Hair and Care Fruit Oils - Review

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Hair and Care Fruit Oils - Review

How many of you regularly oil your hair, raise your hand!
Well I should go hide under a table for not being very religious about using hair oil. 

Since time immemorial grandmothers and mothers have been telling their daughters the importance of using hair oil. Hair oil nourishes your hair from inside out ensuring it stays soft and manageable. Some people find oiling time consuming, others don't like the stickiness you get with the oils, and some others, well they are basically lazy like me!

Fruit oils, hair oil

Hair & Care hair oils have always been a preference if I had to chose a hair oil simply for the fact that their hair oils are not sticky and heavy like some other oils. And now that they came out with fruit based hair oils I got curious. We all know that fruits are loaded with vitamins, proteins, and a host of other nutrients. Hair & Care has infused their hair oils with this goodness of fruits - a first in the market of hair oils!

Hair & Care fruit oils come in two variants with a combination of fruits chosen specifically to target special hair needs. 
The Green variant is loaded with the real goodness of Olive, Mosambi, and Green Apple.The Orange variant is loaded with the real goodness of Orange, Anaar (pomegranate), and Strawberry. 

These unique fruit combinations work best together to moisturize and energize hair.

Price: Rs 60 (100 ml)

Olives, green apple, hair oil

Olives helps in seal in the moisture of the hair and protect the keratin. This is due to the high content of Vitamin A, E and antioxidants.
Mosambi has vitamins that help strengthen hair so that you have less split ends and also frees hair of dandruff,
Green Apple helps promote hair growth.

Oranges have numerous benefits from every part of the fruit including pulp, juice and the peel. It acts as a natural conditioner. 
Anaar strengthens the hair and gives it a natural shine owing to the essential fatty acids and punicic acid.
Strawberries contain antioxidants that provide moisture, add shine and smoothen the hair.

Strawberries, pomegranate, orange


The oil comes in a plastic bottle with a flip top cap. This makes the packaging travel friendly.

Both variants do have a distinct fragrance but after a hair wash the smell goes away. The oil is light in texture yet oily enough to be used for a deep massage. The best way to use any hair oil is to massage it into your scalp gently using the fingers. Then take a hot towel and wrap it around your head for half an hour. Post this you can let the oil rest for another half an hour before washing your hair.

I don't find the need to use a conditioner on days when I've given my head a good massage with these oils. Hair feels more manageable and looks healthier. Since this oils is light in texture you can use 2-3 drops post hair wash to make any frizz settle down.

Overall these oils are quite affordable. Some people might find the fragrance a bit overpowering but since it doesn't last after the hair wash you can still use the oil for a massage.

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9 comments:

  1. I've used a little avocado oil on my hair but I'm just so scared of getting too much! My hair is just so thin.

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  2. Great review. The scents sound amazing. I don't really use oils since my hair is thin.

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  3. I love the idea of these but I can't use hair oils myself. They sound like they smell great.

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  4. I use argan oil leave in, it's great too. Haven't tried this brand tho

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  5. I use oils every so often, my hair needs some product weighting it down or it starts to freeze. :)

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  6. I used to be better about using oils on my hair. I have some and need to take them out to do at least biweekly

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  7. These sounds SO wonderful, though I admit I wish the smell would stick around after rinsing and drying your hair...I love fruity scents!

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  8. These sound really nice. I was using oil on my hair every time I washed it but I've been lazy lately.

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