Aside from shampoo, conditioner, and the occasional leave-in moisturizing treatment, I don’t put many products in my hair. After smelling John Masters Bourbon Vanilla & Tangerine Hair Texturizer, though, I knew that I had to at least try it. I had pretty high expectations after using and loving John Masters Organics shampoo and conditioner.
Ingredients (provided at johnmasters.com)-“Ricinus communis (castor seed) oil, glycerin, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter,* sorbitol, panthenol, vanilla planifolia (bourbon vanilla) fruit oil,* citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) flower oil,* citrus reticulata (tangerine) peel oil,* citrus grandis (grapefruit) peel oil,* tocopherol (vitamin E), ascorbyl palmitate (vitamin C), ascorbic acid, phytic acid
* NOP Certified Organic”
While I couldn’t find this product on the Cosmetic Safety Database, none of its ingredients are above a two…so I guess that’s a good thing.
Product Description (also provided at johnmasters.com)- “This extra-strength hair texturizer is perfect for shaping hair into any desired style, from the “bed-head” look to smooth and silky. Castor oil, glycerin and 5 certified-organic oils add incredible shine and texture. Safe for color-treated hair.”
Price– $21.00 for a 2 oz jar
Performance– This product does exactly what it advertises. It gives my hair texture. I just apply a pea-sized amount to wet or dry hair. I also feel like this product makes my hair a little wavier than it ordinarily is, which is a nice change.
Scent– The scent of this product is my favorite thing about it. It smells like an Orange Creamsicle. How dreamy is that?!
Rating– It’s a little pricey, and for that I subtracted 2 points. Otherwise, I’m a big fan of this product. It definitely deserves an 8.
Click the link to get your own jar of John Masters Bourbon Vanilla & Tangerine Hair Texturizer.