Class Eligibility: Purchasers of Organix Hair Care or Organix Skin Care products between 10/25/08 and 10/10/13.
Estimated Amount: $4 per purchase up to a maximum of 7 purchases ($28)
Proof of Purchase: Not required
Claim Form: Organix Claim Form
Case Name: Golloher, et al. v. Todd Christopher International, Inc. DBA Vogue International, et al., Case No.: C 12-06002-RS (N.Dist California)
Case Summary: The plaintiffs allege that Organix is misleading in implying that the product is Organic, which it is no. The Owners of Organix deny this claim – the product is mispelled after all! The parties settled the case before it was decided by a court.
Settlement Pool: $4,866,000
Settlement Website: Organix Class Action Settlement
Claim Form Deadline: March 17, 2014
Claims Administrator: Organix Class Settlement Claims Administrator, c/o Heffler Claims Group P.O. Box 59029 Philadelphia, PA 19102
(855) 887-3482

50 responses to “Organix Hair and Skin Care Class Action Settlement”

  1. margaret ballew says:

    I found the product was misleading to it being organic ..and I did not find it improved my hairs overall nourisment.

    • Nate B says:

      Wow. You and people who sue for crap like this are pathetic. I don’t have anything to do with Organix, but your statement is the epitome of lawyer savvy. Learn how to spell nourishment, too.

  2. Kathy says:

    Can you please clarify if this lawsuit is for California residents only?

    ADMIN – Hi Kathy,

    The Organix Settlement is NOT for California only. It is available to all 50 states.

  3. Stephen says:

    Had used this product for a couple months at my friends house where we swapped over many of our purchases to only organic products. I wasn’t keen on the product but figured it may have been alright since it was lumped into our organic purchases.

    • Lizzy says:

      I remember using this. I was starting to suspect it wasn’t as natural/organic as it claimed. However, the smell is still pretty nice. What a shame.

    • Vivian says:

      I agree with you Stephen. The spelling is incorrect but they are saying that it is organic.

  4. Sarah says:

    The only thing good about this product is how good it smells other than that I got the same results from a way cheaper product.

    • Serah says:

      Same here — it smells like pure heaven. My sister kept smelling my hair like an addict.

  5. myeishaco says:

    I thought MAYBE it just wasn’t for African american hair I was definately mislead.

  6. lynn says:

    The smell was really nice, but when it says “organic” you expect it to BE organic.

  7. mytwocents says:

    “the product [name] is mispelled after all!”

    Right? But it’s still pronounced identically to “organics”. I could see another class action coming out of how the company discriminates against the illiterate in claiming that the *spelling* should tip everyone off.

    These companies are just shameless.

  8. Devante L Binion says:

    Claiming money for used item

  9. dee says:

    Bought their products for my daughter after Dr. suggestion to start using organic products. She had developed an auto-immune disease. Organix was my first purchase-shampoo, conditioner, the whole line. Only after buying refills did I realize what I was getting. Never purchased again, but my step-daughter buys all their products. Buyer beware, I guess.

  10. Lisa says:

    Another example of greenwashing. Ridiculous!

  11. randy kapler says:

    It did not work for me.

  12. Lizzy says:

    When I tried filing a claim, it says the deadline has already passed but this says the deadline isn’t until next March. Help?

  13. Kerrie says:

    I am so disappointed in this company. I have alopecia & try very hard to nourish my hair with only the best products. Over the past year & a half I have been using the cherry blossom shampoo & conditioner intermittently with the brazilian keratin shampoo & conditioner, the keratin straightening spray for special occasions, & the 14day keratin treatments :'(

    • Kayce says:

      Kerry, go to the dermatologist and get a Cortisone shot. There is no known cure for alopecia. Organic products will not help you.

      I use this shampoo and love it. I never had a thought that was organic. I use it for the awesome scent.

      • Tracey says:

        Same here Kayce. I use the coconut scent and love it. I never cared if it was “organic” or not. It IS supposed to be sulfite free and non-sulfite hair products are not supposed to strip the artificial color out as quickly as ones that do…so they say.

        • TruDat says:

          I just started using the coconut water shampoo and love it. Agree with you.
          Do people get that THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A NATURAL SHAMPOO? Cleaning requires some level of chemical compound to remove debris. Or am I supposed to believe there are coconuts in my shampoo?
          People are idiots. Grow up. Wash your hair and stop suing because you’re wasting taxpayer money. Arrggh!

