You know the saying, “why fix something if it isn’t broke?”
I should have taken this saying into consideration when I was shampoo shopping a couple of weeks ago.
I finished up the Herbal Essences shampoo and conditioner I was using recently, and despite enjoying the results of these two products, I thought for whatever reason it was a good time to switch things up and try out a new shampoo and conditioner.
Well, that’s sort a lie. I have used the OGX Argan Oil of Morocco shampoo and conditioner in the past, but never religiously. More on an occasional basis, when my designated shampoo and conditioner had run out.
Anyways, I decided to pick up this shampoo and conditioner from OGX because I have used other products of their in the past which I liked. I’ve been using the duo for a couple of weeks now, and so far they have made my scalp incredibly dry and irritated, to the point that when I scratch my head it looks like it’s snowing.
Yes, it’s that bad.
I didn’t want to stop using the products altogether when I initially noticed the dandruff partying on my head in hopes of persevering and somehow forcing my scalp to build up a resistance.
It’s a shame, because the Argan Oil of Morocco shampoo and conditioner deliver in terms of hydration and boosting shine, but the itching is not something I can deal with on the daily. Further, they’re not the cheapest products, retailing for roughly $12 each, hence why I’m trying my best to push through and use the entirety of their contents.
I’m not sure if I will, in fact, be able to use up both bottles, but I definitely won’t be purchasing these products again. They simply don’t get along with my scalp, and at the end of the day, the scalp is boss.
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