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Beauty Junkies everywhere have wanted a product that does it all.

Beauty Junkies everywhere have wanted a product that does it all and costs a single digit.

(No not your finger ! Digit as in a single digit number. Good Lord !)

Beauty Junkies Everywhere need to hear this story.

The Ellin Lavar Nourishing Oil that costs $8 and is safely placed in the hair care aisle of your local CVS is what beauty junkies everywhere have longed for. It really does it all !


I have used it as a night time eye and face moisturizer. It is a dry oil; so on a regular dry face day I could totally do it during the day as well ! After rubbing it all over my face, I rub the rest onto my rock hard cuticles. I spray it onto certain dry spots on my scalp. And after I do a heavy eye look on one of my eyes (just for the blog), I take it all off with a squirt of this oil.

I still haven't tested the theory but I get the feeling it will polish tiles and sparkle sinks as well !

That stick figure is me. I plan to be that size by New Year's with regular workouts of once a week and eating carbs only three times a day.

The product is sold solely as oil for the scalp. Now why would they do that ! It does so much more !!! I wrote to the folks at Ellin Lavar and they confirmed its innate abilities to be a super oil. Take my expert non-expert opinion on this, it really does all of the above.

That being said, before I engage in the process of pumping the oil out I take in a long breath and let it out slowly with the words " Om....." You really need all that clarity of mind to gather the patience to get the pump working.

Its called pumping science. You place the bottle horizontally and pump a couple of times. Then place the nozzle against your palm at a 45 degree angle and continue pumping until the oil oozes out. I hope Ellin Lavar gets this taken care of. I don't have many Om's left in me.

Love,
Indian Girl

7 comments

preeti said... @ November 25, 2009 at 8:25 AM

I am going to definitely check out this product, but more than that, the way you wrote made me smile.. :-)

josie said... @ November 25, 2009 at 10:01 AM

LOL @ there is not much om left in me...HAHHA

An Indian's Makeup Blog ! said... @ November 25, 2009 at 12:07 PM

Hi Preeti !

A friend once told me I should never spend $$ on hair products because generally I have fairly good hair. So, I'm always on the hunt for good but cheap products as far as hair goes ! Lemme know if you try. I wanna discuss it with someone else !

An Indian's Makeup Blog ! said... @ November 25, 2009 at 12:07 PM

Hi Josie !

Its a big pain, I tell ya. With age I feel like my patience has increased but I don't wanna use it all up over oil ! LOL !

Husha said... @ November 25, 2009 at 4:25 PM

Not surprising seeing as most oils get good reviews as skincare products too..coconut oil, rosehip, olive, etc.

Divija Reddy said... @ November 25, 2009 at 6:27 PM

quite an observation:) informative, but do we get these in UK?

foodie said... @ November 26, 2009 at 8:55 AM

Another oil that is great for dry skin is jojoba oil.

Off-topic, but can you do a post on products that get rid of scars and whiteheads? I'm hoping The Body Shop's Tea Tree Oil will help with the current and future acne, but I'm still worried about scars and whiteheads.

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