One thing that the lockdown period has made me realize is that my mood is often dependent on how good my hair looks, which is why I have been putting in extra effort to make my hair healthier from within and better groomed on the outside. My shampoo + hair mask routine has evolved significantly over the past few months, and I opt for a slightly more elaborate haircare routine at least once a week. I recently ran out of some of my haircare essentials and replaced them with some products from Deyga. Here is my review of the Deyga Hair Butter and the Deyga Hair Serum, as well as some tips on how to use these if you have fine and frizzy hair like mine.
My Experience with the Deyga Hair Butter
The Deyga Hair Butter is a thick butter that contains Raw Mango Butter, Shea Butter, Virgin Coconut Oil, Castor Oil and Ylang Ylang Essential Oil. The texture is that of a very thick cream but you can scoop it out with your fingers at room temperature. This hair butter can be used as a pre-shampoo mask that you can apply to both your hair and scalp for 30 minutes and then wash off with your shampoo. Here is how I like to use it –
Since I have an oily scalp to begin with, I use the Deyga Hair Butter only on the lengths of my hair and not on the roots or scalp. I scoop out around one and half spoons of the product into my hands and warm it up with my fingers to improve its spreadability. Then I gently massage the now soft product into my hair until it evenly coats the hair. After leaving the product in the hair for around half an hour, I wash it off using my regular shampoo.
Since it is a thick product made out of natural butters and oils, you will need slightly more shampoo than usual to wash off this product. I personally prefer to shampoo and rinse my hair twice to get rid of any residue. If you have normal hair then you can skip using a conditioner or mask after this product because it already detangles and softens the hair. For my dry hair, however, I like to use a conditioner to further reduce any frizziness.
The Deyga Hair Butter truly deep conditions my hair and significantly reduces its frizziness. The hair feels much healthier and smoother after using this product and it adds a nice shine to them too. It does leave a slight slip on the hair, so be careful not to go too overboard with how much product you use. For people with waist-length 1.5 spoons is enough to nourish the hair without weighing them down. Overall, this product is excellent if you have rough, dry, frizzy or damaged hair that need oodles of nourishment for revival.
Price – INR 550 for 100gm.
Deyga Hair Serum
The Deyga Hair Serum, or Liquid Gold as the brand calls it, is a light-weight blend of oils that can be applied to both the hair and the scalp. It contains 100% Organic Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Carrot Seed Oil, Flax Seed Oil, Pumpkin Seed Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil and Vitamin E Oil. The oil has a herbal scent but it does not linger on the hair. Here is how I like to use this hair serum.
How I Use The Deyga Hair Serum
I like to use the Deyga Hair Serum in conjunction with the Deyga Hair Butter. When I apply the hair butter to the lengths of my hair, I apply the Deyga Hair Serum to my scalp and roots because it is much lighter than the butter. I leave it on my hair or scalp for 30 minutes before washing it off with my shampoo. In this time, it manages to soften the hair at the roots and also reduces any irritation on my scalp. It does not leave any oily residue or heaviness on my hair or scalp after using a shampoo. I also like to use a couple of drops of this hair serum on the ends of my hair before blow drying them, so as to prevent frizziness and dryness, and it works really well when used like this too.
Price – INR 750 for 30ml
Overall, I am very happy with both these haircare products from Deyga and am looking forward to trying out more products from their skincare and haircare range in the future. The ingredient list is to the point and effective and the products truly manage to show results from the very first use. If you are in the need of some effective products to pamper your tresses then I will highly recommend the Deyga Hair Butter and Hair Serum to you!
*This post is sponsored by Deyga but all thoughts and opinions are my own