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badger seabuckthorn hair oil for all hair types

It’s no secret that I’m obsessed with beauty oils.

I preach their skin-healing powers on a regular basis, but one thing I haven’t been vocal enough about is just how amazing oils are for your hair and scalp.

Though I have mentioned one nourishing hair treatment oil on the blog before, many of you called me out for gushing over a $26 per ounce hair oil.

Fair enough.

Today, however, I’m thrilled to talk up a $9.50 per ounce hair oil that’s certified organic, cruelty-free, sustainably packaged and, well, awesome: Badger Seabuckthorn Hair Oil For All Hair Types.

badger seabuckthorn hair oil for all hair types

{Badger sent me a sample of its Seabuckthorn Hair Oil to review. It retails for $18.99.}

As much as it’s demonized, oil is a key component of healthy skin and hair. While I’ve embraced this in my skincare, I will admit that I’m not that great about washing my hair on an every-other-day basis (I’m naturally very oily).

To help counter my daily washing habit, I give my hair weekly oil treatments to restore moisture and luster and temporarily seal split ends.

I’ve been accustomed to using my fancy-schmancy treatment, as well as pure coconut oil, but I’m also absolutely in love with Badger’s Seabuckthorn Hair Oil because of the powerful blend of plant oils and extracts that deliver vitamins A, B, C, E and K to my hair and scalp.

Before we go any further, let’s cruise through the ingredients:

Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Apricot Oil, Organic Pomegranate Oil, CO2 Extracts of Organic Seabuckthorn and Organic Rosehip, Essential Oils of Organic Lavender, Organic Sweet Orange, Organic Rose Geranium, Sunflower Vitamin E.

One word: Legit.

Here’s what all that organic goodness is doing for your hair during an overnight treatment:

Jojoba Oil: Rich in Vitamin B Complex and Vitamin E, this favorite oil of mine conditions the hair and scalp while balancing oil production (similar to what it does for your skin).

Seabuckthorn Oil: This precious oil contains an alphabet of vitamins — A, B, C, E and K — and protects cells from oxidative damage while aiding in collagen production.

Apricot Oil: Another favorite body oil, apricot oil penetrates the cuticle to drench hair in vitamins A, C and E.

Pomegranate Oil: An antioxidant powerhouse, pomegranate oil strengthens hair and promotes regeneration with vitamins B and C.

Sunflower Oil: You can’t go wrong with this lightweight carrier oil. It’s rich in essential fatty acids.

If you’re on the drier/more-damaged end of the hair spectrum, you can also check out Badger’s Argan Hair Oil or its Jojoba Hair Oil.

Ever tried hair oils? What do you think of them? Do you have a favorite Badger product? Tell me your thoughts in the comments section!


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  • Brianna

    Looks like a great product, thanks for the review! I’ll add it to my list, I’m currently using pro naturals moroccan argan oil, it’s another great hair oil!

    • @brianna let me know how you like it! xoxo