Thursday, May 23, 2013

Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil

You know that a product is special when you finish a generous sample and instantly order the full size, pondering getting a crate full of the stuff. I was good and only bought one bottle for now, but I must tell you: Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil makes my hair look and feel incredible. It also smells heavenly.

Many of you probably know Aroma M for the Geisha perfumes. Geisha Noire is on my short list of favorite perfumes and I'm in awe of the creativity and work of Maria McElroy. She has now added a face oil (review coming soon) and this Camellia Hair Oil that nourishes, softens, and leaves and incredible shine-- I have other excellent oils, but none makes my hair this shiny. The difference is very noticeable.

Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil is all-natural and uses organic essential oils (tuberose and rosemary, jasmine, and frankincense) and organic cold pressed oils of the best kind: camellia oil, argan oil, and jojoba oil. I apply to slightly damp hair, re-wrap my hair in a towel for a few more minutes and allow the oil to do its thing. No need to rinse. I also add a drop or two before styling (or rather what stands for styling in my case) and to tame frizz.

Ingredients: Organic Camellia Seed Oil,Organic Virgin Argan Oil, Organic Golden Jojoba Oil, Organic Rosemary Oil, Tuberose Oil.

Aroma M Camellia Hair Oil ($65, 1.6oz) is available from Luckyscent and directly from Aroma M website: (copy and paste the address, since it's a bit hard to find on the site). The original sample for this review was sent to me free of charge.


  1. I love this product, and the face oil, too. Not every brand is able to branch out so beautifully from fragrance to skincare!

  2. This sounds wonderful- Before I even finished your post I went to the Aroma M site and was immediatly wanting a sample of Noir. Came back to your post only to see its calling your name as well! We seem to have very similar tastes in perfumes and almost every sample I have purchased at your recommendation has been right up my alley! Thanks for the great post, I love learning about these small indepedent perfumers and I much prefer to patronize them versus big corporation perfume houses.
    Ramona =)


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