I have always loved OGX products and particularly their hair oils for their unique properties. While you can find most of their product reviews on IMBB, the new releases never skip the eye of an IMBBian and someone quickly grabs it to share the experience. To jump in the bandwagon, I got hold of OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil.
OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil’s potent, nutrient-rich blend of healing vitamin E smoothes the surface of the hair while penetrating moisture increases strength and elasticity. Use daily for dramatically improved split-ends and frizziness.
Why You Want It?
Protects and heals strands, revealing healthy-looking glow and lowering the risk of future breakage. This concentrated oil, infused with Vitamin E, helps heal brittle, damaged hair with just a few drops. Smoothes the surface of hair. Penetrating moisture increases strength and elasticity. Use daily for dramatically improved split-ends and frizziness.
$15.5 post conversion from Pakistani currency. Retail price in USA is somewhat between $7.5-$9.
Cyclotetrasiloxane, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, C12¬15 Alkyl Benzoate, Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Fragrance (Parfum), Red 17 (CI 26100), Yellow 11 (CI 47000).
My Experience with OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil:
I think nobody will deny the fact that the packaging of OGX products is always adorable and functional. The oils are no exception too. OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil comes in a curved, clear plastic bottle with a flip open cap that close really tight. I never observed any spillage from this bottle. It is safe from breakage and travel friendly.
The yellow golden oil is thick and viscous. However, the brand has wisely named it penetrating oil. The moment you apply it to hairs, it gets absorbed in seconds, leaving behind no trace of oil. Totally light weight, non sticky and non greasy. You can apply it and go out immediately, hang around with friends and nobody will ever know that you are roaming around with oil in your hair.
It rinses off with one wash, while regular oils take three rounds of wash to make the hair clear. It has a bit of pharmaceutical smell, but it vanishes after a couple of minutes of application. After rinsing off, my hairs feel smoother and a bit softer, but not significantly shiny. It makes hair manageable, detangling is easy and it controls frizz to great extent.
Regarding the healing properties for damaged hair, the claims are validated to some extent. The overall health of the hair improves with time providing lesser breakage and reduced split ends, but nothing about it has proved to be a magic potion for my hair yet.
Pros of OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil:
- Weightless, penetrating and absorbing oil.
- Infused with Vitamin E.
- Not an obstacle for stepping out.
- Non greasy and non sticky.
- Rinses off easily.
- Makes hair softer and smoother.
- Reduces hair breakage and frizz.
- Easily detangable strands after wash.
- Improves hair with regular usage.
- Travel friendly and sturdy packaging.
- Little goes a long way, so easy on pocket.
- Easily available.
- Retail price is justified.
Cons of OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil:
- Pharmaceutical fragrance, though it vanishes in few minutes.
- Expensive when imported.
Would I Recommend/ Repurchase of OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil:
Yes, I recommend and will repurchase OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil; it is worth every penny.
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3 thoughts on “OGX Healing + Vitamin E Penetrating Hair Oil Review”
Sounds really good, but I can’t use hair oils on my hair sadly 🙁