Badger: Seabuckthorn Antioxidant Hair Oil for All Hair Types

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Beauty

Product: Seabuckthorn Antixodiant Hair Oil (Nightly Vitamin Restorative) for All Hair Types, 1 oz. glass bottle.

What a regal looking bottle! The full-size bottle is 2 fl. oz so more antioxidant goodness in a bigger bottle! 🙂

Badger Seabuckthorn Antioxidant Hair Oil for All Hair Types

I love looking at the Ingredients list on a Badger product. Simple and organic!

Badger Seabuckthorn Hair Oil for All Hair Types

The amount of two pumps is shown on my palm. Look at that gorgeous orange color!

Ingredients: *Simmondsia Chinensis (Organic Jojoba) Oil, *Helianthus Annuus (Organic Sunflower) Oil, *Prunus Armeniaca (Organic Apricot) Oil, *Punica Granatum (Organic Pomegranate) Oil, CO2 Extracts of *Hippophae Rhamnoides (Organic Seabuckthorn) and *Rosa Canina (Organic Rosehip), Essential Oils of *Lavandula Angustifolia (Organic Lavender), *Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Organic Sweet Orange), *Pelargonium Graveolens (Organic Rose Geranium), and Tocopherol (Sunflower Vitamin E).

* = Certified Organic

Thoughts:

I use Badger products for my face, my body, and my feet! So why shouldn’t I use Badger products for my hair too? I was thrilled to find out that Badger recently released a new line of antioxidant hair oils designed for various hair types. From the Argan Hair Oil for Dry & Damaged Hair, Jojoba Hair Oil for Dry Scalp, and the Seabuckthorn Hair Oil for All Hair Types, there are 3 ways to treat your hair with simple and organic ingredients.

Since I have been using the product as an overnight conditioning treatment, I really believe the Seabuckthorn Oil delivers the results it promises. My hair is generally coarse, thick, and frizzy so it’s quite hard finding a hair oil that is rich enough. I find that the Seabuckthorn Oil hydrates my hair so well, that I rarely find frizzies escaping the top of my hair anymore and it manages to condition the extra dry ends of my hair. As for shine-inducing properties, sometimes I do a double-take at the mirror at how shiny my hair looks!

The amount of 2 pumps is enough to saturate my dry hair and I find that using around 3-4 pumps makes my hair a bit greasy. I think it’s best to use an amount you think will fit your hair type (perhaps only 1 and 1/2 pumps for finer and oilier hair types) and use less for your first time! The Seabuckthorn Hair Oil also smells amazing. It has hints of fruitiness from the Apricot, Sweet Orange and Pomegranate Oil that makes my hair smell great. When I am smoothing the oil through my hair at nighttime, the ritual is much like having aromatherapy! And you know what? The Hair Oil leaves my hand soft and moisturized too, so it’s win-win for my hands and hair!

In conclusion, I loved the Seabuckthorn Antioxidant Hair Oil and it’s must-have especially for dry and coarse hair types or severely damaged hair from styling or the environment. It’s a rich hair oil that makes my frizz go away and gives my hair a dose of antioxidants and vitamins that it really needs. I will be purchasing a full-size bottle immediately after finishing up my sample bottle.

Buy your hair savior at Badger’s website here: Badger Balm.

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*Special Note: The Seabuckthorn Antioxidant Hair Oil (sample size) was sent to me by the company and I did not purchase the product with my own money. I will always disclose to you, if I purchased the items or not. I assure you I will never accept compensation or even free products in exchange for favorable reviews. I make it clear to both brands/companies and to you (my readers) that my opinions are always my own and never swayed by outside influences.

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Brooklyn-based natural and organic beauty writer.

6 Comments

  1. Sounds nice! I have this oil on my amazon wishlist and I think I’m more inclined to buy it now that I’ve read this review. I also have dry, coarse, and frizzy hair so maybe this will help with that as well. Xo, Audreiana from True Beauty By Nature

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    • I’m so glad it helped you in your decision to buy the Hair Oil, Audreiana! I definitely recommend it for dry, coarse hairs because it’s such a rich hair oil.

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    • Jana, it would be amazing if you could try one of Badger’s Hair Oils! If nightly treatments are not your thing, the Argan Oil for Dry & Damaged Hair would be a good oil to try out too. 🙂

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