Scent Profile: Fresh Verbena, Oakmoss & Cabeswater
Scent Category: Fresh, Foresty, Earthy, Clean
Collection: Hair Oils
Product: 50ml amber glass dropper bottle
Based on the dreamy forests of The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater, Greywaren is a fresh woodsy scent with a heart of clean, fresh verbena alongside notes of bright green ferns and deep oakmoss. Alongside the top note hints of fresh rain, there are also hints of a few different essential oils, all meant to help with hair and scalp health, including a smidge of tea tree, lemongrass, and clary sage, for a fresh foresty profile that will leave your hair smelling like you just emerged from a lazy afternoon in Cabeswater and looking as brilliant as you've always....dreamed.
Greywaren is also an excellent scent for someone looking for a beard or facial hair oil!
The base of the hair oil itself is made up of a base of SIX different oils, combined to help your hair in a multitude of ways, no matter your hair type. Consistent use will help your hair soften and shine (and tame dryness and frizzies!) while protecting against breakage and negative environmental factors, while also promoting scalp health. It can also help naturally greasy or oily hair find a healthy baseline by promoting the health of skin and hair follicles. We use a custom blend of argan, golden jojoba, coconut, camellia, grape seed, and rosehip oils for this base, and then add fragrance oils to make your hair care routine as lush and exciting as possible.
If you have any questions about how to use hair oil or if hair oil is right for you, please check out our FAQs!
Contains: argan, golden jojoba, fractionated coconut, camellia, grape seed, and rosehip oils, clary sage essential oil, lemongrass cochin essential oil, tea tree essential oil, fragrance oils.
As with any cosmetic or body product, always patch test a bit of product on a small area of skin. Discontinue use if any reaction occurs.
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