Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Garnier-Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil review

*I am a member of BzzAgent and received this product to test out and share my opinion on. All opinions are true and are my own. I am not being compensated* 

Hey, Everyone!
Today I'll be talking about Garnier's Miracle dry oil for hair, skin, and nails. 
Like my statement above says, I got to try this out for free. I've had it for a little while now and can fully review it.

The first thing that caught my eye about this oil is it's packaged in a spray bottle.
I've tried a few hair and/or skin oils and they came in a non-spray type bottle.
I really liked that it has a spray nozzle instead of pouring it out into my hands as I've had quite a few accidents with pouring too much out. Ugh! And too much oil is not fun to deal with...

I expected this oil to smell like the traditional Garnier scent, which it did not. 
It has a light floral scent similar to BioSilk shampoo. I can tolerate Garnier's traditional scent...this was cutting it close. Florals and I do not mix. 
This scent was not too overpowering so it didn't give me a headache, but I really don't prefer it.

Spraying the oil directly into your hair can leave your hair looking, well, oily. I found that spraying it into your hair and rubbing it into your hands/arms/wherever then using the left over oil and patting it into your hair works a lot better. 

I really liked it for my skin and nails. It absorbs quickly and doesn't leave an oily/greasy residue at all.

5fl oz is around $6 at most drugstores.

My Overall Thoughts:

I love the spray bottle. It's available for a great price. The scent I could live without, but it is a nice oil. 
Don't spray it directly onto your hair unless you hardly spray any at all. 
It's not my favorite oil for hair, but I really like it for the body and for the price you can't really go wrong. 
I'd give it a 4/5.

Have you tried out Garnier's Miracle Dry oil yet? What are your thoughts? What are some of your favorite oils?