Product Review: Organix Coconut Milk Shampoo/Conditioner

Product Spiel:
Nourishing Coconut Milk Shampoo & Conditioner
Coconut Milk Shampoo and Conditioner is an exclusive blend of organic coconut milk to nourish your hair, while ultra whipped egg white proteins add strength and elasticity, along with weightless coconut oils to add hydration and balance. The luxuriously creamy, foaming, hydrating formula leaves your hair feeling clean, glowing, softly scented and super soft.

Why they say you should buy it:

Luxurious Sulfate Free & Paraben Free Formulas • Organic Active
Ingredients • Amazing Scents •Safe For Color-Treated Hair

What’s it in...
Organix® bottles are eco-friendly, manufactured from materials
containing recycled post-consumer resin. All labels are printed
utilizing environmental inks and compostable label film made from
annually renewable resource corn, not from petrochemicals.

Dl Water (Aqua), Cetyl Alcohol, Behentrimonium, Cetearyl Alcohol,
Cetearyl Glucoside, Glyceryl Stearate, Glycerin, Cyclomethicone,
Dimethicone, Jojoba Oil, Panthenol, Silk Amino Complex,
Coconut Milk,Egg White Protein, Coconut Oil,
Tocopheryl Acetate (vitamin E),Tetrasodium EDTA, Fragrance,
DMDM Hydantoin, Methylchloroisothiazolinone,

Not the worst ingredients list I've ever seen but some of the
componentscould be deemed hazardous, as with anything I
would use products in moderation and alternate with other products.
For the safest bet, naturalproducts only are a good idea.
(Check out Anita Grants Range)

I am fast becoming a fan of the products, the intoxicating smell alone
of coconut milk range is amazing and my hair feels like silk as these
products really do nourish and moisturise both the scalp and hair.
Organix also has a mandarin, olive oil, shea butter, vanilla silk, mocha
grapefruit mango butter and pasionfruit guava products which all look
equally tempting.

Where to Buy
The best thing is these products are available from most major
retailers and onyour high street: Boots, Tesco, Sainsburys to
name a few. You can also purchase this from Leilu's Amazon

Price: £5 - £7

I'm a fan, are you? Let us know your feelings, good or bad on the
organix ranges

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How I Protect My hair before Shampoo - PrePoo

Hi All,

This is a video I made showing how I Protect my hair before it is shampoo'ed. This process is called PrePoo for short on all the blogs, forums and communities.

It shows me apply my oil (JBCO) and conditioner (Hello Hydration) prior to shampooing. Once this is done I put it under a plastic cap and leave.

I then shampoo and condition as normal. Note that the amounts of oil and conditioner are not visible in the video. Sorry - Bad Angling of the camera- but I would suggest about a 50p sized glob so that you can distribute it all over the hair. For more info check out PrePoo, CoWash and Shampoo

Thanks for watching
Please let me know your comments or if you have a better method you would like to share, or if you disagree with anything I have said.

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Where to Buy Black Hair Care Products - Online Stores UK

here to Buy Black Hair Products In Stores in the UK

If you have been at a loss as to where to purchase products especially if you live away from a big city, check out the list below of online hair care stores.

Antidote Street

@Bar Beauty Boutique
An online and in-store experience. @Bar Beauty Boutique provide a platform for independent beauty brands, giving them an avenue of distribution and awareness through our retail stores and website, and to give the woman of colour access to brands and products specifically formulated for their hair and skin type.
At Bar Beauty Boutique
@Bar Beauty Boutique
Next Stop Arcade
203 Lewisham High Street
SE13 6LY 
Facebook: https;//

Blushes & Brushes Cosmetics For All Colours offers Hair, Skin and Makeup products for ethnic skin at competitive prices. We also provide premium luxury products for the discerning person of colour. Products for you and your whole household are readily available to purchase online with the convenience of delivery to your front door. We bring the you a realistic online shopping experience without the hassle.

Blushes & Brushes

For a few of the more rare products that you may not find elsewhere and a great source for PhytoSpecific products.


Dominican Haircare

Dominican Haircare specialises in high quality, high performance hair products from the Dominican Republic at competitive prices. The The products we sell are formulated to nourish the hair and scalp and are fortified with vitamins and minerals that result in soft, manageable healthy hair. Our bestselling products include the Crece Pelo (which means grow hair in Spanish) treatment which encourages hair growth with the use of 15 plant extracts and Silicon Mix range of products. Both have achieved cult status in the US and are now available to buy here in the UK. We also stock a range of hair growth drops designed to be applied on the scalp for nourishment and increase scalp circulation for thicker, longer hair.

Dominican Hair Care

Beauty By Zara

In London & Essex - Online and In store

You can find your Shea Moisture Products here including the Shea Moisture hair colour dye
Beauty By Zara
Address: 395 Walworth Rd, London SE17 2AW
Phone:020 7701 6655
Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Amazon Shea Moisture

Boots the Chemist

British Curlies

British Curlies

Feel Unique

Feel Unique

Look Fantastic
Look Fantastic Online Store



  • Keep your eyes peeled for shops in your area that stock your products and let us know so we can add to our 'Where To Buy' lists!

    Failing that see if No Scrunchie can find you a hairdresser in your area:

    No Scrunchie

    Any user (you!) can find a salon in any area, find a hairstyle that suits them using the virtual hairstyler, rate a salon that they have been to and rate hairstyles as well. The site will focus greatly on Afro Caribbean/black hair salons and other niche hair markets like curly hair as it is what we know more about and also seems more in need of help. But you can of course add and rate any salon.

