Thursday, 21 May 2015

First Look - Caivil Fusion Oil

Hi me lovely doveys

Seeing as I have been rocking a weave for the past few weeks, I decided to look out for an applicator bottle that would help me access my scalp without the oil getting to the weave and weighing it down.



Source : beautysouthafrica.com. Im still having issues uploading my pic so I had to source a picture of the oil.



Enter Caivil Fusion Oil
I spotted this at Clicks Grove Mall (Windhoek) and it retails for N$38.99 (approx 4 USD)
What drew me to the oil was the applicator tip for ease of access to my scalp. However upon closer inspection of the ingredients,  I was blown away. So much so that I'm writing about it before I've even reached halfway through the bottle. Im that pleased y'all.
I don't usually get wowed by products made by caivil as the ingredients tend to leave much to be desired, and Sunday was my lucky day cause I got it for free.99 with my Clicks Card Bonus Points.


How i've used it
To oil my scalp, although the product label states that it can be used as hot oil treatment as well. Im also considering adding it to my dc mix

Totally loving
How easy it is to access my scalp with this handy dandy applicator nozzle
No excess drip onto my weave meaning it isn't weighed down
The soothing tingle from the peppermint, rosemary, tea tree and lavender oils (can you say super growth?)
That it has all natural ingredients and ABSOLUTELY NO MINERAL OIL OR PETROLEUM
I can re-use the bottle for my other oils. (You know how you get tempted to buy a product with an applicator nozzle even though the ingredients seem a bit shady. Well with this one I get my re-usable bottle and great ingredients.)

Not so loving
Nothing yet.

I have high hopes for this fusion oil because of the seriously serious tingle I get from it, which has helped soothe my itchy scalp from the weave. All the ingredients also hint that it could be a great growth aid for those wanting to boost their monthly growth rate. However I will only be able to tell once the weave is out and I do a comparison pic. Another reason why im excited about it is that weaves usually make my hair line suffer (i know, i know spank me already) ,so this sets the perfect stage to test out whether this oil is worth its salt.

Ingredients list
Ricinus Communis ( Castor ) seed oil, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, argania spinosa kernel (argan) oil, olea europea (olive) oil,  mentha piperita( peppermint) oil, rosmarinus o
officinali ( rosemary) oil,  lavandula augustifolia (lavender) oil,  melia azadirachta ( neem) oil, melaleuca alternifolia ( wheatgerm)oil,  capsicum anuum L, vegetatable oil, tocopherol

We'll check my results in a few weeks.

3 comments:

  1. That ingredient list is bae! Wish I could get my hands on a bottle in Nigeria. Totally feel you on buying a product just for the bottle. Lol. I've done it for spray bottles.

    I nominated you to do the "what's in my bag" tag. I hope you do it :)
    naijagirlnextdoor.blogspot.com

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  2. hey!! where can I find your results about this post?

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