Hair oils have been a big obsession among beauty bloggers from the amazingly cheap Aldi Miracle to the luxurious Macadamia Oil - they've all been raved about. I've read reviews upon reviews of the Macadamia Oil range but I found it a little out of my price range, especially when it's £25+ for 100ml. So whilst in Walmart back on my visit to America in July/August, I picked up the Organix Hydrating Macadmia Oil which is a far more affordable solution to wanting a luxurious hair oil. Now, I am aware that this is available in Boots among with all the other ranges however I fancied picking it up abroad as it's far more cheaper ($7ish dollars which is roughly £4.40 in today's currency exchange) The great thing about this, is that you only pay £6.99 for 100ml in Boots whereas for the Macadamia Oil Heating Oil is £29.95 for 125ml - I know which one I would much prefer purchasing!
"Drench your stands in an ultra-moisturizing luxurious styling oil infused with nutrient rich macadamia oil to instantly hydrate and smooth parched, dry hair while exotic sugar cane extract and bamboo extract softens and mends split ends, for a luscious, vibrant mane with a brilliant shine."
To apply this, you simply pour some of the oil into your hands (I would suggest two 50 pieces sized amounts is enough), rub your hands together and run your fingers in your hair. Make sure that your hair is both clean and damp as despite it saying that it's a dry styling oil, it can make your dry hair look a little greasy!
This makes my hair feel so full of life again as well as unbelievably soft. It has a very subtle scent which is neither intoxicating nor overpowering - it helps my hair feel like itself again. This is most definitely a miracle worker in a bottle which I would definitely recommend to anybody who is after a affordable hair oil which does wonders for your hair.
You can find Organix's products in Boots nationwide or on their website