    No Scrunchie

    Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity!

    In a Rush - For the Super Mum

    Super Mum
    If like me you are full time mum, also in full time work and a part time student making time for your hair isnt easy.

    I would recommend these quick and fast routines:

    Wash your hair Wednesdays and Saturdays if you are doing a two day a week routine
    Saturdays only, if you can only manage one day a week.
    Keeping to a routine is good for your hair and documenting what you do and which products you use in a particular week is a good way to keep track of what works for your hair, also is you are super busy scheduing in time for your hair is always a good idea.

    Two Day Regime
    Wednesday morning - 20 minutes
    Wake up and immediately pre-poo with plastic cap
    Should take no longer than 2 minutes then sort the kids out make breakfast etc.

    During your shower co - wash, then towel dry and put your moisturising conditioner for about ten minutes while you have your shower, shave etc and then wash out.

    Saturdays are a bit more tricky with the kids/pets running around your legs- 30 minutes
    Like before pre-poo as soon as you wake up - doesn't matter if you leave it on for a while as it may take some time to get to the shampooing and washing out if you are busy.

    Ask your husband/partner or someone to watch the kids etc. or wait till the kids are taking their nap. Do your shampoo. Towel dry the hair ( I use a muslin square as towels can be quite rough on the hair) Apply your deep conditioner (herbal essences +egg etc.) put on a plastic cap or go under a dryer ( I don't tend to use heat on my hair anymore) wait another 15 minutes and wash out.

    I tend to put in my leave ins and air dry( if you are at home all day), but a blow dryer may be quicker. I have done this on a Saturday morning before my son woke up and then went out to the shops at 9:00.

    I tend to wait until my son is asleep and do most of this stuff at night - not always possible if you are dead tired but sometimes the only way to get this done with enough time. If you cant afford yourself two days a week, try once a week and do this on a Saturday evening when you may not have as many distractions

    I once fell asleep in my sons room and woke up at 11:00. I was dog tired but I knew I wouldn't find the time again so I stayed up - did a 15 minute prepoo, shampooed and conditioned for 30 minutes. Took just over an hour.

    Like I said before a little bit of vanity and a lot of care. Let us know what your routines are and if you find/make the time to take care of your hair.

    Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity!

    Kids Products on Amazon

    On a Budget

    Relaxed and Desperate is the main theme of this blog - so it would follow that many of you like myself are either 'on a budget' or 'in a rush'.
    It may seems from all my posts that you need an excess of money and time to follow any of my proposed regimes.
    Not So My Friends!!

    On a Budget
    For those of you on a budget I recommend:

    PrePoo - Virgin Olive Oil or Coconut Oil (free if you already have in your kitchen)
    Apparently some Tesco stores sell these however the coconut oil may be harder to come by
    Whatever you get check that there is no salt in it, most of the virgin oils are cooking oils and should be relatively low priced.
    Tesco Extra Virgin Oil (250ml) - £1.00
    If you prefer to use a conditioner rather than an oil
    Tesco Coconut Conditioner for Dry/Damaged Hair (500ml) - £0.99

    Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Conditioner - £10.97. (This is the one I plan to try next)

    Organix Coconut Conditioner - Boots - £5.00

    Organix Coconut Shampoo Boots - £5.00

    Deep Conditioner
    1 x Egg is probably your best bet
    but if you can stretch to a deep conditioner I recommend:
    or mix egg with

    Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor Deep Conditioner Sachet 20ml - Boots

    Moisturising Conditioner
    Organix Coconut Conditioner Boots - £5.00

    Leave In
    Curls Milkshake - £11.95

    or Aussie Conditioner Miracle hair Insurance £3.99 Boots (contains JoJoba Oil - great for detangling)

    Before I forget there is no need to buy those expensive plastic caps from Boots. I have been using plastic bags with a towel over it, for a while now and seems to do the trick

    The above is the minimum I would recommend buying and use them sparingly - enough to cover your hair and pay attention to the ends.

    Leave comments about what you use routinely that save you money or little tricks you have picked up on your hair journey that help you save.

    Embrace Your Inner AfroDeity!


    Hair Update



    So, back from holiday and had my hair relaxed by my Mummy using all the techniques I described in the previos post Self Relaxing. These are the results. Just above shoulder length and doing pretty good considering I am still experiencing breakage and shedding

    I also thought I would post a pic of all the products I bought while in canada - These should last me until next year some time - i did spend $100 ( approx. £50) but got twice as much as I would have if I had tried to source the products here the best thing i picked up was more Jamaican Black Castor Oil - $19.99!!! thats about £10 - I paid £19.99 for the stuff I bought of ebay here - so my new challenge is to find you ladies a cheaper more reliable version of this.

    This is what I got for me and I also picked up a few more things for my cuz which arent in the pic. So a pretty decent haul for £50 if you ask me for us 'relaxed and desperate' beauties!

    Lots of Elasta QP stuff including their 'H2' leave in condition which I haven't been able to source here, and Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship conditioner which one of the other bloggers Sunshyne on raves about.
    Also picked up two large pots of Elasta QP DPR 11 Reconstructor (with Olive Oil - thats new!)
    andAphogee 2 minute Keratin Reconstructor, Balancing Moisturiser and Leave in Conditioner.
    Along with some Motions Leave ins from WalMart.

    Will definately be reviewing these in the next few weeks