*Disclosure* These products were sent for review purposes. All opinions are 100% honest and my own, like always!
Hello everyone! I had the awesome opportunity to try out the Proganix Quench Coconut line, and was sent the shampoo, conditioner, leave-in moisture and moisture balm. I haven't really used the latter two products, so today's review is just on the shampoo and conditioner.
Here is a bit about the shampoo and conditioner:
Proganix's Quench Coconut H2O + Electrolytes Shampoo & Conditioner power-packed blend
of quenching coconut water supercharged with electrolytes and weightless
coconut oil, perfected in the salon to drench your hair in weightless
hydration, transforming dry parched hair into silky shiny perfection.
These products are mainly to be used on dry or parched hair, but I have seen that it's for all hair types as well.
Depending on where you buy this, I've seen a big price jump, ranging from about $6 up to $10 for each bottle.
First off, this duo smells INCREDIBLE! If you're a fan of coconut like I am, you will love this. It doesn't smell overly heavy like some coconut scented products can. Since it's got a mix of coconut water and oil, it's alot more lightly scented. Everytime I use these, my hair ends up feeling silky soft and I get whiffs of coconut throughout the day. The shampoo lathers nicely and rinses out well, and the conditioner is very hydrating. I do have pretty fine hair, so for me it's great. If you have thick hair, the conditioner might not be enough for you, but you will probably like the shampoo.
Overall, the Quench Coconut line gets two thumbs up from me. I haven't had any problems with my hair since starting to use this, but I find the price to be a bit high. I've found it's cheapest at Target online, and Ulta sells it the highest at $9.99 for each bottle. Would I purchase these myself? Eh, maybe. I have a pretty big stash of shampoos and conditioners to use up, so once I go through it, then I'd make that yes or no decision.
Have you tried anything from this line? What do you think of it?