Scent Description: White tea, crisp red apple, smooth chamomile, and dew covered rose petals. Valentine’s Day 2018 limited edition. A Soap Box Company exclusive.
Size: 2 oz, packaged in clear glass bottle
Directions: 1-4 drops, depending on hair length. Works best on damp hair. For dry hair, focus on applying to ends. Works great as hand, nail and cuticle oil. Also works wonders on any dry spots on the body. If irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately.
Ingredients: Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, camellia seed oil, argan oil, coconut oil, daikon radish seed oil, orchid flower extract, horsetail grass extract, lavender flower extract, calendula flower extract, neem leaf extract, vitamin e
Usage tips from The Haus: I recommend varying dosage of oil to certain hair types, and experimenting to see what works best for you! Start with 1-2 drops in the palm of your hand and rub hands together to coat them evenly. Then run your fingers through your hair, focusing on the length and the ends. If you feel you need more, work in a drop at a time to find the perfect amount. If your scalp is oily, avoid adding this oil to the roots, as it will add to the oiliness. I get the best results right after washing my hair and allowing it to air dry. I would not suggest using this oil right before applying a lot of heat to the hair. If your hair is very fine, oils *may* not work well for you.
I have very thick, long, color treated hair. So I use quite a lot of oil. I like to apply it just after washing, while it's still wet. If I do this a few hours before bed, I wake up with super silky hair. I have a lot of volume so I like to tame it down. I'm a little weird about my hair! I prefer to have it weighed down because it's all over the place and a giant puffy frizz bomb if I don't. I apply oil when it's dry too, mainly to the ends, since that is where my hair tends to be dry.
Don't limit this oil to your hair only! It works amazingly well as a hand and nail oil as well as conditioning dry spots like elbows. I use it before and after I hit the gym too. It prevents weightlifting calluses from getting too painful and rough, and it absorbs quickly enough that I don't have to worry about a slippery grip on equipment.