Friday, May 20, 2016

First Botany Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo Review

Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo by First Botany comes in a 16 oz amber hue plastic bottle with a pump.  

It contains 100% pure Moroccan Argan Oil.  It is sulfate free which is the main reason I like it.   I always read labels before using any shampoo.  This is said to be safe for color treated hair, however just like with the other similar Argan shampoo I evaluated recently, my Indigo runs a bit when I use this, so I only wash my hair 1-2 times a week. (This unfortunately happens with all the sulfate free shampoos I have tried in the last few years).  I tint my hair with pure, body art quality henna and indigo about once a month to tint my premature grey. I also want to note that we have hard water, and I do use a Waterchef brand shower filter to assist with build up and overly stripping my hair due to the hard water.  

The shampoo is safe for daily use.  I wash my hair about twice per week and use water rinses only in between shampoos.  (I still shower regularly, just not my hair portion.)  I like the fragrance of this shampoo. 

Argan Oil is nourishing and I use it in most everything.  I oil cleanse my face with Argan, use it directly on my skin, and mix it into my homemade skin salve and cloth diaper / wipe solution.  Argan oil also provides Vitamin E, carotene and essential fatty acids.  Avocado Oil contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, and E.  Jojoba is high in Vitamins A, B and E and thickens hair while providing moisture.  Jojoba is similar to the scalp's natural sebum and does not weigh down hair. 

Camellia Seed Oil provides antioxidants as well as nourishes skin and scalp. Botanical Keratin smooths hair and makes it silky and manageable.  Almond Oil is rich in proteins and Vitamin D.   I do want to note that this shampoo and the Argan shampoo I reviewed recently are quite similar.  


Distilled water, Argan (Moroccan) Oil, Avocado Oil, Jojoba Oil, Camellia Seed Oil, Botanical Keratin, and Almond Oil, Coconut oil, acyl sarcosine, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium laurel sarcosine

And here are the very similar (the same actually and listed in same order) ingredients to the Argan oil shampoo I recently reviewed:

Distilled water, Argan (Moroccan) Oil, Avocado Oil, Jojoba Oil, Camellia Seed Oil, Botanical Keratin, and Almond Oil, Coconut oil, acyl sarcosine, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium laurel sarcosine.

I had the same results from both products.  I like them both equally and did not find any major differences.  I think both are high in quality and as far as ingredients go, they both are recommended.  

I received this shampoo complimentary for review, no other compensation was provided.  

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