Organics launched the new Anti-Hair Fall range on the the beautiful and oldest Dutch Farm, Babylonstoren on the 31st January 2019. I and a group of health and lifestyle influencers who emory the the healthy an organic way of life such as professional surfer Teal Hogg, Beauty & lifestyle blogger Dhanusha Dhoorgalu, Mompreneur Buhle Mabanga, Food Sociologist Chesney Van Niekerk, Singer songwriter, Chad Saaiman and Travel Blogger Sue Duminy. TV got to attend and participate in this funfilled and informative day hosted by TV and fitness personalities Ryle De Morny and Stacey Holland.
The day started off early with a brief introduction over some delicious farm grown fruits and cheese beautifully displayed in the farms famous greenhouse. We were then broken into four teams Aloe, Almond, Green Tea and Shea Butter, for a scavenger hunt around the farm following clues inspired by four key Organics ingredients which happen to be the team names. I was in the team Almond.
The Organics story is one rooted in finding solution in nature and that is exactly what the this scavenger hunt did, we all went running around the farm immerses in nature to find solutions. This was the perfect exercise before the big reveal of the brand’s new innovation, the Anti-Hair Fall range that gives tired and stressed hair a new lease of life.
Almond oil can make hair stronger and less prone to split ends, which means your hair growth won’t be
Ginseng helps increase the dermal cells on the scalp which strengthens the follicles and roots of the hair.
So Team Aloe won the scavenger hunt and we Team Almond came in second. We where treated to an organic lunch made with ingredients directly off the farm, which is exactly what they known for on one long harvest table filled with olive branches and other greenery in a raw brick room that definitely belonged in a decor /lifestyle magazine.