Review: Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil for Hair, Body amp Face

4 years ago

I received this bottle of Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil for Hair, Body & Face for reviewing purposes. I admit from the moment I received my campaign invitation I was duly excited! Oils are so good for your skin and hair and to have a product that can be used in multiple fashions? Score! Upon receipt I decided to play it safe and use it first on my body before I ventured into my face OR my hair. After trying it, I have to say I am VERY glad I went that route before trying this anywhere other than my arms and hands. PACKAGING & PRICE The product is packaged in a yellow and green plastic squirt bottle which contains 5 fl oz of product. The bottle is very sleek and slim which provides easy storing capabilities. The squirt bottle seems to hold up well, even when dispensing the oil I have not had any problems with the oil leaking or dribbling out of the bottle after dispensing. The price ranges store to store but can be found anywhere between $4.79-5.99. PRODUCT The product is a clear or it may have a tinge of yellowness to it (its hard to tell due to packaging). It has a slight citrus scent to it, but its very mellow and not even relatively overpowering. According to the bottle it has 3 nutritive fruit oils: olive, avocado and shea. It is geared towards being a multi-use oil for hair, body and face which is rapidly absorbing to treat dryness for healthy looking hair and skin. While I feel it was rapidly absorbing (meaning it doesnt take long for it to absorb into the skin you are left with an oily substance on your skin (and possibly even in your hair). Because of this I would suggest, if you are looking for a multi-use oil, use this product at night and gingerly wash it off your skin and out of your hair the next morning. Otherwise you may look like a greasy, shiny mess if you go out with it on. PURCHASING The Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition can be purchased at almost all major retailers that sell Garnier items: CVS, Walgreens, Target, and Wal-Mart. It can also be found on websites such as,,,, etc. OVERALL Due to the natural oily residue I found this left on my skin I would not recommend this to anyone (who like myself) does not like a greasy/oily residue on their skin after applying a product. I tend to go for oils and lotions which do the job without me feeling like I have to wipe my hand/skin down on a towel to rid myself of the slimy feeling. The product does absorb quickly into the skin, but I left this almost, silicone like texture to my skin after smoothing it into my skin. It was a little odd. I am big on textures, etc., so it was just uncomfortable feeling for me so I would not recommend this. RATING C Image is mine do not take or use. Thank you.
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