Olive & Tebe - Extra Virgin Olive Oil Shampoo & Conditioner from theSkintopic (Review)

Mar 12, 2014

 

 

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Olla ladies, today I would like to share with you about this Olive & Tebe range by theSkintopic. When I said olive what come to your mind? Do you know that the olive oil was first found in Asia almost 3000 years back? Olive oil have numerous benefits but today let’s focus on what it can do for your hair.

The fatty acids that olive oil is made up of will coat the shaft of your hair, helping to keep it healthy and protected. Using hair dye, flat irons and even using hair dryers can damage the outer layer of your hair. I am wearing Hijab but I do dye my hair sometime and blow it dry most of the time at home. The this is Olive oil will coat the damaged outer layers of your hair, giving them a sleeker, smoother, and healthier appearance.

This is not a new information but hair care products are full of chemicals, which actually can damage your hair more in the long run. Using a high quality olive oil especially the virgin olive oil as a hair treatment will give your hair back its health appearance, naturally. By using a high quality olive oil means that you will be using olive oil that is pure, with no impurities, which is the best that your hair deserves.

It is always good to incorporate natural goodness into product. When it comes in a bottle it is easier to use. Especially now that I am heavily pregnant, I am extra cautious on what product I choose to use.

Have you ever looked at the back of any bottle of conditioner or shampoo? There are ingredients that you cannot pronounce let alone identify. We are exposed to enough chemicals daily and we just increase our exposure to them when using conditioners and hair care products. Which is why I am very happy when I found out that this Olive & Tebe range from theSkintopic are not tested on animals, free from mineral oils, parabens, no artificial colourant, no silicones and no animal products.

As for personal experience using the product, I like the fact that it makes my hair felt smooth and airy. It does provide quite handsome amount of foams. That my favourite part of using shampoo. I need it to foam and felt insecure if it does not give me bubbles. The smell is very natural, not to strong and very greenish.. I am not good at describing smell but this range reminds me of the smell of leaves once the rain stop. Do you know that smell?? Yes, it smell just like that.

I must say the packaging is not something that I would normally go for. I have to be honest here, I have this issue of tendency to go for cute packaging and stuff but now I have to be more careful. I need to take time to really check beyond the packaging.

As for the price range shampoo costing RM101 for 250ml and the conditioner cost RM 101 for 150ml. For more info do check out their website and their flagship store.

 

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www.theskintopic.com.my

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

Lot P5.12.00, Level 5

168 Jalan Bukit Bintang

55100 Kuala Lumpur

Phone: +603-2142 9988

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Hartamas Shopping Centre

PF3, First Floor

No. 60, Jalan Sri Hartamas 1

Sri Hartamas

50480 Kuala Lumpur

Phone: +603-6205 8828

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Avenue K

C-16A, Concourse Floor

156 Jalan Ampang

50450 Kuala Lumpur

Phone: +603-2166 9988

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Subang Parade

Lot LGC01, Lower Ground Floor

No 5 Jalan SS16/1

47500 Subang Jaya

Phone: +603-5638 2988

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The Curve

K-G8-W Ground Floor

No.6 Jalan PJU 7/3

Mutiara Damansara

47810 Petaling Jaya

Phone: +603-7722 2213

 

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* I am not paid to write this review. Product courtesy by theSkintopic and TheButterfly Project . As usual, I will test and review products or services regardless of whether they have been sent to me or not with honesty. Unless stated so in the post or marked with an asterisk, all products featured on this blog have been bought with my own hard-earned pennies. I started this blog to give my two pennies worth of thought and have fun along the way and that is exactly how this blog shall remain.

8 comments:

  1. I will always think twice when it comes to the price of the shampoo >.<

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    1. quite steep in term of prize range.. would agree about that :) but again it is a quality product <3

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  2. I like your honesty especially the last disclaimer. Malaysian's need more people like you. Genuine. The brand will be happy to know that you wrote it out. :) Interesting. Thank you for postings the pictures too. :)

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    1. thank you for the kind support Wen Wen :) will try me very best to improve from time to time <3

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  4. Theskintopic ni mcm suddenly gone je i called everywhere tak dapat. Checked on the shop in pavi pun dah takde. I'm using the oil tebe baby products for my kids 😭 do u know if it's still available in malaysia? Tq tqq

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  5. awwww... too pricey for me. may b i can use setitis je every time. hahahhaa

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