DISCLAIMER: I was sent this product to review. The thoughts, opinions, and decisions on how to use this product are my own. Free DOES NOT EQUAL instantly great. This review will be treated as all my reviews are, whether I paid for my product or received it for free.
I’m sure you are wondering how I decided to test out of this product. Well, how else would I test it? Can you guess? I’ll tell you since we don’t have all day to wait for an answer; on my scalp as I protective style. Earlier in March, I decided to wear crochet braids again, and I needed an oil that would be simple to apply and not overly messy. I hate having an oily bonnet or an oily pillowcase, so I needed an oil that would absorb right into my scalp to nourish it, and release a little bit of the tension my style of choice left my scalp going through. My fiance (aka the greatest person in the world) offered to apply this product on my scalp and massage in for me. Let me tell you that it is the most relaxing thing in this world to have someone massage your scalp for you. He used the drip applicator to apply a few drops between each of my braids, and a few extra drops on my nape and edges before massaging in. I could feel the oil instantly absorbing into both my hair and scalp, giving me some relief. I found when I used this on my scalp that I did not itch as much as I usually would while in a protective style.
So far, I am really enjoying this oil. I have mixed it with my coconut oil to give it an added boost for when I am using it to moisturize my hair or hands. I personally love this oil for scalp massages as isn’t as oily as coconut oil, and it absorbs nicely into my scalp, keeping it hydrated. Would I recommend Argan oil? Yes. Would I recommend this brand of Argan oil? That depends on your price point. This Argan oil is priced at $28.50 on Amazon.com right now. I would purchase it again when I run out, for the reasons stated above. I have a feeling this bottle will last me a while.