Before you click away from this review as fast as you came, the Agave healing oil shampoo and conditioner is worth reading about. I don’t usually review shampoo and conditioner because let’s be honest, it’s not the most exciting thing in the world….but the Agave Healing Oil is worth introducing you to.
-pH-balanced shampoo gently cleanses hair with a rich, conditioning lather
-Infused with agave plant sugars
-hydrates and smooths with moisturizing emollients
-preserves hair color for gorgeous results each time you wash
Price: $25.00 for each bottle.
Initially my favorite thing about the Agave Healing Oil was the sweet coconut-ish smell that had me taking deep breaths as I slathered up my hair. It was pretty yummy in the smell-sensory department. But while scent is important to me, it was the moisture, de-frizzing, and soft-smooth locks that sold me. My hair is pretty damaged from years of switching colors, hanging in sun, and torturing it with hair tools; it’s also not the thickest hair on the block. In other words my hair needs the repair from the agave oil rather terribly, but usually anything oily on my hair weighs in down (it’s a terrible battle). So I was pretty pleased when my hair turned out frizz-free post hair drying without needing to use any additional hair products.
Here is a little secret for you, I only wash my hair every 6-7 days. Don’t think I am gross…it saves me time in the morning (yes I still shower) when I am rushing around my life with two kids in tow; it also saves my hair. So choosing the right hair care products, even shampoo and conditioner, is super important to me. I love using the Agave Healing Oil Shampoo and Conditioner for my once a week hair wash.
WITH-ALL-OF-THAT-SAID, if you have oily hair that is super fine, I would refrain from using this because it’s not for you. If you have hair damage, I would check out the Agave Oil Treatment that is a hair serum and use it once in a while.
One last thing, I wanted to address the price tag on these bad boys. If you are like my mom who only uses Suavve (no judgment) and thinks it’s comparable to a $25.00 shampoo or conditioner, these items probably aren’t for you. I don’t mean that in a snobby way, we all have thing’s we splurge on and thing’s we save on. I use to be a major coupon-er, remember?
So, Mom, this isn’t for you, but I will let you try it anyways.
Hair snobs, and those who like their hair to not be crunchy and frizzy and damaged, this is for you.
You can buy this at Sephora!
I am in love with you (5 points)
note* This was given to me from a PR company for an honest review. All thoughts, opinions, and experiences are that of my own.