Friday, April 24, 2015

DermOrganic Daily Conditioning Shampoo

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is given to me. I am not affiliate with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

When I went to iFabbo San Francisco Conference, we received a great goody bag.

I reviewed Vitabath Body Wash in Cucumber & White Tea and Dreamy Pink Frosting.
We also received a lot of DermOrganic products. I already reviewed DermOrganic Intensive Hair Repair Masque I highly recommend! For this post, I will review the shampoo.
Product Review: DermOrganic Daily Conditioning Shampoo

Where to purchase: online at dermorganic.com
Price: $18 for 350 mL/ 12 fl oz

Made in USA

Description from the packaging: Made with gentle cleansers derived from lipids and amino acids that moisturize and strengthen salon-treated hair. Gentle on hair, scalp and skin, it creates a rich luxurious lather that makes other sulfate-free shampoo jealous!

* Gentle sulfate-free formula
* Made with lipid and amino acid based facial cleansers
* Safe for color-treated hair
* Revitalizes and enlivens
* Rich luxurious lather makes other sulfate-free shampoos jealous!
* Enriched with Omega-6, Panthenol, Rice Keratin and Antioxidants
Ingredients:
Thoughts: I've been using this product for a long time now with the combination of DermOrganic Intensive Hair Repair Masque. Even when I finished the DermOrganic Intensive Hair Repair Masque, I still used this with other normal conditioners.
I love that it comes in a pump. Most shampoos that I know of comes in a tube that you need to squeeze. In my opinion, it's a lot easier to pump than squeeze or at least I would like to think that. After the next picture, you will know what I meant by that statement.
Here's a picture of the consistency. It's probably not noticeable in the picture but the consistency is on the thick creamy side. It made it hard to pump out of the packaging. I even tried diluting it with water and that didn't help that much.

Now for my overall opinion... First of all when I first smelled the shampoo, it smelled good. It smelled exactly like the Intensive Hair Repair Masque. It's on the fruity side which I tend to like. When I applied it onto my hair, it smelled different. It wasn't that fruity but it wasn't that bad. Plus, the smell only lingers for couple of sections when applied onto the hair. Secondly, it's really easy to apply and use. I'm not too sure if it has to do with my hair texture. My hair is extremely dry from bleaching and hair dyes. When I apply the shampoo on my hair, it feels dry and extremely crispy. I'm not too sure why and it's the first time I ever experienced this with any shampoos. In all honesty, I don't know what to think about this. I'm not too sure if that's the reason why my hair sucks up so much conditioner. It could be a combination of many things. Lastly after I apply the conditioner, my hair feels soft and it goes back to my normal state of hair.

Pros:
* Made with certified Argan oil of Morocco.
* Comes in a pump.
* Easy to use/apply.
* Vegan.
* No artificial preservatives.
* Sulfate-free & gluten-free.
* No sodium, chloride, salt, mea, dea or dyes.
* Paraben-free & propylene glycol-free.
* Cruelty-free.

Cons:
* Can be hard to find in stores.
* Consistency is thick and creamy; made it hard to pump out of the bottle.
* Scent doesn't match the smell from the bottle.
* My hair felt dried/crispy after the application.
* Hair soaked up a lot of conditioner.

Would repurchase: No.
Rating:  2/5 Tobey's Paws


Other products I received from iFabbo reviewed/swatched:

Disclaimer: The product mentioned in this post is given to me. I am not affiliate with the company nor getting paid to advertise the product. This post is written with my honest opinion.

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