[caption id="attachment_23923" align="aligncenter" width="400"] This hair oil is pure magic. Believe me.[/caption] One of my
laziest most-effective beauty moves is shellacking my hair in
Weleda Rosemary Hair Oil while I whizz through my household chores (read: skim the surface so it's presentable for neighbours/in-laws/ect). Hey, I work on the
Lazy Girls Guide for nothing! What I'm getting at here, is the Weleda makes some seriously powerful products. I leave the oil on for close to an hour (the packaging suggests 40 minutes). To boost the frizz-soothing, glossifying effects, apply a shower cap after you apply the oil. This seals the deal. This month, Weleda is launching some ancillary products to the famed oil: three shampoos, one conditioner and a treatment. According to the brand, "
Hair and grain have many similarities, such as the way they grow, their surface and their structure. Just as cereals can only grow in fertile earth, shiny hair can only grow on a healthy scalp." Seeing as I haven't eaten cereal in over a decade (for realz), I'm intrigued by this. If I can't get my Cinnamon Toast Crunch hit, then I guess I'll take a little millet, oat or wheat for my lid. The products in the lineup are: Oat Replenishing Shampoo ($13.75), Oat Replenishing Conditioner ($13.75), Oat Replenishing Treatment ($16.25), Millet Nourishing Shampoo ($13.75) and Wheat Balancing Shampoo ($13.75). Can you guess which product is giving my beloved oil a run for its money?
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Watch your back, Rosemary Hair Oil. There's a new hair smoother in town.[/caption] Weleda recommends you use this product once or twice a week. How often do you use a hair mask or treatment?