While I definitely appreciate the low humidity (read: low frizz) of the winter months, I’m not a fan of the dry, dull hair that can result. Foxbrim Total Repair Oil promises to restore hair to a soft, shiny, frizz-free state. Does it deliver? Read on to find out!
- Made with 100% plant oils including jojoba oil, coconut oil, olive oil, organic argan oil, sunflower oil, and grapeseed oil
- Also includes shea butter and panthenol (vitamin B5)
- Can be used as a pretreatment before you shampoo or as a finishing oil
- Comes in convenient 4oz glass pump bottle
- Made in the USA
- Foxbrim proudly provides you a 100% Money-Back Guarantee
Foxbrim’s Total Hair Repair Oil can be used either as a hair repair treatment before shampooing or as a finishing/shine oil when styling hair. While I’m very familiar using oils during styling, I had never tried using oils as a deep conditioning pretreatment. To use as a pretreatment, Foxbrim recommends pumping a small amount into palms and applying evenly on hair (as much as needed, depending on your hair length). Leave on 10 minutes, 2 hours, or overnight and shampoo as usual.
I used a quarter sized amount (lots of hair) and left on for 10 minutes to see how fast/well the oil worked. After shampooing and conditioning as usual, I noticed my damp hair was easy to comb out even before adding any styling products. I like the convenience factor — in-shower deep conditioners keep you stuck in the bathroom but this way I can easily put the oil in before doing housework, working out, whatever and then just shower as usual when I’m done.
I also used the oil blend on a different day as a finishing oil in lieu of my usual argan oil and was pleased with the results — my waves were soft and manageable even after air drying.
I really like how Foxbrim’s Total Hair Repair Oil functions well both as a deep conditioning pretreatment and as a styling oil. The generous 4oz size of the bottle is a good value. Ready to get your own?
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