Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Product Review: Osmo Blinding Shine Serum

Hey Curlies,

I am here with another review of another product that I have tried over the last few weeks. I was sent this product by my friends at SFR Beauty and it is a shine serum.



What it claims to do:

Tames frizz and add lots of shine

What it contains:

Juniperus Virginiana (Cedarwood Oil), Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary Extract), Cyclomethicone, Benzophenone-3, Dimethiconol, Octyl Methoxycinnamate


Uses:
As a finishing polish
Osmo blinding shine serum review - ClassyCurlies

My Review:

I am not usually the one who uses serums and I told myself that I would begin experimenting with them. Upon appearance, this product comes in a glass bottle and is clear as most serums are. 

On top is an attached pump for distribution. The texture and consistency of the product is a bit thicker than most serums. One pump sends out a good amount of product. Although the consistency is a lot thicker, it does apply to hair easily. 

I was afraid of this product applying in a sticky manner, but it is in no way sticky at all, nor does it leave a residue. 

This product contains an oil called Cedarwood which is known for controlling dandruff, stimulating hair growth and reducing hair loss. The product also protects from UV rays with a hint of rosemary as its second ingredient. 

As far as being true to the title, I did notice a shine increase when using this product. The shine increase wasn't extraordinary, but it was noticeable. 

Overall, I give this product a 5 out of 5 for great ingredients and shine.