|Organix – Nourishing Coconut Milk Anti-Breakage Serum – $17.99|
Soo, I kinda forgot about this product. It sat at the back of my cupboard for ages. If you’ve read my blog for a while, you might have seen this post about my Organix Moroccan Argan Oil that I loooooveeeeeeeee. I bought the Coconut Milk out of pure curiosity. Partly because it looks like an oil but it’s called milk. What even? Another because I like this brand and coconut oil is amazing.
On the front of the bottle reads “Indulge your senses with this exclusive blend of coconut milk to nourish your hair while ultra whipped egg white proteins add strength and elasticity, along with weightless coconut oils for hydration and balance.”
What I like about this is that it’s very nourishing. I feel like it really softens my hair and makes it feel much healthier. I do find this heavier than the Moroccan Argan oil, so I don’t like to use it too often. I tend to just use it when my hair is feeling really dry. Also, if my hair is feeling really bad, and I need to wash it, I’ll use this as a sort of hair mask. I’ll use a fair amount and really work it into the ends of my hair and sleep with it over night. If my hair doesn’t need to be washed but I really want a boost, I do the same thing, just with a lot less product.
I’m really enjoying my rediscovery of this product. I don’t love it like I do my Moroccan Argan Oil and I don’t think I’d die if I could never use it again. It is a really nice product though and handy as a quick way to boost your hair back to a semblance of health. This does need to be used sparingly as it can make your hair look dirty and oily if over used. It does sink in, it just takes a while, which is why I recommend over night use.
The thing with Organix, they don’t test on animals (woohoo) but they are misleading. Despite the name and the fact that they don’t contain sulphates or parabens, they aren’t actually certified organic. This means that they don’t necessarily use organic or even natural ingredients. If that doesn’t bother you too much this is fine. Also, the coconut products and egg whites listed on the front of the bottle only start to appear as the sixth ingredient on the ingredient list.
This is actually part of Woolworths 2 for $20 at the moment, but it’s available at most places too, including my ever favourite Priceline. it is on the pricier side but a little goes a looonnng way and mine has lasted me forever.
- Very nourishing
- Good for an occasional treatment
- Cheaper than the Moroccan Argan Oil
- No sulphates or parabens
- Odd ingredients
- Can look oily in hair
All in all, I like it, but I don’t love it. Handy, but not a must have. I feel like this product would work best on someone with quite course, thick, frizzy hair. I obviously haven’t tested this theory out, but I think that due to it’s heavy nature this might work better for them.
Thanks for reading!