Monday, July 30, 2012

Moisturize Sun-Dried Locks with Sundari Healing Neem and Coconut Hair Treatment Oil

As part of the Bloom.com beauty ambassador program, I recently tried out Sundari Neem and Coconut Hair Treatment Oil. To use it, you apply it evenly all over your hair, leave in for half an hour, and then wash out. It has a really pleasant smell, not too "coconutty" at all. When you apply it, it makes your hair super greasy (its an oil, of course!), but it shampoos out surprisingly easily leaving your hair extra moisturized but not at all oily. Once my hair was dry, I could see the results of the treatment. I was impressed with the moisture and softness that the treatment oil imparted to my hair. The oil really absorbed in the half hour it was sitting in my hair, but the shampoo washed away any greasiness and left only moisture. Sometimes my hair gets really dry, especially seasonally.. I will certainly be stocking up on this treatment for when my hair needs a moisture boost! You can find it on Bloom.com .
Do you ever use moisturizing treatments on your hair?
Thank you so much for reading! 
All the best, 
Jessica

Disclosure: This was sent for review. All opinions are my own.

4 comments:

  1. Interesting, I'd be so scared to put oil in my hair, but I understand the concept. I love coconutty scents! :)

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  2. I have experimented with different oils in my hair (mostly when it is too dry/frizzy) and I have had pretty good results. I say pretty good because my friend told me to try avocado oil infused with lime, and my hair smelled like a restaurant for a week! Yikes... TALK ABOUT EMBARRASSING!

    I love this idea though, and I think it could be fun and exotic to have cocounutty hair (Krystal, I also LOVE that scent).

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  3. interesting post and such a great blog- I'm your newest follower :)

    Alex
    http://methelittlenewbie.blogspot.ie
    x

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  4. Thanks for sharing! I actually prefer argan oil because it has more benefits and it's super light on my hair, not greasy. I use Pro Naturals Moroccan Argan Oil products and so far they've worked well!

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