QuickSilverHair Oil


Softens, Hydrates, and Tames those Grays

QuickSilverHair Oil was designed to go a long way. You only need a couple of drops to tame the fly-aways, and frizz.

We all suffer from some crazy hair when we ditch the dye.  Some of us have super fine fragile hair while some of us silvers have coarse dry and wiry hair.

You will love this oil for your hair and skin read more in this post: What’s in QuickSilverHair Oil and Its Uses

One 2 oz Bottle

Which Oil Do You Choose?

Get the QuickSilverHair Clay & Oil Kit Here

Made in USA of U.S. and imported ingredients and components.

READ MORE BELOW (ingredients and instructions)


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QuickSilverHair Oil Ingredients:

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Argania Spinosa Kernel (Argan) Oil*, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil*, & Essential Oils. *Certified Organic Oils

To read more details on the oil ingredients and why I chose them check out this blog post.

QuickSilverHair Oil Instructions:

  • Use a 3-4 or more pumps in the clay mask.
  • Use a couple of pumps on dry ends. Especially good for ends with color still on them.
  • Use a few drops on fly-aways and for frizz.
  • Coat your hair with a mix of coconut oil and 5-10 pumps of oil, wrap your head in a warm damp towel before you shower for about ten to twenty minutes for a hot oil treatment. Wash out with shampoo or co-wash, and lightly condition if needed.
  • You can also use the oil on your skin or for scalp massage.

See Before and Afters Here

Remember a little goes a long way; it will be greasy if you use an excessive amount.

 **Gotta include the legal disclaimers here: 

  • I make no guarantee that the clay will whiten your hair; this is an all-natural product and contains no stripping or bleaching agents. Please use as instructed.
  • If you have any known allergies, please test either product on a small patch of skin for 24 hours before you use on your entire head.
  • Should you have a reaction, in any way, please discontinue use.

Do you have more questions? Check out the FAQ’s page.




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