Product Review: Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition

Recently I got the chance to try out the Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil.  This product is unique in that it can be used for your hair, body and/or face.  Not only does Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil leave you with silky hair, a hydrated face and supple skin, but it saves you time, money and energy.

  • Blends weightless olive, avocado and shea oils to transform dry hair and skin with one miracle product.
  • Made for everyday use on hair, body and face
  • Instantly absorbs in a touch with no oily residue
  • Can be used on damp or dry hair
  • Available for a suggested price of $5.99 at grovery and drug stores and mass retailers like Target and Walmart
Ooh-la-la olive oil
Olive oil moisturizes, protects and replenishes your dry hair, improving its strength and elasticity. Your face and body benefit from antioxidants that help protect against skin damage.
Avocado oil gives that glow
Loaded with Vitamin E, avocado oil protects against dryness while locking in color and moisture to keep your hair looking radiant and silky soft. The oil’s natural hydrating abilities promote soft and supple skin, too.
Shine-boosting shea oil
Known for having unique healing properties, shea oil rejuvenates damaged hair and leaves it with a healthy shine. It’s also a great moisturizer that helps improve elasticity in skin.

I liked the idea that this product was multi use – I was happy with the results I got from using the product on my face and skin, but was not as happy with the result when I put it in my hair. For your face it is recommended that you spray it on your hands and rub it in to your face, which is what I did.  My hands did end up a little bit oily, probably because there was too much on them to really absorb it once the application was done with, but that didn’t really bother me too much.  For use in your hair, it is recommended to spray it.  After using the oils on my hands, I had a lot of trouble gripping the bottle and after I sprayed it, it left an oily residue all over the bathroom counter and my mirror.  I thought it might go away, but it was still there the next morning and needed to be cleaned up.

As a bzzagent I got this product for free to try it out and to say what I thought about it. I was not otherwise compensated.

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