Hask Argan Oil Reparing Shampoo & Conditioner

Hello, hello!

I decided to switch up my shampoo and conditioner and wanted to try a new to me brand – Hask Beauty – because not only does their product lines look interesting and free from sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten, drying alcohol and artificial colors, they are a cruelty free brand! From their FAQ:

HASK, do you test on animals? We definitely DO NOT test on animals! That’s terrible… I’m hurt that you even think we do – and my puppy Harley is offended too! We make sure our suppliers and vendors supply safety and regulatory information on our ingredients so we don’t run into any issues. We love our furry friends and would never do anything to harm them! (P.S. We’re glad you’re concerned about this too)

Hask Argan Oil Reparing Shampoo & Conditioner

I decided to try the Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner because my hair is a little dry these days (I need to book a hair appointment ASAP to get a trim). I’ll start by giving a little information on both the shampoo and conditioner before moving onto my experience.

Here’s what is says about the Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo:

Frizzed hair got you frazzled? Damaged hair got you down? Revive and restore the look of your hair with HASK Argan Oil from Morocco Repairing Shampoo. Infused with moisturizing argan oil, this shampoo penetrates the hair shaft, gently cleansing while it repairs damage and breakage, leaving even the most rebellious hair frizz-free, silky-soft and super glossy. It’s no wonder they call argan oil the “miracle oil”! Ideal for dry, damaged or color-treated hair, this shampoo’s lively scent will also refresh and uplift your senses.

And here’s what it says about the Argan Oil Repairing Conditioner:

 Infused with moisturizing argan oil, this conditioner penetrates the hair shaft, gently softening and detangling while protecting against damage and breakage, leaving even the most rebellious hair frizz-free, silky-soft and super glossy.

My experience:

My hair is long, super thick, wavy, colour-treated and prone to frizz – in other words, it is a bit of a beast. My ends are a little dry right now because I need to get a trim, but it is perfect testing conditions for a repairing shampoo and conditioner combo.

The shampoo lathers really well which is a rare thing in sulfate free shampoos. It leaves my hair feeling clean and soft. The conditioner does a great job at detangling and moisturizing my hair. Both the shampoo and conditioner smell amazing – to me it smells like a  faintly spicy citrus blend. My hair is softer and easier to manage even with the humid weather. All in all, I really like this one. I think I’m going to buy the Deep Conditioning Treatment to try out.

Hask Argan Oil Reparing Shampoo & Conditioner

Have you tried anything from Hask?

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❤

Disclosure: I purchased these things!

 

42 thoughts on “Hask Argan Oil Reparing Shampoo & Conditioner

      1. I have a couple packets of the deep conditioners (the Monoi is so nice), and am using the Charcoal shampoo at the moment. It’s great to be able to get a good SLS-free shampoo at the drugstore. I definitely want to try some of the Argan stuff, next. Just picked up the Argan treatment oil!

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  1. I have been trying out HASKs products too and so far so good, it’s either I love the shampoo, the conditioner or the deep conditioner. I also like their hair oil. Currently testing the Charcoal Purifying collection and so far I am enjoying it, smells really good too! Will be sharing my thoughts soon! 🙂 I want to try this Argan Oil though, sounds really amazing!

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