Frizz No More!
The Time has come the walrus said to talk of many things. Actually, just one thing today. My experience with the Hair Rejuvination Treatment from Hair and Me*. This comes in a handy squeezable sachet type packet that ensures you get every last drop of product out. The Hair Rejuvenation Treatment is 100% oil based and is designed to be used as a pre shampoo treatment to help repair, strengthen and moisturise your hair. An impressive ingredient list contains nothing other than 100% Organic Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Macadamia Oil and Jojoba Oil.
Now to 'What I Thought'. As per instructions I applied the treatment and left it in for more than 45 minutes (1 ½ hours) before washing it out. The application was a tad messy as I neglected to place it in the fridge for a few minutes to help the oils solidify, but that's OK. I threw my hair up with a clip and went about my evening, not dripping oil everywhere.
One thing that bothered me was that after I shampooed my hair twice to wash out the oil, then condition it, there was still an uncomfortable layer of oil covering my hair. It actually took me about two days to get rid of all the excess oil on my hair. And let me tell you I hate having oily hair.
But I suppose the big question is, did it work? I can't exactly say that my hair felt totally moisturised, however that horrendous-Winters Frizz- has significantly died down. I feel that this hair rejuvenation treatment would be a wonderous thing if you had frizzy hair and you have the patience to wait a couple of days for the oil to completely wash out. I also feel that this Hair Rejuvination Treatment would be best served as a long term hair care routine because I didn't really see any major happenings after just one application. However I'm dubious about reapplying it because of the above mentioned 'two days to de-oilyfy' situation. I have one more application of this sachet left but I will wait until summer and see if it does anything major for my -Summer Sun- type hair.
What do you think about hair oils?