At ShesSmart.com we love to take part in, and share, organic hair care reviews. Organic EVERYTHING is a must right now (and for the future.) I had the pleasure of being able to review the Simply Organic Moisture Wash & Rinse duo (Shampoo & Conditioner) which is perfect for dry hair in the winter.
The Simply Organic Moisture Rich Shampoo is a gentle cleanser of your hair which has olive leaf extract, organic honey and nature’s essential oils so that it is helping to strengthen and hydrate your hair.
It does not weight your hair down, and as someone with heavy, thick hair, I really love products that are lightweight like this. Simply Organic shampoo reviews agree, this is nice stuff!
The only thing I didn’t love was the smell, which seemed a little like “hot lemon” aka this Flu tea stuff I once had to drink. But the smell doesn’t linger, and the conditioner smells much better.
It’s the dead of Winter right now, and often I’ll feel my hair get static-y because of a lack of moisture in the air and in my hair. Something I noticed after my first use with the Simply Organic Shampoo and Moisture Rich Conditioner is that my hair felt silky and there was no static. File this under: best organic shampoo reviews!
The Simply Organic Moisture Rich Conditioner is, as you might have guessed, a moisturizing conditioner! My friend has very long hair that she colors, and she was telling me how she might just chop it all off because her hair feels so brittle. If that’s the case for you, you really should look into this conditioner. It gives a weightless shine and hydrates your hair. My hair really did feel light when I used it. This has got to be a contender for the best organic conditioner for dry hair.
I really love the pump bottle for this. My pro beauty tip for you guys is before you put on any conditioner, first squeeze out the excess moisture in your hair becuase otherwise you’re putting your product on water-soaked hair that is going to drip away without working on your hair. Your hair will still be wet, just not dripping. Then I work the conditioner into my hair, but starting at the tips and only on the hair from the nape of my neck – down. If you condition everywhere, my experience (with my hair) is that all of my hair can become too oily or limp. Sometimes I’ll work conditioner into hair that drops down at the side/front of my face, but otherwise I save product and am able to wash my hair every other day without having oily hair.
Other great points about the Simply Organic Conditioner:
— KIDS! It’s very quick to detangle your hair (like, INSTANT, boom!) – so this would be a great kids conditioner since they often have hair that gets knotted up in the most bizarre ways. Who would have thought that to find great kids products you should also look for organic conditioner reviews, huh?
— MEN! The bottles are pretty, and because of their honey brown colors with a subtle green and aggressive typeface on the label – you could easily get a guy to use this brand. (Guys that I know are notorious for not being willing to use any girly-looking bottles or fancy-sounding names.)
Their Simply Organic lip balm gives moisture to dry lips. Ingredients include Sunflower Oil, Beeswax, Coconut Oil, Vanilla and Aloe Vera. Sounds almost good enough to eat, huh? I think this is a very nice balm! It glides on great and you’ll appreciate the staying power. I love that it’s organic and all natural.
Simply Organic also offers other types of organic shampoos (everyday, volume, refresh) and organic conditioners as well as organic styling products (shine spray, anti-frizz creme, rejuvenating sealer, organic hair spray), soaps, and candles.
Visit: SimplyOrganicBeauty.com for their line of organic hair products.
We are very willing (hint hint) to provide more Simply Organic reviews in the future!
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