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Ozone Signature Leave In Hair Serum Review

Like facial skin, our hair requires some extra care too. Hair serums are an important part of any hair care routine to remove tangles and nourish dry damaged hair. Adding a good hair serum after washing your hair provides moisturisation and makes your hair more manageable.


In today's post I am sharing my review on the newly launched ozone signature leave in hair serum.



Coming to the product details-


What does the product say ?

Ozone signature leave in hair serum is a concoction of oils which are rich in minerals, have antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. It helps in relieving dryness and nourishing the hair from the root to the ends making the hair shinier and more manageable.


Ingredients-

Isopropyl palmitate, isoamyl laurate, sesame seed oil  guduchi, vitamin E, lavender oil.


Price-550 INR

Quantity- 30 ml

Shelf life after opening- 36 months.


Packaging-

The serum comes in a dark colored glass bottle with a dropper.


Texture-

The texture of this serum is like a super lightweight oil. The mixture of various oils used in this product provides easy application without making the hair feel greasy.



How to use it?

After shampooing and conditioning your hair apply 3-4 drops of this serum on the lengths of your hair. Application on damp hair provides good spreadability of the serum. The serum can be applied on the scalp too. Avoid using it directly on the scalp if it’s very oily.



Benefits of key ingredients-


Sesame seed oil- this amazing oil helps in reducing dandruff. It has occlusive properties which provides intense nourishment and moisturisation to the hair. Sesame seed oil works great for dry, dull hair and adds a lustrous shine to it.


Giloy- this ingredient helps in reducing hair problems due to its antioxidant properties. Giloy helps in reducing inflammation, reduces dandruff and dryness of hair.


Lavender essential oil- It helps in improving hair growth, reduces dandruff as well as soothes an itchy scalp. Lavender essential oil poses antimicrobial properties which helps in treating hair ailments.


Vitamin E- this is another antioxidant which prevents free radical damage and oxidative stress. It helps in making the hair stronger, moisturised and thoroughly nourished.


My experience with the product- 



This product was sent to me by Sublime Life for trying out. I was really happy to see the ingredient list as it was simple and contained a formulation of highly good oils. I do love essential oils for my hair, especially rosemary essential oil and I've talked about it in many of my videos. Lavender oil is another good essential oil which helps in relieving dandruff and promotes hair growth.


I apply this serum every time after washing my hair mainly focusing on the lengths. This serum does not weigh my hair down and makes them bouncy and shiny.

Application of this serum on damp hair helps in removing knots and tangles from my hair making them less prone to breakage.

When I am not in a mood to oil my hair before shampooing, I apply a few drops of this on my scalp and hair, leave for 1-2 hours and then wash it off with a mild cleanser.

This serum worked like a charm for my hair and I am super happy after using it.



Pros-

  • Contains lavender oil, sesame oil, giloy and vitamin E.

  • Affordable.

  • A little product goes a long way.

  • Can be applied to the scalp.

  • Long shelf life.makes hair shiny and manageable.

  • Reduces frizz.

  • Promotes softer hair.

  • Free from sulphate, paraben, mineral oil and Silicones.

  • Does not contain any artificial color or fragrance.


Cons-

  • None for me.


Will I recommend it ?

Absolutely yes!! It's an amazing leave-in hair serum for normal or dry damaged hair.


Hope you found this post helpful.

Thank you for reading.

Take care.


Purchase link- Ozone Signature Leave In Hair Serum

Use coupon code POONAMWOIKE for 10% off.


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