Price & Size: $6 for a 4oz (you only need a little so it’s an awesome price!)
Packaging: This is a normal open top with a screw off top. I personally don’t like the packaging and would much prefer to be in a pump of some sort.
Texture: This is not a lightweight oil and it’s not a super heavy oil. I believe it’s in between.
Smell: I’m going to be completely honest, the smell of this is horrible. It smells like tea tree oil and cough syrup. The smell doesn’t linger for long, though.
Ingredients: Pure and Organic Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Castor Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil, and Chamomile Oil
I L-O-V-E how simple the ingredients are and I can actually read the ingredients label!
Overall: I tried figuring out how I can use this because I didn’t want it to weigh my hair down. My scalp has been super itchy and dry lately so I used this oil as a scalp massage. It soothed my scalp instantly and I noticed a difference in my dry &itchy scalp. The ingredients contain great oils for scalp and I believe it can aid in hair growth. I will continue to use this on my scalp and a little goes a long way. This oil is also a great pre-poo!
RATING: 9/10 (1 point off for the weird smell)
Price & Size: $9.50 for an 8oz.
Packaging: This butter was in a jar which is easy to scoop out.
This was so grainy & hard. It was not creamy or buttery at all. I absolutely did not like how it felt and it was too thick. I don’t know if I got a bad batch but it was not a “butter”.
Smell: This has that same weird smell as the hair oil but it was a stronger smell.
Ingredients:100% Organic Unrefined Shea Butter, Grapeseed Oil, Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Lavender Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Myrrh Oil, and Chamomile Oil
(Shea Butter is the number one ingredient and it’s too heavy for my hair)
Overall: When I first received this, it was hard and I couldn’t even scoop it out. I thought it was because of the shipping and it being out in the cold but even when I put the jar in a bowl of hot water, it didn’t get buttery & creamy. I used it to seal my hair and it was too heavy! I hated the smell. Since I couldn’t really scoop it out, I decided to just run my fingers on top of the hard butter and use it to moisturize my dry 3rd day hair. Using it on dry hair as a balm of some sort helped moisturize my hair.