Skinsicles Sea Mist Texturizing Sea Salt Spray
Bought for: Free | SRP: P180
Claim: Rock those beach waves even during the rainy season with this sea mist. Hair texture spray infused with Dead Sea Salt and Lavender EO
I am not the type of person who is fond of applying hair care products, aside from shampoos and conditioners, onto my mane because I'm afraid I'll just get hair problems like dryness and dandruff. When skinsicles send this sea mist to me, I'm both hesitant and excited in trying it out since it would only be my second time using an organic texturizing sea salt spray. Anyway, if you want to know my thoughts about it, please keep on reading and promise, it won't take too much!
The packaging is very simple--product is housed in a spray bottle but I love that the bottle feels sturdy and given it's size, I would definitely bring this to more summer adventures especially now that I want that extra beach vibes. The spray is the problem though because it dispenses not fine but huge drops of sea mist so it's only either you wet your hair (if sprayed too close to the hairline) or waste those drops (if sprayed too far).
The product contains 100ml of product inside and based on my mental calculations (what!!!), it lasted me more or less than a month before I squeezed my last. Still, I think P180 is quite affordable for the amount that you will get a spray.
The scent of this product is very subtle--neither plain nor too overwhelming and just like most mists, it comes in a clear form like water.
What I like about this is that it does not dry and end up with greasy or sticky residues on my hair. In fact, it makes my hair feel lightweight and touches like a beach hair. I just can't say that it is a texturizing spray or even volumizing spray because it does not really do much of those unless you really sprayed a lot (still, the effect would be so subtle).
Right now, I became so intrigued with hair care products even more, especially hair mists that I am really looking forward to trying out other variants from different brands!
Have you tried Skinsicles Sea Mist Texturizing Sea Salt Spray already? Any thoughts? Happy blogging!