OGX

OGX is a hair care brand that was formerly a part of Vogue International until it was acquired by Johnson & Johnson in 2016. Though many of the products do not contain sulfates, a handful of the shampoos do contain ALS (ammonium lauryl sulfate.) In addition, some of the products contain parabens. Their products are widely available in large drugstore and retail chains nationwide.
https://www.ogxbeauty.com/

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3.3

146 products

3,385 reviews

55% would repurchase

Recent OGX Reviews

Styling Products -OGX -Smoothing + Shea Sleek Smooth Style Spray

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I have bleach damaged hair and unless I use this my hair feels extremely dry and crunchy whenever I heat style it. This actually makes my hair really soft, adds movement, and smooths it out. The nozzle isn't the greatest though, rather than evenly spraying the product it shoots in a direct spritz so I have to spray it into my hands first and then run it through my hair.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.



Shampoo -OGX -Anti-hair fallout Niacin3 & Caffeine

on 10/8/2018 11:06:00 AM

I never really paid much attention to hair fallout, as it is normal to lose some hairs every day. That all changed when I found a bald spot one day while brushing my hair. Turns out I have an autoimmune disorder called alopecia areata, for which I now receive injections directly into the bald spots to coax the follicles into growing hair. I started checking out the rest of my hair and discovered some thinning around the hairline, kind of like a receding hairline, so started a search for hair products that might help and found the OGX Fight Fallout shampoo and conditioner. I've been using it for a couple of months now. It doesn't do a thing for the alopecia areata, but I wasn't expecting it to. However, I am noticing some tiny hairs growing along my hairline where the hair appeared to be receding. I can't say for sure that these products are causing the regrowth but maybe they are. The alopecia treatment is nowhere near the hairline.

The shampoo is very nice, lathers fairly well and has a fresh minty smell which disappears quickly after rinsing. The conditioner seems light weight and rinses well. In the past I always just conditioned the ends, but since the ingredients won't do any good on the ends I am now conditioning right up to the roots, especially along the hairline, with no greasy effects at all. My hair feels soft and full after drying, which is a bonus when I'm worried about the bald spots showing. Some days I have used a different shampoo and I noticed my hair has less volume.

Overall, this is a great shampoo and it probably is helping with the fallout. I'll keep purchasing.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.


Shampoo -OGX -Renewing Moroccan Argan Oil shampoo

on 9/29/2018 7:04:00 PM

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I only tried this range of hair products for the first time this year and have to say it agrees with my hair. My hair is quite dry and many shampoos and leave it feeling even more dry.

This shampoo smells quite nice, I was initially disappointed to find that the lather texture wasn't that great - I felt as though I was washing my hair with a conditioner. However, despite this, whenever I use it I find my hair, after washing, feels lovely and always has a good healthy sheen. I have not used another shampoo since.


Hair Treatments -OGX -Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum

on 9/20/2018 6:58:00 PM

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Doesn’t fail to soften my heavily highlighted hair

1 of 1 people found this helpful.


Shampoo -OGX -Thick & Full Biotin & Collagen Shampoo

on 9/20/2018 6:54:00 PM

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This was AMAZING when my hair was healthy and dyed dark brown, it gave my hair lovely volume and kept it soft. Then... when I went blonde, through about 5 heavy highlighting sessions, I repurchased it thinking it would help my dried out bleached hair, nope it just made it super tangled. So now my hair needs something more repairing and I won’t be repurchasing this. But if you have non - damaged hair that needs a bit of volume this is probably for you

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