Natural Product Review: Oyin Handmade Greg Juices Leave-in Hair Tonic

I want to share something with you all: I juice regularly…my hair, that is. I was at a beauty trade show in Las Vegas last summer when I received a tiny sample of Oyin Handmade Greg Juices Leave-in Hair Tonic, which has made my curl-refresher game strong. Normally, when I realize my hair is starting to look a little dry during the day, I’ll run to the restroom and dampen it a little to quench its thirst. Now, I keep this little herb-infused water in my purse and when my hair looks like it needs a little love, I spray it on.
Having this product is a must if you:

  • Find you need to wet your hair throughout the day to add moisture
  • Usually dampen your second day hair to bring your curls back to life
  • Have knotted hair that needs detangling
  • Have a protected hair style and need to supply moisture

The spray has an earthy, citrusy scent from the use of essential oils in the formula, and is 100 percent natural. According to the company’s website, ingredients of the spray include: aqueous infusion of horsetail, lavender, nettle, chamomile, & red rose petals; organic flax seeds; organic aloe leaf juice; vegetable glycerin; lavender oil, orange peel oil, grapefruit seed extract; citric acid, and love!

I adore the fact that they added in “love” as an ingredient, showing that the brand creators want to do more than just create products. They have put a lot of care into making something special.

Should this replace your regular leave-in conditioner? I’ll be real with you, I haven’t tried this on completely clean hair before, but, from my experience although it offers a great way to moisturize and refresh, you’ll need something a little heaver if you want to style your locks.

The product retails for $14. Visit their website to learn more.

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