Loreal Paris 6 Oil Nourish Extraordinary Oil Review
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Who is not aware about oiling and massaging? It is one of the best gift you can give yourself on a relaxing holiday.
Finding the best hair massaging oil is a challenge. Loreal Paris has brought one of the most unique blends of 6 nutritive oils – argan, olive, almond, coconut, jojoba and camelina; sounds very exotic and luxurious to pamper the hair.
Package: This oil comes in a heavy glass bottle with a wide open mouth. The bottle mouth has a plastic stopper.
The color of the bottle is very attractive. It is also a see through bottle which easily shows the amount of oil remaining inside.
Nature: Very thin oil texture. If you are looking for something suitable for heavy oiling and nourishing of scalp and hair, then this is not the one to be picked.
Since this is very thin and light in texture, and I personally prefer heavy oiling for my hair, I need a lot of oil for just one use. And hence the bottle will not last even for 2 months.
It is easy to work with this oil, applying and massaging is a child’s play. Washing is easy too.
Fragrance: It has a mild fragrance which stays on until you shampoo.
If you have dry hair and dry scalp, then the moisturizing this oil provides will not be sufficient. After the hair wash, scalp feels dry and hair feels rough too. This means that the oil is not suitable for oiling before shower.
Loreal Paris 6 Oil Nourish Extraordinary Oil acts as a very good leave-in conditioner. After hair wash, on the damp hair, if you apply tiny drops of this Loreal Oil, then your hair will get a beautiful shine and detangling your hair is also very easy.
Recommendation: Yes. Only if you are in a search of a good hair serum or leave-in conditioner. If you are specifically looking for oiling your hair, then don’t buy this one.
Have you used Loreal Paris 6 Oil Nourish Extraordinary Oil? Share your experience.
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