What It DoesIt's made with a unique blend of silk proteins and nutrient-rich oils to continuously nourish, smooth and soften dry hair as it locks out humidity and seals in shine.
What It IsA lightweight gel-oil hybrid that hydrates and defines curls for manageable, frizz-free styling.
What Else You Need to KnowThe fragrance is Rue St. Honoré—a French-inspired fragrance with seductive notes of violet, gardenia, ylang ylang, and white musk for a sophisticated and feminine floral fragrance. This product is not tested on animals.
PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
Hydrogenated Castor Oil
Soothing, Hydrating, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil
Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant, Fungal Acne
the ouai ✨ I’ve tried the curl jelly a few times and love how it’s a gel-oil hybrid that it works great to hydrate my waves! I also tried the treatment masque yesterday which blew me away bc it nourished my hair so deeply! also I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about the rose hair + body oil but I kid you not I’ve been using it every day on my arms and legs bc the scent is not too overpowering, the moisture and glow it gives is wonderful, and I love that you’re able to multitask and use it on both your hair and body! so far I’m so impressed with the products I’ve tried and next on my wish list is definitely their popular scrub, as well as the wave spray and their other foam/spray products to help enhance and hold my natural waves! 🙌🏽
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