Let’s talk about hair… I feel like females have a love-hate relationship with hair. It grows in places we don’t want it to and, due to heat and other elements, it can sometimes not look or feel as luscious as we’d like it to on our heads. Real talk, right? I personally have fine hair and need to be careful when using hair care products that weigh my hair down, so when I came across My Organics on a recent visit to Chemist Warehouse, I was intrigued to try it out.
MY. ORGANICS was created in 2012 with its founders boasting a decade in hair care.
Every product in the range uses a high concentration of pure essential oils, extracted from plants that use natural farming methods. So far, so good!
There is a decent range to choose from, including shampoos and conditioners to protective sprays and serums.
I opted for the Revitalizing Shampoo, Angel Potion and Thickening Spray, which are all super lightweight and easy to work with.
The products all naturally smell delicious and could somewhat be deemed to have healing powers for the senses and mind.
The shampoo is a delicious scent of peppermint which I find uplifting and balancing, and I look forward to washing my hair in the mornings knowing the gorgeous scent of peppermint will fill the air.
The Angel Potion is infused with goji berries so there is a lovely hint of fruitiness whilst applying the serum to the ends of the hair.
The Thickening Spray however don’t reslly have a scent…I guess the best way to describe it would be a woody/neutral blend of essential oils.
After a few weeks of using the products I can safely say I’ve been loving them and would definitely buy the shampoo again. A small amount goes a long way with the other products so I know they are going to last for a while, so they are definitely worth investing in.
Have you ever heard of the brand before or tried any products? Drop me a comment below, I’d love to know which ones you’d recommend.
Also, what are your favourite hair care brands, and do you search for particular products that target your hair type or are you drawn in by packaging etc.?