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Organix Beauty

Posted on Thursday, August 22nd, 2013 at 8:00 am
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Organix strives for their beauty products to be pure and simple. The company uses inspired formulas containing exotic ingredients for great scents. The hair products come in a variety of scents including, grapefruit mango, Moroccan argan oil, vanilla silk, Brazilian keratin, pomegranate green tea, coconut milk, cherry blossom ginseng, tea tree mint, and passion fruit guava. All Organix products do not contain lauryl or laureth sulfates and all Organix shampoos and conditioners are paraben free. The majority of Organix products are gluten-free with the exception of biotin and Collagen and Citrus Mint ranges, which contain hydrolyzed wheat protein. Organix products are never tested on animals. The company is always seeking ways to be more sustainable, however they promise to never sacrifice quality or performance. Organix  bottles are made from recycled, post-consumer resin. Prices among shampoo, conditioner, and body wash vary depending on type and size, but are usually under $20 per bottle. Visit their official website for more information and look for their products in stores near you.

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