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Aubrey Organics BGA Protein & Strengthening Cream Rinse - Ratings, Reviews & Customer Feedback


EWG/Skindeep Rating:

Naturalness Rating:

Above Average

Customer Satisfaction:

Overall Rating:

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Manufactured by:
Aubrey Organics Inc.

Information from manufacturer website:

For Oily, Thin, Damaged Hair

Health food for your hair. Nourish and rebuild thin or damaged hair and prevent breakage with this protein-enriched cream rinse. Lightweight but effective formula loaded with vital nutrients strengthens damaged areas and leaves hair naturally shiny and full.

Certifications & Awards:

Deionized Water, Coconut Fatty Acid Cream Base, Organic Aloe Vera, Almond Protein, Organic Blue Green Algae, Milk Thistle Extract, Organic Lavender Oil, Rosewater, Aubrey's Preservative (Citrus Seed Extract, Vitamins A, C and E). 

Customer Feedback:

doesn't weigh my hair down like conventional conditioners/rinses, and makes it sooo soft to the touch...."

My hair is left soft and moisturized...."

My hair is soo glossy, smooth, and shiny it looks like glass...."

If you have dry/damaged hair, just use this. It works...."

--Actual user comments from Aubrey Organics User Reviews section

" very well - my hair feels silky soft after I use it, and de-tangles instantly in the shower when I put it on...."

--Actual user comment from User Reviews section

Average Cost:
$11 (+ shipping)

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Our Final Assessment:

Aubrey Organics 
BGA Protein & Strengthening Cream Rinse is a well-reviewed product, with great customer feedback - nearly 100% positive, from what we could find. Only one person we found did not like the smell, but liked the conditioner itself. As are all of Aubrey's products, it is made with 100% natural ingredients, so it gets our highest "Naturalness" rating. Cost is relative to Aubrey's other shampoos and conditioners. It has a rating of 3 in the EWG Cosmetics Safety Database, because of the retinol (Vitamin A), but with all other factors considered, we rated it as a 9 overall.