This dr.organic Bioactive Skincare Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner has all the contemporary aspects that beauty bloggers love products to contain. It’s organic, it’s got argan oil and it got vitamins, antioxidants and essential fatty acids. So I set out to find out how it is at doing the job it sets out to do – conditioning my hair.
Its branded as a restorative treatment conditioner. As such I thought that it would be a product that would be very rich that you might only want to use once in a while. It comes in a 200ml tub and has the consistency of a treatment in that it looks and feels rich and creamy. Once on the hair though it didn’t feel any more potent than your average conditioner and whilst I think that it does a reasonable job the results weren’t that dramatic. My hair is shiny but certainly doesn’t feel like its had a treatment.
I’ve asked myself if this is because my hair is over processed and coloured and it’s just too much of a challenge. So I asked my daughter to try it and she found it to be disastrous! She told me that for her the product was way too rich. In fact the morning after use her hair looked as though (and I use her words) she had dipped it in chip fat. She had to tie it back for the day as she was too embarrassed to wear it to work loose.
So I guess overall it’s not a bad product. but maybe it suits only certain types of hair – and neither my daughter or I have the right kind. Sorry dr.organic. Hopefully I’ll get to try some of your other products soon and you’ll have the chance to convince me that you’re great!
If you want to give it a try it costs £7.99 here.
Have you tried this product? Do you love it or loathe it? I’d love to hear.
I received this as a PR sample. I wasn’t paid to write the post and the opinions are my own.
3 thoughts on “Review – dr.organic Bioactive Skincare Organic Moroccan Argan Oil Restorative Treatment Conditioner”
Hi. please help me to restore my hair. My scalp is allergic to some staff I do not know what, even in the natural products.
I use your producr; snail gel on my faxe and it looks gorgeous. So I thought you might have a solution for my hair.
when I use most of the producrs, I start itching and then small painful waterly pipples fill my head. In the Hospital, they gave me stirods and I can not live using them. I used some Palmers curling cream and it was very good and then it disappeared from the shops. This cream was free from sulfur and petrolium and it had sunsceeen.
I would really appreciate if you come up with something helpful.
Hi Judy I don’t work for the brand. I’m an idiot dependant blogger. Perhaps you could contact them via their website or alternatively Holland & Barrett may be able to offer some advice.