse it off using cold water, I prefer to use cold water for my hair washes (even in winters), as cold water helps to shrink pores and reduces itch & irritation. This conditioner is easy to rinse and there is no residue left behind. It does not sting or irritate my sensitive scalp. After using it, my hair feel soft and hydrated and are less frizzy as compared to previous results. Its smell lasts only for 1-2 hours and goes off completely after that.

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I think it will definitely show results when used regularly for longer period, say 2-3 months. Only a small quantity of this conditioner is required during each wash and this bottle will last with me for more than three months, if used twice in a week (or it depends up on the usage of the product). But for this price range there are many options available that provide much better results than this conditioner. These days I am using it alternatively with my favorite Schwarzkopf BC Repair Rescue Conditioner, which I will be reviewing soon. I do not recommend this Organix conditioner, as I am not satisfied with its results and false claims.

What I Liked :

  • Fragrance
  • Long Lasting
  • Contains Argan oil
  • Sulphate free
  • Easy availability

What I Disliked :

  • Does not live to its claim
  • Makes hair unmanageable
  • Expensive
  • Most hyped product

Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner Price in India : Rs.725 for 385ml

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Product Information :

Name : Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner
Claim : This exotic precious blend of Moroccan argan oil penetrates, moisturizes, renews and creates softness and strength while protecting your hair from harmful styling heat and UV damage as it gives you smooth, sexy tresses.
Usage : After shampooing with Organix shampoo, apply organix conditioner generously to hair, working through ends. Wait 3-5 minutes. Rinse hair thoroughly.
Ingredients : Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetly Alcohol, behentrimonium Chloride, Glycerin, Argan Kernel Oil, Hydrolyzed Keratin, Cocoa Seed Butter, Avocado Oil, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Glycol Stearate, Glycol Distearate, Citric Acid, fragrance and more