Garnier Fructis Miracle Dry Oil Review

I like all-in-one products; they make my life easier.

It is because of my love of the multi-purpose product that I thought I would like Garnier Fructis' new Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil.  I thought it would be perfect for traveling since you could pack fewer products. That's just what I did when we went away for the weekend to a wedding a few weeks ago.

The first product of its kind to hit mass retailers' shelves, this dry oil can be used on your hair, face, or body.

I have written before about my struggle with flyaways and with our ever-changing weather in East Texas, my hair flies away more often than not.  I have used hair oils before to tame my staticky halo of hair so this wasn't a new concept to me.  Unfortunately, not only did it not manage to make my hair lie down but it actually made it greasy.  Yikes.  Thank goodness I had a hat at the wedding.

I did try it on my face as well during the particularly windy weekend and although it felt okay, it did not give my face a radiant gleam, more like an oily sheen.  Not so pretty for the pictures.

Next to get the dry oil treatment were my hands.  When I say dry oil I mean it doesn't leave you feeling greasy.  I could snap my fingers after squirting the oil on my hands.  So in that regard, it was quite good when you don't want slick hands.

This was taken seconds after putting the oil on my hands and there is no trace of it.
The best place I found for the dry oil was on my legs.  I hate for my legs to feel slimy after putting on lotion so the dry oil was great.

But if I only like the dry oil on my legs, that kind of takes the air out of the triple action balloon.

Sorry Garnier, I really wanted to like this product as advertised but it just wasn't for me.

I was sent Garnier Triple Nutrition Dry Oil from BzzAgent to facilitate my review.  All opinions and veiny hands in desperate need of a manicure are my own.