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New Haircare!

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I realised I haven't been posting on my blog recently, I've been to focused on these weekly blogs, or as I call them "VLOG WEDNESDAYS"... and it is Wednesday today, so this week's vlog is currently uploading to my Youtube channel.

I'd like to show you my new find, a new shampoo + conditioner. I know I have blogged before about the Organix Moroccan Argan Oil shampoo and conditioner, but a couple of weeks ago, I went into Boots as I needed to buy some more, or at least I thought I needed to top up on Shampoo... And I came across these babies.



So this is the BIOTIN & COLLAGEN by Organix hair care range, and they claim that they will basically give you thicker and fuller hair.

I really enjoyed using Organix's Moroccan Argan Oil hair care, but I was starting to get a bit sick of the smell. I know I probably said I loved the smell of the products, but maybe I just didn't love it enough to want to continue using it. So when I came across these, I was so drawn into them, especially when I saw the MASSIVE word Collagen written across the bottles.



The shampoo comes in the same packaging as my previous shampoo (same with the conditioner) but this one has a much better consistency. I remember the main negative comment I gave about the Moroccan Argan Oil one was that the consistency was a little thick, meaning it would take a lot more strength in squeezing the shampoo and especially the conditioner out of the bottle.




The liquid of both this shampoo and conditioner is a pastel lilac colour and this one smells a lot more alluring. After washing my hair, at night and blowdrying etc... My hair would still smell like the shampoo the whole of the following day.

I have been using the shampoo and conditioner for about a week or 2 now and my first impression? I can't really fault it. I'm still not happy that Organix don't do a larger bottle because I'm used to having HUGE 400ml pump bottles of shampoo in my shower. This means I end up having to top up all the time...!




I actually also bought this (see above), the Root Boost Spray from the exact same range.
I've been using the Charles Worthington Texturising Spray which helps to lift the volume of your hair, but I found that actually hardened my hair and made it have that after-hairspray crusty feel, so I've stopped using that and just tried my best to give my hair volume from a blow-dry.

This Root Boost Spray is a liquid spray which seems to even condition my hair when I use it.
One morning, I tried JUST using these Organix products on my hair and nothing else, no Moroccan Oil, no serums, nothing... And this Root Boost Spray didn't leave my hair greasy or crusty, in fact it felt a lot smoother than usual - WITH volume!

This spray is used on damp hair, so maybe towel dried hair and then you style as usual, it actually says on the back of the bottle - (something along the lines of) you can also bring it out and top up during the day. I spray this near to the roots of my hair after my shower in the morning and the volume actually lasts all day. If I were to bring this product in my handbag, I really don't think I would bring this actual bottle, I'd probably put some in one of those travel-sized spray bottles, it's a little bulky if you're travelling light!

I even tried just air-drying it and it wasn't greasy either. So I am definitely liking this product. This week, I'm going to try just using the shampoo and conditioner, then the MoroccanOil on my hair and see what the difference is, hopefully I won't lose that volume.

I'll let you know what I think of these products later on because I think this may just be my first impression on the product!











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5 comments

  1. These sound like a great range of products, will have to keep an eye out for them in my local Boots! :)

    Jess xo

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  2. Uh oh! I just bought the Argan oil one you were using before and now you recommend this one?!! You're going to make me go bankrupt girl!

    Rachel K xxxxx

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  3. I have been eyeing this range, but I need to use up some of my other shampoos before. Great post :)

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  4. They sound promising! Since the layers in my hair have grown out, my hair has gotten a bit flat...might try these products then ^^

    N H Y C♥

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  5. thanks for this post babe, may give it a try~ I was going to buy the Loreal Fibrology range this weekend. Saw the ad on TV few days ago haha. I have really thin hair now, cut it to just below shoulder length :(

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