  14. Denise says:

    I use Organix shampoo all the time. Mainly because it’s one of the few shampoos that I can find that is “Sulfate Free.”
    Sulfate Free shampoos are great for people who color their hair. Helps maintain the color since it doesn’t have the stripping sulfate.

  15. nancy salazar says:

    used this product for a while, but am now trying another product I’ve used in the past. I thought it was organic.

  16. Russ says:

    I really liked using this because I thought it was organic and better for my hair. What a waste of money…

  17. lisa says:

    This stuff isn’t good at all. My hair fell out and I was in tears. I went from long pretty healthy hair to short and bald and ashamed.

  18. lisa says:

    Its hard too find a product that truly stands behind it’s name and and is truly for all hair types I notice my hair was drying out then I begin to comb and brush and get it with big huge globs of my hair I truly believethe could return more money too us we as woman our means aa lot to us its the first people notice when appearing in the public eye so by the time you purchase reconstructors and go to the salon you end upspending aa lot more money or even purchase a wig or weave is expensive and I’m not big on that stuff I love my natural hair so I hope that they will consider all this factors when considering a settlement amount please cause its not fair 8-50$ I’m truly suffering I’m too embarass to post my bald head and I’m in tears just writing about it going my own hair to barely two inches and I have a husband too it horrible I can’t write no more but please please consider more of a settlement because it just isn’t fair thank you and god bless

  19. Christina says:

    Does anyone know if the claims on these settlement products are one per household? For instance, if my wife and myself purchased products at separate times can we each file a claim?

    ADMIN – Hi Christina,

    It looks like the limit here is per person, not per household. So you and your wife could file separately if you both purchased the product.

  20. Gerald says:

    I feel even worse. I bought it for someone else to use.

  21. donna verner says:

    I like to use organic hair and skin,because its a shampoo that you can use on colored hair

  22. donna verner says:

    I like using Organic hair shampoo , because one of the few that you can use on colored hair.

  23. doris camp says:

    the lotion has a nice smell but my hands still feel dry. the shampoo doesn’t really help my scalp.

  24. Jason says:

    My aunt would put this in my hair every week. Thought it was bullshit but tried it. Disappointed I wasn’t putting organic oil in.

  25. Geradine says:

    I found that this stuff is harsh on the scalp.pulls all the oils out of your hair

  26. belinda jenkins says:

    Doesn t work like they said it does. Dries my hair out.

  27. Virginia Ferriero says:

    Tried this shampoo but found that my hair was getting drier each time I used it. Not very good ingredients if it dries your hair. I won’t use it again.

  28. Jeff says:

    Yea, I work at Walgreens and bought the Biotin and Keratin shampoo and conditioner thinking it may help with my scalp condition because it was organic.

  29. erika says:

    I’ve used this for many months and loved the smell especially the coconut, but if it states organic it should be, I would like my refund.

  30. Ann says:

    On 3/23/14 about 2pm EST, the link was a 404 error code.

    • Chelsea says:

      I guess you didn’t bother to read the deadline for submitting claims. All info you need is at the top of the page.

  31. anna rozet says:

    I found the product was misleading to it being organic. I did not find it improved my hair overall nourisment.

  32. Kimberly Smith says:

    They just gave this away at our food pantry as an extra you could pick.I must say it smells great,makes the hair soft and can’t imagine suing over this.but I was misdiagnosed about a serious heart issue and no lawyer wants to sue a Dr…!

  33. Alysha says:

    Has anyone gotten their settlement check yet? The claim closed about 2 months ago and I have yet to receive a check.

  34. I used it and don’t like it. I want a refund.

  35. rosie says:

    nothing in LA. YET

  36. Jill says:

    I LOVE the brown bottle (with ginger)!!!! It is the only store bought conditioner that works on my hair!!!! No lawsuit needed!!!

  37. Leyah Irish says:

    I purchased this brand of shampoo and conditioner because I use organic products. I purchased many bottles and now knowing they are not organic I will not be purchasing from you anymore! I want a refund!!

  38. Ron says:

    My wife received her check today. $16. 1/03/2015

  39. jordan c says:

    two checks 20 dollars each today without proof.!!

  40. Misty J says:

    I have been buying this particular brand as well as other ogx products for 2 years. I’ve noticed significant hair loss and extreme thinning at my hair line for the past year and a half. I’ve even had my doctor do blood and lab work to make sure there weren’t any other issues going on. It takes all your confidence away!!