Product review: My Organic’s Goji Miracle Mask

Product review: My Organic's Goji Miracle Mask

I was a bit dubious when I first tried this product because I had never heard of this brand. Although a winning product feature was that it wasn’t tested on animals and was made from all organic ingredients. 

This is yet another hair calming and soothing balm. It can be used in place of a conditioner or it can be used as a leave-in conditioner or curl cream to calm down frizz.  I found the Miracle Mask to be better than any other competitor’s product on the market. It beats John Frieda and Garnier’s hair masks by a thousand miles. This will now become my go-to hair treatment forever.  It is rather pricy at $30, however it comes in a gigantic 500ml tub and this lasts for AGES. The way it feels on the hair is like an instant lift of glossy, lustrous curls. My normally frizzy and out of control hair now looks like it has been salon treated every day. 

Product review: My Organic's Goji Miracle Mask

My Organics is a salon-quality brand from Italy that is sold in the Chemist Warehouse in Australia and New Zealand. Although as far as I can tell, you can’t get it anywhere else. Also the Chemist Warehouse New Zealand has a holding page and no online shop, so if you can’t actually get there in person in Auckland, you won’t be able to get it. Ah…New Zealand….so beautiful, so very backwards. 

*I did not receive any financial compensation for this review and I did not receive free products at all. If you would like me to review your products fairly and honestly, you can email me about it at contentcatnip [at] gmail [dot] com  

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