Like Moroccan Oil But Better
I received a small sample of this in the mail and was initially pretty skeptical. Im not a fan of being a guinea pig to products but since im a bit of a hair snob and think pretty highly of Sedu I wanted to give it a go. Let me just say I was really, really pleasantly surprised by this product. I have really long hair that goes to the small of my back, and the 2-3 time trial jar still lasted me about 6 uses.
Smell: The scent was light, sweet and not overpowering or musty in any way (which is sometimes the case with argon oil hair treatments)
How I used it: I just put a little goop of it in to my hands, let it melt a bit by rubbing your hands together (the warmth from your palms will melt the product) and then comb it with my fingers through the bottom half of my hair (I never put ANY moisturizing treatment in my roots). I think the fact that it looks/feels like oil in your hands may be a bit of a initial turn off to some, but argon oil is highly praised in the beauty community for its ability to instantly absorb in to your hair without making it look greasy or weighing it down.
[Just keep in mind, a little goes a long way!]
Heat protection abilities: I love how this product was specifically made to work with heat tools. The only two haircare products I use are a conditioning treatment and heat protectant (I flat iron my hair regularly) and its nice to find a heat protectant that doesn't make your hair feel weighed down, sticky or dry. It also eliminates the need for two separate hair products so I really liked that :)
I would really only recommend using this on wet hair though since the product will be more evenly distributed and you'll waste less of the product.
It is also quite pricey, but in respect to other argon oil treatments is pretty on point with the pricing. I also appreciate the fact that it will have a pump dispenser- I was never a fan of those bottles that you need to shake the product out of. Pump dispensers are much more sanitary, economical (less product waste) and user-friendly :)