Simplicity Hair Oil Moisture Conditioner Super Pack

This Hair Care Tuesday we’re talking about the Simplicity Hair Oil brand’s Simplicity Shampoo and Conditioner.  Remember I reviewed the Female Oil Blend Simplicity Hair Oil? The results were awesome!  Well, since the oil came in a kit (Simplicity Hair Oil Moisture Conditioner Super Pack) that contained the Simplicity Shampoo and Conditioner, I thought it’s only right to review these items, too.

Keep reading to learn what I think of the Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo and Conditioner.

Simplicity Hair Oil describes the Simplicity Shampoo as follows:

Simplicity shampoo is formulated with the essential oil of peppermint and ginger root, comfrey root extract, amino acids and B vitamins. This “sulfate-free” fine foam gently lifts dirt, oil or residue from the hair strand while bringing strength to the hair follicle.

Simplicity hair oil simplicity shampoo

The Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo is a clear formula, free of dyes.  It isn’t thick, but, it isn’t watery, and only a little amount is needed to cleanse my hair.

For the last few years, since becoming natural, I’ve stayed away from shampoos that contained sulfates.  I was happy to see that the Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo is free of that ingredient, as it can be drying on the hair.  The Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo also contains stimulating ingredients like peppermint oil, amino acids and other proteins to help strengthen hair, and B vitamins to help stimulate hair growth, all of which I need to help me achieve my hair re-growth goals. Also, the first ingredient is water. Can we say, “Hydrating?”

The Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo is an amazing cleanser for both my hair and scalp. After using it, my hair and scalp felt cleansed but not dry.  My hair was soft, and didn’t feel stripped.  For those of you who love a shampoo that lathers well, then this one is for you.  I know that lather doesn’t mean cleaner hair, but I do like to see it.  I found that when applying the Simplicity Hair Oil to my scalp prior to shampooing helped with the softness of my hair post shampoo.  And after using the Simplicity Conditioner, which I will review next week, my hair has slip, is soft, and has some shine.

The Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo, although it contains peppermint oil, it isn’t at all noticeable fragrance wise.  I did experience a more herbal-like floral scent, which was rather light.  It wasn’t something I could say I loved or hated because it was barely there.


Overall, I’m happy with the results I’ve experienced using the Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo. The Simplicity Hair Oil combined with the Simplicity Shampoo and conditioner have helped improve my hair growth.  The patch of hair that was short, brittle and breaking off has grown.  Even though I have a full sewn in weave, I can feel the hair growth through the net to which the hair is sewn on to. The hair along my hairline has grown, too.

Although, costly, $20.75 for an 8.5 oz bottle, I think the Simplicity Hair Oil products are a good investment if you’re looking for a product, a natural product that works in improving hair growth and strength.  If you’re a DIYer like me, you can also try your hand at mixing your own hair growth oil, and then just pick up the Simplicity Shampoo and Conditioner.

All Simplicity Hair Oil products can be purchased on their website

Ingredients: Water, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Cocoly, Isethianote, Disodium Laureth, Sulfosuccinate, Glycerin, Tocopherol. Viscum Album (Mistletoe) Fruit Extract, Articum Lappa (Burdock) Root Extract, Ginger Zingibar Officianale (Comfrey) Extract, Wheat Amino Acids, Mentha Piperta (Peppermint) Oil, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Pathenol, Citric Acid and Fragrance.

Have you tried any Simplicity Hair Oil products? What are your thoughts?




20 Comments on Hair Care Tuesday: Simplicity Hair Oil Simplicity Shampoo and Conditioner Review

  1. What role does the peppermint oil play in the product? Unfortunately, I can't do peppermint oil. I love your beautiful braids. I just finished reading Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah and I've become obsessed with braids. Have you read it?
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    • Peppermint oil helps with a variety of things like hair loss, dry scalp, and it stimulates hair growth. The braids are the anchors for when I get the weave installed. I'll create a post about that.

  2. I've been trying to grow my hair out since receiving a less than thrilling haircut last September, and I feel like it is taking forever. I might have to try this to help the growth. Thanks for a great review.

  3. I never tried these products before, but I recently discovered Beaver hair care [funny name lol], and they're inexpensive and very nice.

  4. This sounds really nice girl. I have to stay away from sulfates if possible or it can take my hair to places I don't want to see it go. lol
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  5. This was a great post and very informative. I am in search for a new shampoo and conditioner. I am willing to spend the money to help revitalize my scalp and hair.

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