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Quick Pick Tuesday: label.m Therapy Age-Defying Radiance Oil

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label.m Therapy Age-Defying Radiance Oil

I’ve mentioned in a few recent posts how much I’ve been loving a hair oil I’ve been using for the last 6 weeks or so and it’s this one: label.m Therapy Age-Defying Radiance Oil*.  It’s the first hair oil designed to treat the signs of ageing on hair; obviously I can’t vouch for this statement as I wouldn’t say my hair is particularly aged, but what I can say is that it ticks all the boxes for me with regards to being the perfect hair oil.

Used with straighteners.

Used with straighteners.

I have fairly fine hair (although quite a bit of it) and I’ve found that two pumps of this is more than enough to completely cover my hair without a trace of grease.  It’s a multi-use product that works as both a pre-dry and post-dry treatment whilst also cutting down on drying time.

Used with tongs.

Used with tongs.

For me, the biggest difference is how soft and manageable my hair feels once dry.  It just feels like it’s had a really indulgent deep conditioning treatment that you’d struggle to find outside a salon.  It also smells amazingly good (kind of fruity without that typically plastic/synthetic scent that often goes hand-in-hand with fruit scents) and leaves hair looking ridiculously shiny.  Both pictures I’ve included are after using hot-stylers, but my straight hair looks great when rough-dried or air-dried after using a couple of drops of this.  I therefore really recommend trying this if you’re a fan of Moroccanoil and the like but want something that smells a lot nicer and feels lighter on the hair, this is the oil for you.  Available now for £25.50 from label.m and Toni & Guy salons.

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Beauty Geek blog. I'm Sascha, a 31 year old beauty obsessive and here you will find 90% beauty, 6% baby (regarding my son Teddy), 3% a bit of everything else and 2% bad maths. I'm a London-based geek who is all about the research; I love reading and writing about everything beauty with a special interest in skincare and treating problem skin types. I'm part of Handpicked Media, Mumsnet Bloggers Network and Gorkana's Blogger Influencer List.
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