I don't find this treatment as good as the macadamia oil hair mask that Organix makes.
This thing smells really good! It definitely makes hair feel smoother, and for the price it's awesome. It makes a difference in my hair for the day, but it's never lasting like some high-end stuff. I'd rather spend money on a pricier item that works my hair more. WOULD RECOMMEND IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF A CHEAP HAIR TREATMENT, BUT WOULDN'T RE-PURCHASE.
Loved the smell and texture of this treatment. My hair felt soft after just a few uses. I did not notice an improvement in split ends or breakage but my hair did feel nice after just using it. I put a small amount in hands and coat my ends in it. Does not make hair greasy FYI.
I had high hopes for this conditioner. I will never buy it agian. I've never been so disappointed with a conditioner before. I do have the oil and dry oil spray of this line and both worked fine, but this conditioner is HORRIBLE.
I used this only once, but with conditioners, I know after one wash if it improves my hair. Actually, while your washing the conditioner out of your hair you just know if it works by the texture of your hair.
- I put a good amount of this conditioner in my hair (only from the ears down), focusing on my ends of course. i felt like the product evaporated or something, felt like there was nothing in my hair. I even put a bit more in my hair and it felt the same. I let it sit in my hair for a minute and rinsed it out, and it felt NO DIFFERENT from before I put the conditioner.
- it did NOT soften my hair, didn't detangle it, didn't feel silky. It felt like it dried my hair out.
- any and all conditioners i have tried have at least made my hair feel silky and soft. didn't matter what brand. this conditioner was a true disappointment
- mind you, after i washed this conditioner out, I put some of my Clear scalp & hair therapy conditioner in because my hair didn't feel conditioned.
- my hair was very difficult to brush through while blow-drying after using this.
- the price point of these conditioners are high for drugstore. But i figured i'd try it after having the other moroccon argan oil products of the line.
do yourself a favour and do NOT purchase this.
I like this better than one n only argon oil, but i don't feel like it does much for my hair. I also feel like it leaves a tint on my blonde hair, which i don't like. I like my hair to feel silky smooth and nourished this just feels like its coating my hair without the moisture. Wouldn't repurchase.
Organix is a drugstore hair care line that offers a huge selection of products. This brand has always appealed to me, but I never grabbed anything from them. A while ago I caved and bought the Moroccan Argan Oil Intense Moisturizing Treatment. Organix says this product will "renew your hair's inner health with argan oil, nutrients, antioxidants, and vitamin e. Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Intense Moisturizing Treatment is a deep conditioning, exotic formula to add brilliant shine and create lush softness without leaving any heavy residue that can weigh hair down". Not surprisingly, this product contains very little argan oil, but that doesn't keep Organix from making some big claims on the trendy ingredient's behalf. Organix claims that their Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil line contains "a unique, precious blend of Moroccan Argan Oil which instantly penetrates the hair shaft, restoring shine and softness while strengthening and creating soft, seductive, and silky perfection." I got my 8fl oz (237 ml) tub at Ulta for free on a BOGO deal, I believe it regularly retails for about $7. Organix is a total misnomer, there isn't anything organic about this brand, but at least it's cruelty free. This hair treatment was made in America.
I think the thing that most appeals to me about Organix is their packaging. It's really vibrant and eye catching and I like the way each line of products is color coordinated. The Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Intense Moisturizing Treatment comes in a recyclable, oval shaped, sky blue tub topped with a gold lid. The tub is covered with information. The front of the tube features the product name, Organix logo, and a description of the formula. The back of the tub offers a longer description, directions, and a full ingredient list. Good job, Organix, its not every day a company creates good looking, informative packaging.
Organix' Intense Moisturizing Treatment is a dense, but not overly thick, off white cream. Organix recommends smoothing or combing a small amount through wet hair, applying it from root to tip. For best results you're instructed to cover your hair with a towel or shower cap. For me, and my thick, tangly hair, I rub about half a palmful through my hair and twist it up with a clip, leaving it in for roughly 5-8 minutes (Organix recommends 3-5 minutes). The Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil Intense Moisturizing Treatment can be a little stubborn to rinse out, it really bonds to the hair. Once rinsed out, I notice an immediate difference in my hair. This treatment is excellent for detangling, it undoes my most stubborn knots with absolutely no effort. This product really seems to deep condition my hair, softening it and keeping it silky and shiny without adding any weight to my hair. I follow up with the matching Weightless Healing Dry Oil to really seal the moisture in. By the way, Organix' Moroccan Argan Oil line smells great, it has a sexy musky floral scent that clings to the hair.
Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Intense Moisturizing Treatment is a nice hair mask to use once a week or so. I prefer a straight up hair oil, but this will do in a pinch. I really love how well Organix' treatment detangles and keeps my hair silky. This product has never weighted my hair down or made my hair or scalp oily. Plus it makes my hair smell great. I recommend Organix Intense Moisturizing Treatment if you have dry or easily tangled hair. This product truly lives up to it's claims and I can really appreciate that. I won't repurchase this product right away, but I can definitely see myself grabbing another tub one day, and I'll definitely be trying more from Organix.
Oil: recommended by my cousin, I decided to try this product. My hair is dry due to the colour, perm and UV here in summer! I applied a bit on my hair after blow dry. my Hair feels silky and smooth. It is amazing! I do recommend it!
My hair was so damaged from bleaching and highlighting but after using this products, my dry and brittle hair has transformed into soft, hydrated, and silky!
This is for the tub, which I tried and returned. I just remember being surprised how little I liked it. I pretty much am convinced that argan oil isn't the oil for me because of these products with it that just don't do a thing. Having luck with other oils more. I did try the spray of Organix argan, and it seems ok, but also has cocoa and shea in it, which my hair loves. Oh well.
I have been hearing a lot of things about Argan Oil and when I saw this kit on Costco I had to tried... It came with shampoo, conditioner and leave-in oil. My hair is soft, shiny, frizz-less and with so much more volume even my natural light brown and red highlights are more noticeable. I cannot understand the bad reviews on this at all. I have naturally curly hair that I straighten with Brazilian keratin and this works great, my hair is fine and tend to get oily easily with heavy products and this did not weighed down my hair in any way it gave me amazing swish hair. LOVE IT!