Win It! DermOrganic Argan Oil Hair Care

So, remember that whole...

I fried my hair thing I have going on? (Which yes, is still going on...)

I've pretty much come to the conclusion that this will be an ongoing issue until the damaged bits of hair all grow out. Which will hopefully be in the next 6 months. Because my hair grows insanely fast. In the meantime, anything super hydrating seems to definitely help me cope with the damage. So, I'm trying out pretty much everything I can get my hands on. It's all in the name of science, right? Yes, definitely. Beauty blogging science!

I recently heard about DermOrganic, which has been apparently hiding itself not-so-incognito-like at ULTA. Because obviously it would be easily accessible and at my favorite beauty store and I somehow didn't see it on the shelf...Anyways, I heard about DermOrganic. It's full of Argan Oil. (Can you hear me swooning? I love me some Argan Oil.) So, obviously it has now worked its way to the upper levels of my "must try now, now, now" beauty list.

DermOrganic has generously decided to offer 1 15 Minute Beauty reader a set of their most hydrating products! Included are a full sized shampoo, conditioner, masque and leave-in treatment.

The contest is open to those in the US and over 18 years of age.
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44 comments

  1. Yes Definitely. I need a no frizz shampoo and conditioner. First time I'm using a hair mask and love it. Hair is very straight and fine so it is harder to style and the fly aways...uggh..But the no frizz conditioner takes care of it.

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  2. I'm in the same boat - I fried the top layer of my hair and it's hard to find products that treat the dryness and damage without too much crunchy protein. I'm having good luck with Kerastase Nutri Thermique, but I'd love to try the DermOrganics too.

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  3. I've added oil to the mix recently. I was nervous about putting oil on my hair, but it soaks in and doesn't leave things...oily:0

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  4. I hair doesn't seem to change too much with the seasons, so I'm not really changing it up.

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  5. I'm doing an oil treatment once a week for winter.

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  6. All I've changed is starting to use more hair masks to keep it from drying it out:)

    Shandi Naugle
    shandimessmerfacebook@hotmail.com

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  7. Not really. I use super moisturizing shampoo year round.

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  8. I am using Argan Oil for the first time for winter dryness and frizzies. Great stuff!

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  9. I do my own at home deep conditioners to take care of my hair during winter

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  10. I don't do anything different in the winter for my hair.

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  11. I do a deep conditioning mask at least once a week in the winter.

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  12. Yes, I am changing my hair care routine, but i havent found what exactly works yet. I'm using oil, a lil more leave-in-conditioner, and a new shampoo, but my hair is SUPER-FRIED, so these things still arent working. Yay Winter (yeah right)

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  13. Love hair oils, using Ojon right now with good results.

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  14. I deep condition my hair more during the winter and use more moisturizing products.

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  15. Yes, I am. I have been doing weekly treatments with some products that I've been wanting to try.

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  16. Yes. I use a much thicker conditioner.

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  17. I added a mask a couple times a week, I love argan oil anything!!

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  18. My hair routine is the same for all seasons. I shampoo and condition everyday and use a sculpting lotion before I blow dry my hair daily.

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  19. Haven't changed anything! Using the same set of products for hair.

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  20. I have a dry hair so I use Argon oil and Macadamic Oil day and night.

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  21. not really. I keep it about the same all year long

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  22. Argan Oil is the best thing I've ever found for my hair. It's one of my top 5 things to reccomend to everyone x

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  23. I deep condition or do a hair mask once a week.

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  24. I always have to change my hair routine for summer and winter. I just recently changed to more be more moisturizing. I already use dermorganic shampoo and LOVE it! I started using a leave in conditioner but need to win this so I can use the hair masque!

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  25. We don't really have much winter so I don't have to do anything different.

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  26. I am looking to find a nice and thick moisturizing conditioner that I can use to cowash my naturally curly hair!

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  27. I would like to start using a thick and moisturizing conditioner to cowash my naturally curly hair!

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  28. I've been using everything I can get my hands on that says anti-frizz or Moroccan argon oil on the bottle. I have an ULTA nearby, I think I may have to pick some of this up. How could I have missed it??? Thanks for the heads up!

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  29. I don't typically change my hair routine in winter, but this year i have started using the Livingproof no frizz and i have noticed a huge difference.

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  30. Adding more masque treatments for winter.

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  31. During the winter, I like to add more moisturizing hair products.

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  32. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  33. I wash it about every other day, which seems to help!

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  34. My hair is going crazy as this is our first winter in Denver where it is SO DRY!!! I thought it was bad in the midwest but out here, I need the best oil and conditioner I can get!

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  35. I don't really change my hair routine with the seasons, but I suppose it wouldn't hurt to try a hair mask!

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  36. I'm always on the hunt for anti-frizz. My naturally curly hair requires lots of product to keep it tame.

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  37. I really want to try DermOrganic. My hair hates almost every product and the ones it likes leave it feeling oily or waxy. I need a good and clean solution.

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  38. I have tried to blowdry my hair less in the winter, and use oils and leave in conditioners etc. My hair isn't that good of friends with cold weather at all... ha.

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  39. I have not changed it up for winter, but then again I live in Florida. Since I straighten curly hair via hair dryer plus straight irons I use lots of anti-frizz and moisturizing products year round.

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  40. Yes, I need to keep my hair much more moisturised than normal

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  41. I'm actually using an oil on my hair. I switch off between Josie maran argan oil and Bumble and bumble's new oil. Plus, I don't shampoo quite as often as in summer.

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  42. My daughters will only use shampoo and conditioner with argan Oil. They also use argan oil treatments from time to time. They are big fans and their hair does look healthy. They both dye their hair which can be very drying so the argan oil definitely helps add moisture. I was told it might make my very fine hair greasy but it hasn't. Love it! These products look great.

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