Review: Fur – oil to soften hair


Brand: FUR

Skin type: Everywhere! And anyone

How to use: Their signature oil prevents ingrown and softens hair. This versatile 100% natural oil can be used on any amount of fur whether you decide to remove it all, keep it all, or any option in between. An essential oil blend designed for pubic hair and skin that works anywhere and everywhere such as underarms, beard, chest, legs, and head hair. (taken from fur oil site)

Ingredients: I couldn’t find a full ingredients list but the main ingredients are:

GRAPE SEED OIL – for Vitamins A and E

JOJOBA OIL – Softens hair and skin, hydrating ingredient

CLARY SAGE SEE OIL – Reduces inflammation, high in the ester Linalyl Acetate. A naturally occurring chemical found in plants and flowers. It can help regulate the skins natural oil production

TEA TREE OIL – I used to use this stuff a lot when I was a teen and it is recommended for those with acne because of its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.

How does it smell? Deliciously citrusy

How does it feel? Light and

Cost? £38 for a six-month supply/ $28

How long did I test for? 2 months

What I liked? Firstly, I adore the scent and how soft my skin is after use. It is very useful as a body oil and that is primarily how I used it. I also tried to use it like Emma Watson who is a massive fan of the oil for her eyebrows and what I distinguished from this was – I don’t have enough natural eyebrow hair to make soft and wispy.

What I disliked? What I didn’t like was the fact that it is SO expensive and I don’t feel it really does what it intends to do – prevent ingrown hairs. I really didn’t see this happen as an aftermath of trialling this product. I also don’t really think my hair was soft after use, my skin defiantly was.

Would I buy again? Maybe the smaller, cheaper size because I love it as a body oil.

Where can you purchase?

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