Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Righteous Oil: A Review

I guess Righteous Oil is quite popular in curly hair circles. I started using it at the advice of my—curly-haired—mother who suggested that since it's very light, it may work well with my non-porous hair.

For those of you who may not know what porosity means when it comes to hair, I suggest you watch this video here. Being knowledgeable about your hair porosity will make a huge difference in how you care for your hair.

I ended up trying Righteous Oil a few months ago and I am loving it. It is indeed very light even though it does have some coconut oil in it which is usually too heavy for my hair. It also smells really good.

Keep in mind that due to the coconut oil content during the winter or cool nights the oil may thicken a bit or solidify. There is an easy fix: sticking the bottle in hot water.

When I apply this oil, I split my hair down the middle to make this easier for me, then I take about two drops of oil, rub it between my palms,  and start applying the oil at the ends and work my way up to about my ears.

I then take my boar bristle brush and gently brush through my hair from my ears down to help spread the oil through the rest of my hair. I then repeat this process on the opposite side.

Here are the ingredients for the oil. Cocos Nucifera Oil (Coconut), Ricinus Communis (Jamaican Balck Castor Oil), Oleaceae Oil (Olive), Persea Americana Mill Oil (Avocado), Vitis Vinifera Oil (Grapeseed), Sesamum Indicum Oil (Seasame), Mentha Piperita Oil (Peppermint), Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Oil (Tea Tree), Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil (Jojoba), Argania Spinosa Oil (Argan), Rosemarinus Officinalis Oil (Rosemary)


You can purchase the oil here on Amazon or their website.

Here is a before and after pictures of my hair with the Righteous oil.



In this photo, there is no oil in my hair.

Here only the hair on the left (yellow) has oil the right (pink) doesn’t.


This is how much oil I use on each section.


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