There are many excellent hair care products that deal with the frizzies. The problem is, these products contain oils and other emollient ingredients that easily leak from containers, and leave one’s hands coated in excess product. This can be a real hassle when on the go.
But having to deal with frizzy hair while on the go is a common problem. Say, after an intense day of snowboarding, you’re ready to hit the lodge to meet friends for drinks and dinner. You don’t want to have to detour first, because you’re starving, but you feel the need to deal with your frizzy beanie-hat hair.
Now, you don’t have to veer from your direct path, or carry yet another bottle of product in your pack, gym bag or purse, just to fiddle with frizzy hair. Ouai has expanded upon the popular paper-mask facial concept. They offer a genius wet-wipe towelette designed to quickly and easily calm frizzy hair on the go.
Ouai Anti-Frizz Hair Sheets are sold in a box of 15 individually sealed foil packets. Toss one or two into your handbag, evening bag, pocket, wallet, desk drawer, car glove compartment, beach tote, or wherever you might need one. To use, simply tear open the packet, remove the towelette, and wipe it over your hair. Brush or massage in as needed. Then simply toss the used towelette. No muss, no fuss.
Users rave about the ease, effectiveness, quality and wonderful scent of these de-frizzing hair sheets. Even better, Ouai doesn’t test products on animals, and these sheets are free of parabens and sodium chloride. The sheets are made with hemp paper, a superior quality and
environmentally smart renewable resource. They feature coconut oil and shea butter, two proven players in quality skin and hair care. (Other ingredients include: Isopropyl Isostearate, Polysorbate 20, Fragrance, Steardimonium Hydroxypropyl Panthenyl PEG7 Dimethicone Phosphate Chloride, Benzyl Salicylate, and Hexyl Cinnamal).
On the Ouai website, you can even set up a delivery schedule of your choosing, so you don’t have to worry about running out of these handy haircare packets.
I want to point out something else cool about this product. You don’t have to limit its usefulness to your hair. In a static-riddled office, you can dab one of these sheets on your body or inside your clothing to deal with apparel that wants to cling where it shouldn’t. Of course, be careful with fabric that might suffer an indelible stain, but only the slightest amount applied to your skin or undergarments, should do the trick.
Post by Dani Draig