L’Oreal Paris Elseve Extraordinary Oil

Hair oils seem to very popular these days. When I first saw the L’Oreal Paris Elseve Extraordinary Oil (herein Extraordinary Oil), I felt that it look quite similar to L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil which was launched last year. The difference between the two oils is that L’Oreal Paris Elseve Extraordinary Oil is for consumer use and readily available at supermarkets, pharmacies and departmental stores whereas L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil is for salon use and only available at selected hair salons.


We had a little test to compare the Extraordinary Oil versus other hair oils (Oil B) in the market. We applied both hair oils on our hair and it turns out that Extraordinary Oil gets absorbed really fast while Oil B makes the hair extremely greasy.

The glass packaging gives a very luxury feel, given that it can be found in drugstores. Made from six floral oil extracts, it emits a very pleasant floral scent to enhance the application experience.

The thing about hair oils is that they are very versatile in terms of use as you can use it as a pre-shampoo treatment, a protectant before you use a straightener or curler and even for styling on dry or wet hair to give your hair that glossy finishing.

Bye bye frizzes! I love how the hair oil leaves my hair extremely smooth and easy to manage, especially when I don’t bring a comb around and my hair ends get really dry and tangled easily. Using just one pump, it doesn’t weigh down my hair or make it look too greasy but rather, leaving a healthy looking and glossy shine.

L’Oreal Paris Elseve Extraordinary Oil is available at major supermarkets, pharmacies and departmental stores and retails at S$23.90 for a 100ml bottle.

Ending the post with a lovely view of Marina Bay! :)

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