Can you believe that I’ve never tried a hair oil before!?! I’ve tried serums and creams, mouses and pomades, but never a hair oil. That is, until now. And you know what? I’m converted! I got the chance to put three of the four oils from the Natural World Hair Oil range* and thought I’d share my thoughts with you.
All products marked with * have been gifted to me for consideration. More information can be found in my full disclaimer.
Natural World are a natural, organic haircare brand who create luxury products at affordable prices. The market themselves as being a free-from brand. While Natural World products are free from parabens, phosphates, phthalates, dyes and gluten which is great, they do contain common allergens, like nuts, seeds, orange and lemongrass (often problematic for people allergic to wheat). My feelings on the use of the term ‘hypoallergenic’ (free-from is just a variation on this) can be found in my hypoallergenic, what does it mean? post. To give the brand their dues though, they have a full list of ingredients on their website. Something many companies still don’t do.
The Natural World Hair Oil is a light weight, leave-in formula that can be used on wet hair to nourish, or dry hair to smooth frizz and flyaways. I received the Argan Oil, Brazilian Keratin and Coconut Water varieties of the Natural World Hair Oil range. The fourth oil is Chia Seed, which I can’t use as seeds are often problematic with my allergies. I have to say, I was impressed with all three.
The Coconut Water is a Hydration and Shine Weightless Hair Oil which promises to leave hair hydrated, soft and shiny. It’s designed for dehydrated and dull looking hair. To me, this old had a very light coconut scent to it, which was lovely.
The Argan oil is a Moisture Rich Hair Treatment Oil which promises to lock in moisture while repairing hair. It’s designed to restore shine and softness and is suitable for all hair types. To me, this oil had no discernible smell and was very nice to use.
The Brazilian Keratin Hair Oil is a Smoothing Therapy Hair Treatment Oil that promises to help repair hair while controlling frizz and restoring shine and smoothness. It’s designed to give silky smooth and frizz-free hair and is suitable for dry frizzy hair. To me, this oil had a light, warm scent to it. Unfortunately, I’m not very good with scents so I can’t describe the warmth in better detail.
I was really impressed with all three of the Natural World Hair Oil range I tried. This isn’t surprising, as my hair is dry/dehydrated. With all of the oils, my hair was left beautifully soft and shiny with less frizz. Even when I switched from my usual John Frieda to Dan’s E45 shampoo in order to use it up (Dan had an allergic reaction to the E45 shampoo)! I also noticed that it was easier to plait my hair when using the Natural World Hair Oil range. My hair went into the plait more smoothly and I found I got fewer lumps and bumps.
I really like that the Natural World Hair Oil range are lighter than my usual hair serums, yet they perform even better! I’m definitely converted.
The Natural World Hair Oils come in both 25ml and 100ml bottles. I’m really pleased that they have smaller sizes available. These are great not only for holidays, but also people wanting to try the hair oils without buying the full size.
The Natural World Hair Oil range are available from tesco.com for just £4 for a 100ml bottle!
Have you tried anything from the Natural World haircare range? What’s your favourite product?
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Coconut Water Natural World Hair Oil: Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol. Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Coumarin.
Argan Oil of Morocco Natural World Hair Oil: Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Parfum/Fragrance, Limonene, Linalool.
Brazilian Keratin Natural World Hair Oil: Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, Isopropyl Myristate, Hydrolysed Keratin, Parfum?Fragrance, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Hexyl Cinnamal, Linalool.
*Please note, ingredients lists are accurate at the time of publication.