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Product Review: Irie Essentialz Hair & Scalp Oil



Product: Irie Essentialz Hair & Scalp Oil


Price:  $10, $16

Size: 2oz, 4oz

Product Claims:
Fragrant, lightweight and non-greasy, Irie Essentialz Hair and Scalp Oil is a handcrafted blend of natural plant oils carefully chosen for their wonderful effects on hair and scalp.
Irie Essentialz Hair and Scalp Oil absorbs smoothly, leaving your hair and scalp soft, supple and lustrous, with no greasy after-feel. This is a NATURAL hair care product for your hair.

Key Ingredients:
Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Essential Oil Blend: (Lavender, Sandalwood, Ylang and Coconut Root, Rosemary, CO2 Antioxidant Oil).


My Thoughts
I recently featured Nicole` from Irie Essentialz here on Glam Natural Life. In her feature she revealed that she owns a handmade all natural product line. Of course, I had to get my hands on these products so I can review for you guys. I was most interested in the scalp because my scalp is always dry as I suffer from eczema. I have also gotten lots of questions from you guys about what to do to relieve dry scalp.

The Oil came in a spray bottle with a really good nozzle. I liked how the oil came out the nozzle in a mist form so it was easy to spray my scalp and know that it is being distributed evenly. The smell was so to die for. The bath room smelled so calming like a spa by the time I was done applying the oil to my scalp and hair.

Application: I applied the oil to my scalp and massaged it in and rub my oily hand down the shaft of my hair.

My Results: I have tried Jane Carter’s Nourishing Scalp Oil which cost $22 for a 1oz bottle and it did nothing for my scalp. This Irie Essentialz Hair and Scalp oil cost $10 for 2oz and it does what it said it would. My scalp was moisturized. Days after using it I noticed no flacks or dry patches. And let me tell you something, going 3-4 days without applying oil to my scalp is a big disaster. My scalp would have so much flakes that I just have to wash my hair. This Oil blend was well absorbed into my scalp. I loved how my scalp and hair felt and I love the smell of this blend. I am pleased. I recommend this product!

Pros:
  • My scalp felt really moisturized and retained moisture
  • Price is affordable at $10 for 2oz and $16 for 4oz
  • A little goes a long way

Cons: 
  • None!


Visit http://irieessentialz.com to purchase the Hair and Scalp Oil. They also lots of really good herbal natural soaps. Enter IrieHoliday10 at checkout for a 10% discount. 


 


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