Organix logo and awards
We all know that there is lots of shady business in the world of shampoo and other cosmetic products. Because of this, companies are starting to take notice of consumers switching over to friendly products. Organix, in particular, is one of those companies that is doing their best to provide environmentally and animal friendly products.
Organix manufactures shampoos that are made entirely out of organic materials. Everything from the mixture that washes the hair, to the bottle and label that appeal to the eye, are made from materials that are healthy for the user and their environment.
The shampoos themselves are made out of (and this is straight off the bottle of Organix Vanilla Silk conditioner): Click on ingredient for more information
• Aqua (water)
• Behentrimonium Methosulfate (BMS)
• Cetearyl Glucoside
• Glyceryl Stearate
• Cetearyl Alcohol
• Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil
• Cetyl Alcohol
• Silk Amino Acids
• Vanilla Planifolia Oil
• DMDM Hydantoin
• Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter)
• Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
• Tetrasodium EDTA
From what it looks like, the ingredients are safe and won’t cause much or any bodily harm. Well, that is unless the product is swallowed…
None of Organix’s products are tested on animals! None. Nada. Zip.
Straight from their website, "Organix® bottles are eco-friendly, manufactured from materials containing recycled post-consumer resin. All labels are printed utilizing environmental inks and compostable label film made from annually renewable resource corn, not from petrochemicals.” Pretty awesome, eh?
The product is very creamy and smooth. It goes into the hair very nicely and soaks into all the necessary areas. The conditioner keeps hair tame and easily “brush-able”.
Organix shampoos and conditioners are a definite strong suggestion for everyday shower routines.
Organix products can be purchased at these locations. All information, except ingredient information, gathered from the Organix website. Photos courtesy Organix.