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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Walgreens Ology Product Review

Ok, so I told you that I went to Walgreens, bought some Ology products but now I need to tell you my opinions.  I even went back for the Ology All Purpose Cleaner and the Ology Glass Cleaner.


ecofriendly fabric softener

I have yet to find an ecofriendly fabric softener that I love...until now.
Ology Lavender Fabric Softener has left my towels and sheets extremely soft.  The smell didn't linger passed the dryer but the reduction of static was something to happily note!  I love the smell, the viscosity and the results.


Ology Walgreens Tree Free Paper Towel

Cleaning my mirrors and windows is definitely not my favorite chore.  I loathe the lint left behind by my paper towel.  I am extremely shocked that the Ology Tree Free "Paper" Towel didn't leave ANY lint behind.  It was a real treat!  I used it with the Ology Glass Cleaner and I didn't even need to use any elbow grease to get the food and finger smears off of my mirrors! Look at how well two pieces of paper towel held up to cleaning 4 mirrors!

As much as I really wanted to show you a picture of the toilet paper in action, I am pretty sure that the FTC wouldn't like it!  I was pleasantly surprised that the Oogy Toilet Paper was softer than I expected. I wasn't sure what to think of a "paper" made from bamboo and corn husks but I swapped it out for our normal toilet paper and neither Dexter nor my husband mentioned the difference.  I love that it is made from renewable resources as this is something I am very passionate about.  

I haven't tried the other products yet but I cannot wait to.  With the way that the Ology Shampoo smells, I can't wait to use it!  It smells so good I want to eat it!  I don't know about you but I am impressed that Walgreens launched Ology because it does show that they do care about the overall health of their customers.  What intrigues you about Ology? Check them out on Facebook.

9 comments:

Janine @ Alternative Housewife said...

My husband picked up the Ology All-Purpose Spray last month and we are really happy with it! I love that products like that are getting more readily and easily available.

Rebecca said...

On my last trip to Walgreens, I only saw a few of the ology products. Based on your review, I'll need to try the tree free paper towels next! What I did try was the facial tissue. Not the softest one out there, but not the roughest, either... and it was definitely strong! You mentioned shampoo here... did you notice if ology makes a conditioner, as well? I'll be needing more soon, and I'd hate to miss out on trying it if they do have one!

Maggie Smith said...

Rebecca YES! I bought the White Pear and Cucumber Shampoo and Conditioner. They are both lovely! I love the smell, the fact that they don't weigh my hair down and the ease of combing after washing.

Let me know when you try them!!

Sara L said...

I am also looking forward to trying my ology products, exciting stuff!

Seeryus Mama said...

I need to check out this line at my local Walgreens! I really want to try the Fabric Softener.

freddie said...

I haven't tried their products or heard of them until now. I have been looking for a fabric softener that the scent isn't overpowering. The next time I'm in Walgreens I look forward to picking up some and trying it.

Sylvia Ortiz said...

This is the first I have heard of Ology, however, I am eager to try. Hope to find these products at my local Walgreens. Thanks for the great reviews!

Anonymous said...

I tried the ology toilet paper since last wednesday and I must say I'm through with any other brand. It's strong yet soft, durable, and leaves a clean feeling. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!!!!! Its also great for my 3 year old, he doesn't complain when wiping. I will be trying other products

Anonymous said...

I agree that the toilet paper was a pleasant surprise - very soft - I almost did not want to try it after my experience with their paper towels.
The paper towels are absolutely the worst of any brand I have ever purchased! They shred as soon as getting wet. If I were WalMart - I would take them off the shelf and go back to the drawing board with this product.