Cult Favorite: Verb Ghost Oil

Happy to announce that after a few months of testing some products from Verb, I am now a part of #verbfriends! As an affiliate, you can shop at my link verb.best/skinwhims and I get a small percentage. If it’s your first purchase at verb, you can get 16% off. I rarely join affiliate programs but I’ve had such a good experience with Verb products that’s why I decided to work with them.

I’m going to be sharing my experience on some of their products and I’m here to start with the Ghost Oil. This hair oil promises to be a vanishing daily restorative oil that revitalizes hair from roots to ends leaving all hair types smooth and shiny. It contains bamboo extract to strengthen the hair follicle and retain moisture, hydrolyzed soy protein to lock in moisture, and moringa seed oil to moisturize, detangle, and smooth the hair. This product is also paraben-free, gluten-free, and cruelty-free.

As you know, my hair is much more sensitive than my face and introducing new products is always an icy territory. My hair is very frank, you’ll know it a few hours if she hates you or she loves you. My hair apparently loves the Ghost Oil.

The gel texture melts into a thin viscous oil that sinks into my strands almost as soon as they touch. It feels lightweight and almost disappears into the strands of my hair, acting as a fast absorbing serum. There is no heavy or sticky feeling when I apply this, making it easy to apply and reapply. No rinsing and wiping needed. It also doesn’t weigh my hair down or make it too frizzy. It doesn’t make my scalp feel too tight or too oily. It’s just right. It seems so easy but trust me, my hair reacts faster than my skin. It just leaves my hair looking healthy and feeling soft. I use this every day before I use my styling products for smoother and easier styling or if I wear my hair down as this helps keep the frizz at bay.

I honestly feel like for the cost, this gives so much more for my hair.

Verb Ghost Oil was provided by @verb. Available for $16

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