Oleum Vera: DIY Organic Hair Treatment Kit Review

Oleum Vera: DIY Organic Hair Treatment Review + Giveaway

Since my hair had sustained a fair amount of abuse over the years, I am on a constant search for the products that will restore my hair to its younger days. When I learned that I could combine my love of DIY with hair care I was immediately interested. I received a Oleum Vera: DIY Organic Hair Treatment to give my hair some treatment love.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Oleum Vera/MMTUM, Inc.. This post may have affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

The Oleum Vera: DIY Organic Hair Treatment contains enough kits to make up to 6 hair care treatments. 

  • Organic Amla Oil –  Is highly useful in organic hair care since the amla oil penetrates the scalp and strengthens hair follicles with its high essential fatty acid content. It is also a key organic ingredient in treatments for dandruff or a dry scalp
  • Organic Jojoba Oil – Organic jojoba oil closely mimics the natural oil we produce on our skin, and actually reduces greasiness while still providing moisture and lustre to our hair without clogging pores.
  • Organic Pomegranate Seed Oil –This natural and nutritious oil revitalizes and strengthens damaged hair by protecting against harsh chemicals and environmental damage.

Also included is a bottle to hold your  DIY Organic Hair Treatment’s. 

The process is simple and begins when you chose from the dozens of beauty recipes for hair treatments.

Following the instructions, blend together the organic ingredients and oils with simple items from your kitchen according to the recipe.

Once completed you can enjoy your fresh, all-natural hair treatment that you made.

I love the idea of being able to make my own kit and with Oleum Vera the options are endless. Want to do some DIY for your hair, get a Oleum Vera DIY Kit.

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GIVEAWAY: Oleum Vera is giving one DIY Hair Treatment Kit to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (1) DIY Organic Hair Treatment that will include lets you create six customizable treatments – This is a $24.95 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on January 2nd (1/2/2018) to receive this DIY Hair Kit! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Oleum Vera/MMMTUM, Inc.. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win a Oleum Vera DIY Organic Hair Treatment Kit

42 thoughts on “Oleum Vera: DIY Organic Hair Treatment Kit Review

  1. jenny

    I use castor oil and peppermint in my hair once a week to keep it thick, shiny and healthy!

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  3. Jen D

    I don’t think I can call it homemade, but I used to put mayo in my hair, cover it with plastic wrap, and then shampoo well after 25 minutes – it made my hair lustrous.

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  4. Darcy L Koch

    The closest thing to a hommade hair treatment I tried is putting mayo on my hair.

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  5. MeMe R

    Yes, I have made my own homemade shampoo, body oil, lotion, and conditioner for years now.

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  7. Ryan Schenk

    No I have never used a homemade hair treatment and the reason is that I am a poor craftsmen in this type of thing but I love it!

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  9. MelodyJ

    Yes, every once and a while I’ll make a body scrub, face mask or hair pre-treatment.

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  10. Annamarie Voss

    I have never tried a homemade hair care product before but there was a shampoo and conditioner product that I loved because you could customize it.

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  11. Margot C

    I have tried several different ones, recipes on the net and products like this taht are per measured. I love stuff like this!

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  12. slehan

    Yes. At different times I’ve used honey and mayonnaise and vinegar.
    Thanks for the contest.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  13. Peggy Rydzewski

    When I was younger it was going around to put mayo on your hair and yes I did that !!!

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  14. Michelle Catallo

    Well, I have done the ACV route a handful of times to reset the pHb or my scalp and made hair gel for my kids; many lessons were learned on the gel one…………

    Reply

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