One ‘N Only Argan Oil Treatment
How it claims to work:
This alcohol-free, non-greasy oil treatment is instantly absorbed into the hair – and leaves stunning shine with no oily residue. The treatment smoothes cuticles and creates silky, conditioned, and healthy-looking hair. Providing long-term conditioning, this precious oil helps to protect hair against damage caused by the environment, chemicals, and excessive heat from stylers. It also helps reduce frizz, split ends, and breakage. Looking for a premium styling, finishing, smoothing, and conditioning product? And one that gives consistently silky smooth results? You’ve found it in One ‘N Only Argan Oil Oil Treatment. (Source: one-n-only.com)
I got this product for free as the Sally Beauty membership renewal gift. I had never heard of the brand before but anything free was exciting to me. I was surprised to find out that it was a popular brand for argan oil, and I did have the biggest bottle that lasted forever! The first time I used this was actually before I considered becoming natural. I wasn’t in a rush to try it because then any oil would weigh my hair down, so I almost refrained from using direct oils, completely. After transitioning and having more protective styles, I fell in love with this product. I really loved it on wet or dry hair. This is by far one of the most moisturizing but lightweight oils I have ever tried. It gives the hair so much life when applied. I didn’t have to apply this oil every day because it was long lasting on the hair. Some days, I was extra (of course!), and I did add more than other days. But I never felt like my hair was greasy or had too much oil.
Ratings and Comments:
A really great oil. This argan oil is lightweight and moisturizing. I could use it on the lightest, fluffiest curls and still have a great style. I could depend on this oil to nourish my hair in its driest days.
I give this product 5 out of 5.
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