Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Dessange VoxBox

My latest VoxBox from Influenster contained the Oleo Miracle Treatment Collection from DESSANGE Paris. The collection includes a replenishing shampoo, conditioner, and oil. I was super excited to try these full size products and have enough to truly see if they lived up to their claims!
The smell was the first thing I noticed, it is quite strong and the description says it has notes of orange, gardenia petals and sandalwood. It reminds me of incense and the Holy Land, so it’s probably the sandalwood I’m noticing the most.
The replenishing shampoo is runnier than my other shampoo, but it seems to do the job well. Described as “DESSANGE's first shampoo infused with micro-drops of precious oils, the lightweight formula offers supreme nourishment to hair without weighing it down.” I would agree that it does weigh down my hair and does leave it feeling nourished.

The replenishing condition is creamy and claims “shine-boosting conditioner repairs the external layer of the hair's fiber for healthier, restored strand”. My hair feels soft and manageable.

The last step is the replenishing oil. Now I was a bit confused as to when/how I should use this. It doesn’t say anything about applying it to wet or dry hair. It does state that it is a leave-in treatment that nourishes dry damaged hair without leaving a greasy residue. I always use a leave in conditioner but have never tried an oil because I was afraid that it would weigh down my hair or make it greasy. I use one pump on my wet hair and only put it on the bottom half of my hair.

I’m very pleased that my hair hasn't lost volume and isn't greasy since all three products have the natural oils: Argan Oil, Camelia Oil, and Pracaxi Oil. The information I received doesn't have prices listed, so I’m not sure how much they cost. I would recommend these products to anyone that wants well-nourished hair. I will definitely continue to use these products as I have not seen any ill effects.

 "I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes."