I recently tried the Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco – Intense Moisturising Treatment and I was impressed. I was almost running out of shampoo and conditioner so I went ahead and purchased the Shampoo and Conditioner from the same range. I had heard so much hoopla about this that I was compelled to check it out.
- Shampoo: Helps restore and strengthen your locks to silky perfection. It will help protect your hair from styling, without any sulfates or parabens.
- Conditioner: This renewing formula helps strengthen and soften all at once, smoothing your locks into their silkiest potential.
Shampoo – 750 INR for 385 ml | Buy Online: http://amzn.to/2mzwWi5
Conditioner – 750 INR for 385 ml| Buy Online: http://amzn.to/2n5Ev4f
They comes in a sturdy plastic bottle and the conditioner and shampoo look dangerously similar to each other. They can be easily confused one for the other in the shower so one needs to read the label every time. The good thing about the packaging is they claim to be ecofriendly since they are made of recycled post consumer resin. Both smell the same and the fragrance has nothing remarkable about it and it doesn’t last for more than a day.
The shampoo is of a thin gel like consistency where as the conditioner is thick and creamy. The good part about the shampoo is it claims to have sulphate free surfactants and is paraben free. It does a good job of cleaning the hair and scalp without drying it. The hair feels soft and hydrated. I have mid length straight hair with an oily scalp so I do need quite a bit to cover all that hair. I have tried this shampoo without any conditioner and surprisingly it held its ground, which says a lot about its performance.
The shampoo gets your hopes up but the conditioner is prompt to bring you back down. After the shampoo did so well, the lacklustre performance of the conditioner was very unsatisfying. It is a pricey product and I expected more. The conditioner by itself does nothing for my hair. In consistency it seems rich but it wont smoothen the hair nor does it detangle. If used along with the shampoo there is some effect which I think can be attributed to the shampoo alone.
- Eco Friendly Packaging
- Cruelty Free
- Sulphate Free Surfactants
- Shampoo cleans without drying the hair.
- Conditioner has no perceivable effect
- Conditioner is pricy considering the poor performance. (Similar level of performance can be achieved by drugstore products for less)
Apple sometimes does fall really far away from the tree. Ditch the conditioner and go for the treatment. They cost the same and the treatment works far better in comparison to the conditioner. The shampoo is worth giving a shot if you are looking for something slightly better than the super market picks.
Have you tried these or any other products from this brand? Let me know your experience in the comments.