Essential CC Oil & Night Care Milk


Days when you wake up and your hair is in tangles.
You look awful and you feel your stress-levels mounting at the start of yet another bad hair.

All thanks to The Evil Hair Stress Brothers! 
These evil imp brothers - Brzen Blow-Drying Stress, Cruel Combing Stress, Spiteful Split Ends Stress, Despicable Dryness Stress ad Badass Breakage Stress are they key culprits why you are in this tangly bad hair day mess. Their key purpose in life is to stress out your hair and make your hair look like theirs. 

Let's see what makes them tick:

Brazen Blow-Drying Stress 
(Heat damage/friction from blow drying)
The process of blow-drying removes moisture from the hair, both outside and inside the hair - leaving hair dry, brittle and susceptible for further damage. 

Cruel Combing Stress 
(Friction to the hair cuticles due to daily combing)

Combing through wet hair causes great hair damage as the hair follicle is at is most fragile state. Likewise, the friction caused by coming through dry hair can form hair knots which makes hair prone to unnecessary breakage. 

Spiteful Split Ends Stress 
(Fraying of hair shaft due to dry and brittle hair)
The ends of your hair are the oldest and driest parts. When the protective hair cuticle is destroyed at the end of the hair, the hair slits into two or more parts. 

Despicable Dryness Stress 
(Dry hair that feels rough)
Exposure to the sun, wind or even air-conditioning can results in hair dryness. The hair cuticle that protects the hair is weakened and is unable to retain moisture within the cuticles of the hair.

Badass Breakage Stress
Besides daily heat styling, bow drying and brushing, other seemingly harmless actions like tying your hair into a tight ponytail or twirling your hair with your fingers exert excessive stress on your hair, resulting in hair breakage. 

With their powers combined, sadly instead of getting Captain Planet, you get awful damaged, tangled and really bad hair. 

So arm yourself with the new and improved Essential Leave-On-Treament that protects you from these evil Hair Stress Brothers!

Protect your hair cuticles from the evil Hair Stress Brothers with Essential CC Oil for the day and Night Care Milk at night. 

Essential CC Oil
Non-greasy and invisibly light, the Essential CC (Cuticle Care) Oil coats each strand of hair with a cuticle coat protection to fight the 5 most common forms of hair stresses. The cuticle coat protection leaves hair smooth and tangle-free all day!

Like how CC Cream moisturises, covers blemishes and brightens our skin, the concept of Essential CC Oil is similar. The 1 oil that protects your hair from 5 hair stresses. 

  1. Use on towel-dried or damp hair
  2. Pump an appropriate amount onto palm
  3. Spread and apply evenly onto hair, concentrating on mid-length to the tip of hair
  4. Do not rinse off
I've tried my best to capture the CC Oil that is on my palm but due to the runny consistency, I didn't manage to because it runs all over my palm.  

The word 'oil' kind of turns me off as it brings a dirty un-showered mess to one's look. I've pretty fine hair and most hair oils tend to leave a thick residue on my hair leaving it greasy. But the verdict is, this doesn't weigh down the hair and didn't make my hair look greasy. Love the fact that the CC oil is light thence, my hair doesn't feel greasy and my palm is free from grease. The Essential CC Oil is great in conditioning my hair, just 2 to 3 pumps is sufficient to smoothen my locks. Bid goodbye to frizzy, flyaway hair and hello to sleek, glossy styles.

For optimum results, use after Essential shampoo and conditioner
Retailing at  S$11.90 (60ml) at major supermarkets and personal care stores.

Essential Night Care Milk
The Essential Night Care Milk protects the hair from “Pillow Friction”, intensively repairs and moisturises the hair in the wee hours of the night. Coupled with cuticle coat protection ingredients, its rich yet non- greasy milk formula weightlessly leaves hair smooth and manageable the next morning!

When you toss and turn at night, there is friction between your hair and the pillow, causing the cuticles to be misaligned. Misaligned cuticles creates frizz, resulting in the fabulous lion's mane the next morning. Thus, many women have no choice but to reset the mane by washing the hair and blow dry. And most women would love to more time for their beauty sleep rather than going through this hassle. 

  1. Use on towel-dried or damp hair, or before blow-drying
  2. Can also be used on dry hair
  3. Pump an appropriate amount onto palm
  4. Spread and apply evenly onto hair, concentrating on mid-length to tip of hair
  5. Do not rinse off
First thought that came to my mind after learning about Essential Night Care Milk is that, doesn't this work the same as Essential Sleeping Hair Mask?

Even the texture and consistency is similar to Essential Sleeping Hair Mask. The thick-textured cream has a great fragrance that glides onto my hair easily. Even though the cream looks thick, it's actually not too thick to apply on the hair. After application, it gives my hair instant moisturisation and smoothness. I haven't used it long enough to determine if this is better than the Essential Sleeping Hair Mask but so far, it really works like the sleeping hair mask. It really helps to protect the hair from pillow friction. Look at the results:

Absolutely love how Essential products work on my hair!

For better results, ensure that hair is completely dry before going to bed
Retailing at S$11.90 (100ml) at major supermarkets and personal care stores.

Before I end this post, hop over to Essential's Facebook page and play Essential's Mane Hero Facebook game to win attractive weekly prizes! 

Combat the 5 evil Hair Stress Brothers and Pesky Pillow King by collecting the Essential CC Oil and Night Care Milk!

Fight those pesky hair stresses with the new and improved Essential Leave-On Treatment Range. 
The Essential CC Oil and Essential Night Care Milk promise gorgeous, healthy and manageable hair all day long, even as you sleep peacefully at night. Stay safe and look gorgeous!



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