Review | Orofluido Beauty Elixir

I received my February Birchbox in the mail and as I reviewed and tried the products from the box, I had to do a double take when I smelled this product. I’m such a sucker for sweet smelling products. The product I’m talking about is OROFLUIDO, created and marketed by The Colomer Group.  This elixir smells incredible, whew lawd! *pulls the harp strings*
According to Orofluido website, this product provides:

Remarkable silkiness, lightness and shine.

Orofluido has its inspiration in the beauty rituals of ancient traditions: 

The Berber women who live in Morocco have taught us to protect and care for our hair with the prized Argan oil. The beauty secrets of Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt and still a symbol of seduction today, included a treatment based on Cyperus oil, which left her hair smooth, shiny and velvety to the touch. Linseed oil was used by Egyptians, Hebrews and Phoenicians alike as an incredible source of shine for hair.
Orofluido is a treatment that provides a remarkable silkiness, lightness and shine.
A beauty elixir for all hair types, with a pure luxuriance which envelops your hair. Three organic natural oils in an exquisite mixture with a pleasant, silky texture, absorbed rapidly and leaving no residue in the hair. Non-rinse treatment for all hair types.
TEXTURE
Fluid, silky and pleasant to the senses, reminiscent and evocative of the treasured gold.
FRAGRANCE
Its delicious amber fragrance with a vanilla foundation will transport you into a fascinating world of oriental perfume.

Pour some drops of Orofluido onto the palms of your hands and apply onto damp, towel-dried hair, dosing the quantity according to hair type, length and thickness.
Use it on dry hair to discipline and add instant shine: its silky texture is rapidly absorbed, and doesn’t add weight or leave residues in the hair. Do not rinse

APPLIED TO DAMP HAIR:
• Reduces brushing/drying time
• Leaves hair light, silky and easy to comb
• Gives hair body and movement
• Enhances the shine of the hair

APPLIED TO DRY HAIR:
• Exceptional and instant shine
• Controls frizzing and makes combing easier
• Leaves hair soft, disciplined and flexible

An Exquisite Mixture of Natural Oils
Argan oil: liquid gold for your hair
Extracted from the seeds of the Argania spinosa fruit, Argan oil is rich in vitamin E and essential fatty oils, similar in composition to our own skin. It strengthens hair and makes it extremely light and incredibly silky.

Linseed oil: instant shine
The seeds of the linen plant are the source of a precious oil which seals and smooths the hair cuticle, providing uniformity and control. The result is hair that captures and reflects the light, giving it a spectacular shine.

Cyperus oil: pure silk to the touch
Cyperus is a plant that has been cultivated in Egypt for more than 4,000 years. It is the source of an oil with a high content of fatty acids and tocopherol, which give natural protection against free radicals. It provides softness and volume, leaving hair manageable, smooth and flexible.

It has a light amber and vanilla scent to it, no wonder why it caught my attention because I enjoy the amber scented lotions and sprays at Victoria’s Secret and this scent reminded me sooo much of that. I took a couple of drops of the serum and put it on my hair and it does have a silky feeling to it once its in your hair. The scent lingers for a little while and then the smell does away. Gosh! I wish it would stay!  I also hear that  this product is suppose to cut the drying time down when used in conjunction with a blow dryer. I however, am very light when it comes to putting heat on my hair, but I will give it a try on my next blow out and let you girls know how that goes. It starts off super oily but it kinda fades away after a while. The 3.4 fl.oz. bottle pictured above retails at $30-32. You can find this product for a lot cheaper if you order from Amazon and similar sites.
  
Could this be a staple hair and beauty product? I’ll be keeping an eye out for the buzz.

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