Summer sun can leave hair seriously dry, so whether you wear your hair natural, it’s chemically treated or you submit it to heat styling you need some hydration. I happen to prefer creams that protect my hair while moisturizing. So, when I received OGX Creamy Hair Butter, Hydrate + Repair Argan Oil of Morocco to try I was pretty excited. And, it’s so great, it’s out Budget Beauty Tuesday product of the week.
Here are the details about OGX Creamy Hair Butter, Hydrate + Repair Argan Oil of Morocco $8.99
Moisturizes & Conditions Dry Strands
Softness & Strength
Gives You Silky, Seductive Tresses
This creamy, ultra-rich blend of extra strength argan oil of Morocco hair butter moisturizes and conditions dry strands, creating softness and strength as it gives you silky, seductive tresses. Use as a leave-in treatment for hair mending or in shower as a deep moisture treatment.
Not tested on animals.
Why it’s and editor’s pick:
OGX Creamy Hair Butter, Hydrate + Repair Argan Oil of Morocco is a multi-tasking hair conditioner that you can use as a daily moisturizer, a deep conditioner or as a leave in conditioner. I personally use it daily as a moisturizer for my hair. It melts right in and immediately makes my hair even softer than what it is. (Yes, I have extremely soft hair and I hate it.) This hair butter puts my frizz on the back burner and makes my hair behave.I find that my ends aren’t breaking and are more resilient when I use OGX Creamy Hair Butter, Hydrate + Repair Argan Oil of Morocco.
About a quarter size dollop is enough for all my hair, and I apply it to the ends and work my way up. Even though I use OGX Hair Butter daily, I don’t have any build up in my hair, as it seems to melt right into my hair upon application. I have also used it as a leave in conditioner and it makes my hair super simple to comb through and helped it dry without frizzing.
Pro: Creamy, melts into hair, moisturizes, eliminates frizz
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Soybean oil, Coconut oil, Shea Butter, Argan Oil
Cruelty Free: Yes
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