Review: Acure Organics Lemongrass + Argan Stem Cell Shampoo and Conditioner

I tend to be loyal to certain hair products. I have long hair that has a tendency to tangle, so I am particular about my conditioners. I was excited to try Acure's Lemongrass and Argan Stem Cell Shampoo and Conditioner, as I'd heard good things about the line.

Pros:
  • Vegan and gluten-free
  • Safe for color-treated hair
  • Shampoo lathers well
  • Conditioner leaves hair soft
  • Fresh, lemony scent suitable for men or women
  • Made with many organic ingredients
Cons:
  • A little more expensive than a drugstore shampoo
Summary:
This shampoo and conditioner set has a wonderful lemon scent. It is very fresh-smelling and works great for both me and my man. The shampoo is a clarifying formula, which seems to leave my long hair squeaky-clean for 2-3 days. The condition is a nourishing formula which pairs nicely with the shampoo. It is still a fairly light formula, so it doesn't weigh hair down. Both products have excellent textures, similar to what you'd expect from salon products. They also come in Acure's signature stylish packaging, which I love.

The shampoo rates a low 2 and the conditioner rates only slightly higher (a 3) on the EWG Skin Deep database. The only ingredient that really stands out on the rating sheet was oakmoss, which I haven't heard much about before this product. Overall, the formulas seem gentle and perform quite well. Although these products are priced slightly higher than the competition, $10 seems a fair price for a product with so many quality organic ingredients. If you're looking for high-performing daily shampoo and conditioner set, this is a great option.

Also available on Amazon.com: Shampoo and Conditioner.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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