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Mexico's blue agave is best known as the source of tequila, but were also intoxicated by its ability to moisturize and strengthen hair. Agave extract is a key ingredient in this healing oil treatment created by Beverly Hills hairdresser Fernando Romero. The amino sugars in agave soothe damaged hair and infuse it with moisture. This fragrant healing oil treatment is also packed with plenty of other natural conditioning ingredients to boost vibrancy and shine while smoothing hair: vanilla, coconut, and baobab seed oil, to name a few. And its free of the stuff that's not so good for your locks: parabens, sulfates, and phthalates. We'll raise a glass to that!
The sample contained zero information about the ingredients in it. I guess it has a high silicon content to make hair shiny. I did not find it moisturizing in the slightest. I'd stick with moroccan oil.1
This stuff was awful. It made my fine hair look like I hadn't showered in a week. I had to shower again after using because my hair looked so greasy. No thanks.1
I was not a fan of this product. It left my hair looking like I had not recently washed it. I did at least like how it smelled!1
I used this product and it made my hair feel weighed down and oily. I would not recommend for fine hair.1
Wanted to like this, but just hated it. Applied it to clean hair and left it to air dry. I've never seen my hair that frizzy even on a humid day. Just terrible :-(1
I don't particularly think my hair needs an oil treatment, although it is a bit dry...this made my hair feel greasy. Nice smell though.1
I was not a big fan of this product. I felt like it did nothing for my fair. It did smell good but I would not pay the money for this product.1
My hair is already greasy and I usually don't blow dry, so I tended to use a little too much of this product, and it made my hair too greasy for my taste. Does smell great though.1
I thought it was good that it was sustainable, good for you, good for the earth, I was happy to try it, but it just wouldn't realistically be incorporated into my daily routine.1
My thick, curly, color-treated hair is super-dry and I had high hopes for this oil, but the truth is: it didn't really do anything. My hair felt slightly softer, but it didn't curl up the way it normally does and, honestly, looked horrendous. Did I use too much? Too little? I don't know, as there were no instructions on the packet. Regardless, I really can't recommend it.1