Saturday, February 11, 2012

Review: Organix Moroccan Argan Oil Penetrating Oil

I came across the Organix Moroccan Argan Oil during one of my usual runs to Watsons, one of the really popular drugstore chains in Singapore. Having heard many raves about the benefits of argan oil, I just couldn't let myself pass this product when I saw it laying on the shelf.

After trying out the product for about 2 weeks, I thought it would be appropriate for me to share some of my initial thoughts here.


How to Use:- Apply a small amount on the palm
- Rub palms together
- Run the product through the ends of your hair (hair must remain dampness, towel dried)
- Apply the remaining product on palm to areas prone to frizziness


What I like:
- The scent
- Affordable price tag, SG$15.90
- Effectively smoothens my frizzy hair
- If correct amount is used, the product keeps my hair soft and glowy
- Absorb fast into my hair
- Sulfate free

What I dislike:
- Method of use, i.e. product can only be applied on wet hair
- Hard to control the balance amount that doesn't weigh down your hair

It is obvious that the things that I like outweighed those I dislike. However, I did read on makeup alley that this product did not work for everyone who has tried it. I can't help but to be glad that this worked for me especially when the price tag doesn't cause big holes in my pocket. Personally, I think this may be one of the best hair oil I've tried so far amongst various drugstore brands.

I am planning to purchase the shampoo and conditioner from the same line to try out once I am done with my current shampoo and conditioner.

For those interested, the Organix line of products can be found at selected Watsons in Singapore (I bought mine from the Watsons at International Plaza).

Have you tried any products from Organix?

xx

21 comments:

  1. I love this stuff but in all honesty the shampoo is ok and the conditioner sucks really bad. I don't recommend it.

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  2. I've tried their coconut one. I don't love it but I do love the smell! :)

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  3. Excellent prodcut review. I have actually used these before. You are right, everything is nice except for how the formula was hard to squeeze out.
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  4. I've not heard of this particular one, though I know Moroccan oil is really good for the hair :D

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  5. Tali (The Gloss Goss)February 11, 2012 at 10:32 PM

    I'm a huge fan of Organix products. Although.. I have noticed with the Shampoos & Conditioners dont show their true effects whilst the hair is still wet. I remember thinking 'oh god my hair feels rough' until it was fully dry and then I noticed how amazingly soft it was. Very effective products but you cant see the results straight away! Have just bought the Awapuhi shampoo and conditioner from amazon.co.uk and cant wait to try it! x

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  6. Never tried Organix products but would love to try this one out. I wonder if it's a more cheaper alternative to Morrocan oil (that stuff is amazing!) x

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  7. I saw this in the shops I didn't get it because only can be used in wet hair :)
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  8. Thanks for the great review. Sounds like a great product! I'm glad to hear that it worked well on you.

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  9. i use their Brazilian Keratin Treatment for my hair. Same method of use as the product you are using. I like it quite a bit! Makes my hair soft and shiny!

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    1. Hey where did you get the Brazilian Keratin Treatment by Organix? I have been looking for it in a couple of shops but not able to find :(

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  10. i would love to try this product out! I might just try find this product in my local Watson store! :D

    x
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  11. I just bought this too! I will have a review up in a couple of weeks. Im glad to hear it worked for you. have you tried the shampoo and conditioner yet?


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  12. Good to hear that! I have yet to try their range of shampoo and conditioners yet since I heard not too good reviews about them....Look forward to reading the post on ur blog..

    xx

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  13.  Oh, the brazilian keratin treatment? I haven't seen that in my local store..will need to go back and check it out soon..

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  14.  I wanted to try out their shampoo and conditioner initially...but after hearing this, I thought twice and decided to go with the other brand of shampoo and conditioner...

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  15.  Yea...same here for me..I bought this mainly due to all the raves about Moroccan oil...haha

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  16. I actually didn't like MoroccanOil (the brand), it had more silicone than argan oil! I had more luck with Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan oil that I had to order online from Beyas. It was expensive, yes. But worth it, totally worth it. My hair is still thanking me for buying it, lol!

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  17. I really like this brand Kahina Giving Beauty...entire line of argan oil based from USA. U can get in Singapore at charisnaturals.com

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  18. A lot of the cheaper argan oil brands I find do not compare to the premium products...my personal favorite is the Kahina Giving Beauty line from Charis Naturals.

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  19. Moroccan Oil is one of the best product for hair.i would refer my friends and relatives to use it and in most of the Hair Salon Moroccan Oil are used as main product for treatment

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  20. I've recently bought this to try out. I applied it to my dry hair the night before washing and made a bun at the top of my head so my pillow cases wouldn't get oily. I then washed my hair with Mane n Tail shampoo and conditioner the following day and my hair is just lovely. I reckon you should try using products in variety of ways because how the manufacturer suggests doesn't always work for everyone.

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