Hey, according to their website Organix uses "weightless silicones". Now tell me something....are there really any real reason even the more natural or whatever-you-want-to-call-them-anymore-products feel the need to use silicones? To me that just defeats the purpose of the "natural" emollients and extracts that they say will make your hair soft and shiny....I guess it does with a coat of polish like silicone!:neutral:
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password: curly

3B w/3A underneath

Medium texture
Average porosity

Crazy-picky hair; likes some oils and proteins, but not others, can tolerate some glycerin.

Current products-
Co-wash: Suave/Vo5/TJ Refresh
Rinse out & Leave in: Suave Tropical Coconut/Garnier Triple Nutrition
Gel: Herbal Essences Set Me Up/Aussie Tizz No Frizz


  • hmkennyhmkenny Posts: 1,409Registered Users
    Well, silicones do condition the hair.
    3a/medium texture/normal porosity
  • agent_003bdagent_003bd Posts: 142Registered Users
    It's probably more about marketing than about being "natural" or "organic".

    hmkenny - I agree.
    2/3a mix

    Shampoo-free since 09/04