Lotion is so 2010….
Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil combines shea, olive, and avocado oils together to create a multipurpose oil that can be used on the hair, body, and face. The scent is bright, citrusy and light. No specific fragrance comes to mind, but it would work well as a moisturizer paired with a perfume that’s high on citrus.
Garnier is packaged in a 5 ounce spray bottle. I mentioned this oil in my Caudalie review, because it sprays out the best out of the three oils that I have used, making for quicker and easier use. It sprays evenly and wide, covering more area and it does not run down.
At the present time (and not for much longer) my hair is natural. I used it to hydrate my hair before bed and when I wake up. The oil is very light and non greasy. It absorbs quickly, so feel free to spray it on, rub it in, and rest your head on the back of a couch without leaving a grease stain.
(If you don’t know where this photo came from, we can never be friends.)
Miracle Dry oil will give you a sexy glow for the summer! It absorbs quickly, leave the skin moisturized with a non-greasy feel.
On my face it’s not very beneficial in my opinion, but it didn’t harm my face either. It absorbed worst on my face than anywhere else. It just sat there. No breakout however so I can’t complain. I also didn’t care for the lingering scent on my face.
No matter where you spray this on, you will have moisturized skin or hair for at least eight hours without the need for reapplication.
Compared to Caudalie, Garnier is a blend of contains olive oil, sesame oil, avocado oil, almond oil, apricot oil, shea butter, and orange peel oil combined with the same fillers for a cheaper price. Garnier is not vegan, cruelty free, or all natural, just like the $49 oil. The only thing that makes them different is scent and price, Garnier is $40 cheaper.
Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil retails for $7.99 and is available at CVS, Target, Walmart, and a few other locations that you can find my clicking here.