Badger Seabuckthorn Hair Oil Review

A little over a month ago I did an introductory post for Badger's new hair oils, and I mistakenly wrote that I was going to try it out for a week before writing a review.  I went back and re-read the information that I had been sent, though, and realized that they wanted me to use it for a month before writing up my review, since it's recommended that the oils be used once a week.  So I did, and here goes the review!


I'm familiar with hair oils, but it wasn't something I used until recently (when argan oil became such a fad).  I still don't use them on a regular basis, but when I was sent a sample of Badger's new hair oils to try I jumped at the chance because I love all things W.S. Badger Co (and I've professed my love on multiple occasions here on this blog)!  I received a 1 fl. oz sample of their Seabuckthorn Apricot & Pomegranate Antioxidant Hair Oil, which is suitable for all hair types.  It contains 10 ingredients total, nine of which are USDA certified organic:


I've used this a total of four times since I received it.  The first time I put it in before bed and left it in overnight, the other three I put it in an hour before showering.  I didn't notice much of a difference between letting it set for an hour or overnight.  If my hair could talk, it would probably say "I hate you.  Why are you so mean to me?" because I heat style it almost every day (blowdrying and straightening).  I like the idea of using this hair oil because it penetrates deeply to moisturize really well.  I have an oily scalp, though, so I didn't apply it close to my roots.


One thing that I really love about Badger is that they're Leaping Bunny certified as cruelty-free; you can see the Leaping Bunny logo in the photo above.  This means that they've passed the highest standards of cruelty-free certification, which is something that's very important to me.

But back to the review -- like I said, I used this product for a month and I was pleased with the results.  I applied it, let it set, then washed it out using my regular shampoo and conditioner as instructed.  Some nights I let my hair dry, others I used a blowdryer.  The night that I left this in overnight was a night that I let my hair air dry, and when I woke up I noticed that it felt much softer than normal.  I also applied a little bit too much because I wasn't sure how much I needed at first, which caused my hair to be weighed down a bit.  But no matter, because most importantly I could tell that this was a hair oil that worked.


My hair felt much softer than it usually does after I used this hair oil, and I plan on continuing to use it for quite a while.  My sample size was 1 fl. oz, but a full-sized bottle will cost you only $18.99 and is twice the size (2 fl. oz).  I have a lot of hair, so I use two full pumps, but I still think that a 2 fl oz bottle would last you for months.

Bottom Line: Badger's Seabuckthorn Apricot & Pomegranate Antioxidant Hair Oil is yet another Badger product for me to love.  I am a bit biased because they're one of my favorite brands EVER, but I still think that anyone who gave this hair oil a try would love it!

2 comments:

  1. Hi i know about badger Seabuckthorn oil and all product. i am very happy because this is my same topic for hair, sir i'm uses this time white camphor oil and something my hair is treatable from two months please visit and give me suggestion. white camphor oil

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