- Up to 100 washes
- A hydrating drink for dry locks
- Biodegradable surfactants
- Contains natural Australian ingredients
Thanks to Moist shampoo, with natural aloe accents, it's a cinch to say goodbye dry hair, hello silky softness.
My other option for a shampoo would've been Curls Cleansing Cream but I am nowhere near a Rickys, so I opted for something closer. Now, I chose Aussie because I live for their 3 minute miracle deeeeep conditioner, but I can't say I wasn't skeptical, I mean, every review I read about this shampoo was BAD! but I figured, if I didn't like it, the least I could do was return it to Walgreens right?
And so I gave it a try. I must say, after having the worst experience with Creme of Nature Argan Oil Shampoo, and reading the reviews on this shampoo, I was expecting stripped, matted hair, BUT that is not what happened *whew!*. My hair felt squeaky clean, but not to the point where I want to return it, my hair just felt CLEAN. So I guess i'll keep it :) lol.
The 2nd product I tried was Organix Repairing Awapuhi Ginger Recovery Mask.
- Enriched With Awapuhi Ginger Extract And Keratin Proteins
- For Soft, Touchable, Bouncy & Shiny Hair
- Mends And Softens Dry, Coarse Hair
- Stimulates The Scalp With Freshness
It was alright I guess. I didn't like that it wasn't as thick/creamy as the Raw Retention Mask, but I will continue to use it, hopefully I will see some form of difference, and if all else fails, I can use it as a leave in :)
What are your go-to (Holy grail) products?
Mine are Curls cleansing cream and Shea Moisture Raw Shea Butter Masque, but I like to switch it up every now & then..