This stuff is amazing! I would normally steer away from something that is coined as "oil" based, because my hair is so dry and porous that often, oil dries it out even more. Argan oil usually does the same, so I was surprised that this stuff gave me such great results. I used before I blowdryed and again after I flat ironed my hair. At the roots there is some noticeable breakage, but after smoothing this oil over those areas, you can barely even tell that the breakage is there. Makes my hair look and feel fabulous and for under $4, this is quite a steal.
This product is great for keeping thick hair from fluffing up and looking unruly. I use it as the last step after my hair is blow dried and/or straightened. I have long, thick hair and use about a nickel size amount being careful to distribute evenly. It makes my hair flow smoothly and the devolumizing effect really helps tame my often unruly thick hair. The smell is just so-so, and I didn't think it added much shine, but I am otherwise happy with it. UPDATE: I noticed one day that my hair had a static problem after using this, so I will downgrade it to a 4 instead of a 5.
this oil got argan,white grape,marula and saudflowers oils in it. I put this when my hair are wet,it helps to defrizz the hair and make them smooth and silky! I let them hair dry,and it brings a silkiness to my hair! Love it!
I am on my third bottle of this product and I lovee itt. It does the same thing as Morrocan oil for less then half the price. I have thick hair that tends to feel rough and this fixes everything. I always put it on damp hair , air dry and straighten it and my hair's soo shiny and smooth
I quite liked this product. It removed frizziness and made my hair super soft. I don't know how much of an effect the oils actually have, and how much is just the silicone it contains... This did not make my hair oily at all especially compared to other oils I've used in my hair, which makes me doubt the oil content. Nevertheless, this product did work very well on my hair and I would repurchase. Just need to keep in mind that the "oils" it contains seems to be more of a gimmick.
(bought it on sale, and would repurchase at the sale price. Probably would not purchase at full price).
This 3 oil blend of Argan, Grape and Marula knocks all my other hair oils off the shelf. Backed by great R&D, this company knows how to make hair behave.The dispenser is meant to make you put the oil on hands first, not spray directly into hair.
On sale , its a steal and I am going to repurchase soon. continued >>
I got mine from RiteAid too... ~ $1 after some rewards back. I have medium thickness of shoulder length fine Asian hair and it is natural wavy without any coloring. Just healthy hair but greasy easily so I don't use styling products. In the summer, I usually wash with 2-in-1 shampoo and skip conditioner. I applied a few drops to my towel dry hair, comb and let air dry. I wash my hair every other day and I don't get greasy hair. But in the ingredient list, silicone is on the top of the list, Cyclopentasiloxane (cyclomethicone) and dimethiconol dimethcone before argan oil (see pictures above). This oil is very similar to Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine new formula with Argan oil. The difference is just color of the oil, this G2B has yellow whereas GF has clear color. G2B has sort of perfumed scents and GF has usual fruit scents. Both scents disappeared after applying in the hair. Both have the same effects but you can get ~1oz more in GF. Packing is not great, easy to get pour a lot, in addition to cheap feeling.
I also have grapeseed oil, coconut oil, and jojoba oil but can't use those as I can get oily in less than 24 hours. I know natural oils are good, out of question to compare to silicone based oils. continued >>
This little guy caught my eye on sale at Rite Aid. I have been wanting to try argan oil for a long time but could never find an affordable bottle. Oil-licious packs argan, white grape, and marula (fruit-bearing tree native to Africa and Madagascar) oils to fight frizz and add shine. I blow dry, curl, flat iron, and dye my hair so I can always use some moisture and conditioning. I feel this product works nicely to protect my hair from all the heat styling I do. It has a vanilla musk/coconut scent that I really enjoy. I am hesitant to say it smells slightly of coconut because I normally hate that smell but this product smells really nice and mellow. Scent doesn't linger anyway.
I took a lippie off because the packaging is counter-intuitive for an oily product. The hard, unsqueezable plastic of the bottle combined with the dish detergent cap makes for tricky dispensing. I have asymmetrical medium length hair and I only need 3 drops MAX. It is frustrating when too much oil comes out and ends up getting wasted. Aside from the packaging, the product is pretty decent and for about $4, I can't complain.