December 13, 2011

Original Moxie Blogaversary Giveaway!!!


Remember I told you guys about an awesome giveaway coming up from The Original Moxie?  Well, the time has arrived!  Denyse and Babs have completed the end of their 180-Challenge and have selected their fave products from the line (2 each).  Four, yes count them, four lucky readers will win these products and have the opportunity to see if it will become part of their holy grail.
About the Contest:
The contest will run from 12/13/11 - 12/27/11.  Throughout this 2 week period, I will announce the 4 prizes.  All winners will be announced on 12/30/11.  Here are the rules. 

1.      You must be a follower of the blog
2.      Like my Facebook page and the Original Moxie Facebook page
3.      Leave a comment on the blog explaining how your hair will benefit from the product including your email address.

*Contest open to U.S. residents ONLY.

First up – one of Denyse’s faves – Get Clean! No-Foam Shampoo

Good Luck everyone!

Break your Foam Addiction!  Sodium Laureth Sulfates, the chemicals that produce heavy foam, also strip hair of its natural oils.  Our sulfate-free shampoo takes a gentler approach, harnessing the cleansing properties of botanicals to remove dirt & build up without disturbing your scalp's natural balance.


LadyC said...

This product will be a benefit to my hair by help keeping it mositurized. I have a problem with my hair drying out so by the shampoo being foam free, maybe I'll be able to retain some moisture.

naturallythebest said...

I can benefit from this shampoo because my scalp continuously has build up and if I can use this as a clarifying and a regular shampoo then that would be great.

Cia said...

My hair has buildup like no other especially in the winter when i apply so many products for moisture. This will allow me to clarify my hair and allow my scalp to breathe and grow!!!

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tiffaninichole said...

These products would definitely keep my poor little TWA moisturized. She's been in dire need of moisture and I think Moxie may be just what is needed. : )

My email is

DorisHursley said...

You had me at sulfate free! Lol

I followed both pages!