Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil – A Hair Oil So Good You It Changes Your Style

Have you ever tried a hair product so good that it you change your hairstyle? Until now, I hadn’t either, let me explain. This curly girl relied on damaging hot hair tools. It was a blow dryer, flat-iron and a curling iron for the win. That is until Aroma M’s Camellia Oil came along and everything changed. This marvelous blend of oils suddenly had my hair making all the right moves. My flat-iron has since taken a back seat as I just blow and go.

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The line of Aroma M Beauty was created in inspiration for Japanese culture and aesthetics. More specifically, the world of Kyoto Gion Geisha’s. Camellia Oil has long been refered to as a symbol of wealth, virtue and happiness in Japan and is the main ingredient in Aroma M’s Beauty products. The Camellia Hair oil contains a blend of natural and organic oils, including Camellia, Argan and Jojoba as well as Rosemary and Tuberose Essential Oils.

The Camellia Hair Oil from Aroma M will not weigh down your hair, unlike other oils. This perfect blend performs quite the opposite actually. It creates incredible body and bounce. After even just one use my hair felt significantly healthier and happier. The youth of my hair was restored, as I noticed incredibly shiny locks. My frizz is diminished and my hair has taken on a new life. I must as well note the oils contains the soft and feminine fragrance of Camellia flowers and Tuberose.

I apply a few drops of the Camellia Hair oil onto damp hair and blow dry. As a pre-shampoo treatment, apply to wet hair and leave on hair for 20 minutes then shampoo out. Instead of reaching for the straight iron, I now let my hair falls as it may. Instead of dictating my style, my style dictates me in the form of great hair. Aroma M’s Camellia Hair Oil has become a new staple for me. At $55 US, I find it well worth the expense.

Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil $55 – available at aromam.com & luckyscent.com

*Disclosure – This posts contains samples sent to My Lucite Dreams for consideration. I do not receive compensation for my reviews. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and based on my personal experience. All links in post are there strictly available for your convenience.
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6 Responses to Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil – A Hair Oil So Good You It Changes Your Style

  1. Sunny says:

    Oh wow, this sounds like magic! I almost only use oil as a pre-shampoo treatment and not a leave-in conditioner (for some reason that never works out for me). Glad to hear only a few drops are needed, because this one for sure doesn’t come cheap (but good stuff is worth the money)!

  2. Isabelle says:

    The way you describe it, it sounds like I NEED IT. I have some frizz around my face that just won’t calm down without a straightener. I do apply oil to my ends a couple of times a day, I have a bottle of Mythic Oil at work even! It works wonders for my hair, couldn’t live without oils anymore;

  3. This sounds LOVELY! I do use oils, as grey hair has such a different texture-so much coarser, so I need an oil to make it behave better. Right now I have one from Kiehls that I like, but this sounds fabulous!

  4. I’ve never even heard of a “pre shampoo treatment” now I have to try it! Thanks for the tip!

    • Of course! Pre-shampoo treatments are wonderful for a quick deep treatment and as well protect hair from the shampooing process. I also apply conditioner to my ends before I shampoo to protect them :-)

  5. This reminds me I should probably pre-shampoo oil treatment more often! And really, this sounds like a must try now – I love the scent of camillia oil!

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