I am a huge fan of the OGX Shampoo and Conditioners. Not only do they smell divine, but they are so wonderful and come in a variety of different scents. I've tried out Coconut Milk, Acai Berry Avacado and Morrocan Argon Oil but Macadamia Oil is definitely a current favourite.
The packaging is sleek and minimalistic. For me, it gives off a somewhat tropical/earthy vibe due to it only having three colours; brown, gold and green. It comes in a sturdy plastic bottle with a gold cap. Each bottle contains 385ml of product and it's recyclable! The product only expired after 18 months and I can reassure you that it is something you will want to repurchase.
The scent smells absolutely heavenly. It's sweet, refreshing and makes my hair feel extra clean after I've washed it.
The formula is slightly thick and goopy. A little goes a long way with this product as it lathers your strands from roots to ends. This one is designed to lock moisture in and smooth dry hair, which is perfect if you're currently experiencing winter like I am. My favourite thing about this product is how shiny it makes your hair look after washing and even more so after styling.
The product claims to "smooth parched, dry hair while exotic sugar cane extract and bamboo extract soften and helps to reduce the appearance of split ends for a luscious, vibrant mane with brilliant shine."
My hair definitely needs extra moisture as it has a mind of its own and is at times extremely curly despite being naturally wavy. It definitely makes my hair look shiny and feel a lot softer after application. I don't necessarily believe it reduces the appearance of split ends as I think that's something you can only reduce by getting a haircut, but it does help to give an extra boost of colour to your hair due to the glossy sheen it leaves behind.
I highly recommend these to any of you who haven't tried it. I purchased mine for €12 a bottle and I generally get them at Kruidvat or Albert Heijn but as far as I know you can get them at pretty much any drugstore worldwide. If you have tried this out before, let me know what you think in the comments and if you haven't, I'd love to hear your thoughts or questions!
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