Review: Eco Styler’s NEW Cannabis Sativa Oil CBD Gel And Leave-In Conditioner

No seed products, no stems, no sticks! First things first, I’ll try my far better keep carefully the weed puns to a minimum. I like to keep my reviews blunt, and I’d hate for this one to go up in smoke. Okay. I believe I’m done now. Back in July, I went to BeautyCon LA with my Eden BodyWorks fam again. I got a chance to roam around and scope how many other natural hair brands were in the building, and to my surprise Eco Styler had a booth!

And i quickly noticed the leaf. A triple was done by me take. I actually found out the gel by accident. I visited my local BSS in search of a re-up on the pink Eco Styler (I’ve been playing with it, plus they just have small jars) and saw the leaf AGAIN! I had to have it. That night, I posted both on IG and well – I believe it is the most popular picture I’ve ever submitted.

When I noticed that a lot of you were curious but awaiting my review, I thought it was high time which i start writing. Laws around CBD are murky – while the sticky icky is legal in California, your state may not fully yet be on board. For my west coasters, check your local BSS. For my Greater Los Angeles Area folk, I came across this in Inglewood at C&J Beauty Supply.

Carbomer: Mixture of acrylic acid solution monomers that works as a viscosity managing agent (thickener). Glycerin: Generally vegetable-based humectant that absorbs and retains wetness from the air. PVP: Form filming vinyl fabric polymer used as a hair fixative and binding agent (aka provides hold). It’s a common active component in many gels and styling product formulas. Polysorbate-20: Emulsifier that enables oil and drinking water to mix.

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  • Lubrication. Being a lubricant, emollient provides additional slide or glide over the skin
  • Fills in the deep lines and creases
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It helps product disperse, is a thickener, and stabilizer of essential oils. Sodium Hydroxy Methyl Glycinate: Preservative, can cause irritation to those with sensitive epidermis/scalp. Note: I’ve not observed any problems with my scalp psoriasis while using Eco Styler Natural Cannabis Sativa Oil Gel. Cannabis Sativa Oil: CBD/Cannabidiol is the non-intoxicating remove from the plants and buds of marijuana plants. Has been proven to reduce swelling and oxidative stress while demonstrating the to treat pores and skin conditions like eczema and acne. CBD essential oil is also rich in nutrients that help protect and improve skin and soothe itchy scalp. It looks and feels almost identical to the JBCO gel – but works better in my opinion.

Eco Styler gels tend to contain hydrolyzed wheat proteins however – this gel is in fact protein free! Not sure. Consult your local Curly Girl Method fanatic for details. This ain’t ya girl’s first rodeo with CBD essential oil – and it will not be my last. Some time ago once i was trying to take care of a pesky shoulder damage, I rubbed a CBD-infused salve across the joint.

That aside, I was anxious to understand this stuff onto my HAIR and let me tell you – I’m still on a high. I did my usual clean and go with the Natural Cannabis Sativa Oil Leave-In Conditioner and gel – and the results actually speak for themselves. I truthfully think this may be Eco Styler’s best gel to day.

My hair is multi-textured and loves to action a fool. The back half, I could put anything onto it and it’ll look great. The crown and front, not so much. I practically have to wrestle with it to avoid it frizzing on site. I’ve been trying to find an inexpensive solution – a gel that isn’t too strong on my back again half, while whipping leading into form. Something softer than my go-to Argan Oil Eco, however, not by much.