When I was making my picks for this months YouBeauty Discovery box, this was on the top of my list. I love hair oils because I have such long hair, it tends to get quite dry on the ends so when I saw this I knew I had to give it a try. When this came in the post, I was shocked at how massive it is! It is an 100ml size which is double the size of most of the hair oils that you can find on the high street. As you can tell by the name, this product is organic so it is likely to be better for than your hair than most hair products on the high street.
This product claims to de-tangle hair, eliminate fizz, nourish and product as well as adding instant shine. That is a lot of claims for just one hair product but I can actually agree with every one of those statements. As I said, I do have very long hair so it does get in a right tangle after I wash it but with this product and the help of my Tangle Teezer all of the tangles and knots were removed without causing my hair too much damaged or creating any pain.
With the hot weather we are currently enjoying in England, my hair does tend to get quite fizzy and I normally can't do anything to control it but this hair serum has defiantly helped keep the fizz to a minimum. With my ends being quite dry, from years of changing the colour and using far too much heat, this serum defiantly injected some moisture back into them and left my hair feeling so soft and smooth.
As my hair is super long, the ends tend to look quite dull but this serum really did add shine to the ends and made my hair look amazing and have to mention the scent, it is amazing. Its a very natural smell, like an aveda product, which lingers in your hair until about lunch time which I really enjoyed!
I am in complete love with this product and will defiantly be repurchasing if I ever run out! I have shared this with my Mum and she really likes it too! You can purchase this from Holland & Barrett for £14.99 (currently on offer for buy one get another half price) and free UK delivery!
Have you tried this? What did you think?