Garnier Fructis Miracle Dry Oil Review
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.|
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.