An ultra-nutritious complex that combines the natural, restorative powers of Argan Oil, Marula Oil, Baobab Oil and Avocado Oil. Hydrating and nourishing at the deepest levels for renewed vitality; softening; anti-breakage; protection from heat and UV; and seals hair cuticles for a silky, smooth finish.
WHY WE LOVE IT
Promotes scalp health and hair suppleness, strength, vitality and new growth. It also smooths fly-aways and split ends making hair look and feel beautiful. Lightweight, fast-absorption and naturally fragranced.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY
"I love this oil. My hair is very dry really helps to seal in the moisture. It tames the frizz as well". Charne Adams
"I love love this oil!!! it smell divine and it doesn’t leave my hair feeling or looking greasy. It makes my hair is so soft and shiny. This oil is amazing. it works like a bomb on my hair. It does the job of sealing in moisture and gives me shine all week". Nicole Donough
"I have been using the Oils of Origin non-stop. I love the fact that it doesn't weigh your hair down but it still moisturizes your hair and that it smells so wonderful. I also love the fact that the bottle has a small nozzle that can easily be squeezed out and not mess. I can honestly say that my hair has since gotten a glow from using these oils". Aimee Hearn
"This oil feels amazing it feels thick and my hair does not look greasy however my hair feels great I use it every day. When I use this for my twist outs my style last longer and my hair looks very healthy. This is my favourite product". Amber Gallant
"Smells wonderful, hair feels strong after using it". Deidre Adams "It smells divine and I would recommend it to anyone for hair and skin. I love love love this product for my skin it keeps my skin shiny and moistured better than any other products I have ever used, especially in this season when my skin is usually at its driest and I’ve never been this satisfied with a product which is for hair and skin how lucky am I"? Gay-lee Gaffley
"I use this in my l.o.c - I am chuffed about the shine that it leaves". Nicolle Petersen