Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Product Review: Botanique Spa Professional Morroco Argan Oil Shampoo

     The long wait is over! Finally I'm already using another organic product that I considered as my first organic shampoo. Remember my #NailaholicsGateway Bloggers' Event post? They added a big 350ml bottle of Morrocco Argan Oil shampoo in our loot bags. I never expected that after the wonderful service they gave us during the event, they still included us another bag full of wonderful goodies! I'm one happy kid when I got home :) Anyhoo, I've been using this shampoo for a month now. I'm using it everyday! Huwaat? Everyday?! Yes dearies, everyday. I'm sure long time readers of this blog will insist that I'm breaking my hair care routine. I shampoo my hair 2-3 times a week because my tresses is not really exposed to dust and dirt. Since I stay at home most of the time, I do not worry that I'm already neglecting my hair by not shampooing it every time I take a bath. But when I've tried using this Morocco Argan Oil Shampoo for 7 days straight 3 weeks ago, I'm impressed with the results! That's the time when I decided to use this everyday. 

     The only downside of this shampoo is the accessibility. I called Nailaholics Sm Fairview branch to ask some information about the product. The attendant said that Botanique Spa Morrocco Argan Oil Shampoo is only being sold at selected branches of Nailaholics Nail Salon and Spa. So if you want to get hold of this shampoo, please refer to the link I posted below and check your nearest Nailaholics branch for availability. 
Botanique Spa Professional Morroco Argan Oil Shampoo
Morocco Argan Oil Shampoo is blended with rich Vitamin E and Essential Oils. Your hair will be easy to manage and have lots of body and shine. The essential oils eliminate frizzy hair and split ends.

Botanique Spa Professional Morroco Argan Oil Shampoo
natural preservatives, paraben, sulfate + mineral oil free

Yay for this functional pump :)
Botanique Spa Professional Morroco Argan Oil Shampoo
The texture of this shampoo is thick and color white.
size: 350ml e 11.83fl.oz.

price: 600 php (Around $13.80+)

place bought: Free
As of the moment, this is exclusively available at Nailaholics Nail Salon and Spa.
Feel free to call your nearest Nailaholics Salon and Spa Branches to check for availability.

instruction for use: Apply an appropriate amount to wet hair, work into lather and massage through from scalp to hair ends. Leave on for 1-2 minutes before rinsing thoroughly with warm water. 

ingredients: Water (Aqua), Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, PEG-8 Esters, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Octyl Methoxycinnamate, Prunus amygdalus amara (Bitter Almond) Extract, Panax Ginseng (Ginseng) Extract, Salvia officinalis (Sage) Extract, Saponaria officinalis (Soapwort) Extract, Macrocystis pyrifera (Giant Kelp) Extract, Cymbopogon schoenanthus (Lemongrass) Extract, C.I. 19140, C.I. 14700, Murraya Koenigii (Curry) Leaf Oil (and) Cinnamomum Zeylanicum (Cinnamon) Leaf oil (and) Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Oil.

What I like:
  • Fairly priced at 600 php considering that hair care products containing Argan Oil is sold at a steep price. Argan Oil is one of the expensive beauty oils that I know. 
  • It contains natural preservatives.
  • Paraben, sulfate and mineral oil free.
  • It somehow does fall under my category of organic shampoo because it contains more natural ingredients than chemicals. 
  • I like the squeaky clean feel of my hair every after use.
  • I didn't experienced scalp irritations and zits on my forehead that I always happen to me whenever I use a new brand of hair care product.
  • Made my color-treated hair less dry and frizzy.
  • I experienced less hair fall compared to other brands of shampoo in the market.
  • Since I have only have few split-ends to deal with, I'm not sure if this shampoo had helped them became more unnoticeable because I really don't see them now.
  • The texture is thick.
  • Sealed upon purchase.
  • Housed in a classy bottle with pump.
  • Batch, manufacturing and expiry date printed on the bottle.
What I don't like:
  • The scent doesn't last that long.
  • I need 4 pumps to get a good lather on my long hair. I usually use 2-3 pumps on my previous shampoo. 
  • It's not readily available in leading department stores and supermarkets. 
Will I purchase?Yes! I'm also planning to buy the conditioner.

Recommendation:  
     I give this a 4.75/5 rating. I think this shampoo will work wonders not only to dry and frizzy hair but to brittle and falling hair as I saw major improvements on the number of hair strands on my comb and on the ground. Even though I considered this organic and natural, some individuals may be sensitive to one of the ingredients listed above. But other than that, I highly recommend this shampoo. It does make my hair thin and limp hair squeaky clean, shiny with added volume.

     Have you tried using organic shampoo? What brand can you recommend? Thank you dearies!

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8 comments:

  1. This product looks nice.. :) but it's a bit expensive nga lang... then the scent doesn't last long :(

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  2. Waahh I don't know if my comment was posted I lost internet. Anyway, this looks promising. I love Argan oil for the hail, I even use it alone. Have you tried Mondes Argan oil Mask? I think it will work well with this product :)

    PS. Nice to meet you last sunday! ^_^

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  3. Kaaaath! Shampoo pala yung sayo. Conditioner naman ung sakin, and I looove it! Haven't tried using the mask yet but so excited na :D

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  4. i like hair products that have argan oil!! i think the price is reasonable indeed. :)

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  5. Been hearing a lot of bloggers and vloggers raving about argan oil! maybe it's high time i try it too :)

    Angel
    http://angeldiamante.blogspot.com/

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  6. Shampoos with Vitamin E and Essential Oils are really a must have. At the price of P600, I think it's reasonably priced. Too bad it's only sold at selected stored :(

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  7. @Rhea Bue- Hello Rhea, thanks for visiting. Yup, it's a bit expensive lalo na for budget conscious individuals.

    @Genzel Kisses- Don't worry, hindi naman na double post :) Haven't tried the mondes Argan Oil Mask pero may na try ako na variant ng Mondes, nairitate yung scalp ko. I hope ok yung Argan oil mask nila.

    @Aya- hello :) Yup, sayo pala conditioner. Naku, gusto ko din yan para same ng brand gamit ko. Grabeeeeeeeee yung mask as in sobrang lambot talaga ng hair ko saka ang ganda! Tinitipid ko nga, Hahaha!

    @hazel- wow, what brands na natry mo?

    @Angel Diamante- yup, dami nila nag rave. Thanks to them talaga, I also discovered another product that's natural and works for my color treated hair.

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  8. Hi everyone, I have all sets of Argan oil, shampoo's, conditioners and caviar and keratin masks from nupsa hair cosmetics, as the above posted product, if you are interested in buying single or wholesale contact me on 07572720786 or visit my Facebook page Meddy Hair Salon. Thank you

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